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Clan Bonalb Eoll of honour 

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Clan ©onato Eoll of honour 

1914—1918 



. With 
Short history of the Clan from the time 
of Somerled until the extinction of the 
Clan system after the Rising of 1745 




Published by 
The Clan Donald Roll of Honour Committee 
James MacDonald, K.C., President, Clan Donald Society, Edinburgh. 
John McDonald, J. P., President, The MacDonald Society, Glasgow. 
Dr. James H. MacDonald, Glasgow, Chairman. 
John D. MacDonald, Glasgow, Hon. Secy. 

Printed in Great Britain by 
Archibald Sinclair, "Celtic Press," 27a Cadogan Street, Glasgow. 

1931 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 
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Clan Bonalb 

1914*1918 



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to battle for tbe IRtgbt. 

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price tbe Clan batb paio. B Uoften it is also, bringing price 

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preface 



The Committee entrusted with the production of the Clan " Roll of Honour," 
in presenting their work to the public, feel that they have, at least, done something 
to preserve the record of the Clan in the Great War. 

In limiting the records to the names of those who made the supreme sacrifice 
and of those who gained honours for their services, the members of the Committee 
were influenced, not by their feelings, but by the severely practical aspect of the 
work. 

It would have been a source of great satisfaction to them to have been able to 
place on record the names of all clansfolk who served, but when it is considered 
that there were some 40,000 of these, drawn to every branch of the Service from 
all quarters of the globe, it will be recognised that such a work was beyond the 
resources of voluntary effort. 

It is not, therefore, pretended that the Roll is a complete one. Indeed, a com- 
plete Roll of the Children of Clan Donald who served in the War is well nigh an 
impossibility. One has only to read the works of some of the historians, and 
learn something of the vast ramification of the Clan and its septs, in order to 
realise that without very large financial resources or widespread voluntary effort 
and expert assistance, such a work could not be contemplated. 

No effort has been spared to ensure accuracy within the limits of the Roll. The 
information included under each entry has been given as it appears in the official 
records which, unfortunately, are lacking in details in not a few instances. 
Notwithstanding many precautions, errors and omissions may have occurred, and 
if there should be any such it is hoped they will be forgiven. 

It remains to record the Committee's sincere thanks and gratitude to all those 
Departments and individuals who have placed their resources at its disposal, and 
especially to those clansfolk who contributed financially to the original fund which 
enabled the work to be undertaken. 

James H. MacDonald, 
Chairman of Committee. 



Jjtstorical Jforetoorb 



Part One 

In preserving- for all time a record of Clansmen of Clan Donald who gave their 
lives for their Country in the Great European War and of those whose distinguished 
services were rewarded by honours bestowed upon them, it is appropriate that some 
notice should be taken of the traditions to which they were heir and which, no 
doubt unconsciously in many instances, inspired their valour. 

The Clan system with its internal feuds, and continual struggle for existence, 
formed an excellent school of Military Training, and from the earliest period of its 
history the Clan Donald had many distinguished warriors at its head and in the 
ranks. The Clan derives its origin from very ancient sources, and its history, from 
Conn of the Hundred Battles and Colla Uais down to Somerled of the Isles, whose 
military genius wrested the Isles from their Scandinavian conquerors and restored 
the Celtic influence which was then well nigh extinguished, is a history of battle. 

From the time of Somerled to the present day there has never been a lack of 
distinguished clansmen who have taken part in the wars of their period, and the 
names of Angus Og, Donald of Harlaw and Alistair MacColla, Montrose's great 
Lieutenant, are imperishable names in Scottish History. 

It is almost impossible to estimate the importance of Somerled in the history of 
the Clan and of Gaeldom. Without him there would have been no Celtic Lordship 
of the Isles, and the great heritage of Gaelic Poetry and Music which has come 
down to us would probably have been lost for ever. 

The fortunes of Somerled's family had fallen to a low ebb as a consequence 
of the Norse occupation of the Isles, and about the middle of the 12th Century we 
find him living with his father in the wilds of Morven, apparently an unambitious 
young man. The men of the Isles were in revolt against the tyrannies of their 
Scandinavian rulers when a combination of circumstances placed Somerled at their 
head. By his genius many victories were won. He followed up his victories 
and in a very short time made himself master of the mainland territories of his 
ancestors and assumed the title of Thane of Argyll. 

Soon afterwards Somerled had consolidated his position so well that he was 
able to throw down the gauntlet to Godred, the Norwegian King of the Isles, and 
in a great naval battle off the coast of Isla on the night of Epiphany 1156 A.D. he 
gained a victory sufficient to assure to him, in a treaty of peace with Godred, 
possession of the whole of the Isles south of the point of Ardnamurchan along with 
Kintyre. The treaty of peace did not last very long and two years later we find 
Somerled invading Man with a fleet of 53 galleys. He routed Godred, laid the 
island waste, and held Man during his lifetime. 

It was scarcely to be expected that the rise in power of Somerled could be 
viewed otherwise than with feelings of alarm by the Kingdom of Scotland, and so 
there were dissensions. It is difficult to judge whether Somerled had made up his 
mind to make a bold bid to establish Celtic rule over the whole country or whether 
he was only defending his hard-won territory, but it is certain that in 1164 he 
gathered a great army of 15,000 men and with a fleet of 160 galleys sailed up the 



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Clyde to Greenock, where he disembarked. He marched to Renfrew, where the 
King's army was encamped. It does not appear that a battle of any consequence 
was fought, but Somerled's death was encompassed. It is the tradition of the 
Clan that Somerled was treacherously slain in his tent by one of his own attendants 
and that he was buried in the Monastery of Saddell. 

After the death of Somerled his followers dispersed and returned to their native 
isles ; but his family remained in undisturbed possession of the vast territories he 
had won with his sword. He was succeeded in part of his possessions by his son, 
Reginald, who reigned peacefully until 1207, when he died and was succeeded by 
his son, Donald of Isla, from whom the Clan takes its name. 

Donald was not by any means of so peace-loving a nature as his father, and 
we find him engaging in raiding expeditions to Ireland and assisting in rebellions 
against the King of Scotland. It is said that after a stormy career he went on a 
pilgrimage to Rome and did penance for his sins. Having obtained absolution 
from the Pope, he enriched the Church with many gifts of lands. He died at 

Skipness about the year 1249. 

A very interesting period of the Clan history is next entered. Angus Mor, 
who succeeded Donald, was chief at the time of Haco's expedition and assisted 
him throughout the war, although it does not appear that he suffered either in 
person or in property in consequence of the treaty afterwards arranged by the 
Kings of Norway and of Scotland. In 1284 he attended the Convention which 
declared the Maid of Norway heiress to the Scottish Crown, and he received a 
grant of land in Ardnamurchan. He is said to have been of an amiable disposition, 
and was greatly mourned when he died in the year 1300. His son, Alexander, who 
succeeded him had a short reign of 3 years, and having joined John of Lome in his 
opposition to Bruce, became involved in the downfall of that family. His posses- 
sions were forfeited to the Crown of Scotland, but after his death in 1303 they were 
granted to his brother, Angus Og, who succeeded him. 

Angus Og remained the steady friend of Bruce and accompanied him to the 
field of Bannockburn, where with his islesmen, he contributed largely to the victory 
which won Scotland her independence for ever. He received many favours from 
the King, and at the time of his death in 1329 passed on a great inheritance to his 
son, John of Isla. 

This John was one of the most notable chiefs of the Clan, and although the 
times were not such as to give him the good fortune to take part in an epoch-making 
battle like Bannockburn he, nevertheless, played a great part in the troublous 
times that followed the death of the Bruce. We find him in diplomatic relations 
with the King of England and supporting the Baliol faction, and later we find him 
accompanying the Scottish contingent, with a strong force of Islesmen, to support 
the King of France against England. He was engaged at the Battle of Poitiers, 
where he had the misfortune to be taken prisoner, being confined some time in 
England until liberated. By his marriage with his third cousin, Amy MacRuari, 
he acquired lands she obtained at the death of her brother, Ranald, who was murdered 
at the monastery of Elcho near Perth in 1346, and by uniting these to his own 
territories he raised the Clan to a position of splendour not reached since the days of 
Somerled. 

Here we must pause to record the weakness in John's character which at 
bottom was responsible for the ruin of the Clan and sowed the seeds of all the 
internal controversy which has lasted until our own day. John allowed his 

ambitions to overrule his sense of honour and, succumbing to the wiles of Robert 



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the Steward, he was induced to divorce his lawful wife, Amy MacRuari, and to 
contract an alliance with Margaret, the daughter of Robert. No doubt John was 
dazzled by the splendour of the alliance, and during the remainder of his life he 
was in close relationship with the Crown and remained so until his death in 1380, 
when he was buried with great pomp and splendour in Iona. The death of John of 
Isla may be said to have completed a period in the annals of the Clan which it has 
been found expedient to deal with as a whole rather than by dwelling at length 
upon the achievements of individuals who gained reputations for military ability, 
but the history of the Clan from then until the practical extinction of the Clan 
system after the rising of 1745 is of such a nature that, in a sketch like this, it 
must be subordinated to the personal history of some of the more prominent 
members. 

Donald, the eldest son of John of Isla by the marriage with Margaret Stewart, 
succeeded his father in the chiefship of the Clan, with the acquiescence of his half 
brothers, the sons of Amy MacRuari, and was " crowned " MacDonald and Lord 
of the Isles in the Island of Eigg in the midst of a great gathering of the Clan and 
the vassals of the Isles. His firm and generous rule made him popular among the 
Clan and his dependents, and he was ever ready to assert and uphold the position 
and independence of the Clan, owning no loyalty to the Scottish Crown. During 
the years following his succession the relations between Scotland and England 
were strained, and we find Donald and several of the more important of his relatives 
frequent visitors at the English Court. 

It is not necessary here to enlarge upon the causes which led the island chief 
to lay claim to the Earldom of Ross and to enter upon the campaign which 
culminated in the Battle of Harlaw, fought on the 26th June, 1411. The facts are 
well recorded in history and are easily accessible to those interested. Suffice it to 
say that the fiery cross was sent round, and the whole Clan with its vassals rallied 
to the fight. The MacLeans and MacKinnons, Camerons and Macintoshes, and 
MacLeods from Harris all hastened to the rendezvous at Ardtornish, and the army 
of about 10,000 set sail for the west coast of Ross, where they disembarked at 
Stromeferry. Marching through the glens to Dingwall, they were there opposed 
by Angus Dubh MacKay, and a fierce engagement ensued. The MacKays fought 
with all their accustomed bravery but were decisively routed, Angus himself being 
taken prisoner, while his brother and many of their foremost men were killed. 
MacDonald took possession of the Castle of Dingwall, garrisoned it, and resumed 
his march, proceeding to Inverness by Beauly- Here he halted, and diverting his 
line of march to Castle Dounie, administered a chastisement to Lovat and his 
Frasers, who had opposed his claim to the Earldom of Ross. Having reached 
Inverness he planted his standard there, and summoning all the fighting men of 
Ross and the North to his banner, he prepared for his great campaign. Many 
rallied to Donald's standard, the only chiefs of note standing out being MacKenzie 
and Lovat. The former was of little account, but Lovat fought against Donald 
at the Battle of Harlaw. 

Donald was quite well aware that although in actual possession of the Earldom 
of Ross he was not likely to remain undisturbed in his acquisition, and as he had 
threatened in his quarrel with the Regent to burn Aberdeen, he proceeded through 
Moray with the intention of carrying out his threat. But the gentlemen of Aberdeen 
were not disposed to sit quietly under the threat, and with their armed retainers, 
they assembled under the Earl of Mar. 

Mar advanced by Inverury and came into contact with the Highland Army at 
Harlaw. His force was much smaller than Donald's, but this disadvantage was 



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offset by its good equipment and strong defensive armour. There is no need to 
enter into a description of the battle further than to say it was waged with great 
fury and valour on both sides, and the lowland army was practically annihilated. 
The Earl of Mar himself lay wounded with hundreds of his dead lying round him, 
and many notable leaders were slain on both sides. 

Much controversy has been indulged in about the Battle of Harlaw, and it 
would be useless here to enter into the causes which prevented Donald from 
following up his victory and pursuing his claims to the Earldom of Ross. He 
returned to the Isles where his position was impregnable, and the next time we 
hear of him is in a domestic quarrel with his brother, John Mor Tainistear, whom he 
defeated and hunted out of the Isles into Ireland. The brothers were afterwards 
reconciled. Donald was one of the most distinguished Chiefs of the Clan ; he was 
both soldier and Statesman, and he maintained the best traditions of the Clan and 
kept untainted in peace and in war the name of MacDonald. 

We have next to notice the career of Donald Balloch, son of John Mor Tainistear, 
one of the most distinguished warriors of his race. Alexander of Isla had suc- 
ceeded Donald of Harlaw in the Lordship of the Isles, and shortly after his 
accession James I. was released from his captivity in England and restored to his 
ancestral throne of Scotland in 1424. During his reign the Clan had again occasion 
to take the field. The murder of John Mor Tainistear by James Campbell was 
deeply resented by many of the powerful Scottish families, and the King could not 
be absolved from participation in that treacherous deed although he had Campbell 
tried and hanged. The assassination of the Highland Chiefs at Inverness, where 
they had been summoned to a meeting of the northern Nobles, and the imprisonment 
of Alexander, Lord of the Isles, and his mother, the titular Countess of Ross, added 
additional fuel to the fire. Alexander was not detained very long in custody, and is said 
to have received admonition for past delinquencies and been liberated on promise 
of amendment. No sooner did he return to the Isles than the standard of revolt 
was again raised, and, collecting 10,000 men from the Isles and the Earldom of 
Ross, he selected Lochaber, the country of Alistair Carrach, as his base, and 
marched to Inverness where he burned and wasted the Crown lands in the vicinity 
but failed to storm the Castle. James was thoroughly roused at this, and his army 
pursued Alexander into Lochaber. The rapid approach of the Royal army was 
followed by disaffection among the Macintoshes and Camerons, two of the most 
powerful vassals of the Isles. These circumstances rendered defeat inevitable, and 
Alexander was drawn further south and finally he had to appear at Holyrood to sue 
for pardon. He was pardoned but made a prisoner in Tantallon Castle. 

The whole Clan bitterly resented this, and it was resolved to strike a blow 
for honour and vengeance. Donald Balloch, Alexander's young cousin, had 

already gained reputation as a leader, and now summoned the whole strength of 
the Clan. The Royal army, whose function it was to maintain order in the High- 
lands, was encamped in Lochaber under the Earls of Mar and Caithness. Once 
again the Earl of Mar was to meet the Clan Donald in battle and suffer the 
bitterness of defeat. Relying upon the superior arming and discipline of his army, 
Mar made the fatal mistake of underrating his enemy, and was playing cards with 
Macintosh in his tent while Donald was disposing his forces to the greatest 
advantage. Disembarking his forces two miles south of Inverlochy, Donald had 
taken up a strong position in front of the King's forces, while the Keppoch Mac- 
Donalds, under Alistair Carrach, took up a position on the steep hill overlooking 
the Castle. When the signal was given the Keppochs charged with irresistible 
fury down the hill while Donald and his Islesmen attacked in front with such 



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ferocity that in a very short time the King's forces were completely routed, leaving 
a large number of dead upon the field, including the Earl of Caithness and sixteen 
of his personal retinue and many Knights and Barons from the Lowlands. The 
Earl of Mar himself was wounded, and with a single attendant took to the hills, 
where he was befriended and assisted to escape by an Irishman named O'Birrin. 

Donald then proceeded to plunder the lands of the Camerons and Macintoshes 
in revenge for their disaffection to the Island Chief, then, learning that the King 
was advancing upon Lochaber with a powerful army, he returned to the Isles with 
much booty and took ship to his Irish territories. 

The next time Donald took the field was on behalf of the Douglas cause, and 
a brief account of the events that led to this expedition will not be amiss. In 
October of the year 1431 the heir to the Scottish Crown — afterwards James II. — 
was born and, in the general rejoicings at the event, an amnesty was granted to 
some political delinquents, among whom was Alexander, Lord of the Isles. He 
was restored to his titles, dignities and possessions, although it would not appear 
that he entered fully into his Earldom of Ross during the lifetime of James the 
First. During the remainder of his reign as Island Chief, the Clan and the High- 
lands generally seem to have enjoyed an unusual period of peace and prosperity, 
and he ruled wisely and firmly. The idea of an independent Celtic kingdom was, 
however, strong in the MacDonald blood, and in 1445 he entered into the league 
with the Earls of Douglas and Crawford, which had for its purpose the overthrow 
of Stewart rule in Scotland. It does not appear that Alexander took any definite 
steps to forward the cause of this league, and before matters came to a head he 
died at his castle of Dingwall, and was buried in the Chanonry of Ross on the 8th 
May, 1449. 

James I. was murdered at Perth on the 21st February, 1437, and during the 
long minority of his son the great feudal Barons of Scotland lost no opportunity of 
endeavouring to recover some of the power and prestige of which the policy of 
James I. had deprived them. To the north of the Forth the Earl of Crawford was 
the most formidable potentate of the time, and in the Counties of Perth, Angus and 
Kincardine he exercised an influence which made him the terror of his neighbours. 
The moving spirits in the Lowlands were the Douglases, Livingstones and 
Crichtons, and the gradual ascendency of the first left them in such a powerful 
state as to be of themselves a menace to the Scottish throne. It will be seen that 
such a league was very powerful, but it brought the most disastrous results to the 
members. John de He, who had succeeded to the Lordship of the Isles and the 
Earldom of Ross, had not been long in power when there began the struggle for 
supremacy between the house of Douglas and the house of Stewart. In 1450 

Douglas, with a magnificent and numerous train, set out on a pilgrimage to Rome. 
During his absence disturbance occurred in his domains, and James II. took 
measures to suppress these. He entered the Douglas territory and laid siege to 
various strongholds, slew many freeholders, and pardoned others on their taking oath 
of fealty. Douglas returned to Scotland in April, 1451, and although James con- 
tinued his efforts against him and demolished Douglas Crag, a small fortress in 
Ettrick Forest, a reconciliation took place in the same year. It was short lived, 
however, and culminated in the murder of Douglas by the King on 21st February, 
1452. The young Lord of the Isles summoned his vassals, and at the head of a 
large army marched to Inverness and took the castle, which he garrisoned. He 
proceeded to Urquhart, and laid siege to the castle which was held for the King. 
After a short but gallant resistance the garrison succumbed, and John appointed 
his father-in-law, Livingstone, as governor. John, emboldened by success, marched 



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through Moray to Castle Ruthven, which he burned to the ground. The King 
was too much occupied in his efforts to suppress Douglas to devote attention to 
John, although there is no doubt that he contemplated proceeding north to suppress 
the rising there. In the meantime, however, John and his Clansmen remained 
immune from James's vengeance, holding their power in the Highlands, and 
enlivening their days with " creachs " against the MacKenzies, MacKays, and 
Sutherlands. 

The struggle between the Douglases and Stewarts ended in the defeat of the 
former at Arkinholme, and Douglas was declared traitor. He betook himself to 
Argyllshire, where he was received by Donald Balloch at the Castle of Dunstaffnage. 
Here they were joined by the Lord of the Isles who had come down from the North, 
and they agreed to make another effort against James. Douglas crossed to 

England, where he was cordially received by the Duke of York, while MacDonald 
prepared for an invasion of the King's lands. He collected a fleet of 100 galleys 
and a force of 5,000 men, and placed Donald Balloch in command. Donald 

proceeded to Inverkip, where he landed his army, and carried fire and sword into 
the heart of Ayrshire. He met with little resistance and carried away an immense 
booty. Returning to Inverkip he directed his course to Arran, where he attacked 
Brodick Castle, burning it to the ground. He invaded the Cumbraes and Bute, 
and having taken the castle of Rothesay, made himself master of Bute. He 

concluded this expedition by an attack on the Bishop of Lismore, who had made 
himself obnoxious by affixing his seal to the forfeiture of the Douglases, and after 
having killed most of his attendants, forced the Bishop to take refuge in a 
sanctuary which scarcely protected him from the fury of his enemies. The ex- 
pedition of Donald Balloch failed in its purpose of fortifying the Douglas cause, 
and the suppression of the family and the banishment of the Earl is familiar history. 

The Lord of the Isles, finding himself alone in his opposition, made his peace 
with James, and we find him during the rest of James's lifetime in close contact 
with the Scottish Court and employed by the King in various capacities, the 
principal object of these being to keep him as far from the Isles as possible. 

It is of the greatest importance to those interested in the history of the Clan 
to observe closely the position of the Clan at the time of which we write. Although 
divided a little as the result of the two marriages of John of Isla, the Clan was still 
a unity and the possessions held by the principal families were a noble patrimony, 
and it would have been well for themselves and their posterity had they held them- 
selves aloof from the quarrels and intrigues of the Scottish nobility. The Celtic 
tradition was deep in their blood, however, and always at the back of their minds 
was the idea of an independent Celtic kingdom. They owed no real loyalty to 
the reigning family of Scotland and were ever ready to seize any opportunity to 
further their idea of independence. The time now seemed favourable, and we 
must consider the events that led to the " Treaty of Ardtornish." 

The untimely death of James II. at the siege of Roxburgh once more plunged 
Scotland into the difficulties inherent upon a minority. The banished Earl of 

Douglas, in exile at the English Court, watched with deepest interest the course of 
events in Scotland and left no means unused by which he could regain the co-opera- 
tion of the Lord of the Isles. He gained the ear of Edward IV., and overtures 
were made to the Island Lord by commissioners from England which resulted in 
the " Treaty of Ardtornish." 

The provisions of this treaty were that the Lords of the Isles were to become 
vassals of England, and to assist Edward IV. in his wars in Ireland and elsewhere. 



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In the event of the conquest of Scotland the portion of the kingdom north of the 
Forth was to be divided between the Earl of Ross and Donald Balloch, while 
Douglas was to be restored to his estates in the south. There can be no doubt that 
the Celtic fervour and fiery spirit of Donald Balloch on the one hand and earnest 
entreaties of the Douglas on the other were the most powerful influences operating 
upon John and the Council of the Isles when the}' consented to the signing of the 
treaty. 

The treaty was big with the fate of the Clan, and there is no doubt that the 
existence of it caused the final forfeiture of the Lordship of the Isles thirty years 
later. 

The provisions of the treaty implied action, and almost at once the forces of 
the Isles were on the move. First in command was Angus Og, son of John, 

scarcely more than a youth, and second the veteran, Donald Balloch, now past 
his prime but still a formidable warrior. They marched to Inverness, took posses- 
sion of the town and Castle, and in the name of the Earl of Ross assumed royal 
powers over the northern counties, commanding the Government officers and the 
people to obey Angus Og and to pay to him, as his father's lieutenant, the taxes 
that were payable to the Crown. Thus did the Lord of the Isles begin his attempt 
to carry out the provisions of the treaty and, if Edward IV. had been in a position 
to give the support promised, the history of Scotland might have been changed. 
But Edward was unable to despatch any forces, the scheme for the division of 
Scotland failed, and the rising collapsed. 

The particulars of this rising are very meagre and no very clear idea of how 
it ended can be formed, but we know that the island Lord was summoned to appear 
before Parliament for treason, but failed to appear, and the process of forfeiture 
against him was suspended for some time. He did not receive an unconditional 
pardon, although allowed to continue in undisturbed possession of his vast estates 
for about fifteen years after this period. Of the subsequent career of Donald 

Balloch there is nothing of importance to relate, and notwithstanding his strenuous 
and stormy career he lived to an advanced age, and died in Isla. 

The power of the MacDonalds was now waning, and the Treaty of Ardtornish 
came to light in 1475. The Lord of the Isles was again summoned to appear before 
Parliament to answer to the charge of treason and, failing to appear, the Earl of 
Argyll was given commission to prosecute a decree of forfeiture against him. 
That this was no idle threat was soon apparent, and a formidable force by land and 
sea was prepared to carry the sentence of Parliament into effect. The extent of 
the preparations and the persuasions of his friends induced the island Lord to sue 
for pardon which the King granted, and in the Parliament held at Edinburgh on 
1st July, 1476, John was restored to his forfeited Earldom of Ross and the Lordship 
of the Isles. 

He then came forward and made a voluntary resignation to the Crown of the 
Earldom of Ross, the lands of Knapdale and Kintyre, and the castles, etc., belong- 
ing to these, and in return was created a Baron Banrente and Peer of Parliament 
with the title of Lord of the Isles. By favour of the King the natural sons of John, 
Angus and John, were secured in the succession of the new title and the estates 
connected with it. 

The surrender of the Earldom of Ross and the lands of Knapdale and Kintyre 
was the first great blow struck at the power of the MacDonalds and made John 
very unpopular with the chief families, who further accused him of impoverishing 



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the Clan by improvident grants of lands to the MacLeans, MacLeods, MacNeils 
and other Clans. Angus the heir, who had married Argyll's daughter, sided with 
the Clan, and thus the adherents of the Lordship came to be divided into two 
factions, those of the blood abiding by Angus while the Clans who had benefited by 
the old Lord's generosity adhered to him. The development of this family quarrel 
is a sorrowful chapter in MacDonald history, and hastened the final forfeiture. 
Angus behaved with great violence to his father and involved himself in various 
feuds, particularly with the MacKenzies. He invaded Ross and defeated the 

MacKenzies at Logebread with great slaughter, and the rising appeared so formid- 
able that it is said the Government employed the Earls of Atholl, Argyll, Crawford 
and Huntly to reduce Angus to obedience. He appears to have been forced to 

retire from Ross and to return to the Isles, where Argyll and Atholl procured an 
interview between him and his father in the hope of effecting a reconciliation. This 
failed, and the breach was further widened by the defeat of the followers of the old 
Lord in a desperate battle in a bay near Tobermory. This battle is still known 
as the Battle of Bloody Bay. 

Soon after this event the Earl of Atholl crossed over to Isla and carried off 
the infant son of Angus, Donald Dubh, whom he delivered into the hands of the 
Earl of Argyll. Donald Dubh was considered a captive of great importance by 
Argyll and kept closely guarded in the Castle of Inchconnell in Lochow. 

The abduction of his son raised Angus to a perfect frenzy of rage, and 
summoning his adherents to his standard, he sailed with his forces to Inverlochy. 
Landing there he made a swift and secret march into the district of Atholl, which 
he ravaged by fire and sword. His descent had been so rapid that the inhabitants 
were unable to offer any effective resistance, and the Earl of Atholl and his Countess 
together with many of the country people took refuge in the Chapel of St. Bride. 
Even this sanctuary did not protect them from the rage of Angus, for he slew 
many of the people and carried off an immense booty to the Isles, and took with 
him the Earl and Countess of Atholl as prisoners. On the return voyage to the 
Isles the expedition encountered a violent storm in which many of the galleys were 
sunk and much of the sacrilegious plunder lost. The effect of this loss so wrought 
upon the superstitious feelings of Angus that he liberated his prisoners very soon 
thereafter without even securing the release of his son, and he performed penance 
in the very chapel he had so lately desecrated. 

Angus's career was drawing to a close, for soon afterwards, when he was in 
Inverness on his way to attack his old enemies, the MacKenzies, he was assassinated 
by an Irish harper. With all his faults, Angus was a favourite with the Clansmen, 
who had hoped that he was destined to regain all that his father had lost. 

The old Lord now resumed possession of the estates out of which he had been 
kept by Angus, and his younger son, John, dying without issue, succession of the 
Lordship fell to his nephew, Alexander of Lochalsh. It has been said that 

Alexander merely acted as guardian to Donald Dubh, still a prisoner in Inchconnell, 
but this is improbable. He placed himself at the head of the vassals of the Isles 
and engaged in an abortive attempt to recover possession of the Earldom of Ross. 
That he did so with the consent of his uncle may or may not have been the case, 
but the old Lord had to bear the consequences. No doubt the Scottish Parliament 
were glad to have the opportunity of striking such an effective blow at the High- 
lands and Isles, and we have to record the fact that in the Parliament of 1493, John, 
fourth and last Lord of the Isles, was forfeited of his title and estates. 



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Thus fell the great house of MacDonald, which for centuries had borne the 
proud title of " Lord of the Isles." The fall of the Lordship of the Isles caused 
tremendous changes in the Highlands and Isles, and may be said to have been the 
final turning point in the struggle between the Celtic and Feudal systems in 
Scotland. Never again were the whole forces of the vassals of the Island Lordship 
to assemble under the proud banner, and the division of the Clan was to be further 
accentuated. The rise to power and position of the branches was to be accom- 
panied by the decline and virtual final extinction of the main stem. It is a 
fascinating study to follow the rise to power and independence of the Clans that 
were formerly vassals of the House of Isla, and with the decline of that house to 
observe the progress of its great rival, the House of Argyll. 

In the years following the forfeiture in 1493 till the death of Donald Dubh in 
1545 various attempts were made to recover the family honours. In 1497 Sir 

Alexander of Lochalsh invaded Ross-shire without much success and, leaving there, 
proceeded southwards among the Isles in an endeavour to rouse the Islanders on 
his behalf. The effort failed through the dissensions among the Clans, and Maclan 
of Ardnamurchan, anxious to propitiate himself with the King, surprised Lochalsh 
in the Island of Oronsay and put him to death. 

Notwithstanding the efforts of James IV. to pacify the Clans, there was much 
discontent among them and a considerable body of them looked upon Donald Dubh, 
still a prisoner in Inchconnell, as the rightful heir to the throne of his ancestors, 
and determined upon his release. In 1503 a party of Glencoe men broke into the 
castle and liberated Donald, whom they conveyed in triumph to the castle of Torquil 
MacLeod in Lewis. He was proclaimed MacDonald and Lord of the Isles, many 
of the old vassals rallied to his standard, and formidable attempts were made for 
the recovery of the Lordship. The power of the Scots King was too great to be 
shaken, and the efforts failed. Donald Dubh was surrendered to the King by 

MacLean of Douart and sent to Edinburgh Castle, there to be confined a prisoner 
for nearly forty years. 

The next attempt was by Donald Gallda, son of Alexander of Lochalsh 
who was done to death by Maclan of Ardnamurchan. Sir Donald had been 

brought up at Court in Edinburgh, is said to have been a favourite of the King, 
and to have been knighted on the fatal field of Flodden. However that may be, he 
proceeded to the Highlands soon after that memorable battle, and at once raised 
the standard of revolt. He seized the castle of Urquhart and laid waste the 

adjacent lands. MacLean of Douart seized the castle of Carneburgh, and with 
the assistance of MacLeod of Dunvegan made himself master of Dunscaigh in 
Skye. Sir Donald was then proclaimed Lord of the Isles, and the number of his- 
followers increased daily. The Regent Albany, alarmed at the formidable aspect 
of the revolt, gave commission to Maclan of Ardnamurchan to treat with the 
enemy, and a reconciliation was effected. 

The Regent and Donald appeared to be on good terms, but the latter had not 
abandoned his project, and soon was in revolt again. He invaded Ardnamurchan,. 
expelled Maclan, and razed the castle of Mingarry to the ground. In his feud with 
Maclan he seems to have allowed his desire for revenge on his father's murderer 
to obscure his principal purpose, and this caused dissension among his followers, 
many of whom fell away from him and indeed determined to deliver him up to the 
Regent. Sir Donald, however, escaped and, with the assistance of the MacLeods 
of Lewis and Alexander MacDonald of Isla, proceeded against Maclan. They came 
upon him in Morven, where a battle was fought. Maclan was defeated and? 



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slain along with his two sons and a considerable number of his followers. Shortly 
after this Donald died, and the revolt which had lasted five years died out. 

It was not until 1539 that another attempt was made for the recovery of the 
Lordship of the Isles. The hero of this exploit is Donald Gruamach of Sleat. The 
Lochalsh family had died out with Sir Donald Gallda and, with Donald Dubh still a 
prisoner, Donald Gruamach seized the opportunity to make his claim to the family 
honours and possessions. He had the support of many of the principal families 
and clans, and he invaded Trotternish, laying the country waste. He then pro- 
ceeded to invade Wester Ross and to lay siege to the castle of Eilean Donan, but, it 
is said, was slain in front of the castle by an arrow shot from the walls. There 
are many legends connected with this expedition, but these do not pertain to our 
treatise. 

The final stand for the revival of the Celtic kingdom now falls to be considered. 
The course of events in Scotland was not going too well for the Country, and after 
the disgraceful conduct of his army at Solway Moss, James V. died virtually of a 
broken heart. The hold of the Scottish Government on the Isles weakened, and 
in a very short time after the death of the King, Donald Dubh made his escape 
from Edinburgh Castle and found his way to his native Isles. He had been 

proclaimed Lord of the Isles on his previous escape from Inchconnell and now laid 
claim to the Earldom of Ross. The events which followed are well known in 
Scottish history, and may be briefly summarised here. Donald proceeded with 
much caution until such time as the Regent Arran liberated the Highland Chiefs 
whom James V. had carried away from the Highlands and imprisoned. Practically 
all these joined Donald with their Clans, and, assembling to the number of 1,800 
men, they invaded Argyll's territory, slaying a large number of men and carrying 
away many cattle and much plunder. It is not possible here to enter minutely into 
all the circumstances which induced Donald' to enter into an alliance with the 
English party and Henry VIII., having for its purpose the invasion and subjection 
of Scotland. Let it be said at once that Donald owed no loyalty to the 
realm of Scotland which had treated him cruelly, and he was making a bold bid 
for the kingdom of his ancestors. 

Practically the whole of the Clans of the Isles rallied to his standard, and he 
sailed for Knockfergus in Ireland with a force of four thousand men and one 
hundred and eighty galleys there to join with the other troops for the invasion. 

Events in England, however, prevented the fusion of the forces for some time, 
and discontent at the delay breaking out among his followers, Donald returned to 
the Isles. Many of the Chiefs withdrew their followers and returned to their 

castles. Donald was, however, prepared to keep his bond and kept in touch with 
Lennox, but the fall of Dumbarton Castle, by treachery, into the hands of the 
Regent, forced Lennox to return to Ireland. Donald is said to have accompanied 
Lennox to Ireland for the purpose of raising more men, but died at Drogheda of a 
fever. 

Donald was the last of his line, and with his death was extinguished the hope 
of restoration of the MacDonald kingdom. 

It is significant of the deep-rooted persistence of the idea of the restoration of the 
Celtic kingdom that in 1598 we find Donald Gorm MacDonald of Sleat offering to 
serve Queen Elizabeth in the Irish wars and styling himself Lord of the Isles of 
Scotland and Chief of the Clan Donnell Irishmen, and giving a long list of petty 
Island Princes and Chiefs who were ready to follow him upon all his enterprises. 



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Part Two 

The death of Donald Dubh put an end to the hopes of a recovery of the 
Lordship of the Isles, and there was no further attempt made for that purpose. 
The Clans attached to the Lordship and the different branches of the MacDonalds 
became more and more estranged from each other and applied all their resources 
to the establishing of their own power and influence as independent units. 

In consequence of this division the further history of the Clan is really to be 
found in the chronicles of the various families and in the general history of the 
country. These family chronicles are voluminous and of absorbing interest to all 
who bear the name or have a MacDonald connection, but to deal adequately with 
them is far beyond the scope of this sketch. 

Although the Clan never again took the field under its own banner, the 
MacDonalds took a prominent part in many of the notable events in the history of 
the country. 

The story of the great struggle of the Dunnyveg family for the retention of its 
territory in the North of Ireland against the aggressions of the native Clan of the 
O'Neills and the English invaders in the time of Mary Queen of Scots and 
Elizabeth of England is one of the most fascinating pieces of Celtic history, and 
the triumph of later years which resulted in the founding of the family of the Earls 
of Antrim is in strange contrast with the fate of the senior branch of the family in 
Scotland. A long-continued series of feuds with the MacLeans of Douart over 
lands in Isla and elsewhere, resulting in many bloody encounters ; the grasping 
hand of the Argyll family with its genius for political intrigue, and the hostility of 
King James VI., resulted in the confiscation of most of the lands of this branch of 
the MacDonalds and its virtual extinction as a territorial family. 

The Clan had a notable part in the campaigns of Montrose and Dundee in the 
revolutionary and Covenanting times. All the branches were engaged, Sleat, 

Glengarry, Clanranald, Keppoch, Glencoe, but the most picturesque figure of the 
time is Alistair MacCholla, of the Dunnyveg family, Montrose's great Chief of 
Staff. 

Before giving a brief account of the part taken by the Clan in these campaigns 
it would seem appropriate to consider the position of the various families in 1639 
prior to the outbreak of the great civil war. 

We have seen that the Dunnyveg family or the Clan Iain Mhor had been 
extinguished as a territorial family in Scotland and that a junior branch of the 
family had triumphed in Ireland. The Antrim branch of the MacDonalds had 
prospered exceedingly, and the grandson of Sorley Buy, the first of the family, 
had been raised to the dignity of a Peer of Ireland as Viscount Dunluce and, two 
years later, in 1620, created Earl of Antrim. Later he made an attempt to purchase 
Kintyre for the family, but through further machinations of the Argyll family he 
was frustrated in his attempts. The first Earl of Antrim died at Dunluce in 1636, 
and was succeeded by his son, Randal, who was then in his 27th year. Randal had 
been brought up in the " Highland way," and after finishing his education had 
travelled for some time abroad. He was presented at the court of Charles I., 
and became a great favourite, shortly afterwards marrying a daughter of the Earl 
of Rutland, a great heiress. This marriage, combined with his own heritage, 

raised Lord Antrim to a great and influential position in the country. Everything 
seemed to point to a prosperous future, but the outbreak of the civil war changed 
the outlook and no one espoused the cause of the King more heartily than the young 
Lord Antrim. 



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The Sleat family or Clan Donald North, descended from Hugh MacDonald, 
youngest brother of John, the last Lord of the Isles, who died in 1498, had 
as their chief in 1639 Sir Donald MacDonald, first baronet. He was a son of 

Archibald the Clerk, who married a daughter of Angus MacDonald of Dunnyveg 
and the Glens. 

This Archibald was the second son of Donald Gormeson, and should not be 
confused with Archibald, fourth son of Donald Gruamach, who led the Clan during 
the minority of his nephew, Donald Gormeson, and had a son, Hugh, 
who with Angus MacDonald of Griminish was the cause of the Sleat family 
becoming involved in the feud of the MacDonalds and the MacLeans. The story 
of this feud is of much interest, and much blood was spilt on both sides. Donald 
had succeeded his uncle, Donald Gorm Mor, who died in 1617. Donald Gorm Mor 
had a feud with the MacLeods of Dunvegan over his treatment of his wife, a sister 
of Rory MacLeod, whom he had divorced, it is said, because she had only one eye. 
Two fierce battles were fought in Skye, in both of which Donald was victorious. 

Donald Gorm, the younger, was a firm loyalist and steady friend of King 
Charles I., and in 1625 he was created a Baronet of Nova Scotia with precedence 
after Sir Robert Gordon of Gordonstoun, the first of the creation. That family 
became extinct, and the MacDonald baronetcy is now the premier baronetcy of Nova 
Scotia. 

In 1639 the King was so anxious to secure the influence and assistance of the 
Chief of Sleat that he wrote him from his camp near Berwick promising him grants 
of lands from the estates of the Argyll family, which were to be forfeited. 

Donald was able to convey much useful information to the Royalist party, and 
he entered into negotiation with the Earl of Antrim for a body of troops to serve 
in Scotland. 

The Chief of the Glengarry MacDonalds was at this time Donald MacDonald, 
8th of Glengarry, a man far advanced in years. The Glengarry family are 

descended from Reginald, third son of the " Good " John of Isla by his first 
wife, Amy MacRuari, whom he subsequently divorced to enable him to 
marry Margaret Stewart. The reign of this Glengarry was an exceedingly 

turbulent one, and it was in his time that the terrible feud with the MacKenzies 
took place. This feud arose out of a dispute between the two families regarding 
Castle Strome and properties in Lochalsh and Lochcarron, and was carried on with 
much bloodshed and depredation on both sides. Donald's eldest son, Angus, was 
killed in one of the raids, and in 1603, near the end of the feud, there occurred the 
terrible affair of Cillechriost when the MacDonalds burned down the church full of 
men, women, and children during divine service. In the end, however, the feud 
was amicably settled by a re-arrangement of the disputed lands, and the families 
lived on friendly terms much to their mutual advantage. Angus, the eldest son, 
having been killed, and his father being advanced in years, the command of the 
Clan fell to the second son, Alistair Dearg, who also predeceased his father. 
Donald, however, lived until 2nd February, 1645, the day on which Inverlochy 
was fought, his grandson, ^neas, son of Alistair Dearg, leading the Clan and 
contributing greatly to the victory on that memorable day. 

The Clanranald Chief at this time was John MacDonald, 10th of Clanranald, 
a son of Sir Donald MacDonald, who had been knighted at Edinburgh in 1617, and 
a great grandson of the great John of Moidart, who had been elected Chief of the 
Clan to the exclusion of the legitimate heir, Ranald Gallda. The Clanranald 



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family, who derive their descent in common with the Glengarry family from 
Reginald, were in many respects the most distinguished branch of the Clan. They 
produced soldiers and warriors of the highest ability, and among these John of 
Moidart takes a foremost place. The career of John of Moidart is so full of interest, 
arising not only from the fact that he was a man of undoubted ability and courage, 
but also from the fact that though an elected chief himself he was able to transmit 
to his heirs without difficulty the great position he had won and held with his sword, 
that we feel justified in dealing with it somewhat fully. 

John was established at Castle Tirrim in 1530, and does not appear to have 
caused any public disturbance during the next ten years. In 1540, however, the 
King in the course of a tour round Scotland made a call at Skye, where a number 
of the insular and mainland chiefs had assembled to meet him. John was among 
those assembled, and the King treacherously made the chiefs prisoners and carried 
them to Edinburgh, where they were confined. 

John thus a prisoner, the way was open to Ranald Gallda to put forward his 
claim to the chiefship. He obtained a charter of the lands from the King and, 
aided by his relatives, the Frasers, and supported by Huntly, he entered Castle 
Tirrim in triumph and assumed the position of Chief of Clanranald. Ranald, 

however, was not popular with the Clan on account, it is said, of his meanness, and 
his triumph did not last. He was expelled from Castle Tirrim and took refuge 
with Lovat. The Frasers were highly indignant at the insult to their kinsman, 
and they determined to force him upon his unwilling clansmen, but at this juncture 
(1542) the King died and John of Moidart was liberated. He proceeded at once to 
Moidart, resumed leadership of the Clan, and prepared to give battle to the Frasers. 
He obtained the support of the Keppoch MacDonalds and the Camerons, and 
carried war into the enemy's country, seizing and laying waste Abertarf, 
Stratherrie, Glenmoriston, and Glenurquhart. The Frasers invoked the aid of 
Huntly, who levied some hundreds of men, and uniting their forces they drove the 
invaders back to the western end of the Great Glen. They hesitated to proceed 
farther and, unable to fight on their own terms, decided to return home. Huntly 
returned by Glen Spean and Lovat chose the shorter route through the Great Glen. 
It was a fatal error of judgment and gave their opponents the opportunity for 
which they had been waiting. Making a rapid march along the north side of Loch 
Lochy, John of Moidart and his supporters intercepted Lovat at the head of the 
Loch, compelling him either to fight or surrender. 

The Frasers, however, were made of stuff much too stern even to think of 
surrender, and a most desperate battle ensued in which Ranald Gallda and Lovat 
were killed and their followers annihilated almost to a man. Many are the stories 
told of the personal prowess of John, of Ranald Gallda, of Lovat, and of others 
engaged in this memorable fight which on account of the fact that the hot weather 
had caused most of the combatants to throw off their outer garments, came to be 
known as Blar nan Leine or the " Battle of the Shirts." 

After the victory John withdrew to Moidart, but he and his friends, Keppoch 
and Locheil, had to face the fierce resentment of the government, who vowed the 
amplest vengeance on the chiefs, and these remained in a state of continuous warfare 
with Huntly, Lovat and Macintosh. 

In 1545 we find John as one of the Council of the Isles which proclaimed 
Donald Dubh Lord of the Isles. He accompanied Donald to Knockfergus, and 
this had the effect of making him a still more conspicuous mark for vengeance. 



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He was outlawed and his property declared confiscated, but all efforts to seize 
upon his person failed. About this time Huntly, through the instrumentality of 
William Macintosh, the Captain of Clan Chattan, apprehended Keppoch and 
Locheil. 

Both these chiefs, besides having been engaged at Blar nan Leine, had supported 
with all their power the rebellions hatched by Lennox, and they were considered 
important captures by the Government. They were imprisoned at Castle Ruthven 
for a short period, and afterwards tried at Elgin for high treason. Both were 
found guilty and beheaded, while several of their followers were hanged alongside 
of them. This action on the part of Macintosh gave rise to the terrible feud 
between the Keppoch MacDonalds and the Macintoshes which lasted over a 
century, and culminated in the Battle of Mulroy in 1688, when the Macintoshes 
were decisively defeated and compelled to flee. 

John continued to hold his territories by the sword, and although once again 
taken a prisoner by treachery about 1555 he escaped, and during the remainder of 
his life ruled his Clan with conspicuous ability and success He died at an 

advanced age in 1584, having ruled his branch of the Clan for 54 years. John of 
Moidart was succeeded in the Chiefship by his son, Allan, and it was Allan's 
grandson, John, who was chief at the time of the civil war. 

Ranald MacDonald of Keppoch entered heartily into the quarrel between the 
King and the Covenanters, and without hesitation espoused the Royal cause. At 
the very outset of the trouble he brought down upon himself and his Clan the 
vengeance of Argyll, and the latter, professing great zeal for the cause of religion, 
in 1640 made a raid into Lochaber, plundered the lands, and burnt the house of 
Keppoch. He left 200 men in Lochaber to keep order, but these were soon killed 
off or chased out of the country. Ranald about this time disappears from the 

history of the Clan, and is succeeded by his brother, Donald Glas. Donald, with 
his followers, joined the Marquis of Huntly's forces collected at Aberdeen in 
support of the King, and remained with that army until it was dispersed. When 
Montrose raised the Royal standard in Scotland Donald hastened to join him. 

The men of Glencoe also took up the cause of the King, and this family 
produced a notable warrior of the period in " Ranald of the Shield," whose feats 
of swordsmanship and valour bulk largely in the annals of the family. Ranald 
played a prominent part in all the efforts on behalf of the Stewart dynasty, and he 
was present with the Highland army that defended Worcester against tremendous 
odds. 

Such then was the position of the Clan at the outbreak of the revolution, but 
it was not until 1644 that they began to take a prominent part in the struggles of 
that unhappy time. 

In December, 1643, the King was induced to consider seriously the project of 
Montrose for promoting a rising in Scotland which should create a diversion in his 
favour. At Oxford a plan was made that Montrose should be in command of the 
rising and proceed to Scotland in an endeavour to raise the Clans for the Royalist 
cause, while the Earl of Antrim was to raise a force of about 2,000 of his followers 
to join the Scottish forces. Hitherto, the western Clans had not taken much 

interest in the Covenanting wars, but Montrose hoped to join many of them to his 
side especially the MacDonalds, who cherished a desire for vengeance against the 
Earl of Argyll for the murderous raid he had made into Lochaber in 1640. 



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When the time came to put the project into action Montrose, armed with the 
Royal Commission and raised to the rank of Marquis, left Oxford at the head of 
about 100 cavaliers, chiefly his personal friends, and entered Scotland on 13th April, 
1644. He got the length of Dumfries and erected his standard, proposing to wait 
there for his Irish auxiliaries. He was forced, however, to return to Carlisle and 
was advised by his friends to abandon what appeared to be a hopeless enterprise. 
Instead, he conceived the daring project of passing into Scotland alone and incognito 
to join if possible with his expected auxiliaries from Ireland and at all hazards strike 
a blow for the King. This project was put into execution. Shortly afterwards he 
received a letter from Alistair MacDonald informing him of his arrival with the Irish 
contingent. Alistair was the son of Colla Ciotach, the lineal descendant of John 
Mor Tainistear of Dunnyveg and the Glens and the rightful heir to extensive lands 
in Isla and Kintyre of which his family had been despoiled through the machinations 
of Argyll. 

It is not our intention to follow closely the brief but brilliant campaign of 
Montrose, but merely to indicate the part taken in it by the Clan. Alistair Mac- 
Donald left the Irish shores on the morning of June 27th, 1644, and arrived in the 
Sound of Isla. He had a force of about 1,600 men in four small vessels. Proceed- 
ing north, he took and garrisoned the castles of Mingarry and Kinlochaline, and 
then sailed farther north, disembarking his small force in Knoydart. 

Alistair went on a visit to the Chief of Sleat to offer him the command of his 
forces, but found that the chivalrous Sir Donald had died some time before then 
and that his son, Sir James, was not disposed to accept the responsibility. Alistair 
was disappointed and had visions of having to return to Ireland but, during his 
visit to Duntulm, the Earl of Argyll came upon his ships in Loch Eishort and burnt 
them. Alistair was forced to remain in Scotland, and crossing over from Skye he 
marched through Glenquoich into Glengarry's country, pushed on through 
Inverness, and marched into Badenoch. Here he was joined by many loyalists, 
and marching southwards through Badenoch made contact at Blair Athol with 
Montrose. 

They left Blair Athol the following day, and proceeding south fought their 
first battle at Tippermuir, near Perth, on 1st September, 1644. There Alistair and 
his men contributed largely to the victory, and they drove the Covenanting forces 
into flight. The next battle was at Crathes, and here Alistair and his followers 
greatly distinguished themselves and though opposed by superior numbers, victory 
was again with Montrose. Aberdeen was captured, and Montrose afterwards 

proceeded to lead Argyll such a dance through the country that he returned to 
Edinburgh in disgust and for the time being threw up his commission. Montrose 
then dispatched Alistair MacDonald to the west on a recruiting expedition to raise 
the Clans, and retired into Athol. Alistair's recruiting expedition was eminently 
successful and the chiefs of Glengarry, Glencoe, Clanranald, Keppoch, the Stewarts 
of Appin, and the Camerons of Locheil all flocked to his standard and marched into 
Athol. The season was too far advanced for military operations, and the army 
spent the next three months in winter quarters employing their time mostly in the 
congenial occupation of raiding the territory of Argyll. Towards the end of 

January, 1645, Montrose's army once more turned north, and on the 2nd February 
there was fought the Battle of Inverlochy. 

This famous battle has been described so often that it is needless to say more 
than that the MacDonalds contributed so largely to the victory of the Royalist army 
that the memory of their great deeds that day are immortalised in the history of 
the Clan. Alistair MacDonald and his Irish troops formed the right wing. 



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Another part of the Irish contingent was under Lt. Col. O'Kain, with Ranald Og 
MacDonald, one of the family of Dunnyveg as second in command, whilst the centre 
under the supreme command of Montrose, was composed of the men of Athol with 
the MacDonalds of every branch of the Clan under their own chiefs, the reserve 
being under the command of Colonel James MacDonald. 

It was a fierce and desperate battle, and the Lowland recruits of Argyll's 
army soon broke and fled. The Campbell chieftains and their clansmen fought 
with unavailing bravery, while their chief looked on from his galley and made his 
escape whenever he saw the day was lost. 

We cannot afford the space to follow further the deeds of the Clan in the 
remainder of the campaign, and must content ourselves by saying that in it they 
played a notable part and only returned to their homes when all hope for the Royal 
cause was extinguished. 

All the MacDonalds were again out in 1689 and joined Viscount Dundee in 
the attempt to place James VII. on the throne. Sir Donald MacDonald of Sleat, 
who joined him, was taken seriously ill in Lochaber and had to return home, but 
his place was taken by his eldest son. Alistair Dubh MacDonald of Glengarry and 
his Clan joined on the appointed day, the 18th May, and were soon followed by the 
Clanranalds, Keppochs, and the Glencoe men. The notable part they took in the 
battle of Killiecrankie is so well known that it would be superfluous to describe it 
here, and only the death of their great leader and the want of faith in his successors 
in command of the Royalist army impelled them, after the serious defeat at Dun- 
keld, to return to their own country. The proclamation afterwards issued by the 
Government on 27th August, 1691, offering indemnity to all who would swear 
allegiance by 1st January, 1692, was subscribed in time by all the chiefs except 
Maclain of Glencoe. The circumstances which prevented him from complying 
with the time limit are well known, and the dreadful massacre of Glencoe on 13th 
February, 1692, remains for ever an indelible stain on the reputation of King 
William, his government, Lord Stair, Lord Breadalbane, and the Campbell family of 
Glenlyon. 

The rising of 1715 found the MacDonalds again taking the field on behalf of 
the Stewart family. On the accession of George of Hanover to the British throne 
in 1714, a congratulatory address professing loyalty to his person and government 
was drawn up and signed by a large number of chiefs and heads of Highland 
families. 

The first to sign was Glengarry, and among the other names were those of 
Sleat and Keppoch. 

The petition, however, was never presented, as the Earl of Mar felt slighted 
by his reception at Court, and soon took up arms on behalf of the Royal exile. 

Sir Donald MacDonald of Sleat, " Donald of the Wars," who had greatly 
distinguished himself at Killiecrankie with Dundee, had from the beginning of the 
century until the eve of the 1715 rising, resided principally in Glasgow and in 
1714 had acquired the estate of Frankfield in the parish of Blair. He had only 
been a few nights in residence at the Castle when he was arrested and taken 
prisoner on suspicion of being implicated in Jacobite designs. He was released 
after a short confinement, but was not present at the gathering in Braemar in 
September. He was, however, in the secrets of the party, and proceeded to Skye 
to raise his followers. 



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Allan MacDonald of Clanranald had now come to reside in South Uist. After 
Killiecrankie he and his brother had gone to France. Allan completed his 
education in France and became one of the most accomplished gentlemen of his 
age. He obtained a commission in the French service under the Duke of Berwick 
and acquired a reputation as a distinguished and gallant soldier. Clanranald was 
doubtless in correspondence with the Court of St. Germain, for no sooner had the 
standard been raised at Braemar than he summoned his Clan and sailed from Uist 
to join the Earl of Mar. 

Alistair Dubh MacDonald of Glengarry was again to the fore with the full 
strength of his Clan at Braemar notwithstanding the fact that he had been the first 
to sign the loyal petition to King George. A warrant had been issued for his 
apprehension but he escaped capture, and appeared at Sheriffmuir at the head of 
his followers. 

The Keppoch MacDonalds were at this time under the command of one of the 
most notable chiefs of the race, Coll MacDonald, subsequently known as " Coll of 
the Cows." He had been a student at St. Andrews when his father died in 1682, 
and coming north he passed through Inverness. His Clan had long been at feud 
with the Macintoshes, and when in Inverness Coll sent a message to the Chief of 
that Clan offering to submit their differences to a legal decision or to come to an 
amicable arrangement. Macintosh replied to this petition by clapping Coll into 
prison in Inverness without even the pretence of a trial, but he was shortly after- 
wards released. Coll continued to hold his possessions by the sword, and 
continued the feud with the Macintoshes, on whom he shortly afterwards inflicted 
a severe punishment at the last Clan battle fought in the country. He joined 

Viscount Dundee and took a prominent part in his campaign, fighting next 
Glengarry at Killiecrankie and performing prodigious feats of valour. He returned 
to Lochaber and resumed his feud with the Macintoshes, but had a period of 
relative peace just before the affair of 1715. 

The part taken by the Clans in the preliminary proceedings which led to the 
Battle of Sheriffmuir is well known and need not be repeated here. At Sheriffmuir 
they formed the better part of the Royalist forces and displayed all their customary 
bravery and great fighting qualities. The gallant chief of Clanranald fell mortally 
wounded, and only lived long enough to express the hope that his men would fight 
well and gain a victory for King James. His fall spread dismay among his 

followers, but, on Glengarry raising his bonnet and calling out " Revenge to-day, 
mourning to-morrow," the Highlanders charged with terrific fury and put to flight 
the wing of the Government troops opposed to them. 

Sir Donald MacDonald of Sleat had been taken ill at Perth, and had to be 
carried home all the way to Skye, but his brothers, James and William, remained 
at the head of the Sleat men and fought with great bravery at Sheriffmuir. After 
this decisive action most of the clansmen returned to their homes. Sir Donald 
MacDonald of Sleat was adjudged guilty of High Treason and his estates forfeited. 
Ranald MacDonald of Clanranald, brother of the heroic Allan who had also fought 
at Sheriffmuir, succeeded to the chiefship but was forfeited of his estates. He 

escaped to France, and never returned to his native land. Coll of Keppoch also 
escaped to France, where he was in exile for a few years, living in great poverty. 
He returned to Lochaber in 1719, and appears to have lived quietly on his estates 
until his death in 1729. Glengarry returned to his castle after Sheriffmuir, and in 
the next year gave in his submission. He does not appear to have been forfeited of 
his estates. The Stewart " King over the water," James VIII. and III., showed 



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his appreciation of the services of Sir Donald of Sleat and of Glengarry by conferring 
on each a peerage. As the Stewarts never again became Kings of Great Britain, 
the grant was ineffective. 

The final appearance of the Clan in the cause of the Stewart dynasty has now 
to be considered. So much has been written about the gallant but ineffectual 

attempt of Prince Charles Edward Stewart to regain the throne of his ancestors 
that no attempt need be made here to follow the general progress of the campaign 
from the raising of the standard at Glenfinnan to the final disastrous day at Drum- 
mossie Moor. It will be sufficient to indicate briefly the part taken by the 
MacDonalds. 

In considering this it has always seemed to us to be an amazing thing how the 
MacDonalds manifested such an active and steady loyalty to the Royal House of 
Stewart. When we study the history of the relations of the two families there 
does not seem to have been much cause for gratitude or loyalty on the part of the 
MacDonalds. It was the cunning and diplomacy of Robert the Stewart that 

induced John of the Isles to divorce his lawful wife, Amy MacRuari, and contract 
the marriage with Robert's daughter, Margaret, which ultimately encompassed 
the ruin of the family and the suppression of the Lordship. 

Successive monarchs of the dynasty did their utmost to suppress and annoy 
the different branches of the Clan at various times, and the Chiefs only received 
empty promises and barren titles for their services on behalf of the Royal family 
when the latter were in exile. 

It is not surprising, therefore, that some of the MacDonald families refrained 
from taking any active part in the ill-starred venture of '45, rather it is surprising 
that so many of them supported the cause which they knew in their hearts to have 
such a slender chance of success. 

Sir Alexander MacDonald of Sleat, although undoubtedly sympathetic to the 
Jacobite cause, could not but remember that the then reigning family had but 
recently acquiesced in the restoration of his estates and that to support the 
apparently hopeless cause of Charles would mean ruin unless complete success was 
obtained. He resolutely refused to join the rising, and did his best to prevent 
his retainers from doing so. 

Old Clanranald, on hearing of the landing of the Prince at Eriska with only 
a few followers and destitute of any resources for conducting a campaign, was 
much concerned and, with his relative, MacDonald of Boisdale, firmly declined to 
countenance the project. Charles, seeing the futility of arguing with these two, 
ordered the ship to proceed to Loch nan Uamh, and anchoring in front of Borrodale 
he sent a messenger in quest of young Clanranald, who was then in Moidart. 
Clanranald obeyed the summons and with several other gentlemen of the district 
waited upon the Prince on board "La Doutelle." They represented the difficulties 
of the situation and the danger of proceeding without the help promised from 
abroad, but the personality of the Prince won the day and before leaving the ship 
Clanranald, Kinlochmoidart and his brother, Ranald, had committed themselves to 
the venture. Young Clanranald was sent to Skye to try to win over Sleat and the 
MacLeod chief, but without success. Owing to the non-participation of his father 
and the consequent loss of his followers from the Islands, young Clanranald had 
only the districts of Morar, Moidart, and Arisaig to draw on and his contingent 
numbered about 250 men. He was given the rank of Colonel, and had as his. 
second-in-command MacDonald of Glenalladale. 



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John MacDonald of Glengarry, the chief at the time of the rising, was not a 
man of the forceful type of his father and he did not take part in the campaign. 
His son, Alastair Ruadh, was deep in the Jacobite councils, and held a commission 
in the French army. He had been in the Highlands in the summer of 1745 and 
was returning to France with various letters from Highland Chiefs, bearing on the 
position there, when a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was staying in 

Edinburgh for a few days on his way and had consigned his dispatches for safe 
keeping during his stay to Father James Leslie, a priest who appeared a good deal 
in evidence later on in connection with the Jacobite intrigues, when he narrowly 
escaped arrest. His friends, however, succeeded in warning him in time and he 
escaped, although it was a few weeks before he found means to cross to France. 
Before he arrived the Prince had sailed for Scotland and he delivered his dispatches 
to the Duke of York. Glengarry subsequently tried to reach this country, but the 
ship in which he sailed was taken by an English frigate and he was lodged in the 
Tower of London. His younger brother, Angus, took command of the Clan, and 
joined the Prince at Glenfinnan with about 500 of his clansmen. 

Alexander MacDonald of Keppoch was also deeply implicated in the Jacobite 
plots. Although much disappointed at the smallness of the Prince's resources he 
decided to throw in his lot with him and proceeded with much enthusiasm to raise 
his Clan and the neighbouring Clans. On their way to Glenfinnan the Keppochs 
had the honour of striking the first blow in the campaign at Highbridge where they 
captured a small party, under Captain Scott, which had been sent from Fort 
Augustus to intercept them. 

The Standard was raised at Glenfinnan on the 17th August, 1745, and, blessed 
by Bishop Hugh MacDonald, the great adventure began. The Prince and his staff 
resolved on a descent on the Lowlands, and on the 4th September they entered 
Perth. From there young Clanranald and Keppoch with a party of their clansmen 
were sent on a foraging expedition to Dundee. They entered the town, boarded two 
vessels in the harbour, and carried off a store of arms and ammunition and returned 
with the spoil to the camp at Perth. From Perth the Highland army proceeded to 
Edinburgh. After resting there three days they heard that Cope had landed at Dun- 
bar and set out to give him battle. It is not necessary to follow the course of the 
remainder of the campaign. Its history is well known, and when we say that the 
MacDonald contingent bore themselves with all their customary bravery and 6lan 
at Prestonpans and at every other engagement in which they participated, we have 
said all that is necessary. At the Battle of Falkirk young Clanranald narrowly 
escaped being killed, and after the battle young Glengarry lost his life as the result 
of an accident. 

On the fatal field of Culloden on 16th April, 1746, the MacDonalds, notwith- 
standing all tales to the contrary, played their part nobly and left dead on the field 
many of their best and bravest, including the gallant chief of Keppoch. 

Culloden ended the rising and blighted all hopes of a restoration of the Stewart 
dynasty. It also ended the history of the Clans as such, but not the making of 
history by individual members of the Clans. 

The story of the wanderings and adventures of the Prince after Culloden ; of hi& 
final escape to France through the heroic efforts of Flora MacDonald ; of Flora's 
further adventures and the part she and her brave husband, MacDonald of Kings- 
burgh, took in the war in America; needs no retelling here. 



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Since then there has never been a time when MacDonalds have not been to the 
fore. In every walk of life their records are to be found. They have produced 
great soldiers — to name only two, Marshal MacDonald (Duke of Tarentum), and 
Sir Hector MacDonald — sailors, statesmen, lawyers, politicians, eminent divines, 
and literary men. In every campaign fought since 1745, in the Peninsula, in the 
Waterloo campaign, in the Crimea, in the Indian Mutiny, in South Africa, in the 
Great War, and in many minor campaigns they have taken an honourable part. 

The families of Glengarry, Clanranald, and Keppoch are not now territorially 
represented in the Highlands, but the Sleat family are still represented in Yorkshire 
as well as in Skye. Many of the cadet families are still resident in the Highlands, and 
the spirit of the Clan still hovers strongly around Lochaber and the Rough Bounds. 

john d. macdonald. 




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ROYAL NAVY. ROYAL MARINES. ROYAL MARINE LIGHT 
INFANTRY. ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE. ROYAL NAVAL 
VOLUNTEER RESERVE. MERCANTILE MARINE RESERVE. 

Officers. 

Donnell, Ernest Tudor. Lieutenant. H.M.S. " Shark.'' Killed in Action at 
Battle of Jutland, 31st May, 191G. Son of the Rev. C. E. Donnell, of 
Stamfordham Vicarage, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

M'Alister, John William. Art. Engineer. H.M.S. " Vanguard." Killed by 
internal explosion of vessel at Scapa Flow, 9th July, 1917. Age 37. Son of 
William M'Alister. Husband of Margaret W. M'Alister, 206 Darnley Street, 
Pollokshi^lds, Glasgow. Born at Devonport. 

M'Allister, John Norquov. Temporary Flight Sub-Lieutennat, R.N. R.N.A.S. 
Killed, 23/6/17. 

MacDonald, Donald Roy. Lieutenant. H.M.S. " Hawke." Killed in Action 
with submarine in North Sea, 15th October, 1914. 

MacDonald, William Norman. Engineer-Commander. H.M.S. " Vanguard." 
Killed by internal explosion of vessel at Scapa Flow, 9th July, 1917. Son of 
John Norman MacDonald and Frances Maria MacDonald, of 8 Clarence 
Road, Southsea. Husband of the late Amy MacDonald (n6e Hudson). 
Native of Portsmouth. 

MacDonald, Donald. Gunner. H.M.S. " Recruit." Killed by mine explosion 
in North Sea, 9th August, 1917. 

MacDonald, Colin Gordon. Temporary Flight Sub-Lieutenant, R.N. R.N.A.S. 
Killed, 11/3/18. 

Maclartv, John. Flight Sub-Lieutenant. R.N.A.S. Drowned in loss of sea- 
plane, 24/8/15. 

Other Ratings. 

Donald, Alfred. Stoker, 1st Class. K/26966. (Chatham). H.M.S. "Derwent." 

Killed by mine explosion in English Channel, 2/5/17. 
Donald, James. Ordinary Telegraphist. J/41205. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

" Gaillardia." Killed by mine explosion in North Sea, 22nd March, 1918. 

Age 17. Son of James and Jeannie White Donald, of Balvornie Cottage, 

Linlithgow. Born at Partick, Glasgow. 
Donald, James. Pettv Officer. (Aircraftsman). 187745. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

"President II." 'Killed, 24/9/17. 
Donald, Marriot Robert. Stoker, 1st Class. S.S. 107927. (R.F.R./Ch./B./ 

10346). H.M.S. "Hawke." Killed in action with submarine in North Sea, 

15/10/14. Age 29. Son of Isabella Donald, of Red Brae Cottage, Carrick- 

fergus, Co. Antrim, and the late Robert Donald. 
M'Alister, William. Ships Corporal, 1st Class. 187783. (Devonport). 

H.M.S. " Monmouth." Killed in Action at Battle of Coronel, 1st November, 

1914. Age 32. Husband of Eliza Prout (formerly M'Alister), of 145 King 

Street, Plymouth. Native of Portrush, Co. Antrim. 

Note. — In the records of deaths throughout the book B. means born, E. means enlisted, and the 
name of a place in brackets, i.e. (Glasgow) is the place of residence of deceased's next-of-kin. 



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M'Allister, Andrew. Stoker, 1st Class. S.S./ 103005. (Chatham). 

(R.F.R./Ch./B.7656). H.M.S. " Hawke." Killed in Action with 

submarine in North Sea, 15/10/14. Age 24. Husband of Susan M'Allister, 

Patterson's Row, Woodburn, Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim. 
M'Allister, Neil. 2nd Sick Berth Steward. M/676. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

" Ganges." Killed, 18/5/16. 
M'Coll, John. Stoker, P.O. 300563. (Devonport). H.M.S. " Arabis." 

Killed in Action with destroyer in North Sea, 11/2/16. Age 30. Son of 

John M'Coll, of Glasgow. Husband of Mary M'Coll, 12 Edale Street, Bridge 

Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester. 
M' Donald, Albert Anthony. Stoker, 1st Class. S.S./ 113062. (Portsmouth). 

H.M.S. " Queen Mary." Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. 

Son of Anthony M'Donald, of 320 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London. 

Native of Rochdale. Age 24. 
M'Donald, Alexander Tom Clerk. Stoker, 1st Class. K/11267. (Chatham). 

H.M.S. " Pathfinder." Killed in Action with submarine off Firth of Forth, 

5/9/14. 
M'Donald, Alfred Alexandria. Stoker P.O. 305199. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. 

" Achilles." Killed, 23/10/18. 
M'Donald, Andrew. A.B. J/212. (Devonport). H.M.S. " Defence." Killed 

in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/3/16. 
M'Donald, Angus. A.B. 218050. (Devonport). H.M.S. " Pheasant." Killed 

by mine explosion off Orkney, 1/3/17. 
M'Donald, Charles. Stoker P.O. 289446. (Portsmouth). (R.F.R./Po./B./3680). 

H.M.S. " Broke." Killed in Action, 10/5/18. "Mentioned in Despatches." 
M'Donald, Donald. Stoker, 1st Class. 284481. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. 

" Hogue." Killed in Action with submarine in North Sea, 22/9/14. 
M'Donald, Douglas. Stoker, 1st Class. (Boatman C.G.). 283756. (Ports- 
mouth). H.M.S. " Majestic." Killed in Action with submarine off 

Dardanelles, 27/5/15. 
M'Donald, Duncan. A.B. (Pensioner). 99808. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. 

" Dolphin." Killed, 1/8/18. 
M'Donald, Ernest James. Armourers Crew. M/15369. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

" Vanguard." Killed by internal explosion of vessel at Scapa Flow, 9/7/17. 
M'Donald, Francis. Junior Reserve Attendant. A.S.B.R. M/34146. (Ports- 
mouth). H.M.S. " Victory." Killed, 9/11/18. 
M'Donald, George. Stoker, 1st Class. K/24039. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. 

" Black Prince." Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. Age 19. 

Son of Mr. L. G. and Mrs. F. A. M'Donald, 1 Longmoor Grove, Aintree. 
M'Donald, James. Stoker, 1st Class. 296416. (Chatham). (R.F.R./Ch./B./9968). 

H.M.S. " Hogue." Killed in Action with submarine in North Sea, 22/9/14. 
M'Donald, James. A.B. J/36476. (Devonport). H.M.S. " Vivid." Killed, 

29/3/20.' 
M'Donald, John Campbell. Leading Telegraphist. J/23443. (Devonport). 

H.M.S. " Black Prince." Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. 
M'Donald, John Riddell. Stoker, 1st Class. S.S./114477. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

Submarine K 17. Drowned through collision in North Sea, 31/1/18. Age 

24. Son of Hugh G. and Sara J. M'Donald, of Central Fire Station, 82 

Chichester Street, Belfast. 
M'Donald, Thomas. Stoker, 1st Class. S.S./110072. H.M.S. " Monmouth." 

Killed in Action at Battle of Coronel, 1/11/14. (Served in Navy as M'Donald). 

Family name, Fincham. 



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M'Donald, Walter Valentine. Painter, 2nd Class. M/5240. (Chatham). 

H.M.S. " Formidable." Killed in Action with submarine in English Channel, 

1/1/15. Age 25. Son of Walter and Adelina M'Donald, 34 Telham Road, 

East Ham, London. 
M'Donald, William. Boy, 1st Class. J/39005. (Devonport). H.M.S. "Natal." 

Killed by internal explosion of vessel in Cromarty Firth, 30/12/15. Age 17. 

Son of Jeannie M'Donald, 6 St. Lawrence Street, Greenock. 
M'Donald, William. Petty Officer. 210701. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. Sub- 
marine D 2. Killed in loss of vessel in North Sea, 1/12/14. Age 29. 

Husband of Violet Ivy M'Donald, Chapel Row, Gosport, Hants. 
M'Innes, Alexander M'Nair. Ordinary Seaman. J/67285. (Devonport). 

H.M.S. " Recruit." Killed by mine explosion in North Sea, 9/8/17. Age 

27. Son of John and Isabella M'Nair M'Innes, of Gourock, and husband of 

Janet Bannatyne M'Innes, Rosemount, Rothesay. (Late of Caledonian Steam 

Packet, Gourock). 
M'Innes, Gilbert. Acting Leading Seaman. 234343. (Devonport). H.M.S. 

" Matador." Killed, 21/2/19. 
M'Intyre, Claude Miller. Engine-Room Artificer. 4th Class. M/11226. 

(Chatham). H.M.S. " Pembroke." Killed, 4/9/17. 
M'Intyre, Duncan. Ordinary Seaman. J/66420. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. 

" Victory." Killed, 13/4/17. 
M'Intyre, Frank. Able Seaman. S.S./5322. (Devonport). H.M.S. "Seagull." 

Drowned through collision in Firth of Clyde, 30/9/18. Age 22. Native of 

Harpurhrey. Husband of A. W. M'Intyre, 3 Old Hall Street, Middleton, 

Manchester. 
M'Intyre, Patrick. Stoker, 1st Class. S.S./115734. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. 

" Black Prince." Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. Age 21. 

Son of John M'Intyre, 38 Vulcan Street, Garston, Liverpool. 
MacCutcheon, William. Leading Carpenter's Crew. M/3198. (Chatham). 

H.M.S. " Russell." Killed, 11/5/16. 
MacDonald, Alexander John. Able Seaman. 225288. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. 

" Invincible." Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. 
MacDonald, Colin. Able Seaman. 228314. (Portsmouth). 

R.F.R./Po./B./4604). H.M.S. " Mersey." Killed in Action with 

" Konigsberg " in Rufigi River, 6/7/15. 
MacDonald, Edwin. Officer's Chief Steward. L/6579. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

" Invincible." Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. 
MacDonald, Frederick. Carpenter's Crew. M/14409. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. 

" Victory." Killed, 31/10/18. 
Mr.cDonald, James. Stoker, 1st Class. S.S./108033. "Devonport." "Howe" 

Battalion. Royal Naval Division. Killed, 4/6/15. 
MacDonald, James Warner. Officer's Steward. 2nd Class. L/9730. (Chat- 
bam). H.M.S. " Nerissa." Killed, 1/3/19. 
MacDonald, John. Stoker, 1st Class. K/12682. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

" Vanguard." Killed by internal explosion of vessel at Scapa Flow, 9/7/17. 

Age 26. Son of the late John and Alice MacDonald, of Liverpool. 
MacDonald, John. Ordinary Seaman. J/72487. (Devonport). H.M.S. 

" Orion." Killed, 31/7/18. 
MacDonald, Malcolm. Ordinary Seaman. J/65578. (Devonport). H.M.S. 

" Vivid." Killed, 12/3/17. 
MacDonald, William. Leading Stoker. 312257. (Portsmouth). H.M.S 

" Invincible." Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. Age 25. 

Son of Louisa MacDonald, Yew Tree Cottages, Warsash, Hants, and the la^e 

William MacDonald. 



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MacDonald, William James Cassimer Thomas. Able Seaman. 220867. (Chat- 
ham). H.M.S. " Formidable." Killed in Action with submarine in English 
Channel, 1/1/15. 

MacDonald, W. T. Able Seaman. 18416. (Portsmouth). Died of Wounds, 
17/6/16. 

M'Kean, James. Leading Seaman. 209507. (Devonport). (R.F.R./Dev./B./5698). 
H.M.S. " Laurentic." Killed by mine explosion off North Irish Coast, 

25/1/17. Age 32. Son of James and Mary Ann M'Kean, of 24 Canning 
Street, Belfast. 

M'Kechnie, Colin. Leading Seaman. 157509. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Lord 
Nelson." Killed in Action at landing on Gallipoli, 25/4/15. Age 38 Son 
of Neil and Euphemia M'Kechnie, of Greenock. " Mentioned in Despatches." 

M'Kechnie, Angus. Ordinary Seaman. SS/4861. H.M.S. " Monmouth." 

Killed in Action at Battle of Coronel, 1/11/14. Age 19. Son of the late 
Charles M'Kechnie, of Greenock. 

M'Kechnie, William George Ernest. 2nd Cook's Mate. M/1777. H.M.S. 
" Good Hope." Killed in Action at the Battle of Coronel, 1/11/16. 

ROYAL MARINES. 

Donald, Josiah Alfred. L/Corporal. Deal/38 (S.). Divisional Engineers. 

Royal Naval Division. Killed, 14/2/15. 
MacDonald, Edward Stanley. Private. Deal/2518 (S.). Divisional Train. 

Royal Naval Division. 'Killed, 13/11/18. 

ROYAL MARINE LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Darrock, Elmer Robert. Private. Plymouth/15645. H.M. Yacht, " Warrior." 

Killed, 19/10/18. 
M'Allister, Thomas. Private. Portsmouth/12655. H.M.S. " Bulwark." Killed 

by internal explosion of vessel off Sheerness, 20/11/14. 
M'Donald, Donald. Private. Plymouth/9076. H.M.S. " M. 28." Killed, 

20/1/18. 
M'Donald, Frank Edward. Private. Portsmouth/ 16243. H.M.S. "Britannia." 

Killed, 9/11/18. 
M'Donald, James. Private. Chatham/919 (S.). 1st Battalion R.M. Royal 

Naval Division. Killed, 13/11/16. 
M'Donald, Malcolm. Private. Chatham/16426. H.M.S. " Vanguard." 

Killed by internal explosion of vessel at Scapa Flow, 9/7/17. 
M'Donald, Thomas. Private. Chatham/14760. Chatham Battalion Royal 

Naval Division. Killed, 15/6/15. 
M'Donald, William Thomas. Private. Portsmouth/18416. Portsmouth Division 

R.M. L.I. Killed, 6/6/16. 
MTntyre, Thomas William. Corporal. Plymouth/14645. H.M.S. " Pegasus." 

Killed, 20/9/14. 
MacDonald, Peter. Private. Plymouth/17'511. 2nd R.M. Division. Royal 

Naval Division. Killed, 27/11/17. 
MacDonald, Thomas. Private. Plymouth/15645. H.M.S. " Black Prince." 

Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. Age 22. Son of James 

MacDonald, 6f Ship Street, Barrow-in-Furness. 



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ROYAL MARINE LABOUR CORPS. 

M'Donald, Robert. Private. Deal 12776 (S.). R.M.L. Co. Boulogne. Died, 

22/12/17. 
M'Donald, Thomas. Private. Deal 9525 (S.). R.M.L. Co. Calais. Died, 

4/11/18. 

ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE. 



Officers. 



R.N.R. 



Drifter 



Yacht, " Rhonma." 
Fizzer." Killed, 



R.N.R. " Pontypool.' 



Darroch, Archibald. Temporary Lieutenant. 

Killed, 17/10/18. 
Donaldson, Thomas. Temporary Skipper. R.N.R. 

6/6/16. 
M'Allister, George Henry. Temporary Lieutenant. 

Killed, 23/5/19. 
M'Donald, William Begg. Engineer Lieutenant. D.S.C., R.N.R. H.M.S. 

" Stonecrop." Killed in Action with submarine in Atlantic, 18/9/17. Age 

36. Son of Mrs. Mary F. M'Donald, 28 Coventry Road, Polygon, 

Southampton. 
M'Alister, Donald. Temporary Lieutenant. R.N.R. Gunner. Killed, 16/2/19. 
MacDonald, Donald. Temporary Lieutenant. R.N.R. H.M.S. " Ascot." 

Killed in Action with submarine off Fame Islands, 10/11/18. Age 25. Son 

of Margaret MacDonald, 10 Holm, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, John Robert. Skipper. R.N.R. H.M. Drifter, " Laurella." 

Accidentally Drowned, 29/11/17. Age 49. Son of John and Barbara 

MacDonald, of Reay, Thurso, Caithness. Husband of Isabella Sinclair 

MacDonald, of Laurelia Cottage, Wick. Commodore of Wick Fishing 

Fleet, 1902-1914. 
MacDonald, Robert. Assistant Engineer. R.N.R. H.M.S. " Princess Irene." 

Killed by internal explosion of vessel off Sheerness, 27/5/15. Age 39. Son 

of Robert and Margaret MacDonald, of Leith. 
M'Kechnie, William. Skipper. R.N.R. H.M.S. " Osiris." Died of 

Pneumonia, 19/4/16. 

Other Ratings. 

Donald, James Stephenson. Trimmer. S.T./542. H.M.S. "Hythe." Drowned 

through collision off Dardanelles, 29/10/15. 
Donaldson, Charles. Trimmer. T.S./1427. (Chatham). H.M.S. "Wallington." 

Killed, 20/3/18. 
Donaldson, John. Acting Leading Seaman. A/6503. (Portsmouth). S.S. 

" Heathpark." Killed in Action with submarine, 5/10/18. Age 21. Son 

of Thomas and Elizabeth Donaldson, 13 Elcho Place, Cockenzie. 
Donaldson, William Smith. Trimmer. D.A./593. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

Trawler, " Limewoll." Killed, 23/1/17. 
M'Allister, Hector. Seaman. A/7077. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. " Royalist." 

Killed, 22/5/15. 
M'Allister, Hugh. Deck Hand. S.D./3133. H.M. P.M.S. "Queen of the 

North." Killed by mine explosion off Oxfordness, 20/7/17. 
M'Allister, John Livingstone. Trimmer Cook. T.C/769. H.M. Trawler, 

" Thomas Cornwall." Drowned through collison off Flamborough Head, 

29/10/18. 
M'Crindle, William Andrew. Deck Hand. D.A./21141. (Portsmouth). 

H.M.S. " Pembroke." Killed, 2/8/18. 



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M'Connell, Daniel. Stoker. S/3799. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. " Defence." 

Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. 
M'Connell, J. Leading Seaman. R.N.R. Battalion, " Anson." Died of Wounds, 

12/5/15. 
M'Donald, Adam Lawson Trimmer. T.S./5685. (Portsmouth). H.M. 

Trawler, " Pelagos." Killed, 13/4/17. 
M'Donald, Alexander. Leading Seaman. C/2046. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

" Nairn." Drowned in wreck of H.M. Yacht, " Iolaire " at Stornoway, 

1/1/19. Son of John and Bella M'Donald, of Lower Bayble, Stornoway. 
Husband of Margaret M'Donald, 28 Lower Bayble, Stornoway. 
M'Donald, Angus. Seaman. A/4433. (Chatham). S.S. " Themistocles." 

Killed, 13/12/18. 
M'Donald, Angus. Acting Leading Seaman. A/ 3091. (Chatham). S.S. 

" Bronwen." Killed, 27/11/18. 
M'Donald, Colin. Seaman. C/1515. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Newmarket.' 
Killed in loss of vessel in East Mediterranean, 17/7/17. Age 44. Son of 
Norman M'Donald. Husband of Effie M'Donald, 2 Brae, Barvas. 

Stornoway. 
M'Donald, David. Signal Boy. S.B./1265. (Portsmouth). H.M. Yacht, 

" Iolaire." Drowned in wreck at Stornoway, 1/1/19. 
M'Donald, Donald. Acting Leading Seaman. A/2264. (Chatham). S.S. 

" Glenfruin." Killed, 30/1/18. 
M'Donald, Donald. Leading Deck Hand. S.D./3516 (Chatham). H.M.S. 

" Driel Castle." Killed, 1/1/19. 
M'Donald, Donald. Seaman. A/5355. (Chatham). S.S. " Euphorsia." 

Killed in Action with submarine in English Channel, 1/12/17. Son of 
Donald and Catherine M'Donald, 44 New Park, Lower Bayble, Stornoway. 
M'Donald, Donald. Deck Hand. D.A./17809. (Chatham). H.M. Drifter, 

" Santora." Killed, 1/1/19. 
M'Donald, Evander. Seaman. C/2997. (Chatham). S.S. " Bulgarian." 

Killed in Action with submarine in Atlantic, 20/1/17. Age 40. Son of 
Angus and Catherine Ferguson M'Donald. Husband of Catherine M'Lennan 
M'Donald, 15 Coll, Back, Stornoway. Served in South African War. 
M'Donald, Finlay. Seaman. A/7789. (Chatham). H.M. Trawler, " Balfour." 
Killed by explosion off Sheerness, 28/11/17. Age 21. Son of Angus and 
Mary M'Donald, 3 Ranish, Lochs, Stornoway. 
M'Donald, George Duffus. Engine Room Artificer. E.C./31. (Chatham). H.M.S. 
" Cressy." Killed in Action with submarine in North Sea, 22/9/14. Age 
41. Husband of Emma M'Donald, 2 Northend Terrace, Wallsend. Native 
of Aberdeen. 
M'Donald, James. Deck Hand. S.D./1050. (Chatham). H.M. Trawler, 
" Lord Lister." Killed in Action assisting H.M.S. " Algarian " off Irish 
Coast, 1/3/18. 
M'Donald, John. Seaman. A/3074. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Emperor of India. 

Killed, 1/1/19. 
M'Donald, John. Deck Hand. S.D./4949. (Chatham). H.M. Trawler, 

" Othonna." Killed by mine explosion off Fife Ness, 20/4/17. Age 19. 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. M'Donald, of Aird Dell, Ness, Stornoway. 
M'Donald, John. Stoker (Acting Engineman). S/1497. (Portsmouth). H.M. 

P.M.S. " Mercury." Killed, 7/6/17. 
M'Donald, John. Seaman. C/3042. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Seagull. 

Drowned through collision in Firth of Clyde, 30/9/18. 



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M'Donald, John. Deck Hand. S.D./2834. (Chatham). H.M. Trawler, 

" Corrie Roy." Accidentally Drowned, 5/5/17. Age 19. Son of Donald 

and Mary M'Donald, 57 South Bragar, Stornoway. 
M'Donald, John. Seaman. A/3382. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Duke of Albany." 

Killed in Action with submarine in North Sea, 24/8/16. Son of Margaret 

M'Donald, of 9 Kirkibost, Bernera, Stornoway, and the late Norman 

M'Donald. 
M'Donald, John. Seaman. A/4490. (Chatham). H.M.S. "Seahorse."- 

Killed, 1/1/19. 
M'Donald, John Murdo. Deck Hand. D.A./14335. (Chatham). H.M. 

Drifter, " Ocean Gift." Killed, 2/7/17. 
M'Donald, John Walker. Engineman. T.S./411. (Portsmouth). H.M. 

Trawler, " Cleon." Killed bv mine explosion off Folkestone, 1/2/18. 
M'Donald, Murdo. Seaman. B./2964. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Defence." 

Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. Age 32. Son of Donald and 

Christina M'Leod M'Donald, of Leurbost, Stornoway, and husband of Mary 

M'Rae M'Donald, Leurbost, Stornoway. 
M'Donald, Roderick. Acting Leading Seaman. B./3929. (Portsmouth). S.S. 

" Islandmore." Killed in Action with submarine in Mediterranean, 3/6/17. 

Son of Mrs. A. M'Donald. Husband of R. M'Donald, 2 Stirkhill, Poolewe, 

Ross-shire. 
M'Donnell, Michael. Stoker. S/9094. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Rifleman." 

Killed, 25/7/18. 
M'Donnell, Patrick. Stoker. S/8468. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. " Hampshire." 

Killed by mine explosion off Orkneys, 5/6/16. 
M'Hugh, Michael. Stoker. S/1879. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Cressy." Killed 

in Action with submarine in North Sea, 22/9/14. Son of Mrs. Mary Ann 

M'Hugh, 13 Garbutt Street, Midcllesborough, and the late Bernard M'Hugh. 
M'Innes, Alexander. Deck Hand. S.D./4492. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Vivid." 

Killed, 13/5/16. 
M'Innes, Anthony. Deck Hand. S.D./1042. (Chatham). H.M. Trawler, 

" Teal." Killed, 28/10/15. 
M'Innes, Malcolm. Seaman. A/8896. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Dublin." 

Drowned in wreck of H.M. Yacht, " Iolaire " at Stornoway, 1/1/19. Age 

26. Son of Murdo and Mary M'Innes, 2 Lenneway, Stornoway. 
M'Innes, Norman. Seaman. C/1686. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Hermes." 

Killed in Action with submarine in Straits of Dover, 31/10/14. Age 39. 

Son of Angus and Catherine M'Innes. Husband of the late Annie M'Innes. 
M'Innes, Peter. Deck Hand. D.A./13995. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. " Halcyon 

II." Killed, 28/12/16. 
MTntire, George William. Trimmer Cook. T.C./137. (Chatham). H.M. 

Trawler, " John Donovan." Killed, 20/3/17. 
M'Intyre, Angus. Deck Hand. S.D./1677. (Portsmouth). H.M.M.L. " 282." 

Killed, 25/4/18. 
MTlwrath, Samuel. Stoker. S/2045. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. "Invincible." 

Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. 
M'Rury, John. Deck Hand. S.D./2564. (Portsmouth). H.M. Drifter, 

" Clover Bank." Killed in Action off Belgian Coast, 24/4/16. Age 28. 

Son of Donald and Kate M'Rury, Kilerivagh, Benbecula. 
MacDonald, Alexander. Acting Leading Seaman. B/4509. (Chatham). S.S. 

" Conch." Killed in Action with submarine off Anvil Point, 7/12/16. Age. 

35. Son of Malcolm and Catherine Munro, of 2 Knock Point, Stornoway. 

Husband of Annie Munro MacDonald, 25 Coll Back, Stornoway. 



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MacDonald, Alexander. 2nd Deck Hand. D.A./11708. (Chatham). H.M.S. 
" Pembroke." Drowned in wreck of H.M. Yacht, " Iolaire " at Stornoway, 
1/1/19. Age 40. Son of Margaret MacDonald, 7 Newballey, Laxdale, by 
Stornoway. 

MacDonald, Alexander John, D.S.M. Acting Leading Seaman. A/6194. 



(Chatham). S.S. " Wyndhurst 

English Channel, 7/12/17. Age 21. 

Voller, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, Angus. Deck Hand. A/3467. 

Killed by mine explosion off Irish Coast 

and Mary MacDonald, 7 Tobson, Bernera, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, Angus. Seaman. S.D./1444. (Chatham). 

" Hirose." Killed by mine explosion in North Sea, 29/6/16. 
MacDonald, Angus. Deck Hand. 2597. (Portsmouth) 

rose." Killed, 1/1/19. 
MacDonald, Angus. Seaman 

Killed, 1/1/19. 
MacDonald, Angus. 

Killed, 1/1/19. 

MacDonald, Angus MacDonald. Engine Room Artificer. E.A./1999. (Ports- 
mouth). S.S. " Maloja." Killed by mine explosion off Dover, 27/2/16. 
MacDonald, Donald. Seaman. A/5296. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Vernon." 

Drowned in wreck of H.M. Yacht, " Iolaire " at Stornoway, 1/1/19. Age 

23. Son of Donald and Henrietta Macleod MacDonald, of 35 Arnol, Barvas, 

Stornoway. 

Seaman. A/3947. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Mars." 



Seaman. 



D/1830. 

A/4554. 



Killed in Action with submarine in 
Son of Torquil MacDonald, 4 Port 

(Chatham). H.M.S. " Laurentic." 
25/1/17. Age 25. Son of Norman 



H.M. Trawler, 

. Drifter, "Prim- 

Imperieuse." 



(Chatham) 



H.M.S. 



(Chatham). H.M.S. " Excellent." 



Seaman. C/2373. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Muskerry." 



MacDonald, Donald. 

Killed, 25/2/19. 
MacDonald, Donald. 

Killed, 1/1/19. 
MacDonald, Donald. Leading Seaman. A/3825. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

" Moresby." Killed in Action with submarine in Mediterranean, 28/11/16. 

Age 27. Son of Norman and Christy MacDonald, 39 Lower Shaders, 

Barvas, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, Donald. Leading Deck Hand. D.A./12453. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

" Pembroke." Killed, 1/1/19. 
MacDonald, Donald. Leading Seaman. B/2688. 

" Ganges." Drowned in wreck of H.M. Yacht, 

1/1/19. Son of Angus and Mary M'Donald. 
MacDonald, Donald. Seaman. A/5351. (Chatham). S.S. " Mandola." 

Drowned in wreck of H.M. Yacht, " Iolaire " at Stornoway, 1/1/19. Age 

27. Son of John and Marv MacDonald, 13 Swanbost, Ness, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, Donald. Seaman.' A/3911. (Chatham). S.S. " Windsor Hall." 

Killed in Action with submarine in Mediterranean. 17/1/18. Age 29. Son 

of Donald and Margaret MacDonald, 20 Crowlista, Miavaig, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, Dugald Henry. Seaman. A/7325. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. 

" Vivid." Killed, 1/3/15. 

E.S./4503. 



(Chatham). H.M.S. 
Iolaire " at Stornoway, 



MacDonald, Duncan. Engineman. 

" Amethyst." Killed, 2/6/16. 
MacDonald, Ewen. Deck Hand. 

" John Gray." Killed, 1/1/19. 
MacDonald, George. Engineman 

" John Robert." Killed 

Age 35. Husband of 

Fraserburgh. 



D.A./19896. 
E.S./1442. 



(Portsmouth). 
(Chatham). 



H.M. Yacht, 



H.M. Trawler, 
H.M. Drifter, 



(Portsmouth), 
by mine explosion in East Mediterranean, 1/2/19. 
Christina Jack MacDonald, 44 Hanover Street, 



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MacDonald, George Alexander. Trimmer. T.S./3288. (Portsmouth). H.M. 

Trawler, " Cleon." Killed by mine explosion oil Folkestone, 1/2/18. 

Husband of Christina MacDonald, 20 Seamount Place, Aberdeen. 
MacDonald, Harry. Deck Hand. D.A./12209. (Devonport). H.M.S. 

" Europa." Killed, 6/12/18. 
MacDonald, John. Seaman. B/3478. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Partridge." 

Accidentally Drowned, 14/2/15. Brother of Donald MacDonald, 16 Clyde 

Street, Dumbarton. Native of Shawbost, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, John. Seaman. A/8212. (Portsmouth). S.S. " Conch." Killed 

in Action with submarine off Anvil Point, 7/12/16. Age 22. Son of John 

and Catherine Robertson MacDonald, of Fearns, Raasay. Native of Sleat. 
MacDonald, John. Seaman. B'3339. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Emperor of 

India." Killed, 1/1/19. 
MacDonald, John. Deck Hand. D.A./19654. (Chatham). H.M. Drifter, 

" Boy George." Killed, 1/1/19. 
MacDonald, John. Leading Seaman. C/2554. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

" Arrogant." Drowned in wreck of H.M. Yacht, " Iolaire " at Stornoway, 

1/1/19. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Angus MacDonald, 16 Crowlista, 

Stornoway. Husband of Rachael Nicolson MacDonald, 16 Crowlista, 

Miavaig, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, John. Seaman. A/7320. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Hythe." 

Drowned through collision off Dardanelles, 29/10/15. Son of Angus and 

Annie MacDonald, 2 Swordale, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, John. Leading Deck Hand. D.A./14142. (Chatham). H.M. 

Trawler, " Emley." Killed by mine explosion off Firth of Forth, 28/4/18. 

Son of Donald MacDonald, 2 Upper Garrabost, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, John. Stoker, 1st Class. D.A./21078. (Chatham). H.M. 

Drifter, " Gema." Killed, 1/1/19. 
MacDonald, John. Seaman. A/2558. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Venerable." 

Killed, 1/1/19. 
MacDonald, Kenneth Norman. Deck Hand. D.A./14514. (Portsmouth). 

H.M.S. " Prize." Killed in Action with submarine in Atlantic, 14/8/17. 

Age 19. Son of Kenneth and Mrs. Catherine MacDonald, York Cottage, 

Plockton, Ross-shire. Student of Aberdeen University. 
MacDonald, Malcolm. Seaman. C/1874. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Victory." 

Drowned in wreck of H.M. Yacht, " Iolaire " at Stornoway, 1/1/19. Son 

of Angus and Annie MacDonald, of South Bragar, Barvas, Stornoway. 

Husband of Isabella MacDonald (nie Smith), 57 South Bragar, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, Malcolm John. Wireless Telegraph Operator.' W.T.S./172.. 

(Portsmouth). H.M. Trawler, " Asia." Killed by mine explosion off 

Shetland Islands, 12/9/17. Age 23. Son of George and Elizabeth Maclnnes 

MacDonald, Lochside, Lairg, Sutherlandshire. 
MacDonald, Murdo. Deck Hand. D.A./11997. (Chatham). H.M. Drifter, 

" Aspire." Killed, 1/1/19. 
MacDonald, Murdo. Seaman. A/9534. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Pembroke." 

Drowned in wreck of H.M. Yacht, " Iolaire " at Stornoway, 1/1/19. Age 

18. Son of Murdo and Mary Ann MacDonald, 15 Borve, Barvas, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, Murdo. Acting Leading Seaman. A/2533. (Chatham). S.S. 

" Hollington." Killed in Action with submarine off Faeroe Islands, 22/6/17. 

Age 29. Son of Murdo and Mary MacDonald, 13 Swordale Point, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, Murdo. Seaman. B/2790. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Otway." 

Killed in Action with submarine in North Atlantic, 22/7/17. 
MacDonald, Murdo. Deck Hand. D.A./20516. (Chatham). H.M.S. 

" Venerable." Killed, 1/1/19. 



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MacDonald, Murdoch. Seaman. C/1900. (Portsmouth). H.M. Trawler, 

" Epworth." Killed, 22/5/17. 
MacDonald, Murdoch. Seaman. 19006. (Portsmouth). H.M. Trawler, 

" Epworth." Drowned through collision in North Sea, 22/5/17. Age 45. 

Son of David and Dolina MacLeod MacDonald, of Polin, Kinlochbervie. 

Husband of Sidney C. MacDonald, Polin, Kinlochbervie. 
MacDonald, Murdoch M'Lean. Seaman. D/2266. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. 

" Invincible." Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. Age 39., 

Son of Murdoch MacLean, 88 Princes Street, Thurso. Husband of Lizzie 

MacLean, 34 Vansittart Street, Wick. (Served as MacDonald, but MacLean 

stated to be the true family name). 
MacDonald, Neil. Acting Leading Seaman. A/3335. (Chatham). S.S. 

" Arabis. " Killed in Action with submarine in Atlantic, 16/9/17. Son of 

Angus and Annie MacDonald, 21 Ballentrushall, Barvas, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, Norman. Acting Leading Seaman. C/2750. (Chatham). S.S. 

" Cairndhu." Killed in Action with submarine in English Channel, 16/4/17. 

Son of John and Annie MacDonald, of Eorobie, Ness. Husband of Johanna 

MacDonald, 22 Eorobie, Ness, Lewis. 
MacDonald, Norman. Deck Hand. S.D./1031. (Chatham). H.M.S. "Duchess 

of Montrose." Killed, 18/3/17. 
MacDonald, Norman. Seaman. B/3279. (Chatham). H.M.S. " Laurentic." 

Killed by mine explosion off Irish Coast, 25/1/17. Son of Norman and 

Christy MacDonald, 5 Breaclet, Bernera, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, Roderick. Stoker. T/2458. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. " Queen 

Mary." Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. 
MacDonald, Roderick. Seaman. A/8302. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. " Victory." 

Killed, 8/2/18. 

Seaman. A/2966. (Chatham). H.M.S. "Wal- 



MacDonald, Roderick John. 

lington." Killed, 1/1/19. 
MacDonald, William. Deck Hand. 

" Surf." Killed, 1/1/19. 
M'Donald, William, D.S.M. 

" Blairhall." Killed i 



D.A./14360. (Chatham). 



H.M.S. 



Leading Seaman. A/8270. (Chatham). S.S. 
Action with submarine off Sunderland, 26/7/18. 

Age 32. Son of John and Isabella M'Donald, Bayble, Stornoway. Husband 

of Catherine M'Donald, 37 Lower Bayble, Stornoway. 
MacDonald, William John. Stoker. S/7610. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. " Queen 

Mary." Killed in Action at Battle of Jutland, 31/5/16. Age 26. Son of 

William and M. MacDonald, 59 Huntly Street, Inverness. 
Maclnnes, David. Deck Hand. D.A./19531. (Chatham). H.M. Trawler, 

" Daniel Henley." Killed, 1/1/19. 
Maclnnes, Norman. Leading- Seaman. A/5476. (Chatham). H.M. Yacht, 

" Conqueror II." Killed in Action with submarine off Fair Island, 26/9/16. 

Age 25. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Murdo Maclnnes, 2 Hill Street, North 

Tolsta, Stornoway. 
Maclntyre, John. Deck Hand. D.A./13383. (Chatham). H.M.S. "Victory." 

Killed, 3/1/17. 

ROYAL NAVAL VOLUNTEER RESERVE. 



Donaldson, Richard, M.C 
Killed, 5/9/18 



Officers. 
Lieutenant R.N.V.R. 



R.N.D. (Anson Battalion). 

jvinea, u/j/io. 
Maclntyre, John Ebenezer. Temporary Surgeon Probationer, R.N.V.K. 

" Ardent." Killed, 31/5/16. 



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Other Ratings. 



Drake Battalion. 



M'Donald, Angus. 

Naval Division. 
M'Donald, Donald. 

Naval Division. 

M'Donald, Edward. 

Naval Division. 

M'Donald, George. 



Drake Battalion. 
Nelson Battalion. 



Royal 
Royal 
Royal 

Anson Battalion. Royal 
Collingwood Battalion. 
Royal 



Donald, Alexander. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/590. Hood Battalion. Royal 

Naval Division. Killed, 13/7/16. 
Donaldson, George Henry. Leading Seaman. (H.G.). Tyneside Z/448. Hood 

Battalion. Royal Naval Division. Killed, 26/10/17. 
Donaldson, Joseph. Able Seaman. Tyneside Z/3460. Hawke Battalion. Royal 

Naval Division. Killed, 4/2/17. 
Donaldson, Thomas. Able Seaman. Tyneside Z/8268. Anson Battalion., 

Royal Naval Division. Killed, 25/3/18. 
M'Allister, William. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/1602. Anson Battalion. Royal 

Naval Division. Killed, 11/7/17. 
M'Crindle, Samuel. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/6010. Drake Battalion. Royal 

Naval Division. Killed, 13/11/16. 
M'Donald, Alexander. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/3577. Hawke Battalion. 

Roval Naval Division. Killed, 15/2/17. 
M'Donald, Alexander. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/2651. 

Naval Division. Killed, 27/9/18. 

Able Seaman. Clyde Z/6976. 

Killed, 23/4/17. 

Petty Officer. Clvde Z/2016. 

Killed, 13/11/16. ' 

Leading Seaman. Mersey 5/73. 

Killed, 6/5/15. 

Able Seaman. Tyneside Z/1740. 

Royal Naval Division. Killed, 4/6/15. 
M'Donald, Hugh. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/5552. 

Naval Division. Killed, 23/4/17. 
M'Donald, James. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/2572. 

Naval Division. Killed, 29/10/17. 
M'Donald, John. Petty Officer. Clyde Z/1346. 

Naval Division. Killed, 13/11/16. 
M'Donald, Malcolm. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/229. 

Naval Division. Killed, 4/6/15. 
M'Donald, Peter. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/4565. 

Naval Division. Killed, 24/4/17. 
M'Donald, Richard Homister. Acting Leading Seaman. X/554. 

Battalion. Royal Naval Division. Killed, 20/7/17. 
M'Donald, William. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/1925. Collingwood Battalion. 

Royal Naval Division. Killed, 4/6/15. 
M'Donald, William Melville. Able Seaman. Clyde Z./556. Nelson Battalion. 

Royal Naval Division. Killed, 20/5/17. 
M'Innes, Archibald. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/5828. Hawke Battalion. Royal 

Naval Division. Killed, 19/10/18. 
M'Innes, Robert. Able Seaman. R/2208. Howe Battalion. Royal Naval 

Division. Killed, 26/10/17. 
M'Intyre, Archibald. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/6896. (Portsmouth). H.M.S. 

" Hampshire." Killed by mine explosion off Orkneys, 5/6/16. Son of 

William M'Intyre, 495 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 
M'Intyre, William Cameron. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/624. Collingwool Bat- 
talion. Royal Naval Division. Killed, 4/6/15. 
MacDonald, Alfred. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/2412. Anson Battalion. Royal 

Naval Division. Killed, 15/11/16. 



Howe Battalion. 
Hawke Battalion. 



Hawke Battalion. 



Howe Battalion. 
Hawke Battalion. 



Royal 
Royal 
Royal 
Royal 
Anson 



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MacDonald, Donald Bannerman. Signalman. Clyde Z/8157. H.M.S. "Brisk." 
Killed by mine explosion off Irish Coast, 2/10/17. Age 19. Son of Malcolm 
and Margaret MacDonald, 108 Roselea Drive, Dennistoun, Glasgow. 
Educated at Allan Glen's School, when he was Headmaster's Secretary 
during his last year. 

Maclntyre, Peter. Able Seaman. Clyde Z/3623. Drake Battalion. Royal 
Naval Division. Killed, 4/9/18. 

MERCANTILE MARINE RESERVE. 

Officer. 
MacDonald, William. Mate. Trawler " Lavinia." Killed, 7/10/18. 

Other Ratings. 

Donaldson, William. Fireman. (Devonport). H.M. Yacht, " Goissa." Killed 

by mine explosion in Dardanelles, 15/11/18. 
M'Donald, Hugh Cameron. Greaser. 670404. (Devonport). H.M.S. 

" Andes." Accidentally Drowned, 18/2/17. 
M'Donald, James. Fireman. (Devonport). H.M.S. " Stephen Furness." 

Killed in Action with submarine in Irish Sea, 13/12/17. Aged 43. 
M'Donald, John E. Steward. 650806. (Devonport). H.M.S. " Patic." 

Killed in Action with submarine in Bristol Channel, 13/6/18. Age 37 Son 

of Edward and Catherine Bell M'Donald, of Glasgow, and husband of 

Catherine Donnolly M'Donald, of Glasgow. 
M'Donald, Laurence. Fireman. 683636. H.M.S. " Stephen Furness." Killed 

in Action with submarine in Irish Sea, 13/12/17. 
M'Donald, Robert. Trimmer. (Devonport). H.M.S. " Laurentic." Killed by 

mine explosion off North Irish Coast, 25/1/17. Age 18. Son of Robert 

and Minnie M'Donald, 48 Maplin Road, Custom House, London. 
M'Donald, William. Leading Fireman. 953322. H.M.S. " Tentonic." Killed 

20/9/18. 
M'Donnell, George Frederick. Fireman. 905338. (Devonport). H.M.S. 

" Foyle." Killed by mine explosion in Straits of Dover, 15/3/17. Age 18. 

Son of Richard and Catherine Nelson M'Donnell, 4 Grace Street, Birkenhead. 
M'Intyre, Malcolm. Officer's Cooks Mate. H.M.S. " Hazel." Killed, 12/3/15. 
M'Intyre, Patrick. Greaser. 249932. (Devonport). H.M.S. " Vicknor." 

Drowned in loss of vessel off Irish Coast, 13/1/15. Age 52. Son of Patrick 

and Mary Ann M'Intyre, Hogganfield, Lanarkshire. 
M'Kechnie, Archibald. A.B./908175. H.M.S. " Redbreast." Killed in Action 

with submarine in Mediterranean, 15/7/17. Age 26. Son of Duncan and 

Margaret M'Kechnie, Inver, Fionphort, Mull. 
MacDonald, Kenneth. Steward. H.M. Yacht, " Sanda." Killed in Action off 

Belgian Coast, 25/9/15. Son of Annie MacDonald, 6 Alma Crescent, Oban. 
MacDonald, Norman. Seaman. M.F.A. " Ermine." Killed in Action with 

submarine in ^gean Sea, 2/8/17. Son of Donald and Alexander T. 

MacDonald, 4 Porter Street, Ibrox. 



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BRITISH MERCHANT SHIPS AND FISHING VESSELS. 

Officers. 

M'Donald, Hugh. Age 38. Master. B. Iona. R. . S.S. "Garmoyle." 

Drowned at Sea, 10/7/17. 
M'Donald, Archibald. Age 28. 2nd Engineer. B. Hulme. R. Manchester. 

S.S. " Seagull." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 16/3/18. 
M'Donald, D. Age 38. 2nd Engineer. B. Kintyre. R. Gigha, Argyll. S.S. 

" Glenfruin." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 26/1/18. 
MacDonald, George. Age 31. 2nd Officer. B. . R. New Zealand. 

S.S. " Aparmia." Drowned at Sea, 19/11/17. 
M'Donald, H. Age 21. 7th Engineer. B. Liverpool. R. 16 Annesley Road, 

Wallasey. S.S. " Ausonia." Drowned at Sea, 30/5/18. 
M'Donald, J. A. Age 26. 4th Engineer. B. Glencoe. R. " Glencoe," London 

Road, Leith. S.S. " Minnehaha." Drowned at Sea, 7/9/17. 
MacDonald, John. Age 34. 1st Mate. B. Orkney. R. 11 Polwarth Gardens, 

Edinburgh. S.S. " England." Killed at Sea, 23/5/17. 
MacDonald, Ludovic. Age 22. 5th Engineer. B. Glasgow. R. 60 Tollcross 

Road, Glasgow. S.S. " Clan Murray." Drowned at Sea, 29/5/17. 
M'Donald, M. Age 41. 1st Mate. B. Inverness. R. Cove Cottage, Langbank. 

S.S. " Mangara." Killed or Drowned North Sea, 28/7/15. Ship sunk by 

enemy. 
M'Donald, S. A. Age 28. Senior 4th Engineer. B. Australia. R. 20 Septem- 
ber Road, Liverpool. S.S. " Celtic." Supposed Drowned or Killed at Sea, 

31/3/18. 
M'Donald, T. Age 42. 2nd Mate. B. Ireland. R. Sunderland. S.S. 

" Thames." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 14/8/17. 
MacDonald, Walter. Age 34. 2nd Engineer. B. St. John, New Brunswick. 

R. Old Ship Hotel, Leith. S.S. " Westminster." Drowned a* Sea, 

14/12/16. 

Other Ratings. 

MacDonald, A. Age 25. Fireman. B. Sligo. R. 8 Kilberry Street, Glasgow. 

S.S. " Turnbridge." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 7/7/18. 
M'Donald, A. Age . . B. . R. . S.S. " Wynd- 

hurst." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 6/12/17. 
MacDonald, A. Age 30. Mess Steward. B. Mauritius. R. 9 Hydepark Street, 

Glasgow. S.S. " Idaho." Died in Hospital, Cardiff, of scalds and burns, 

24/8/18. 
MacDonald, A. P. Age 21. A.B. B. Kingsbarns. R. Grimsby. S.S. 

" Duckbridge." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 22/2/16. Ship sunk by a mine. 
M'Donald, Andrew. Age 36. Greaser. B. Leith. R. 66 Kirkgate, Leith. 

S.S. " Malvina." Drowned at Sea, 2/8/18. 
M'Donald, Angus. Age 32. Donkeyman. B. Inverness. R. . S.S. 

" Garmoyle." Drowned at Sea, 10/7/17. 
M'Donald, B. Age 19. 2nd Cook. B. Glasgow. R. 125 Albert Road, 

Glasgow. S.S. " Lodaner." Drowned at Sea, 14/4/18. 



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M'Donald, C. Age 41. Sailor. B. Waterford. R. 22 Tatton Street, Salford. 

S.S. " Ludgate." Drowned at Sea, 26/7/17. 

MacDonald, C. Age . Cadet. B. . R. New Zealand. S.S. 

" Aparima." Drowned at Sea, 19/11/17. 
MacDonald, D. Age 22. Seaman. B. Stornoway. R. 44 Lower Bayble, 

Stornoway. S.S. " Euphorobia." Missing at Sea, 1/12/17. 
M'Donald, D. Age . Seaman. B. . R. . S.S. " Glen- 

fruin." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 26/1/18. 
M'Donald, D. J. Age 21. Sailor. B. Harris. R. 3 Kylio, Scalpay, Harris. 

S.S. " Normandiet." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 21/4/18. 
M'Donald, Donald. Age 19. A.B. B. Skye. R. -. S.S. " Garmoyle." 

Drowned at Sea, 10/7/17. 
M'Donald, Donald. Age . B. . R. . S.S. " Windsor 

Hall." Drowned at Sea, 17/1/18. 
M'Donald, F. Age 25. Seaman. B. Liverpool. R. 3 Barter Street, Dingle, 

Liverpool. S.S. " Combe." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 14/10/15. 
MacDonald, G. Age . Steward. B. . R. Middlesbrough. S.S. 

" Braeside." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 5/12/17. 
M'Donald, H. Age 34. Horseman. B. -. R. 244 Coursal Street, Mon- 
treal. S.S. " Anglo Californian." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 4/7/15. 

Ship missing. 
M'Donald, H. Age 18. Trimmer. B. Liverpool. R. 23 Upper Warwick 

Street, Liverpool. S.S. " Ausonia." Drowned at Sea, 30/5/18. 
M'Donald, J. Age 26. Trimmer. B. Liverpool. R. 21 Elias Street, Liverpool. 

S.S. " Lusitania." Drowned off Kinsale, 7/5/15. Ship sunk by enemy 

action. 
M'Donald, J. Age 32. Fireman and Trimmer. B. London. R. . S.S. 

" Texandrier." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 13/2/17. 
M'Donald, J. Age . Lamps and A.B. B. . R. . S.S. 

" Australdale." Drowned at Sea, 19/10/17. 
M'Donald, J. Age . A.B. B. Skye. R. Dunvegan. S.S. " Princess 

Royal." Drowned at Sea, 26/5/18. 
M'Donald, James. Age . Fireman. B. Aberdeen. R. . S.S. 

" Duchess of Cornwall." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 11/4/17. 
M'Donald, John. Age 53. Fireman. B. Glasgow. R. 11 Clifford Street, 

Liverpool. S.S. " Lusitania." Drowned off Kinsale, 7/5/15. Ship sunk 

by enemy action. 
M'Donald, John. Age 26. Quartermaster. B. Tiree. R. 64 Old Dumbarton 

Road, Glasgow. S.S. " Ava." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 26/1/17. 
MacDonald, John. Age . Sailor. B. . R. Glasgow. S.S. "Bag- 
dale." Drowned at Sea, 1/5/17. 
M'Donald, John. Age 53. Boatswain. B. Aberdeen. R. Aberdeen. S.S. 

" Hogarth.'' Supposed Drowned at Sea, 7th or 8th June, 1918. 
M'Donald, John. Age 21. Assistant Steward B. Inverness. R. Balspardu, 

Gollanfield. S.S. " Rio Verde." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 21/2/18. 
M'Donald, John A. Age 57. Chief Boatswain. B. Arichat, C.B. R. Pictou, 

N.5. S.S. " Redesmere." Supposed Drowned or Killed at Sea, 28/10/17. 
M'Donald, Joseph. Age 30. A.B. and Lookout. B. Barra. R. Braevig, 

Barra. S.S. " Northumbria. " Drowned at Sea, 9/1/19. 
M'Donald, Lionel. Age 23. Fireman and Trimmer. B. Grenada. R. 10 

Canal Parade, Cardiff. S.S. " Poldown." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 

9/10/17. 



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M'Donald, Miss M. Age 49. 1st Stewardess. B. . R. Castle Cottage, 

Uddingston. S.S. " City of Paris." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 4/4/17. 
M'Donald, M. Age 26. Seaman. B. Swordle. R. 13 Swordle, Stornoway. 

S.S. " Hollington." Drowned at Sea, 2/6/17. 
M'Donald, W. Age 26. Seaman. B. Stornoway. R. 21 Pallantrushan, 

Stornoway. S.S. " Arabis." Drowned at Sea, 16/9/17. 
M'Donald, Neil. Age 58. Donkeyman and Greaser. B. Tiree. R. 19 Smith 

Street, Glasgow. S.S. " Athenia." Killed at Sea, 16/8/17. 
M'Donald, Norman. Age 35. A.B. B. Eorobie. R. Eorobie, Ness, Storno- 
way. S.S. " Cairndhu." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 15/4/17. 
M'Donald, Norman. Age 23. B. Harris. R. Tarbert, Harris. S.S. "Ilvington 

Court." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 6/12/17. 
M'Donald, Philip. Age 46. Sailor. B. Sydney. R. 32 Dock View Road, 

Barry. S.S. " Jutland." Drowned at Sea, 19/11/17. 
M'Donald, R. Age 40. B. . R. . S.S. " Islandmore." Killed 

at Sea, 3/6/18. 
M'Donald, Robert. Age 51. Refrigerating Greaser. B. . R. 64 Dane 

Street, Liverpool. 

sunk by enemy. 
M'Donald, W. Age 

Greencastle. S.S. 
M'Donald, William. 

Stornoway. S.S. 
M'Donald, William. 



S.S. " Franconia." Drowned at Sea, 4/10/16. Ship 

38. Ship's Cook. B. Belfast. R. 2 Seaview Terrace, 
" Garron Head." Drowned at Sea, 16/11/17. 
Age 34. Seaman. B. Bayble. R. Lower Bayble, 

' Blairhall." Killed at Sea, 26/7/18. 

Age 28. Sailor. B. Glasgow. R. 18 Garmin, Lewis. 



S.S. " Normandiet." Supposed drowned at Sea, 21/4/18. 



FISHING VESSELS. 

M'Donald, John. Age 37. Decky. B. Cuminestown. R. 
Supposed Drowned at Sea, 14/7/17. 



Taurus.' 



Donald, George. 
Johnshaven. 



MERCHANT SHIPS. 

Officer. 

Age 32. Master. B. Arbroath. R. Waughton Cottage, 
S.S. " Myrtle Branch." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 11/4/18. 



Other Ratings. 



R. Ballybrack, Cushendal. 



Age 47. Cook. B. Co. Antrim. 

Drowned at Sea, 18/12/16. 

Age 33. Fireman. B. Liverpool. R. 59 Beechwood Road, 

" Drowned or Killed at Sea, 25/6/18. 
Trimmer and Fireman. B. Dublin. R. 26 Clarence 

Zent." Supposed Drowned off the Fastnet. Ship 



Orissa 
Age 28 
S.S. ' 



M'Donnell, Archd. 

S.S. " Opal." 
M'Donnell, John. 

Linacre. S.S. 
M'Donnell, James. 

Place, Dublin. 

sunk by enemy. 
Donald, E. Age 25. A.B. B. Island Magee. R. 13 Wilson Street, Newport, 

Mon. S.S. " Adriatic." Supposed Drowned or Killed at Sea, 31/10/16. 
Donald, Hugh. Age 27. Sailor Lookout. B. Island Magee. R. 21 Humphries 

Place, Cardiff. S.S. " Nyanza." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 29/9/18. 
Donald, Nicol. Age 17. Messboy. B. Aberdeen. R. . S.S. " Ballogie." 

Supposed Drowned at Sea, 9/11/17. 



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Officers. 

Donaldson, W. Ag-e 45. Master. B. Hull. R. 108 Delapole Avenue, Hull. 

S.S. " Vasco." Drowned, 16/11/16. Ship sunk off Beachy Head. 
M'Hugh, George. Age 41. 1st Engineer. B. South Shields. R. 10 Romily 

Street, South Shields. S.S. " Normandy." Drowned at Sea, 26/2/16. 

Ship sunk by a mine. 
M'Innes, D. R. Age . 3rd Engineer. B. Greenock. R. 3 Marine Street, 

Greenock. S.S. " Heathpark. " Supposed Drowned, 5/10/18. Ship 

missing. 
Maclnnes, Duncan. Age 62. Engineer. B. Glasgow. R. 87 Govanhill 

Street, Glasgow. S.S. " Gem." Supposed Drowned, 25/12/14, off Scar- 
borough. Ship sunk by a mine. 
M'Intyre, D. Age 27. Chief Mate. B. Liverpool. R. Hopsford Road, 

Litherland. S.S. "Asaba." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 6/12/17. 
M'Intyre, James. Age 33. 2nd Engineer. B. New Zealand. R. 11 Royal 

Buildings, Penarth. S.S. " Avanti." Drowned at Sea, 2/2/18. 
M'Intyre, John W. Age 52. Master. B. Argyllshire. R. 437 Great Western 

Road, Glasgow. S.S. " Geo." Drowned at Sea, 29/1/18. 
M'Intvre, William. Age 57. 1st Mate. B. Nairn. R. 48 Bede Street, Tyne 

Dock. S.S. " Ranghild." Drowned at Sea, 3/9/17. 
M'Kechnie, Angus. Age 44. Chief Officer. B. Glasgow. R. . S.S. 

"Fern." Drowned at Sea, 22/4/18. 

Other Ratings. 

Darragh, Bernard. Age 20. Steward. B. Glenarm. R. Liverpool. S.S. "Sea 

Gull." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 16/3/18. 
Darragh. James. Age . Fireman. B. . R. Liverpool. S.S. " Sea 

Gull." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 16/3/18. 
Darragh, T. Age . A.B. B. Glenarm. R. . S.S. " Opal." 

Drowned at Sea, 18/12/16. 
Donaldson, George. Age . Seaman. B. . R. . S.S. 

" Britannia." Supposed Drowned at Sea about 19/10/17. 
M'Allister, W. Age 40. Ship's Cook. B. Glasgow. R. 5 Gloucester Street, 

Clifton, Bristol. S.S. " Llandovery Castle." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 

27/6/18. 
M'Allister, A. Age 36. 2nd Cook. B. Glasgow. R. 25 Gladstone Street, 

Saltcoats. S.S. " California." Drowned at Sea, 7/2/17. 
M'Allister, R. Age 24. Fireman and Trimmer. B. Liverpool. R. 43 Lionel 

Street, Liverpool. S.S. " Umgeni." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 9/11/17. 
M'Coll, M. Age . Steward. B. South Shields. R. 14 Ravensworth 

Terrace, South Shields. S.S. " Lampada. " Supposed Drowned at Sea, 

8/12/17. 
M'Crory, William. Age 28. Fireman. B. Tyrone. R. 8 Bishop Street, 

Glasgow. S.S. " Tuscania." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 5/2/18. 
M'Hugh, James. Age 17. Trimmer. B. Glasgow. R. 25 West Bothwell 

Street. S.S. " Tuscania." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 5/2/18. 
M'Hugh, James. Age 37. Trimmer and Fireman. B. Liverpool. R. 46 Elias 

Street, Liverpool. S.S. " Semantha." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 

14/10/17. 
M'Innes, D. Age 32. A.B. B. Skye. R. Dunvegan. S.S. " Rio Verde." 

Supposed Drowned at Sea, 21/2/18. 



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Maclnnes, Neil. Age 29. Lamp Trimmer. B. Skye. R. . S.S. 

'• Princess Dagmar." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 7.5/18. 
Macinnes, J. N. Age 18. Sailor. B. Stornoway. R. 24 Newtown Street, 

Stornoway. S.S. " Powhatan." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 6/4/17. 
M'Innes, William. Age 28. Chief Steward. B. Glasgow. R. 47 Kelvinhaugh 

Street, Glasgow. S.S. " Taplow." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 5/6/17. 
M'Intyre, Charles. Age 24. Trimmer. B. Glasgow. R. 16 Clyde Street, 

Glasgow. S.S. " Caledonia." Killed or Drowned at Sea, 4/12/16. 
M'Intyre, D. Age 24. A.B. B. Barra. R. . S.S. " Lofoten." 

Supposed Drowned or Killed at Sea, 4/2/18. 
M'Intyre, J. Age 50. Boatswain and Lamp Trimmer. B. Barra. R. Barra. 

S.S. " Lavernock." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 17/9/18. 
M'Intyre, Peter. Age . O.S. and Lookout. B. South Uist. R. Braevig, 

Skye. S.S. " Northumbria." Drowned at Sea, 9/1/19. Ship lost. 
Macintyre, W. S. Age 38. Steward. B. Greenock. R. Kilbride, Broadford, 

Skye. S.S. " Clan Macfarlane." Supposed Drowned, 4/1/16. Ship 

sunk by enemy. 
M'Kean, J. Age 17. Wireless Operator. B. Jamestown. R. 1 Main Street, 

Alexandria. S.S. " Ethelinda." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 29/1/18. 
M'Kechnie, Colin. Age 37. A.B. B. Jura. R. 34 Thornwood Avenue, Glas- 
gow. S.S. " Lodaner." Supposed Drowned at Sea, 14/4/18. 

Passenger. 

MacDonald, Miss G. E. Drowned, sinking of S.S. "Persia." January, 1916. 



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ROYAL FLYING CORPS. 

MacDonald, Alex. Lindsay, M.C. Lieutenant. Captain (Tp.). Killed in 

Action, 26/8/17. 9th Squadron. (Royal Highlanders). 
MacDonald, Henry Rhodes. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed, 22/12/17. (General 

List). 
M'Donald, Lachlan. Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed, 19/1/18. 
MacDonald, Wilfred Ferguson. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 

23/5/17. (General List). 
MacDonnell, Herbert Creagh. Captain. Died of Wounds, 24/5/15. (Royal 

Irish Regiment). 
M'Donnell, George Oscar. Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 18/3/18. (Royal 

Garrison Artillery). 
Donnell, Arthur Patrick. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 5/12/16. (Northumberland 

Fusiliers). 
M'Connell, Frederick James. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Died, 10/3/18. 

Territorial Officers Attached R.F.C. 

M'Donald, Kenneth William. Lieutenant. Died of Wounds (in German hands), 

4/9/17. Royal Engineers. 
Donaldson, Cleweth Thomas Lee. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 14/4/17. 

(Glasgow Yeomanry). 
Donaldson, Herbert Graham. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 16/2/18. (20th London 

Regiment). 
M'Cutcheon, Hugh Edward. 2nd Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 3/9/16. (7th 



Worcester Regiment). 



ROYAL AIR FORCE. 

Officers. 



MacDonald, Allan William. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 11/11/18. 

MacDonald, Burgess James. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 30/8/18. 

MacDonald, Charles Davie. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 4/11/18. 

MacDonald, George Oxley. Lieutenant. Died, 1/5/18. 

MacDonald, John Alexander. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 13/3/19. 

MacDonald, Kenneth. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 16/8/18. 

M'Donald, Hugh. 2nd Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 24/6/18. 

M'Donald, Ian Donald Roy. F/O. Killed in Action in Iraq, 22/9/20. M.C, 

D.F.C. 
M'Donald, John Garwood. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 1/5/18. 
M'Donald, Joseph John. Lieutenant. Killed, 29/3/19. 
M'Donald, Roderick Oswald Corderoy, M.C. Captain. Killed, 10/8/18. 
M'Donald, R. Captain. Killed, 8/5/18. 
Donald, C. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, Air Ministry Casualty List, No. 147, 

19/10/18. 



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Donaldson, D. L. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, Air Ministry Casualty List, No. 164, 

8/11/18. 
Macallister, G. W. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, Air Ministry Casualty List, No. 

104, 30/8/18. 
M'Connell, D. E. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, Air Ministry Casualty List, No. 195, 

14/12/18. 
Maclntyre, D. A. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, Air Ministry Casualty List, No. 21, 

24/5/18. 

Other Ranks. 

MacDonald, Kenneth. A/M 3. 401125. Died, 6/10/18. 
M'Donald, Hugh. A/M 2. 140785. Died, 30/5/18. 
M'Donald, Thomas Alexander. A/M 3. 299227. Died, 11/10/18. 
M'Donald, John Airth. A/M3. 293936. Died, 20/10/18. 
M'Donald, Valentine James. Private 2. 285693. Died, 28/10/18. 
M'Donald, Alexander. Sergeant. 17307. Died, 25/11/18. 
M'Donald, Robert Hay. A/C 1. 17856. Died, 14/5/19. 
M'Donnell, Stanislaus. A/M 2. 67506. Died, 13/11/18. 



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HOUSEHOLD CAVALRY. CAVALRY OF THE LINE. YEOMANRY. 

IMPERIAL CAMEL CORPS. 

CAVALRY. 
Household Brigade. 

M'Innes, Angus. B. Killyoraxter. E. Largs. Trooper 1932. Killed in Action, 
3/5/17. France and Flanders. Formerly 2796 Lanark Yeomanry. 

DRAGOONS. 

1st King's Dragoon Guards. 

M'Donald, Tom. B. Edinburgh. E. London (Sutton, Surrey). Private 6265. 
Killed in Action, 6/11/14. France and Flanders. 

2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays). 

M'Coll, John. B. Bonhill. E. Dumbarton (Alexandria). Private 12338. Killed 
in Action, 9/8/18. France and Flanders. 

3rd Dragoon Guards (Prince of Wales's Own). 

M'Donald, James. B. Liverpool. E. Pontefract. (Midleton Yorks). Lance- 
Corporal 12994. Killed in Action, 4/4/18. France and Flanders. 

4th Dragoon Guards (Royal Irish). 

M'Donald, Thomas. B. Fulford Yorks. E. York (Fulford). Private 4165. 
Killed in Action, 3/11/14. France and Flanders. 

6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers). 

M'Donald, Edward. B. Newcastle-on-Tyne. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Private 

616. Killed in Action, 21/6/17, 
M'Intyre, Sydney Frederick. B. Portsmouth. E. Winchester (Landport). 

Private 4477. Died Home. 5/10/15. 

1st (Royal) Dragoons. 

M'Donald, George William. B. Glasgow. E. Shorncliffe (Vauxhall Division). 

Private 5004. Killed in Action, 13/5/15. France and Flanders. 

M'Intyre, Eddie. B. Perth. E. Perth. Private 5765. Died of Wounds, 

11/4/17. France and Flanders. 



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2nd Dragoons (Scots Greys). 

M'Donald, Malcolm. B. Rothesay. E. Rothesay. (Glasgow). Lance-Cor- 
poral 14042. Died, 8/11/18. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, Neil. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private 7071. Killed in Action, 
23/3/18. France and Flanders. 

M'Intyre, James. B. Cambuslang. E. Glasgow. Private 20828. Died Home. 
2/11/18. 

LANCERS. 

9th (Queen's Bays.) Lancers. 

M'Donald, Francis Alex. Leckie. B. Govan. E. Glasgow (Renfrew). Private 
4962. Killed in Action, 31/10/14. France and Flanders. 

12th (Prince of Wales's Royal) Lancers. 

M'Donald, Frederick Thomas. B. Dublin. E. Dublin (Highgate N.). Lance- 
Corporal 16327. Died Home, 28/11/17. 

HUSSARS. 
13th Hussars. 

Officer. 
MacDonald, H., M.C. Lieutenant. Killed in action, 14/7/19. 

Rank and File. 

M'Donnell, Michael. B. Cork. E. Galway (Montreal). Killed in Action, 

5/11/17. (Mesopotamia). 

15th King's Hussars. 

MacDonald, John Thompson. B. Ardwick, Manchester. E. Guildford (Chedder- 
ton). Killed in Action, 24/8/14. France and Flanders. 

16th (The Queen's) Lancers. 

M'Donald, John. B. Christchurch, Cumb. E. Carlisle. (Carlisle). Private 
13701. Killed in Action, 23/3/18. France and Flanders. 

18th Queen Mary's Own. 

MacDonald, James William. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). 
Private 6983. Died of Wounds, 10/10/18. France and Flanders. 

TERRITORIAL. 
Ayrshire Yeomanry (Earl of Cassilis's Hussars). 

Officer. 

M'Donald, Angus. B. Fort William. E. Ayr. (Invergarry). Private 1342. 
Died, 12/5/15. Gallipoli. 

Berkshire Yeomanry. 

M'Donald, Norman. E. Reading. (Treasland, Skye). Private 2335. Killed in 
Action, 14/9/15. (Gallipoli). 



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Fife and Forfar Yeomanry. 

M'Kean, Frederick Robert. B. Glasgow. E. Kirkcaldy. (Scotstoun). Private 
2071. Died, 10/12/15. Malta. 

Queen's Own Glasgow Yeomanry. 

Donaldson, Cleweth Thomas Lee. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 14/4/17. 
(and R.F.C.). 

City of London Yeomanry. 

M'Donald, Leslie Frank. E. Putney. (Southfield). Private 3081. Died of 
Wounds, Home, 11/9/15. 

Lothian and Borders Horse Yeomanry. 

M'Donald, Alfred Lewis. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 
121211. Died Home, 14/9/17. 

LOVATS SCOUTS. 

Officer. 
M'Donald, A. J. Lieutenant. Died, 3/11/18. 

Rank and File. 

MacDonald, Alexander. B. Duthil (Inverness). E. Grantown. (Carr Bridge). 

Private 5776. Killed in Action, Gallipoli, 18/10/15. 
Macdonald, Angus. B. Sleat. E. Glenelg. (Kylerhea). Private 4213. Died 

of Wounds, 7/12/15. Gallipoli. 
Macdonald, Donald. B. North Uist. E. Clachan (Lochmaddy). Private 1937. 

Died, 27/9/15. Home. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Kiltarlity. E. Beauly. (Beauly). Lance-Corporal 

1944. Died of Wounds, 5/12/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donell, Angus. M.M. B. Arisaig. E. Glasgow. (Mallaig). Private 

126764. Killed in Action, 3/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Charles. B. Muckairn. E. Beauly. (Dalcross). Private 5273. 

Died, 24/10/15. Egypt. 
M'Donald, John. B. North Uist. E. Westford. (Kyle). Corporal 258. Died 

Home, 3/10/15. 
M'Donald, John. B. Kilmonivaig, E. Fort William. (Invergarry). Private 

2253. Died, Home, 22/2/15. 
Macdonald, Ronald. B. Moidart. E. Fort William. (Kinlochmoidart). Private 

2042. Killed in Action, 22/10/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. Duntocher. E. Huntingdon. (Blairquoich). Private 

4296. Died, Home. 7/12/14. 
Maclntyre, James Craig. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Uddingston). Private 

5385. Killed in Action, 2/11/15. Gallipoli. .,,,,„. 

Maclntyre, William. E. Inverness. (Inverness). Died of Wounds, 13/U/lo. 

Malta. 

Northumberland Yeomanry (Hussars). 

MacDonald, Thomas. B. Brunton. E. Newcastle (Newcastle). Private 

270293. Died of Wounds, 24/4/17. France and Flanders. 



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Scottish Horse. 

Macdonald, John Buchanan. B. Callander. E. Callander. (Callander). Private 

3662. Died, 1/11/15. Egypt. 
MacDonald, Robert. B. Aberlour. E. Dufftown. (Aberlour). Private 4042.) 

Died, 22/9/15. Egypt. 
M'Kechnie, Lachlan. B. Glasgow. E. Dunkeld. (Gateside, Fife). Private 21. 

Killed in Action, 15/11/15. Gallipoli. 

Imperial Camel Corps. 

M'Intyre, Alex. B. Inverness. E. Musselburgh. (Portobello). Private 51222. 
Killed in Action, Egypt. 28/3/18. Formerly 300345 Royal Scots. 

ROYAL REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY (R.H.A. and R.F.A.). 

Officers. 

Donaldson, Norman, Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 10/3/15. 

M'Connell, Merrick Hugh, Major. Died of Wounds, 14/9/17. (B/295 Brigade). 

M'Connell, Primrose, M.C., Captain (Tp.). Killed in Action, 18/9/18. (D. 

Battery, 101 Brigade). 
MacDonald, Charles Hodgson Barrington, 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 

23/3/15. 
M'Donald, John Patrick, Captain and Quarter Master. Died, 25/3/15. 
MacDonald.Ronald Duncan, 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 31/10/17. (82 

Brigade). 
Maclntyre, Charles Frederick Davis, 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 

7/11/18. (27 Brigade). 

Rank and File. 

Darroch, John. B. Auchinleck. E. Ayr. Gunner 110302. Died, 17/7/17. 

Mesopotamia. 
Donald, William. B. Perth. E. Galashiels. Gunner 51260. Killed in Action. 

France and Flanders. 25/10/14. 
Donald, William. B. — . E. Ellon. (Ellon). Gunner 242755. Killed in 

Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. . E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Driver 125798. 

Killed in Action, 22/8/17. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Samuel. B. Burnley. E. Halifax. Driver 27044. Died of Wounds, 

24/4/17. Home. 
Donaldson, Wilfrid George. B. . E. Glasgow. (Anderston). Gunner 

192672. Died, 16/5/17. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, William. B. Durham. E. West Hartlepool. Corporal 27548. Died 

of Wounds, 20/8/16. Home. 
Donaldson, William. B. Dundee. E. Perth. P/L Bombardier 84168. Killed in 

Action, 31/5/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alex. B. Sheerness. E. Sheerness. Gunner 69652. Died of 

Wounds, 9/8/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alex. B. . E. Dingwall. (Stornoway). Gunner 179588. 

Died, 13/5/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, David, M.M. B. Dundee. E. Kirkcaldy. Corporal 146. Died of 

Wounds, 29/8/16. France and Flanders. 



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MacDonald, James. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Gunner 8204. Killed in 
Action, 19/10/16. France and Flanders. 

MacDonald, John. B. . E. Edinburgh. (Glencorse). Gunner 169766. 

Killed in Action, 22/10/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Lewis. B. Barrow, Ches. E. Barrow-in-Furness. Gunner 120598. 

Killed in Action, 24/10/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Peter. B. Dalkeith. E. Edinburgh. Gunner 202462. Killed in 
Action, 27/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly Private R.A.S.C. 

Remounts R.T.S. 5601). 
Macinnes, Daniel King, M.M. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Gunner 67437. 
Died of Wounds, Home, 22/1/17. 

Macintyre, William. B. . E. Greenock. Gunner 217576. Killed in 

Action, 27/6/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Allister, William. B. . E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Gunner 61270. 

Died, 5/8/15. Home. 
M'Allister, Charles. B. Cardiff. E. Romford. Gunner 29435. Killed in 

Action, 23/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, William. B. Port William. E. Glasgow. Gunner 41438. Died of 

Wounds, 3/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Laurence. B. Avoca, Wicklow. E. Dublin. Driver 38555. Died of 

Wounds, 27/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Alex. B. St. Johnston, Donegal. E. Cardiff. A/Bombardier 30083. 
Died of Wounds, 1/8/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Connell, Daniel. B. . E. Glasgow. (Springburn). Driver 46192. 

Died of Wounds, 5/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, John. B. Cardiff. E. Cardiff. Driver 25783. Killed in Action, 

21/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Thomas. B. Lurgan. E. Jarrow. Bombardier 3907. Died, 6/5/15. 

Home. 
M'Donald, Adam, M.M. B. Calderhead, Shotts. E. Shorts. A/Sergeant 

7723. Killed in Action, 23/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alexander. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Gunner 35762. Killed in 

Action, 21/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Perth. E. Perth. Driver 125946. Killed in Action, 

4/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Laggan. E. Kingussie. Gunner 144166. Died, 

22/10/16. Home. 

M'Donald, Austin. B. . E. Manchester. (Manchester). Gunner 

190748 Died of Wounds, 18/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Campbell. B. Greenock. E. Greenock. Bombardier 59201. Died, 
Mesopotamia. 6/6/16. „ onQO 

M'Donald, Cyril Malcolm. B. Milton, Kent. E. Sheffield. Gunner 69982. 

Killed in Action, 12/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B.Oban. E.Stirling. Gunner 49482. Died of Wounds, 
13/4/17. France and Flanders. . 

M'Donald, Douglas Anderson. B. • E .Paisley. (Paisley). Gunner 

166112. Died of Wounds, 7/9/17. France and Flanders 

M'Donald Duncan B. . E. Stirling. Taynu.lt). Gunner 239454. 

Killed in Action, 22/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 379 Private 

M'DonaldT Duncan. B. Oban. E. Glasgow. Gunner 36207. Killed in Action, 

M'^Yr^r &%«£*• E. York. Corporal 56356. Killed in Action, 
15/9/14. France and Flanders. 



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M'Donald, George. B. Lennoxtown. E. Lennoxtown. Gunner 125744. Died 

of Wounds, 2/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Joseph Morris. B. Byker. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Gunner 140431. 

Died, 12/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Herbert. B. . E. Dundee. (Dundee). Gunner 70093. Killed 

in Action, 14/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Horace. B. Greenwich. E. New Cross, S.E. Gunner 13841. Killed 

in Action, 2/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. 

Action, 5/4/18 
M'Donald, James. 

Died, 19/4/16. 
M'Donald, James. 



Driver 242740. Killed in 



E. Naas. Gunner 100549. 



Driver 398821. 



Died, 



Bombardier 



Killed 



B. Liberton. E. Musselburgh. 
France and Flanders. 
B. Coolkenna, Co. Wicklow. 
France and Flanders. 
B. Edinburgh. E. Glasgow. 
11/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. So. Minnins, Hert. E. St. Pancras, N.W. 
98677. Killed in Action, 16/11/15. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, John Charles. B. . E. Peterhead. Gunner 176080. 

in Action, 22/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Gunner 167075. Killed in Action, 

1/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Partick. E. Glasgow. Gunner 104145. Died of Wounds, 

20/6/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Belfast. E. Grangemouth. Farrier 

Died, 29/4/15. Home. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Belfast. E. Belfast. Gunner 31099. Died of Wounds, 

18/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Roderick. B. Inverness. 

Action, 28/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Ronald. B. Devonport. E. London. 

Wounds, 29/11/15. Persian Gulf. 
M'Donald, William. B. . E. Barry. (Barry, 



Sergeant 8005. 



Died, 29/10/18. 
M'Donald, William. 

Died, 16/4/15. 
M'Donald, William. 



E. Glasgow. Gunner 58269. Killed in 
Sergeant 37552. Died of 
Glam.). Driver W. 4050. 



France and Flanders 
B. Bucksburn. E. Kinsale, Aberdeen. 
At Sea. 
B. Kingstown, Co. Dublin. E. Dublin. 
Killed in Action, 2/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Dublin. E. Whitley Camp, Surrey 
Killed in Action, 25/7/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, Willam. B. E. Brora. (Lower Brora). 

Killed in Action, 27/10/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, William. B. . E. Campbeltown. (Campbeltown) 

155848. Killed in Action, 28/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Ruer Chapel (Wexford). E. Dublin 



Gunner 31105. 

Gunner 22526. 

Gunner 1907. 

Gunner 167257. 



Gunner 



Driver 76647. 



Killed in Action, 14/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William John. B. Deptford, S.E. E. Camberwell, S.E. Gunner 

L/15574. Died of Wounds, 25/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Willie Richardson. B. Ardsley, Yorks. E. Wakefield. Gunner 

251181. Killed in Action, 29/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Grorry, William. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Driver 22482. Died of 

Wounds, 2/12/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Grorry, John William. B. Manchester. E. Manchester. Sergeant L/9678. 

Died, 5/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'llwraith, M'Ewan. B. Dailly. E. Glencorse. Gunner 192757. Killed in 

Action, 10/8/17. France and Flanders. 



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M'Innes, Alex. B. Isleornsay, Skye. E. Barry. Gunner 2136. Died of 

Wounds, 19/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Clarance. B. . E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Bombardier 45745. 

Killed in Action, 7/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, James. B. . E. Aberdeen. (Aberdeen). Driver 217542. 

Died, 17/10/18. Egypt. 
M'Innes, Robert. B. Kilsyth. E. Glasgow. Gunner 71010. Died, 17/12/16. 

Home. 
M'Intyre, Anthony. B. Burghamstown, Co. Mayo. E. Ayr. Gunner 15543. 

Died of Wounds, 4/4/18. (Formerly Horsekeeper, R.A.V.C., S.E. 155433). 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. Cretshengan, Kilberry. E. Glasgow. Gunner 144167. 

Died of Wounds, 13/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Thomas James Edward. B. Bermondsey, S.E. E. St. Pancras, 

N.W. A/Bombardier. L/27074. Died of Wounds, 30/11/17. France and 

Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. St. Cuthberts, Midlothian. E. Edinburgh. Driver 23947. 

Died, 14/12/16. Home. 
M'Intyre, John. B. . E. Dublin. Gunner 91460. Died, 12/9/18. 

Salonika. 
M'Intyre, John. B. . E. Dundee. (Lochee). Driver 69918. Killed in 

Action, 18/6/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Joseph. B. Hollinwood. E. Hollinwood (Hollinwood, Lane). Driver 

79000. Died, 18/1/18. Mesopotamia. 
M'Intyre, William. B. . E. Greenock. (Greenock). Gunner 217576. 

Killed in Action, 22/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Luther. B. . E. Portsmouth. (Keighley). Fitter 88759. 

Killed in Action, 5/9/16. France and Flanders. 

Section 6, T.F. 

Officer. 
2nd Lieutenant William Forbes MacDonald. Killed in Action, 23/11/17. 

Rank and File. 

Donald, Douglas. B. Balsall Heath. E. Birmingham. Wheeler-Corporal 889. 

Killed in Action, 12/3/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Reg. Geo. B. Whitchurch, Hants. E. Larkshill Camp. Driver 1393. 

Died, 20/8/15. Home. 
MacDonald, John. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Gunner 617435. Died of 

Wounds, 15/7/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John Randolph. B. Blackpool. E. Liverpool. Driver 676104. Died 

of Wounds, 28/4/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Joseph. B. Lancaster. E. Bradford. Gunner 1425. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William Bone. B. Ayr. E. Kilmarnock. Gunner 935995. Killed 

in Action, 31/3/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Douglas. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Bombardier 865998. Died, 

2/11/18. Home. 
M'Allister, Robert. B. Anderston. E. Glasgow. Driver 660953. Died of 

Wounds, 6/2/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Daniel. B. Kilmarnock. E. Kilmarnock. Gunner 935937. Killed in 

Action, 21/8/17. France and Flanders. 



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M'Allister, John Lauder. B. Kilwinning. E. Irvine. Gunner 655320. Died of 

Wounds, 10/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Charles. B. . E. Arbroath. (Arbroath). Gunner 635528. 

Killed in Action, 11/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Edward. B. . E. Erith. (Chelsea Division). Bombardier 

915296. Died, 10/11/18. Home. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Argyll. E. Glasgow. Driver 924136. Died of Wounds, 

7/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Roderick. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Gunner 636080. Killed in 

Action, 16/12/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Sydney Gordon. B. Camberwell. E. Brixton. Driver 955288. Died 

of Wounds, 6/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas Percy. B. Kingsbarns. E. Leven. Bombardier 636635. 

Killed in Action, 21/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Bathgate. E. Edinburgh. Gunner 645537. Killed in 

Action, 30/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Grory, John. B. . E. South Shields. (South Shields). Driver 3191. 

Killed in Action, 28/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Henry Alexander. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Gunner 951609. 

Killed in Action, 30/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intvre, William. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Gunner 665174. Killed in 

Action, 23/3/18. Palestine. 

ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, John, 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 27/5/18. (286 Siege 

Battery). 
MacDonald, Neil, M.C., 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 25/4/18. (263 Siege 

Battery). 
M'Donell, G. O., Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 18/3/18. (Attached R.F.C.). 

Rank and File. 

M'Donald, Angus. B. Assvnt. E. Hamilton. (Motherwell). Gunner 1541. 

Died, 23/3/16. Home. ' 
MacDonald, Charles Allan. B. Birmingham. E. Birmingham. Gunner 16845. 

Died of Wounds, 17/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Daniel. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Gunner 280526. Killed in 

Action, 9/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Gordon. B. Farringdon, Berks. E. Huddersfield. Gunner 152055. 

Died of Wounds, 24/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Inverness. E. Cardiff. (Inverness). A/Bombardier 84822. 

Killed in Action, 15/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Inverallan. E. Carrbridge. Gunner 91355. Killed in 

Action, 27/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. Edinburgh. E. Pitlochry. Gunner 129492. Died of 

Wounds, 5/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Gunner 182957. Died, 31/12/17. 

Egypt. 
M'Donald, John Alex. B. Stronaba, Inverness. E. Inverness. (Stronaba). 

Gunner 183096. Killed in Action, 10/6/18. France and Flanders. 



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MacDonald, Norman. B. North Uist. E. Inverness. Gunner 152172. Died of 

Wounds, 1/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Patrick James. B. Moonthal, Co. Sligo. E. Bradford. Gunner 

133913. Died of Wounds, 21/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Tunstall, Staff. E. Stoke-on-Trent. (Hanley). Gunner 

56812. Died of Wounds, 7/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Ballymena. E. Ballymena. Gunner 67686. Died of 

Wounds, 7/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Thomas. B. Wigan. E. Liverpool. (Ince, Wig-an). Gunner 

128673. Killed in Action, 9/9/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2389 

Lane, and Ches. R.G.A.(T.). 
MacDonald, William Hugh. B. Brora. E. Nairn. Gunner 190844. Died of 

Wounds, 6/10/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William Graham. B. Pentonville. E. Portsmouth. Gunner 17165. 

Died of Wounds, 7/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Alexander. B. Portaferry, Co. Down. E. Southport. Gunner 

166671. Killed in Action, 5/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Francis. B. Ulcombe, Kent. E. London. (St. Leonards-on-Sea). 

B.S.M. 28932. Died, 9/11/18. India. 
MTlwraith, John. B. Partick. E. Manchester. (Gorton). Gunner 106467. 

Died of Wounds, 15/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Arthur Stuart. B. Islington. E. Holloway, Middlesex. (Finsbury 

Park). Bombardier 70632. Died of Wounds, 27/3/18. France and 

Flanders. 
M'Innes, Charles. B. Cluny. E. Aberdeen. (Cluny Castle). Gunner 68943. 

Died, 19/7/16. At Sea. 
M'Innes, Robert. B. Bonhill. E. Dumbarton. (Bonhill). Gunner 11093. Died 

of Wounds, 24/4/17. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, Alexander. B. Bone, Barra. E. Fort William. (Mallaig). Gunner 

75427. Died, 24/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'lntyre, John. B. Kirkcolm, Wigtown. E. Ayr. (Stranraer). Gunner 129593., 

Died of Wounds, 15/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'lntyre, Percy. B. Castleknock, Dublin. E. Dublin. Gunner 279748. Died, 

10/9/18. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, Robert Veitch. B. Pennygown, Torosay, Mull. E. Gruline. (Knock 

Gruline, Aros). Gunner 75385. Died, 28/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'lntyre, William. B. Paisley. E. Middlesbro'. (Glasgow). Sergeant 27757. 

Killed in Action, 10/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Isaac, Malcolm. B. Belmont. E. Falkirk. Gunner 168448. Killed in Action, 

11/4/18. France and Flanders. 
Maclsaac, William. B. Muiravonside, Stirling. E. Falkirk. (Shieldhill, 

Stirling). Gunner 59189. Killed in Action, 11/4/18. France and Flanders. 

R.G.A., T.F., 4th Highland Mounted Brigade. 

Donaldson, Frank Torbell. B. West Kilbride. E. Largs. Corporal 300439. 

Died, 28/9/18. Balkans. 
MacDonald, Finlay. B. Applecross. E. Lochcarron. Driver 4834. Died, 

22/11/15. Home. 
MacDonald, John. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Gunner 4403. Died of 

Wounds, 15/5/15. At Sea. 
MacDonald, William George. B. Durinish. E. Forres. Gunner 301661. Killed 

in Action, 7/11/17. Egypt. 



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Maclnnes, Kenneth. B. Lochcarron. E. Stornoway. Bombardier 4137. Died 

of Wounds, 18/9/16. Balkans. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Kilmore and Kilbride. E. Oban. Gunner 300199. Died, 

1/10/18. Balkans. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Kilmore and Kilbride. E. Oban. Gunner 300216. Died, 

4/10/18. Balkans. 
M'Donald, Kenneth. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Driver 4318. Died of 

Wounds, 15/5/15. At Sea. 
M'Innes, Frank. B. Glasgow. E. Rothesay. Gunner 301569. Died, Home. 

31/1/15. 
M'Intyre, Thomas. B. Campbeltown. E. Rothesay. Gunner 300698. Died, 

4/2/18. Balkans. 

Lowland City of Edinburgh Heavy Battery. 

M'Donald, James Wright. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Gunner 330. Died, 
22/10/14. Home. 

Clyde. 

MacDonald, John. B. Oban. E. Dumbarton. Gunner 244. Died of Wounds, 
1/8/16. France and Flanders. 

Forth. 

MacDonald, Robert Alex. B. Glasgow. E. Edinburgh. Corporal 306048. Killed 

in Action, 19/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Charles. B. Stockbridge. E. Edinburgh. Gunner 346733. Died of 

Wounds, 23/3/18. France and Flanders. 

Tynemouth. 

M'Donald, Nelson. B. Great Yarmouth. E. North Shields. Gunner 376493. 
Died, 10/4/17. HomeT 

T.F. 

Officer. 

MacDonald, David Johnston, Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 29/10/17. 

CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS. 

Officers. 

M'Allister, Angus, Captain (Tp.). Died, 29/8/17. 

Maclnnes, Duncan, C.M.G., D.S.O., Brigadier General. Died, 23/5/18. 
M'Intyre, Frederick Malcom, 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Died of Wounds, 2/5/16. 
(176 T. Coy.). 

Rank and File. 

Donald, David. B. . E. Glasgow. A/Corporal 400165. 400th Field Co. 

R.E. Died of Wounds, 20/7/17. France and Flanders. 
Donald, William. B. Larne. E. Coatbridge. Sapper 2953. 2nd Lowland 

Field Co. Killed in Action, 4/6/15. Gallipoli. 
Donaldson, David. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Driver 88728. 205th Field Co. 

Died, 9/8/15. Home. 
Donaldson, James. B. . E. Coatbridge. (Airdrie). Sapper 3310 2/2nd 

Lowland Field Co. Killed in Action, 12/7/15. Gallipoli. 



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Donaldson, Robert. B. Rock Ferry. E. Birkenhead. Sapper 446810 438th Field 

Co. Died of Wounds, 26/10/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Robert James. B. . E. Edinburgh. L/Corporal 422454 

416th Field Co. Killed in Action, 2/5/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Albert. B. Mold. E. Warrington. (Crewe). Sapper 276636 14th 

Lt. Rly. Op. Co. Killed in Action, 15/6/17. France and Flanders. (For- 
merly 1794 So. Lanes. Reg). 
MacDonald, Alex. B. St. Nicholas, Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. (Fraserburgh). 

Sapper 214060. I.W.T., R.E. Died, 14/6/17. Mesopotamia. (Formerly 

2386 R.A.S.C). 
MacDonald, Archd. R. B. Callander. E. St. Andrews. (Callander). Pnr. 

180117. Depot Spec. Brigade. Died, 29/12/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Eric. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. (Glenurquhart). L/Corporal 

63929. 128th Field Co. Died of Wounds, 10/12/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Bo'ness. 2nd Corporal 14217 2nd Res. 

Battalion. Died, 12/3/18. Home. 
MacDonald, John. B. . E. Dundee. Sapper 404238 209th Field Co. 

Died of Wounds, 16/10/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Norman Somerled. B. Rotherwell, Dumfries. E. Edinburgh. 

(Glasgow). Pnr. 209698 No. 1 Special Co., R.E. Killed in Action, 24/3/18. 

France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Ronald. B. Moidart. E. Glenelg. (Fort William). Sapper 

224470. 157th Field Co. Died of Wounds, 22/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Ronald. B. Brechin. E. Edinburgh. (Brechin). L/Corporal 

48253. 83rd Field Co. Killed in Action, 22/6/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William Graham. B. . E. Glasgow. (Blairgowrie). 

A/Sergeant 76813. G.H.Q. Signal Co. Died, 31/8/16. Mesopotamia. 
MacDonald, William Henry. B. . E. Cardiff. Sapper 187583. 14th 

Signal Co. Killed in Action, 24/8/17. France and Flanders. 
Macllwraith, William Symington. B. Elgin. E. Dundee. (Tayport). Pnr. 

289003. ' F ' Spec. Co., R.E. Killed in Action, 10/6/18. France and 

Flanders. 
Maclntyre, William. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. A/L/Corporal 76561. L. of C. 

Signal Co. Died, 4/4/18. Egypt. 
M'Allister, James. B. Kilmarnock. E. Glasgow. (Cowie). Sergeant 93111. 

218th Field Co. Killed in Action, 26/12/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Joseph. B. . E. Rutherglen. (Glasgow). Sapper 3255 2/2nd 

Lowland Field Co. Killed in Action, 12/7/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Hugh. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. Sapper 188535. 422nd Field Co. 

Killed in Action, 30/11/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 45644 R.G.A.). 
M'Connell, Isaac. B. Shankhill, Co. Antrim. E. Belfast. L/Corporal 57588. 

P. Special Co., R.E. Killed in Action, 9/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, John. B. Dromore, Co. Down. E. Belfast. Sapper 64685. 121st 

Field Co. Died, 10/2/17. Home. 
M'Connell, William. B. . E. Londonderry. (Waterside, Co. Derry). 

Sapper 95473. 98th Field Co. Killed in Action, 22/3/18. France and 

Flanders. 
M'Crindle, Charles. B. Stoke-on-Trent. E. Hamilton. (Bellshill). Sapper 

136201. 130th A. T. Co. Died of Wounds, 9/5/18. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Edinburgh. E. Glasgow. (Bishopton). Sapper 75328. 

H. A. Signal Co. Died, 2/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Udny. E. Methlick. Sapper 458120. Gen. Base Depot. 

Died of Wounds, 9/6/18. France and Flanders. 



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M'Donald, Angus. B. New Monkland. E. Coatbridge. L/Corporal 64466. 

150th Field Co. Died of Wounds, 7/12/17. 
M'Donald, David. B. Carnock. E. Stirling. (Carnock). Driver 34721. 108th 

Field Co. Died of Wounds, 18/8/16. Salonika. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. 2nd Corporal 43733 66th 

Field Co. Killed in Action, 23/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, George. B. Keith. E. Inverness. (Culrain). A/2nd Corporal 

19976 54th Field Co. Killed in Action, 14/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Henry. B. Perth. E. Bedford. (Perth). Pnr. 301952. 8th 

Signal Co. Killed in Action, 27/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Eckington. E. Inverness. Sapper 7968. 17th Field Co. 

Died, 20/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Leith. E. Edinburgh. A/Sergeant 422171. 416th Field 
Co. Killed in Action, 17/8/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, James. B. . E. Hull. Sapper 515. 1/lst E. R. Fort Co. 

Died of Wounds, 23/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Sapper 416081. 90th Field Co. 

Died of Wounds, 25/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Elgin. E. Henley-on-Thames. Sapper 41069. 90th Field 

Co. Killed in Action, 24/3/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Salford. E. Manchester. Sapper 79897. 170th Tunn. Co. 
Killed in Action, 24/5/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 16586 Grenadier 
Guards). 
M'Donald, John. B. Kilwinning. E. Dunfermline. (Lumphannan). Sergeant 

121622. 250th Tunn. Co. Died, 3/11/18. Home. 
M'Donald, John. B. Avonbridge. E. Aldershot. (Avonbridge). Sapper 
151274. 180th Tunn. Co. Died of Wounds, 20/5/16. France and Flanders. 
(Formerly 1262 1st Res. Cav. Reg.). 
M'Donald, Robert White. B. Carluke. E. Glasgow. Sapper 224464. 157th 

Field Co., R.E. Killed in Action, 23/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Sydney. B. Wolverhampton. E. Bristol. Sapper 2929. 3/lst Gen. 

Div. Field Co. Killed in Action, 23/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Old Swinford. E. Westminster. (Old Tredegar, N.W.). 
Pioneer 124311. 10th Lab. Battalion. Died, 22/11/15. France and 
Flanders. 

M'Donald, William J. B. . E. Aberdeen. Pioneer 406411. 152nd Field 

Co. Died of Wounds, 17/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, J. B. B. Mullingar. E. Mullingar. Sapper 92635. 30th Signal Co. 
Killed in Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Donnell, John. B. . E. Ballinasloe. Sapper 201071. I.W.T., R.E. 

Died, 6/12/16. Home. 
M'Donnell, William Martin. B. Marylebone. E. Marylebone. (Cricklewood). 

Sapper 37180. 72nd Field Co. Died, 20/5/16. At Sea. 
MTnnes, Alexander. B. Kirkcaldy. E. Kirkcaldy. A/Corporal 46819. 2nd 

Field Co. Killed in Action, 9/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Archd. B. Glenbyre, Argyll. E. Greenock. Sapper 121227. Gen. 

Base Depot. Died, 9/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. Glasgow. E. Edinburgh. (Glasgow). A/Sergeant 
56249. No. 4 Tank Brigade, Signal Section, R.E. Died of Wounds, 

24/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Westgate South, Co. Durham. E. Newcastle. Corporal 
457087. 454th Res. Field Co. Died, 10/4/17. Home. 



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M'Intyre, Peter. B. Deanstoun, Perth. E. Glasgow. Driver 93821. 4th Cav. 

Div. Signal Squadron. Died, 15/10/18. Egypt. 
M'Intyre, Joseph. B. Motherwell. E. Hamilton. (Motherwell). A/L/Corporal 

46161. 80th Field Co. Killed in Action, 6/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, W. B. . E. Glasgow. (West Kilbride). Sapper 5274. l/3rd 

Lowland Field Co. Died, 17/4/16. Home. 
M'Kechan, Alex. B. Ardrossan. E. Glasgow. (Johnston). Driver 93045. 

26th Field Co. Died of Wounds, 5/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, William. B. Port-Glasgow. E. Clydebank. (Scotstoun). Driver 

60534. 72nd Field Co. Died, 17/2/15. Home. 

T. F. 

Officer. 

M'Donald, Kenneth William, Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 4/9/17. (And 

R.F.C.). In German hands. 

RAILWAYS. 

M'Kechnie, William. B. Milton, Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Sapper 273293. 
(R.O.D.). Died, 13/5/18. Egypt. (Formerly 3317 H.L.I.). 

INLAND WATER TRANSPORT. 

M'Donald, John. B. Londonderry. E. Birmingham. Pioneer WR/509803. 

Died, 7/12/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, George. B. . E. Peterhead. Sapper WR/305571. Died, 

4/3/18. Home. (Formerly 2862 Gordons). 

ROADS AND QUARRIES. 

M'Intyre, William. B. Hulme. E. Manchester. Sapper WR/11326. 309th 
R.C.C. Died, 12/8/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 3110 East 

Lanes.). 

FOOT GUARDS. 

(Including Guards, M.G. Regiment). 

GRENADIER GUARDS. 

1st Battalion. 

MacDonald, Joseph. B. Hampstead. E. London. Guardsman 19222. Killed 
in Action, 28/4/16. France and Flanders. 

4th Battalion. 

M'Alister, Angus. B. Doncaster. E. Pontefract. Guardsman 29803. Died, 

12/7/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Patrick. B. Westport. E. Chester. Guardsman 25051. Died of 

Wounds, 27/9/16. France and Flanders. 



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SCOTS GUARDS. 

Officer. 
MacDonald, Hon. Godfrey Evan Hugh. Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 2/11/14. 

Rank and File. 

Donaldson, George. B. Milton, Stirling. E. Stirling. (Milton). Guardsman 

17431. Died of Wounds, 27/9/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. Kilmany, Fife. E. Dundee. (St. Andrews). Guardsman 

13861. Died of Wounds, 28/11/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, John. B. Aberdeen. E. Dundee. Guardsman 5304. Killed in 

Action, 18/5/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, John. B. Glasgow. E. Derby. Guardsman 8912. Killed in Action, 

18/12/14. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, John Gardner. B. Kinnaird. E. Dundee. (Wormit). Guardsman 

13909. Killed in Action, 27/9/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Robert. B. Glasgow. E. Edinburgh. Guardsman 11545. Killed in 

Action, 17/10/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. Skye. E. Glasgow. Guardsman 12996. Killed in 

Action, 15/9/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Angus. B. Edinburgh. E. Lochgelly. Guardsman 9301. Died of 

Wounds, 28/11/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Stirling. E. Edinburgh. (Stirling). Guardsman 7621. 

Killed in Action, 11/11/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Hugh. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Maryhill). Guardsman 13154. 

Killed in Action, 23/1/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Guardsman 6903. Killed in 

Action, 26/10/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Guardsman 11333. Died of 

Wounds, 10/10/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Cardiff. E. Liverpool. (Newtown, S.W.). Guardsman 

13997. Killed in Action, 24/8/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Robert. B. New Deer. E. Glasgow. Guardsman 7132. Killed in 

Action, 18/12/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Alister, William. B. Knockanavery, Co. Antrim. E. Edinburgh. (Bally- 
money). Guardsman 10266. Killed in Action, 25/1/15. France and 

Flanders. 
M'Connell, Edward. B. Glasgow. E. Armadale. Guardsman 17101. Died of 

Wounds, 7/12/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Robert Mitchell. B. Milngavie. E. Dumbarton. (Milngavie). 

Sergeant 7761. Killed in Action, 26/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Thomas. B. Loudoun. E. Ayr. (Newmilns). Guardsman 13925. 

Died of Wounds, 26/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Archd. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Guardsman 10076. Killed in 

Action, 18/12/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, David. B. Kirkcaldy. E. Edinburgh. (East Wemyss). L/Corpora! 

6592. Killed in Action, 22/2/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Forbes Harvey. B. Wick. E. Glasgow. Guardsman 9715. Killed 

in Action, 25/1/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Frederick. B. Caterham. E. Caterham. Guardsman 6929. Killed 

in Action, 11/11/14. France and Flanders. 



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Guardsman 9409. Killed in 



(Fort William). 
Flanders. 
Guardsman 6508. 



Guardsman 



Killed in 



Guardsman 



Guardsman 5000. Died 



M'Donald, George. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. 

Action, 27/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Fort William. E. Glasgow. 

2607. Killed in Action, 5/11/14. France and 
M'Donald, John. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. 

Action, 2/11/14. 
M'Donald, Joseph, M.M. B. Deeside. E. Aberdeen. (Cluny). 

15154. Killed in Action, 15/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Kenneth. B. Pickering. E. Paisley. (Neilston). Guardsman 9883. 

Killed in Action, 25/1/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Dairy. E. Ayr. (Dairy). Guardsman 12963. Killed 

in Action, 8/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Roderick. B. Dingwall. E. Fort George. 

of Wounds, 24/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Inverness. E. Fort George. 

Killed in Action, 16/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William John. B. Rothes. E. Glasgow. 

in Action, 25/9/16. France and Flanders. 
MTnnes, Angus. B. Tobermory. E. Stirling. 

16228. Died of Wounds, 5/12/18. 
MTlwraith, James. B. Ayr. E. Glencorse. (Barmills). 

Killed in Action, 25/1/15. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Colin. B. Falkirk. E. Falkirk. Guardsman 6474. 

27/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Duncan. B. Fortingall. E. Oban. (Appin). 

Killed in Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, George Alexander. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. 

1d392. Died, 6/6/18. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Malcolm. B. Kilmoden. E. Edinburgh. (Kilmoden). 

10753. Killed in Action, 15/9/16. France and Flanders. 



(Petty). Sergeant 5113. 
Guardsman 10499. Killed 
(Tobermory). Guardsman 



Guardsman 11276. 
Killed in Action, 



Guardsman 13655. 



Guardsman 



T/Corporal 



Guardsman 8695. Killed in 



M'Kechnie, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. 

Action, 25/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, John. B. Airdrie. E. Glasgow. 

Action, 10/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alex. John. B. Row. E. Row. 

Wounds, 19/6/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, David. B. Niff, Forfar. E. Dundee 

Action, 15/9/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Arisaig. E. Stirling. 

Killed in Accion, 13/9/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Perth. E. Perth. Guardsman 10625 

15/7/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John Findlay. B. Glasgow. E. London. 

Killed in Action, 25/11/17. France and Flanders 
MacDonald, William. B. Dumfries. E. Edinburgh. 

in Action, 18/12/14. France and Flanders. 
Macinnes, William. B. Portree. E. Glasgow. (Skye). 

Killed in Action, 18/5/15. France and Flanders. 
Macintyre, Ernest Campbell. B. Argyllshire 

Guardsman 13774. Killed in Action, 29/5/18. 
MacDonald, William. B. Islington. E. Islington. 

Action, 17/9/17. France and Flanders. 



Guardsman 11094. Killed in 

L/Sergeant 10433. Died of 

Guardsman 11988. Killed in 

(Arisaig). Guardsman 14412. 



Killed in Action, 
Guardsman 16077. 



Guardsman 8971. Killed 



Guardsman 11289. 



E. London. (Kilowana, B.C.). 



Guardsman 9506. Killed in 



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IRISH GUARDS. 
1st Battalion. 

Donaldson, Pat. B. Crossmaglen Co. E. Liverpool. (Clogh). Private 4737. 

Killed in Action, 1/2/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Charles. B. Chapelizod, Co. Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 3428. 

Killed in Action, 1/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Philip. B. Bailieborough, Co. Cavan. E. Glasgow. (Aldershot). 

L/Corporal 507. Killed in Action, 29/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Walter, M.M. B. . E. Dublin. (Dublin). L/Corporal 6343. 

Died of Wounds, 19/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Crory, Thomas. B. Cappigh, Co. Tyrone. E. Glasgow. (Omagh). Private 

5927. Died of Wounds, 4/2/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Bartholomew. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 4096. Killed in 

Action, 14/9/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, John. B. Termonfecklin, Co. Louth. E. Drogheda. Private 3458. 

Killed in Action, 31/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Loftus. B. Devonport. E. Whitehall. (Camden Town). Private 

11245. Killed in Action, 30/11/17. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Alex. B. Templemore. E. Londonderry. Sergeant 326. Died of 

Wounds, 5/8/17. 

2nd Battalion. 

M'Connell, Henry. B. Kilmarnock. E. Glasgow. Private 9015. Killed in 

Action, 22/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Patrick. B. Armagh, Co. Cavan. E. Glasgow. (Keeirey, Co. 

Cavan.). Private 4796. Killed in Action, 31/7/T7. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Wexford. E. Wexford. Private 6493. Killed in Action, 

9/10/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Patrick J. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 11639. Killed in 

Action, 29/1/18. France and Flanders. 

ROYAL SCOTS (LOTHIAN REGIMENT). 

ROYAL SCOTS. 

Old and New Army. 

Officers. 

(13) MacDonald, Andrew Moffat. Captain (Tp.). Killed in Action, 11/5/16. 

(11) MacDonald, John. Captain (Tp.). Died of Wounds, 11/4/17. 

(16) MacDonald, Hugh Ferguson. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Died, 20/5/18. 
(3) M'Coll, Ednor Ernest. 2nd Lieutenant. Acting Lieutenant (Tp.). Died of 
Wounds, 24/10/17. 

(12) Donaldson, William. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 5/6/17. 



(8th Battalion). MacDonald, 
(9th Battalion). MacDonald, 

Action, 3/3/17. 
(4th Battalion). Macrorie, 

2/11/17. 



Territorial Forces. 

Sydney. Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 2/9/18. 
John Row MacKenzie. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in 

Roderick Douglas. Captain. Killed in Action, 



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Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

Donaldson, Alexander. B. Aldershot. E. Edinburgh. (Leith). Private 3638. 

Killed in Action, 10/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Patrick. B. Bathgate. E. Bathgate. Private 15942. Killed in 

Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Edward. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Rutherglen). Private 18440. 

Killed in Action, 12/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. . E. Edinburgh. (Portobello). Private 25282. 

Killed in Action, 3/10/16. Salonika. 
M'Donald, James. B. . E. Falkirk. (Falkirk). Private 29590. 

Died of Wounds, 30/7/18. Salonika. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Craigmillar. E. Edinburgh. Private 48594. Died, 

26/10/18. Salonika. (Formerly S/11174 Argyle & Sutherland Highlanders). 
M'Intyre, John. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. L/Corporal 11089. Killed in Action, 

22/7/17. Salonika. 

1st Garrison Battalion. 

M'Eachin, William. B. Berwick-on-Tweed. E. Edinburgh. (Harrogate). 

Private 28979. Died of Wounds, 4/5/18. Egypt. (Formerly 6948 

K.O.S.B.). 

Depot. 

MacDonald, Murdoch. B. Dingwall. E. Glencorse. Sergeant 4356. Died, 

Home, 9/2/16. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Falkirk. E. Larbert. Private 15634. Died, 14/3/17. 

Home. 

2nd Battalion. 

Darroch, Alex. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 2866. Killed in Action, 

21/4/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. Arbroath. E. Glencorse. (Arbroath). Private 3816. 

Killed in Action, 13/10/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Muir. B. Ayr. E. Glasgow. Private 14070. Killed in Action, 

9/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Angus. B. . E. Stirling. (Rothesay). Private 59956. Killed 

in Action, 29/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 45730 Argyle & 

Sutherland Highlanders). 
M'Connell, Gilbert. B. Perth. E. Perth. Private 7083. Killed in Action, 

15/9/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Hugh Gray. B. Dairy. E. Leith. (Leith). Private 59965. Killed 

in Action, 22/8/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William. B. Edinburgh. E. Leith. (Leith). Private! 2782. 

Died of Wounds, 31/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Edinburgh. E. Glencorse. (Edinburgh). Private 8437. 

Killed in Action, 13/9/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Elgin. E. Cullen. (Elgin). Private 8574. Killed in 

Action, 13/9/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Archibald. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 8865. Died of 

Wounds, 29/8/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Arthur.' B. Kelty. E. Shotts. Sergeant 4054. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 



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M'Donald, George. B. Beauly. E. Montrose. (Milton of Culloden). Private 

11457. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Thornliebank. E. Dumbarton. (Renton). Private 

21031. Killed in Action, 3/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Murdoch. B. Torosay, Mull. E. Oban. (Oban). Private 24110 

Killed in Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, David. B. Forres. E. Forres. (Forres). Private 27588. Killed in 

Action, 17/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William Whitelaw. B. North Berwick. E. Glencorse. (North 

Berwick). Private 59222. Died of Wounds, 4/11/18. France and Flanders. 

(Formerly 57749 H.L.I.). 
M'llwraith, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 45937. Killed in 

Action, 26/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Archd. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 36748. Died 

of Wounds, 3/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 36748 Scottish 

Rifles). 
M'Intyre, Charles. B. Edinburgh. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 51067. 

Died, Home, 7/7/18. (Formerly 3629 Lothian and Border Horse). 
M'Intyre, Daniel. B. Glasgow. E. Leith. (Leith). Private 13814. Died, 

15/2/17. Home. 
M'Intyre, Thomas. B. Dairy. E. Edinburgh. Private 8028. Died of Wounds, 

24/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Kean, Frederick Arbuckle. B. Eastwood. E. Pollokshaws. (Pollokshaws). 

Private 12072. Died, 24/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Kean, Matthew. B. Warrington. E. Warrington. (Warrington). Private 

7470. Killed in Action, 15/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Kichan, Alex. B. Stevenston. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 41542. 

Died of Wounds, 4/5/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 39456 H.L.I.). 
M'Kechnie, Hector. B. . E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 59979. 

Died of Wounds, 19/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 28238 

K.O.S.B.). 

4th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Archd. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 1914. Killed in 

Action, 12/7/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Crory, William. B. Airdrie. E. Edinburgh. Private 201037. Killed in 

Action, 2/11/17. Egypt. 
M'Donald, Alexander. B. Wick. E. Edinburgh. Private 275222. Killed in 

Action, 12/11/17. Egypt. 
M'Donald, Alex. W. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Corporal 1837. Died, 

24/10/18. Home. 
M'Donald, Angus. B. . E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 45209. 

Killed in Action, 1/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John Alex. C. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 1713. Killed 

in Action, 28/6/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, John T. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 1302. Killed in 

Action, 29/12/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, Robert Alex. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 1629. Killed 

in Action, 3/1/16. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, Lauchlan. B. Skye. E. Edinburgh. (Leith). Private 201047. Died 

of Wounds, 11/11/17. Egypt. 
M'Intvre, William. B. . E. Edinburgh. (Kirkcaldy). Private 201142. 

Killed in Action, 2/11/17. Egypt. 



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M'Intyre, George. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 251376. Killed in 
Action, 12/11/17. Egypt. 

5th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Andrew. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. L/Corporal 1281. Killed 

in Action, 3/5/15. Gallipoli. 
M 'Donald, George. B. Leith. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). L/Corporal 406. 

Died of Wounds, 8/6/15. Home. 
M'Donald, George W. B. Leith. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 1440. 

Died of Wounds, 4/6/15. Egypt. 
M'Donald, Robert Wallace. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. L/Sergeant 1121. 

Died of Wounds, 21/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Allan. B. . E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 2356. Died 

of Wounds, 28/5/18. Egypt. 

5th 6th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Robert. B. Gordon. E. Haddington. (Spottiswood). Private 

270776. Killed in Action, 10/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 1744 

Lothian & Border Horse). 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Shotts. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 12938. 

Killed in Action, 1/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Kean, David. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 250143. Died of 

Wounds, 27/9/17. France and Flanders. 

6th Battalion. 

Donaldson, John. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 1714. Killed in 

Action, 18/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 617. Died of 

Wounds, 14/3/15. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Henry. B. Birmingham. E. Leith. (Leith). Private 1965. Died, 

Home, 22/5/15. 
MacDonald, John. B. Edinburgh. E. Leith. (Leith). Private 1731. Died, 

Home, 22/5/15. 
M'Donald, William. B. Leith. E. Leith. Private 1917. Killed in Action, 

12/7/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Lanark. E. Lanark. (Lanark). Private 302986. 

Killed in Action, 12/11/17. Egypt. (Formerly 7676 H.L.I.). 
M'Intyre, Alex. B. Musselburgh. (Musselburgh). Private 2101. Died, 

22/5/15. Home. 
M'Kechnie, William. B. Inveresk. E. Bathgate. (Bathgate). Private 300980. 

Died of Wounds, 19/6/17. Egypt. 

8th Battalion. 

Darroch, James. B. New Monkland. E. Prestonpans. (Prestonpans). Private 

771. Died of Wounds, 3/8/16. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Charles. B. Edinburgh. E. Tranent. (Tranent). A/L/Corporal 

325121. Died of Wounds, 29/7/17. France and Flanders. 



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M'Donald, Edward. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 

335675. Killed in Action, 29/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George Alex. B. North Berwick. E. Dunbar. (Melrose). Private 

1024. Killed in Action, 16/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. Lasswade. E. Loanhead. (Polton). Private 4547. : 

Killed in Action, 11/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Evanton, Ross. E. Peebles. (Peebles). Private 7876. 

Killed in Action, 18/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Banff. E. Leith. Private 335482. Killed in Action, 

31/7/17. France and Flanders. 

9th Battalion. 

Darroch, Donald. B. Jura. E. Greenock. (Greenock). Private 352147. Killed 

in Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 24588 Royal Scots 

Fusiliers and 22212 Cavalry Regiment, 6th Res.). 
Donaldson, Duncan. B. Hamilton. E. Hamilton. Private 44353. Died of 

Wounds, 21/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2/2089 TR/53119 

H.L.I.). 
MacDonald, Robert. B. Penicuik. E. Edinburgh. (Portobello). L/Corporal 

350300. Killed in Action, 30/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. . E. Manchester. (Manchester). Private 2707. 

Died, 1/10/16. Home. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Brechin. E. Edinburgh. Private 350950. Killed in 

Action, 24/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John W. S. B. . E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 1991. 

Died of Wounds, 3/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Cambusnethan. E. Hamilton. (Wishaw). Private 

4590. Killed in Action, 6/9/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Norman Morrison. B. Lochee. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). 

Private 350294. Died, 17/6/18. Germany. 
M'Donald, David S. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 352452. Killed in 

Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'llwraith, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 44154. Died of 

Wounds, 17/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 15980 H.L.I.). 
M'Intyre, Archd. B. Beith. E. Edinburgh. (Leith). Private 350249. Killed 

in Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

Darroch, Duncan. B. Largie. E. Stirling. (Largie). Private 50616. Killed 

in Action, 18/8/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 29598 T.R. Battalion). 
Donaldson, Alex. B. Lanark. E. Lanark. Private 30274. Killed in Action, 

12/10/17. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Archd. B. Eastfield. E. Edinburgh. (Blackbridge). Private 11936. 

Died of Wounds, 24/10/17. 
Donaldson, James. B. Whiteman. (Whiteman). Private 11936. Killed in 

Action, 27/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Malcolm. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 47788. Killed in 

Action, 12/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 13990. Killed in 

Action, 8/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Bathgate. E. Bathgate. Private 15958. Killed in Action, 

7/4/17. France and Flanders. 



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M'Donald, William. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Corporal 11075. Killed in 

Action, 28/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Wilson. B. Cupar. E. Cupar. (Springfield, Fife). Private 15770. 

Killed m Action, 2/11/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Partick). Private 16780. Died, 

1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, George A. B. Newington. E. Leith. (Edinburgh). Private 11780. 

Killed in Action, 14/7/16. France and Flanders. 

12th Battalion. 

M'Coll, John Archd. B. Buenos Aires. E. Glasgow. Private 130G7. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Michael. B. Leith. E. Leith Walk. Private 3095. Died of 

Wounds, 22/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Arthur George. B. Glasgow. E. Edinburgh. Private 3693. Killed 

in Action, 4/7/16. 
M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 13702. Killed in Action, 

9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Auckland, N.Z. E. Edinburgh. (Colinton). Private 

3*8568. Killed in Action, 1/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. L/Corporal 43292. Killed 

in Action, 12/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alex. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 51611. . Killed in Action, 

12/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 47924 Royal Scots). 
M'Intvre, John. B. Neilston. E. Barrhead. Private 12788. Killed in Action, 

27/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Peter. B. Oban. E. Glasgow. Private 16037. Killed in Action, 

28/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, William. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Detroit, U.S.A.). Private 

23105. Killed in Action, 29/10/15. France and Flanders. 

13th Battalion. 

M'Donald, William. B. . E. Annan. (Annan). Private 335681 Killed 

in Action, 25/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Donald. B. Kilmalcolm. E. Glasgow. Corporal 41703. Killed in 

Action, 1/10/18. France and' Flanders. (Formerly 302191 Royal Scots 

Fusiliers). 
M'Innes, Angus. B. Cluny. E. Aberdeen. Private 39243. Killed in Action, 

14/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 31100 Royal Scots Fusiliers). 

15th Battalion. 

Donaldson, John. B. Hamilton. E. Edinburgh. Private 17798. Died of 

Wounds, 6/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Angus. B. Dumfries. E. Edinburgh. (Dumfries). Corporal 

18209. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, James. B. Gorton. E. Manchester. Private 17438. Died of 

Wounds, 7/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Crorie, Daniel. B. Ayr. E. Glencorse. (Musselburgh). Private 375895. 

Killed in Action, 22/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Lasswade. E. Bonnyrigg. (Lasswade). Private 

12989. Killed in Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 



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M' Donald, George. B. Lambeth. E. Manchester. (Walworth). Corporal 

17741. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Archd. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 30725. Killed in Action, 

9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Lewis. B. Elgin. E. Glasgow. Private 45935. Killed in Action, 

9/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Holytown. E. Glasgow. (Holytown). Private 49113. 

Died of Wounds, 21/9/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 1858 High- 
land Light Infantry). 
M'Innes, Hugh. B. Hulme. E. Manchester. Private 17970. Killed in Action, 

1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, William. B. Auchterarder. E. Dunblane. Private 31367. Killed in 

Action, 22/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, George. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 375775. Died of 

Wounds, 23/4/18. France and Flanders. 

16th Battalion. 

Donald, James MacFarlane. B. Glasgow. E. Beith. Private 42441. Killed in 

Action, 22/3/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Alex. B. Perth. E. Perth. Private 20700. Killed in Action, 

26/8/17. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Herbert. B. Bolton. E. Bolton. (Farnworth). Private 26995. 

Killed in Action, 20/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Thomas. B. Glasgow. E. Alloa. (Sauchie). Private 27743. Killed 

in Action, 26/6/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, John. B. Carnwath. E. Edinburgh. Private 19549. Killed in Action, 

15/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, William. B. Alloa. E. Alloa. Private 38148. Killed in Action, 

28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex., M.M. B. Perth. E. Glasgow. Sergeant 14362. Killed in 

Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Sergeant 4094. Died of 

Wounds, 10/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Patrick. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 14508. Killed in 

Action, 27/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Dufftown. E. Glasgow. (Dufftown). Corporal 15171. 

Killed in Action, 27/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Jura. E. Innerleithen. Private 15603. Killed in Action, 

28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh B. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 376601. Killed in 

Action, 22/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John S. B. Inverness. E. Stenhousemuir. (Arbroath). Killed in 

Action, 27/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Andrew D. B. Dunfermline. E. Dunfermline. (Inverkeithing). 

Private 21248. Died of Wounds, 11/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Joseph. B. Beauly. E. Inverness. Private 22323. Killed in Action, 

15/9/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alex. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 27153. Died, 

27/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 3361 Cavalry Regiment, 5th 

Res.). 
MacDonald, William. B. Bonnvrigg. E. Alloa. (Clackmannan). Private 

30408. Killed in Action, 18/2/18. France and Flanders. 



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M'Donald, Donald. B. Edinburgh. E. Leith. (Edinburgh). Private 33350. 

Kdled in Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Banff. E. Glasgow. Private 41254. Killed in Action, 

23/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 25019 Royal Scots Fusiliers). 
M'Donald, Robert. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 49113. Died of Wounds, 

21/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Andrew. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 330701. Killed 

in Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Robert. B. Westruther, Berwick. E. Haddington. (Spottiswood 

Bank). Private 270776. Killed in Action, 16/4/18. France and Flanders. 

(Formerly 1744 Lothian & Border Horse). 
M'Allister, James. B. Rutherglen. E. Hamilton. (Bellshill). L/Corporal 

43734. Died of Wounds, 11/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 3057 

Scottish Rifles). 
M'Coll, Peter. B. Jamestown. E. Edinburgh. Private 19052. Died of 

Wounds, 16/7/18. Home. 
Macdonald, Alex. B. Lybster. E. Edinburgh. (Leith). Private 25166. Killed 

in Action, 26/8/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, David. B. Glasgow. E. Edinburgh. (Falkirk). Private 19550. 

Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Lochboisdale. E. Glasgow. Private 352551. Killed 

in Action, 16/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 3209 H.L.I.). 
MacDonald, Hugh. B. Dunfermline. E. Dunfermline. Private 26639. Died of 

Wounds, 20/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 38535. Killed in Action, 

26/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James Watt. B. . E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 43799. 

Died of Wounds, 24/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 25361 H.L.I.). 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Elgin. E. Edinburgh. Private 21228. Killed in 

Action, 26/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Alex. Rowan. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 51288. Killed in 

Action, 16/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 38481 Scottish Rifles). 
M'Intyre, David. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 19561. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 21229. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Duncan. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 40829. Killed in 

Action, 22/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James Riggs. B. . E. Edinburgh. (Hawick). Private 18847. 

Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Colinton. E. Edinburgh. Private 350255. Killed in 

Action, 16/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Isaac, Thomas. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 24323. Died of Wounds, 

29/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Kean, John. B. Ayr. E. Ardeer. (Stewarton). Private 46016. Killed in 

Action, 22/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 39436. Killed in Action, 

28/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 30842 H.L.I.). 
M'Kechnie, William. B. Cadder. E. Dumbarton. (Alexandria). Private 

30583. Killed in Action, 19/2/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Keen, John. B. Hawick. E. Leith. (Hawick). Private 25037. Died of 

Wounds, 21/6/16. France and Flanders. 



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17th Battalion, 

Donaldson, Thomas. B. Cupar. E. Kirkcaldy. Private 21324. Died of 

Wounds, 28/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, James Mitchell. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. L/Corporal 22028. 

Killed in Action, 23/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. Perth. E. Edinburgh. (Falkirk). Killed in Action, 

17/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Bridge of Earn. E. Perth. L/Corporal 27711. Died of 

Wounds, 17/4/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Ian. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Private 59146. Killed in 

Action, 25/4/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 57482 H.L.I.). 

QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT). 

1st Battalion. 

MacDonald, Archd. B. Plumstead. E. Guildford. (Woolwich). Private L/ 10851. 

Killed in Action, 31/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Percy. B. Stepney. E. Wandsworth. (Clapham). Private G/37134. 

Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

MacDonald, James. B. West Calder. E. Croydon. (Bothwell). Private S/6793. 
Killed in Action, 14/7/16. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Frederick John Darley. B. Redhill. E. Guildford. (Redhill)., 
Private T/205961. Killed in Action, 13/10/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, Benjamin. B. Shap. E. Luton. (Luton). Private G/30131. Killed 
in Action, 21/9/18. France and Flanders. 

8th Battalion. 

M'Donnell, Elliot William. B. Lambeth. E. Wimbledon (Merton). Private 
G/2479. Killed in Action, 9/9/17. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

Donaldson, George. B. Redhill. E. Reigate. (Reigate). A/Corporal G/2097. 

Died of Wounds, 25/3/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Alex. B. Finchley. E. Southwark. (Kennington Park). Private G/7182. 

Killed in Action, 6/6/17. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Eric Ronald. B. Hammersmith. E. Chiswick. (Chiswick). 

Private G/70073. Killed in Action, 7/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Wm. Leslie. B. Gateshead. E. Gateshead. Private G/22913. Killed 

in Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 



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THE BUFFS (EAST KENT REGIMENT). 

1st Battalion. 

Donaldson, Arthur. B. Chatham. E. Chatham. (Chatham). Private G/14247. 
Died of Wounds, 9/6/20. Home. 

2nd Battalion. 

M'Donald, William George. B. Sheerness. E. Canterbury. (Woolwich). 
L/Corporal L/8527. Killed in Action, 28/9/15. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

Officer. 
M'Coll, Wm. Laurence. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Died of Wounds, 18/7/16. 

Rank and File. 

M'Donald, John. B. Kilquade, Co. Wicklow. E. Bray. (Kilfedder). Private 
G/ 13243. Killed in Action, 3/5/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Donnell, Morgan. B.Dublin. E.Dublin. Private G/ 13267. Killed in Action, 
12/10/17. France and Flanders. 

THE KING'S OWN (ROYAL LANCASTER REGIMENT.) 

1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, Robert. E. Ulverston. (Barrow). Private 201097. Killed in Action, 

28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Larty, Archd. B. Greenough. E. Lancaster. Private 16457. Died of 

Wounds, 8/3/15. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

M'Donnell, John. B. St. Pauls, Manchester. E. Manchester. Private 2591. 
Killed in Action, 8/5/15. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Donald, John. B. Bolton. E. Blackpool. Private 12966. Killed in Action, 
28/7/16. France and Flanders. 

8th Battalion. 

Donnell, Aubrey. B. Bristol. E. Shrewsbury. Private 266166. Killed in 

Action, 13/12/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Gorton. E. Ashton-under-Lyne. Private 27773. Killed in 

Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 

lst/4th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Arthur Leo. B. St. Marys, Barrow-in-Furness. E. Alverston. 

Private 200609. Killed in Action, 8/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Joseph. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. Private 28115. Killed in 

Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 



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2nd/5th Battalion. 

Officer. 

M'Connell, Robert Wallace. Lieutenant (Tp.). (Attached, 10th Battalion). 
Killed in Action, 9/4/16. 

Rank and File. 

M'Allister, John. B. Barrow. E. Barrow. Private 49090. Killed in Action, 
22/10/18. France and Flanders. 

NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS. 

Officers. 

Donald, Robert, M.C. Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 28/4/17. 

Donaldson, John. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 1/7/16. 

Donnell, Arthur Patrick. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 5/12/16 (and R.F.C.). 

(22) MacDonald, Hugh. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 5/6/17. 

(29) M'Donald, John. 2nd Lieutenant. Died, 21/11/16. (Attached 22nd Battalion). 

(23) MacDonald, Roderick. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 1/7/16. 

(8) M'Donald, Ronald Graham, M.C. Lieutenant (Tp.). (A/Captain). Died 
of Wounds, 16/8/17. 

(23) MacDonald, Simon. Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 1/7/16. 

(24) M'Donnell, Frank J. Lieutenant (Tp.). Died, 26/5/18. (Attached 
9th Battalion). 

1/2 M'Donnell, Thomas John. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 1/11/17. 

(Attached 26th Battalion). 
(16) Maclntyre, Thomas. Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. 

Rank and File. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Allister, Robert. B. Ryhope. E.Newcastle. Private 24246. Died of Wounds, 

25/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Hubert. B. Newcastle. E. Newcastle. Private 24287. Killed in 

Action, 9/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, William Henry. B.Leeds. E.Leeds. Private 8782. Died, 15/11/14. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Lanark. E. Cowdenbeath. Private 46897. Died, 9/4/17. 

France and Flanders. (Formerly 4265 Lowland Division R.E.). 
M'Kean, William. B. North Shields. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Private 9835. 

Died 7/11/14. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

Donaldson, William. B. Newcastle. E. Alnwick. Sergeant 7703. Died, 8/5/15. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William Campbell. B. Walker-on-Tyne. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Corporal 2640. Died, 21/2/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Patrick. B. Newcastle-on-Tyne. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. L/Corporal 

8711. Died, 8/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Inverness. E. York. Private 15241. Killed in Action, 

2/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Robert James. B. Teams. E. Newcastle. Private 8710. Killed in 

Action, 24/5/15. France and Flanders. 



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8th Battalion. 

M'Donald, David. B. Gateshead. E. Newcastle. Private 4072. Died, 19/8/15. 
Mediterranean. 

9th Battalion. 

Donald, John Rosby. B. Newcastle. E. Newcastle. L/Corporal 235666. Killed 

in Action, 24/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, John. B. Middlesbro. E. Middlesbro. Private 23560. Died, 17/7/16. 

France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Robert. B. Newcastle. E. Wallsend. Private 14813. Died of 

Wounds, 6/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'llwraith, Alexander. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 59110. Died of 

Wounds, 27/10/18. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

M'Allister, Alexander. B. Kilmarnock. E. Newcastle. Private 20/591. Died, 
31/1/18. Italy. 

12th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Robert. B. Blackhill, Durham. E. Wallsend. Private 28/582. Killed 
in Action, 22/8/16. France and Flanders. 

13th Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. Rochdale. E. Newcastle. Private 16402. Died, 16/6/17. 
France and Flanders. 

12th/ 13th Battalion. 

Donald, John. B. Bows, Durham. E. Newcastle. L/Corporal 34316. Killed in 
Action, 7/11/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly "28930 General List Cavalry). 

14th Battalion. 

M'Donald, John William. B. Barnard Castle. E. Bishop Auckland. Private 
18833. Killed in Action, 12/7, 16. France and Flanders. 

19th Battalion Tyneside Pioneers. 

M'Donald, Walter. B. Aberdeen. E. Turriff. Private 59194. Killed in Action, 
28/3/18. (Formerly S/13608 Seatorths). 

20th Battalion Tyneside Scottish. 

M'Donald, John. B. Edinburgh. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Private 20/358. Killed 

in Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John Arthur. B. Newcastle-on-Tyne. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Private 

20/1081. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Grory, William. B. West Hartlepool. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Private 29/220. 

Died, 5/6/17. France and Flanders. 

21st Battalion Tyneside Scottish. 

Darragh, James. B. Hebburn. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Private 33937. Killed in 
Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 



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M'Allister, Andrew. B. Grangetown, Durham. E. Sunderland. Private 21/1261. 

Killed in Action, 18/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Anthony. B. North Shields. E. North Shields. Private 21/49. Killed 

in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

22nd Battalion Tyneside Scottish. 

Donaldson, Robert. B. Sunderland. E. South Shields. Private 22/934. Died 

of Wounds, 20/3/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Henrv. B. Newcast!e-on-Tyne. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Private 

33745. Died' of Wounds, 12/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Pelton. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Corporal 20/256. Died 

of Wounds, 10/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John Goudie. B. Greenock. E. Greenock. Private 45284. Died, 

21/3/18. France and Flanders. 

23rd Battalion Tyneside Scottish. 

Donald, James. B. Lanark. E. Glasgow. Private 35037. Killed in Action, 
17/7/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 50008 West Yorks Regiment). 

24th Battalion Tyneside Irish. 

M'Allister, Frank. B. Ryhope. E. Newcastle. Private 24/609. Killed in Action, 
1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

25th Battalion Tyneside Irish. 

M'Coll, Michael. B. Donegal. E. South Shields. L/Corporal 25/1178. Killed 
in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

26th Battalion Tyneside Irish. 

M'Donald, John. B. . E. Ashington. Private 37579. Died of Wounds, 

25/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Matthew. B. Jarrow. E.Newcastle. Private 26/1126. Died, 1/7/16. 

France and Flanders. 

27th Battalion Tyneside Irish. 

M'Connell, James. E. Jarrow-on-Tyne. Private 27/459. Died, Home, 5/5/15. 

lst/ 4th Territorial Battalion. 

Donaldson, Thomas. B. Newcastle. E. Newburn. Private 824. Died, 26/4/15. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Walter Cross. B. Paddington, London. E. Marylebone. Private 

201899. Died, 30/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Arthur. B. Egremont, Ches. E. Hexham. Private 1455. Died of 

Wounds, 7/10/15. France and Flanders. 

1st 6th Territorial Battalion. 

M'Donald, Daniel. B. . E. Newcastle. Private 8093. Killed in Action, 

6/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, George Shipley. B. North Shields. E. North Shields. Private 66697. 

Died, 11/4/18. France and Flanders. 



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1 sty 7th Territorial Battalion. 

M'Crindle, Alfred Eli Ross. B. Prestwick. E. Glasgow. Private 293148. Died, 

14/6/18. Egypt. 
M'Donald, John. B. . E. Alnwick. Private 3521. Killed in Action, 

15/9/16. France and Flanders. 

THE ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGIMENT. 

2nd /5th Battalion. 

Donald, Neil. B. Whitburn. E. Fauldhouse. (Whitburn). Private 7285. 
Killed in Action, 1/9/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 1027 Royal 

Scots). 

lst/6th Battalion Territorials. 

M'Donald, George. B. St. Pauls, Balsall Heath. E. Warwick. (Balsall 
Heath). Private 241555. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

2nd /6th Battalion Territorials. 

Donald, Tom. B. . E. Coupar Angus. Private 6162. Killed in Action, 

19/7/16. (Formerly 1862 Highland Cyclist Battalion). 
M'Donald, Charles. B. Birmingham. E. Birmingham. (Handsworth). Private 

202129. Killed in Action, 7/12/17. France and Flanders. 

2nd 7th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Arthur. B. Inverallan, Banff. E. Perth. (Dufftown). L/Corporal 
5658. Died, 19/7/16. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

M'Donnell, Thomas Vincent. B. . E. Coventry. Private 19824. Killed 

in Action, 19/4/18. 

15th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Donald. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 32673. Died of Wounds, 
8/10/17. (Formerly 6457 Dragoon Guards). 

THE ROYAL FUSILIERS. (THE CITY OF LONDON REGIMENT). 

Officer. 
M'Intyre, James Lennie. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Died of Wounds, 14/5/18. 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

MacDonald, George. B. Stornoway. E. Finsbury. (Stornoway). Private 
8283. Killed in Action, 16/2/15. France and Flanders. 

MacDonald, John. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. Private 69862. Killed in 
Action, 11/10/18. (Formerly T.R./10/74602 107th T.R. Battalion). 



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2nd Battalion. 

M'Donnell, Louis Joseph. B. Dublin. E. Battersea. Private G/4708. Died of 
Wounds, 30/5/17. France and Flanders. 

3rd Battalion. 

M'Donald, Donald John. B. Holborn. E. London. (West Kensington). 

A/Sergeant 14734. Killed in Action, 24/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, George. B. Helensburgh. E. Finsbury, Berks. A/Sergeant 8082. 

Killed in Action, 26/3/15. France and Flanders. 

4th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Alfred. B. Clapton. E. Tottenham. (Stoke, Newington). L/Cor- 

poral L/11712. Killed in Action, 14/9/14. 
M'Donald, George. B. Stornoway. E. Finsbury. (Stornoway). Private 

SR/8283. Killed in Action, 16/2/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John B. . E. Wood Green. (Tottenham). Private G/11514. 

Killed in Action, 3/5/17. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Intyre, James. B. . E. Paislev. (Paisley). Private 69505. Killed 

in Action, 9/11/18. (Formerly SE/6825 A.V.C.). 

10th Battalion. 

Donald, John. B. Banff. E. London. (Warwick Square). Private St.K./962. 
Killed in Action, 15/7/16. France and Flanders. 

13th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Thomas. B. Newcastle, Staffs. E. Newcastle, Staffs. (Newcastle, 
Staffs.). Private 11406. Killed in Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 

23rd Battalion. 

M'Donald, Hector Alex. B. Chiswick. E. Chiswick. (Chiswick). Private 

G/6818. Killed in Action, 20/7/17. 
M'Donnell, Frederick. B. St. Pancras. E. St. Pancras. (St. Pancras). Private 

G/110296. Killed in Action, 30/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

R/30168 K.R.R.). 

24th Battalion. 

M'Kechnie, David Bruce. B. Wedderburn, Australia. E. London. (London, 
E.C.). Private SP/3994. Killed in Action, 28/7/16. France and Flanders. 

32nd Battalion. 

MacDonald, John. B. Birmingham. E. Mansfield, Notts. Private 53759. 

Died, 25/12/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4590 Middlesex Regiment). 



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THE KING'S LIVERPOOL REGIMENT. 

Officer. 
M'Donald, Alexander. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 14/7/16. 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

MacDonald, George William. B. Oldham. E. Ashton-under-Lyne. (Oldham). 

Private 10273. Killed in Action, 19/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John Gordon. B. Middleton, Lanes. E. Rochdale. (Littleborough). 

L/Corporal 9627. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

303 Lancashire Fusiliers). 
M'Connell, William. B. Drogheda. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 10580. 

Died of Wounds, 19/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Harry Douglas. B. Vancouver, Canada. E. Liverpool. (Southamp- 
ton). Private 14142. Died of Wounds, 26/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 9903. 

Killed in Action, 16/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Burscough. E. Liverpool. (Pangbourne). Private 

55693. Died of Wounds, 17/11/16. France and Flanders. 

4th Battalion. 

M'Allister, George. B. Liverpool. E. Warrington. (Liverpool). Sergeant 

7605. Killed in Action, 28/3/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. . E. Bootle. (Bootle). Private 53906. Killed in 

Action, 18/4/18. 

5th Battalion T.F. 

M'Donald, John. B. Bootle. E. Bootle. Private 4453. Killed in Action, 

8/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Alex. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 2584. 

Killed in Action, 17/5/15. France and Flanders. 

6th Battalion (Rifle) T.F. 

Donaldson, Herbert. B. Douglas, Isle of Man. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). 

L/Corporal 242144. Killed in Action, 20/9/17. 
Donaldson, Jonathan David. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). 

Private 1434. Died of Wounds, 13/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Herbert. B. . E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 3082. 

Killed in Action, 9/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 331723. 

Killed in Action, 20/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donell, William. B. . E. Liverpool. (Wallasey). Private 3086. 

Killed in Action, 28/6/16. France and Flanders. 

8th Battalion (Irish) T.F. 

Donaldson, Samuel. B. . E. Bootle. (Bootle). Private 30828. Killed 

in Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Albert. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). L/Corporal 

305144. Killed in Action, 8/1/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Andrew. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 305321. 



Killed in Action, 7/5/17. France and Flanders. 



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9th Battalion T.F. 

M'Donald, James. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 331534. 

Died of Wounds, 1/8/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Stephen, M.M. B. Everton. E. Liverpool. (Everton). L/Corporal 

330344. Died, 11/10/18. Home. 
M'Donnell, James. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 204414. 

Killed in Action, 10/8/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 1706 Lane, 

Hussars Yeomanry). 

10th Battalion (Scottish) T.F. 

MacDonald, Alex. B. Manchester. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). C.S.M. 355013. 

Killed in Action, 21/9/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Douglas. B. New Brighton. E. Liverpool. (New Brighton). 

Private 2675. Killed in Action, 16/6/15. 
MacDonald, George White. B. Balquhidder. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). 

L/Corporal 2910. Killed in Action, 9/8/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, George. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liscard). Private 44344. 

Died, 6/12/15. Home. (Formerly 192 R.F.A.). 
M'Coll, Donald Robert. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Allerton, Yorks.). 

C.S.M. 355043. Died, Home. 13/12/18. 
M'Donald, Alfred. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 355322. 

Died of Wounds, 2/12/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Birkenhead. E. Liverpool. (Litherland). Private 

2887. Killed in Action, 12/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Nicholas. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 359109. 

Killed in Action, 30/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert Alex. B. Kirkdale. E. Liverpool. (Walton). Sergeant 

2226. Died of Wounds, 22/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William Frazer. B. Glasgow. E. St. Helens. (St. Helens). 

Private 357680. Died of Wounds, 29/4/17. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

Donaldson, John. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 11508. 
Died of Wounds, 9/6/16. France and Flanders. 

12th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Hector. B. Manchester. E. Manchester. (Manchester). Private 

48591. Killed in Action, 7/10/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5139 

Manchester Regiment). 
M'Donald, Joseph. B. Radcliffe. E. Bury. (Radcliffe). Private 50527. Killed 

in Action, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 41609 Lanes. Fusiliers). 
M'Donald, William. B. . E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 29834. 

Killed in Action, 9/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, George. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). L/ Sergeant 

14897. Killed in Action, 27/8/15. France and Flanders. 

13th Battalion. 

Donaldson, James. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 24177. 

Killed in Action, 16/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Alister, David. B. Camborne. E. Cardiff. (Llanelly). Private 381398. 

Killed in Action, 12/4/18. France and Flanders. 



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M'Donald, John. B. Carnwath. E. Bootle. (Bootle). Private 5324. Killed in 

Action, 16/8/ 1G. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Londonderry. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 48404. 

Died of Wounds, 17/4/18. France and Flanders. 

17th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Albert. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 31631. 

Killed in Action, 28/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Southport). Private 24932. 

Killed in Action, 12/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, John H. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liscard). Private 15308. 

Killed in Action, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. 

18th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Robert Fairweather. B. . E. Dundee. (Dundee). Private 

57551. Killed in Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 835 

Army Cyclist Corps). 
M'Donald, Alexander. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). L/Corporal 

17073. Killed in Action, 8/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Alister, Alfred Frederick. B. Newry. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Private 

16597. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

19th Battalion. 

MacDonald, John. B. Mearns. E. Manchester. (Manchester). Private 269725. 

Died of Wounds, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John James. B. Poulton, Ches. E. Wallasey. (Poulton). Private 

32636. Killed in Action, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. 

20th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Arthur. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (Dundalk). L/Corporal 

48423. Died, 4/8/17. France and Flanders. 

1st Garrison Battalion. 

M'Aliister, Peter. B. Salford. E. Salford. Private 6029S. Died, 19/2/17. 
Egypt. (Formerly 4005 Lane. Fusiliers). 

NORFOLK REGIMENT. 

8th Battalion. 

M'Kean, William. B. Millport. E. Leamington. Private 202195. Killed in 
Action, 22/10/17. France and Flanders. 

LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT. 

2nd Battalion. 

M'Donald, John. B. Egremont (Cumb.). E.Mansfield. Private 14122. Killed in 

Action, 10/3/15. France and Flanders. (Formerly 13836 Leicester Reserves). 

M'Donald, Thomas Henry. B. Grantham. E. Grantham. Private 7756. Died, 

9/3/15. France and Flanders. 



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6th Battalion. 

MacLaverty, Kenneth. B. Barnet, Herts. E. Stamford, Lines. Sergeant 6047. 

Killed in Action, 9/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M' Donald, . B. Plumstead, Kent. E. Stratford, Essex. Sergeant 8626. 

Killed in Action, 14/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Gordon. B. Wandsworth. E. Paddington. L/Corporal 7626. Killed 

in Action, 8/6/17. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

M' Donald, Robert. B. Newcastle-on-Tyne. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Private 
4405. Killed in Action, 4/6/18. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Neil. B. Aberdeen. E. Durham (Gateshead). Private 30670. Killed 
in Action, 28/4/17. France and Flanders. 

DEVONSHIRE REGIMENT. 
1st Battalion. 

M'Donnell, John. B. Queenstown, Co. Cork. E. Cork. Private 31865. Killed in 

Action, 20/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Michael. B. Bermondsey. E. Devonport (Bermondsey). L/Corporal 

9156. Killed in Action, 23/4/17. 

1st 4th Territorial Battalion. 

MacDonald, Alexander. B. . E. Exeter. Private 2500. Killed in Action, 

31/12/16. Mesopotamia. 

PRINCE ALBERT'S SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, Robert John. B. Culmstock (Devon). E. Minehead (Som.). (Watchet, 
Som.). A/Corporal 20394. Killed in Action, 11/5/18. France and Flanders. 

MacDonald, James. B Penrhos, Mont. E. London. A/Corporal 6233. Killed 
in Action, 7/12/14. France and Flanders. 

6th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Daniel. B. Whitburn (Sunderland). E. Sunderland. Private 18849. 
Died of Wounds, 12/12/15. France and Flanders. 

8th Battalion. 

M'Connell, Richard Henry. B. Borrowash (Derbys.). E. Derby. (Borrowash). 
Private 15374. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. (Formerly 17236 Hussars). 

THE PRINCE OF WALES OWN WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT. 

Officers. 

(1) MacDonald, John Alexander. Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 30/11/17. 
(4) MacDonnell, Francis William Joseph. Major (Tp.). Died, 4/10/15. (Attached 
9th Battalion). 



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Rank and File. 

1st Battalion. 

Donald, George Ernest. B. Leeds. E. Leeds. Private 60131. Killed in Action, 

24/9/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Wilfrid. B. Birmingham. E. Lichfield. L/Corporal 42987. Killed in 

Action, 8/10/18. (Formerly 1658 Army Pay Corps). 
M' Donald, George. B. Wingate, Durham. E. Consett. Private 40074. Died 

of Wounds, 10/10/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 20935 Durham 

Light Infantry). 
M'Donald, Michael. B. York. E. York. Private 7901. Killed in Action, 

13/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Jarrow. E. Selby, Yorks. Private 5958. Killed in 

Action, 20/11/14. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

Donaldson, John. B. . E. Harrogate. Private 3111. Died, 9/7/16. 

Home. 

lst/6th Battalion. 

M'Donald, William. B. Bradford. E. Bradford, Yorks. Private 241645. 

Killed in Action, 25/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Cormick. B. Leeds. E. Leeds. Private 306018- Died, 9/10/17. 

France and Flanders. 

2nd/6th Battalion. 

M'Intyre, James Edward. B. . E. Bradford. (Bradford). Private 

240871. Died, 26/4/17. France and Flanders. 

3rd/6th Battalion. 

Donald, Willie. B. . E. Bradford. Private 240586. Died, 23/3/17. 

Home. 

lst/ 7th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Albert. B. Leeds. E. Leeds. Sergeant 265031. Killed in Action, 

9/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. . E. Leeds. (Leeds). Private 4453. Died, 

1/2/16. France and Flanders. 

9th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Thomas. B. Gateshead. E. Leeds. (Leeds). Private 10280. Killed 
in Action, 9/8/15. Gallipoli. 

11th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Angus. B. . E. Stirling. Private 51535. Killed in Action, 

21/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5721 A. & S. H.). 

16th Battalion. 

M'Connell, William. B. Kirkinner, Wigtown. E. Bradford. L/ Corporal 16357. 

Killed in Action, 27/7/16. France and Flanders. 
.M'Intyre, Arthur. B. Filey, Yorks. E. Bradford. (Long Preston). Corporal 

16/229. Killed in Action, 27/2/17. France and Flanders. 



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17th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Joseph. B. Bradford. E. Bradford. Private 18/1346. Killed in 
Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

EAST YORKS REGIMENT. 

Officers. 

(8) M'Intyre, Francis. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 3/5/17. 
(11) M'Intyre, Robert William, M.B.E. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 
25/7/18. 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

M'Intyre, James. B. Jarrow-on-Tyne. E. Sunderland. (Houghton-le-Spring). 
Private 6998. Killed in Action, 28/10/14. France and Flanders. 

lst/4th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Arthur. B. Hull. E. Hull. Private 2593. Killed in Action, 25/5/15. 
France and Flanders. 

6th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Robert. B. Hull. E. Hull. Private 11095. Killed in Action, 9/8/15., 

Dardanelles. 

M'Intyre, James. B. Scotland Gate. E. Morpeth (Choppington). L/Corporal 

10767. Died of Wounds, 11/8/17. France and Flanders. 

8th Battalion. 

M'Connell, Tom. B. Glasgow. E. Alloa. Private 14395. Killed in Action, 
26/9/15. France and Flanders. 

12th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Angus. B. Hull. E. Hull. Sergeant 12/211. Killed in Action, 

3/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. York. E. Hull. Private 12/800. Killed in Action, 

13/11/16. France and Flanders. 

BEDFORDSHIRE REGIMENT. 
5th Battalion. 

M'Donald, . B. Ardgour. E. Ardgour. (Cardington Beds). 

CQMS/45202. Died, 30/12/ 17. Egypt. (Formerly 942 A. & S. H.). 

6th Battalion. 

M'Donnell, Horace George. B. Luton. E. Bedford. (Luton). Private 31903. 
Killed in Action, 12/4/17. Fiance and Flanders. 



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LEICESTERSHIRE REGIMENT. 

1st Battalion. 

MacDonnell, Diarmid. B. Rushden (Northants.). E. Leicester. (Kettering). 
Private 7471. Killed in Action, 25/10/14. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

MacDonnell, Gerald. B. Rushden (Northants.). E. Northampton. (Kettering). 
Private 7901. Killed in Action, 15/5/15. France and Flanders. 

ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, Thomas. Hon. Lieutenant and Quarter Master. Died, 23/11/14. 

France and Flanders. 
MacDonnell, Herbert Creagh. Captain. Died of Wounds, 24/5/15. (And R.F.C.). 

1st Battalion. 

M' Donald, Edward. B. Enniscorthy. E. Enniscorthy. Private 8788. Died of 

Wounds, 15/5/17. Salonika. 
M'Donnell, William. B. St. Michaels, Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 9673. Killed 

in Action, 15/3/15. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

M'Donald. Alfred. B. Limerick. E. Colchester. Private (L/C.) 10368. Died, 

1/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Arthur Patrick. B. Limerick. E. Stratford. (Colchester). Private, 

10955. Died of Wounds, 1/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Kilrush, Co. Clare. E. Wexford. (Ferrybank, Co. 

Kilkenny). Private 8189. Died of Wounds, 25/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Michael. B. Drumcliff, Co. Clare. E. Ennis. (Kilmaley, Co. Clare). 

Private 7015. Killed in Action, 24/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Carlow. E. Carlow. Private 11031. Killed in Action, 

15/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Crory, Charles. B. Omagh. E. Omagh. Private 2805. Died of Wounds, 

24/5/15. France and Flanders. 

6th Battalion. 

M'Alister, Patrick. B. Coleraine. E. Londonderry. Private 2489. Died of 

Wounds, 28/1/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alexander. B. Kilrea, Co. Derry. E. Coleraine. (Kilrea). Private 

3586. Killed in Action, 3/9/16. 
M'Donnell, John. B. Cuffs Green, Kilkenny. E. Callan. Corporal 41 lo. Killed 

in Action, 9/5/16. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Joseph. B. Ballinakill, Queen's Co. E. Abbeyleix. (Ballinakill). 

Private 25541. Killed in Action, 12/12/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

2231 South Irish Horse). 
M'Donnell, Mvles. B. St. Lawrence O'Tooles, Dublin. E. Dublin. Corporal 

26513. Killed in Action, 2/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 27519 

Royal Dublin Fusiliers). 



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ALEXANDRA PRINCESS OF WALES OWN YORKSHIRE REGIMENT. 

Officers. 
Lieutenant (Tp.) 



Killed in Action, 10/7/16. 
Died of Wounds, 5/10/15. 



(15) M'Intyre, George Duncan. 

(Attached, 7th Battalion). 
M'Intyre, John Caldwell. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.) 

(Attached, 2nd Battalion). 

Rank and File. 

2nd Battalion. 

Donald, Frederick. B. Baldendale, York. E. Barnard Castle. (Romaldskirk). 

Private 18857. Killed in Action, 8/5/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. MiddlesBro'. E. Middlesbro'. Private 3/7966. Killed 

in Action, 15/6/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Peter. B. Middlesbro'. E. Middlesbro'. L/Corporal 3/7732. 

Killed in Action, 21/3/T8. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Long Burton. E. Elswick. (Scotswood). Private 38323. 

Killed in Action, 22/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Stephen. B. Bradford. E. Richmond, York. (Bradford). Private 

7850. Killed in Action, 11/3/15. France and Flanders. 



M'Intyre, James. B. . 

Killed in Action, 23/4/17. 



4th Battalion. 

E. Middlesbro'. (Sunderland). 
France and Flanders. 

5th Battalion. 



Private 201461. 



Donnell, Wilfrid. B. Bishop Auckland. E. Bishop Auckland. Private 48458. 

Killed in Action, 27/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, John. B. Barking. E. Middlesbro'. Private 23899. Killed in 

Action, 27/5/18. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Duncan. B. Parkinsville. E. Sunderland. (Horden). Private 

16226. Died of Wounds, 1/3/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, Michael. B. South Bank. E. Middlesbro'. Private 32939. Died, 

22/3/17. France and Flanders. 



Donaldson, Henry. 
Action, 5/7/16. 



9th Battalion. 

B. So. Shields. E. So. Shields. 
France and Flanders. 



Private 17728. Killed in 



10th Battalion. 

MacDonald, William Victor. B. Bourneville, Wore. E. Birmingham. (Bourne- 
ville). Private 41868. Killed in Action, 8/5/18. France and Flanders. 
(Formerly 161627 R.F.A.). 

13th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Harold. B. Leicester. E. Leicester. Private 29306. Killed in 
Action, 6/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 29678 Sherwood 

Foresters). 



86 

M'Kean, John. B. Maxwelltown, Kirkcub. E. Huddersfield. Corporal 25500. 
Killed in Action, 22/3/18. France and Flanders. 

Macinnes, Malcolm. B. Gallanish, Lewis. E. Manchester. (Heaton Chapel). 
L/Corporal 41870. Killed in Action, 13/4/18. France and Flanders. (For- 
merly 161737 R.F.A.). 

THE LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS. 

Officer. 
(17) M'Innes, Robert Donald. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Died of Wounds, 17/3/18. 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

M'Coll, Hugh. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. Private 23313. Died of Wounds, 

15/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Henry. B. Wig-an. E. Leigh. Private 7675. Killed in Action, 

4/6/15. Gallipoli. 

2nd Battalion. 

MacDonald, Lionel. B. Widnes. E. St. Helens. Private 5256. Killed in Action, 

24/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Southport. E. Bury. (Burnley). Private 9886. Killed in 

Action, 26/8/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Edinburgh. E. Bury. (Edinburgh). Private 9437. Killed in 

Action, 11/1/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John William. B. Blackburn. E. Blackburn. Private 5225. Killed 

in Action, 23/10/16. France and Flanders. 

9th Battalion. 

M'Intyre, Thomas. B. Bury. E. Bury. Private 3140. Killed in Action, 21/8/15. 
Gallipoli. 

10th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Edward. B. Bradford. E. Oldham. L/Corporal 5302. Killed in 

Action, 6/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Keon, Joseph. B. Rochdale. E. Bacup. (Rochdale). Private 23298. Killed in 

Action, 7/7/16. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

M'Connell, James, M.M. B. Bolton. E. Bury. (Bolton). A/C.S.M. 2368. 

Killed in Action, 1/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Darwen. E. Darwen. Private 9200. Killed in Action, 

8/8/16. France and Flanders. 

15th Battalion. 

M'Donald, William. B. Hull. E. Bolton. (Oldham). Private 23814. Died, 
16/12/18. France and Flanders. 

16th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Fred Hector. B. Salford. E. Salford. Private 26529. Killed in 
Action, 10/8/18. France and Flanders. 



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17th Battalion. 

Macintyre, James. B. Preston. E. Bury. (Todmorden). Corporal 15342. Killed 

in Action, 23/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Harry. B. Pendleton. E. Salford. Sergeant 15504. Killed in Action, 

19/8/16. 

19th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Doug-las. B. Salford. E. Manchester. Private 25102. Killed in 
Action, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. 

20th Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. Oldham. E. Oldham. L/Corporal 19953. Killed in 

Action, 8/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Keand, Alex. B. Blackburn. E. Blackburn. L/Corporal 36355. Killed in 

Action, 23/10/17. (Formerly 15965 Border Regiment). 
M'Intyre, James Ferguson. B. Manchester. E. Ashton-under-Lyne. Sergeant 

21627. Died of Wounds, 23/10/17. France and Flanders. 



2nd/ 5th Battalion T.F. 

MacDonald, William. B. Ramsbottom. E. Bury. 
Action, 9/9/16. France and Flanders. 



Private 200983. Killed in 



3rd/5th Battalion T.F. 



Private 203061. Killed in 



Donaldson, Clifford Stuart. B. Leeds. E. Blackpool 

Action, 10/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Jesse. B. Littleborough. E. Rochdale. Private 204408. 

Action, 26/4/17. France and Flanders. 



Killed in 



lst/6th Battalion. 

MacDonald, George Angus. B. Middleton. E. Rochdale. (Littleborough). 

Private 8559. Killed in Action, 7/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Intyre, Thomas. B. Hollinwood. E. Ashton-under-Lyne. (Hollinwood). 

Private 40494. Died of Wounds, 8/12/17. France and Flanders. 

lst/7th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Charles. B. Salford. E. Salford. Corporal 2422. Killed in Action, 

7/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, Henry. B. Manchester. E. Manchester. Private 30105. Killed in 

Action, 28/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Joseph. B. Salford. E. Salford. L/Corporal 280340. Killed in 

Action, 25/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Robert. B. Logic E. Seaforth. (Bootle). Private 33014. Killed in 

Action, 25/3/18. France and Flanders. 

1st 8th Battalion. 

M'Donald, John. B. Salford. E. Broughton. Private 305241. Killed in Action, 
6/9/17. France and Flanders. 



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2nd /8th Battalion. 

. E. Fort-William. Private 39053. Died of 



MacDonald, Donald. B. 

Wounds, 13/10/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Coll, David. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. Private 307018. 
21/3/18. France and Flanders. 



Killed in Action, 



THE ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS. 



(3) M' Donald, James Vallance. 
(Att. 6th /7th Battalion). 



Officers. 

2nd Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 17/4/18.J 



M'Alister, George Howden. 
M.G.C.). 



5th Battalion T.F. 

2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 24/8/16. (And 



Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 



Private 5017. Killed in 



Donald, John. B. Irvine. E. Irvine. (Ardrossan) 

Action, 16/6/15. France and Flanders. 
Donald, William Alex. B. Burton-on-Trent. E. Hammersmith. (Buxton). 

Private 41720. Killed in Action, 2/9/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. . E. Glasgow. (Bridgeton, Glasgow). Private 

19152. Killed in Action, 26/9/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Archibald. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 6685. Died, 

11/11/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, George. B. Drummellie (Inverness). E. Perth. Private 6529. 

Died of Wounds, 24/10/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 32520. Killed in 

Action, 26/9/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Macduff. E. Glasgow. L/Corporal 6913. 

11/11/14. France and Flanders. 



E. Glasgow. (Partick). 
France and Flanders. 
E. Glasgow. Private 205266. 



Private 28217. 



Private 28665. 



MacDonald, Roderick. B. North Uist 

11782. Killed in Action, 13/11/16. 
Maclnnes, Archd. B. Fort William. 

12/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Archd. B. Irvine. E. Irvine. 

16/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. 

12/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, William. B. Govan. E. Govan. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Crory, Terence. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow 

Action, 24/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Old Monkland. E. Coatbridge 

Action, 18/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Patrick. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 7675. 

23/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 6903. 

France and Flanders. 



Died, 

Sergeant 



Died, 



Private 7507. Killed in Action, 



Killed in Action, 
Died, 28/3/18. 



Private 52793. 



Killed in 



Private 29870. Killed in 

Died of Wounds, 

Died, 18/1/15. 



89 



M'Donald, William, D.C.M. B. Govan. E. Govan. L/Corporal 52003. Died, 



25/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William J. F. B. Hamilton. E. Glasgow. Private 

Wounds, 3/2/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Christopher. B. Leith. E. Edinburgh. (Leith) 

Killed in Action, 1/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'llwraith, Thomas. B. Govan. E. Govan. (Crookston). 

Killed in Action, 16/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Alex. B. Falkirk. E. Edinburgh. Private 40845. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, George. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. (Pollokshields). 

Killed in Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, George. B. Camelon. E. Falkirk. (Camelon). 

Died, 12/4/18. France and Flanders. 



14174. Died of 
Private 9727. 
Private 16047. 
Died, 12/4/18. 
Private 48214. 
Private 29931. 



2nd Battalion. 



E. Ayr. (Crosshill). Private 13214.; 

(Bolton). Sergeant 18170. 

Died, 



Darroch, Robert. B. Crosshill, Ayrshire. 

Died, 12/10/16. France and Flanders 
Darrock, James. B. Bolton. E. Manchester. 

Died, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, George. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow 

17/4/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. Kirkpatrick, Juxta. E. Dumfries 

24036. Died, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Robert B. B. Kilmarnock. E. Kilmarnock. Private 24113 

22/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Kirkmichael. E. Ayr. (Newmilns) 

Died of Wounds, 14/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Kilsyth. E. Dumbarton. (Bonhill) 

Died, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Inverness. E. Newton Stewart. (Inverness) 

40596. Died of Wounds, 5/4/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Lachlan. B. Lochias. E. London. Plockton, Ross. Private 40702 

Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MTlraith, Duncan. B. New Kilpatrick. E. Glasgow. (Milngavie) 

L/Corporal 5887. Killed in Action, 13/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Morris. B. Glasgow. E. Dundee. (Bridgeton). Private 6053 
France and Flanders. 
Glasgow. E. Glasgow 



Private 41211. 



(Beattock). Private 



Died, 



Private 53644. 



Private 20683. 



Private 



Died, 31/10/14. 
M'Innes, Archd. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 19222. 

France and Flanders 
M'Innes, John. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 9496. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Gavin. B. Paisley. E. Paisley. 

12/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Robert. B. Cambusnethan. E. Ayr. (Newmilns) 

10501. Died of Wounds, 18/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, William M. B. Newington. E. Edinburgh. Private 6348. Died of 

Wounds, 14/7/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Thomas. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 53706. Killed in 

Action, 28/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, William. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 41186. Died, 

31/7/17. France and Flanders. 



Died, 30/7/16. 
Died, 29/10/14. 
Private 7670. Killed in Action, 
L/Corporal 



90 

3rd Battalion. 

M'Innes, John. B. Paisley. E. Renfrew. (Paisley). Private 61284. Died, 
25/10/18. Home. 

1st /4th Battalion. 

M'Allister, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glengarnock. (Kilbirnie). L/Corporal 

7185. Killed in Action, 12/7/15. Dardanelles. 
M'Connell, Alex. B. Kilmarnock. E. Kilmarnock. Private 200532. Died, 

12/7/15. Dardanelles. 
M' Donald, Charles. B. Callander. E. Saltcoats. (Stewarton). Sergeant 

6959. Killed in Action, 12/7/15. Dardanelles. 
M'Innes, Joseph. B. . E. Kilmarnock. (Dairy). Private 8648. Died of 

Wounds, 14/7/15. Dardanelles. 
M'Intyre, Joseph. B. Drumglass, Tyrone. E. Furner. (Dungannon). Private 

203309. Killed in Action, 19/4/17. Palestine. 
MacDonald, Allan. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 53037. Killed in Action, 

19/9/18. France and Flanders. 

lst/5th Battalion. 

MacDonald, William. B. Cromdale. E. Ayr. Private 7208. Killed in Action, 

23/4/16. Egypt. 
M'Connell, William. B. Maybole. E. Maybole. A/L/ Sergeant 240117. Died 

of Wounds, 26/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Crorie, John. B. . E. Ayr. (Drumlev). Private 240953. Died of 

Wounds, 12/6/17. Palestine. 
M'Donald, James. B. Glenlivet. E. Markinch. Sergeant 6807. Died of 

Wounds, 31/12/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, James Fiffe. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 23262. Died of 

Wounds, 16/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Kean, Robert. B. Monkton of Prestwick. E. Ayr. (Prestwick). Private 

7197. Killed in Action, 23/4/16. Egypt. 

6th Battalion. 

M'Allister, James. B. Maryhill. E. Glasgow. Private 11392. Killed in 

Action, 29/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Donald. B. Tobermory. E. Ardrossan. Private 11984. Died, 26/9/15. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Francis. B. Greenock. E. Greenock. Private 12078. Killed in 

Action, 3/3/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Frederick. B. Alloa. E. Edinburgh. (Alloa). Private 11118. Died, 

26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Archd. B. Ardrossan. E. Ardrossan. Sergeant 12098. Died, 

4/11/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Archd. B. Jedburgh. E. Edinburgh. (Crook of Devon). Private 

15375. Killed in Action, 18/11/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, George. B. Monifieth. E. Lochgelly. (So. Glencraig). Private 

16117. Killed in Action, 14/10/15. France and Flanders. 
Macintyre, William. B. St. Rollox. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 11709. 

Died, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 



91 



6th/ 7th Battalion. 



(Garnethill). Private 20995. 



Donaldson, Peter. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow 

Died, 13/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, James. B. Hamilton. E. Glasgow. (Motherwell). 

Killed in Action, 2/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 28837. 

10/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Elgin. E. Glasgow. Private 19514. 

30/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Skye. E. Glasgow. Private 23392. 

12/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Penston. E. Glencorse. (Dirleton). 

Died, 22/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Kilmarnock. E. Dreghorn. (Kilmarnock). 

13199. Died, 25/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Cumnock. E. Ayr. (Cumnock). 

Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Colin. B. Kilfinan. E. Cumnock. (Auchterarder). 

Died of Wounds, 1/2/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Larty, John. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 19643. 

France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William B. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 29906. 

Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 



Private 20645. 



Died of Wounds,. 
Killed in Action, 
Killed in Action, 



Private 40850. 



Private 



Private 20088. 



Private 23829. 



Died, 20/4/17. 



Killed in 



7th Battalion. 

Donald, Stewart. B. Errol. E. Bramshot, Hant. (Dundee). C.S.M. 7823. 

Killed in Action, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 13438. Killed in 

Action, 2/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Stornoway. E. Glasgow. Private 15255. Killed in 

Action, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Allan. B. Duror, Argyll. E. Glasgow. (Kilbrannan, Oban). L/Cor- 

poral 16373. Died, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Edward. B. Ellensbeith, Argvll. E. Glasgow. (Ellensbeith). 

L/Corporal 16372. Died, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Duncan. B. Oban. E. Glasgow. Private 12792. 

12/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Stirling. E. Stirling. (East Plean). Private 15635. 

Died, 12/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intvre, William. B. Glasgow. E. Maryhill. (Maryhill). Private 16379. 

Died, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 



Killed in Action,. 



8th Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 23711. Died, 23/9/16. 

Ro 1 LTO T"JQ 

M'Innis, Alfred. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 19221. Killed in Action, 

19/9/18. Balkans. 
MacDonald, Hugh. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 14108. Killed irt 

Action, 19/9/18. Balkans. 



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12th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Henry Easson. B. Rothesay. E. Glasgow. Private 202131. Killed 

in Action, 13/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow, i E. Glasgow. Private 296144. Killed in 

Action, 12/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 296082. Died of 

Wounds, 2/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Neil. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Dennistoun). Private 295929. 

Died of Wounds, 7/8/18. France and Flanders. 

THE CHESHIRE REGIMENT. 
1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, Harry. B. St. Peters, Congleton. E. Macclesfield. (Congleton). 

Private 10093. Killed in Action, 7/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Joe. B. Newton, Ches. E. Hyde. Private 10585. Killed in Action, 

3/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. St. James, Stockport. E. Stockport. Private 5771. Killed 

in Action, 22/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Myles. B. Chester. E. Altrincham. Private 68233. Killed in Action, 

23/10/18." France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

MacDonald, Thomas. B. Birkenhead. E. Birkenhead.' Private 18229. Killed in 
Action, 3/10/15. France and Flanders. 

3rd Battalion. 

M'Donnell, Thomas. B. St. Helens. E. Runcorn. Private 14956. Died, 

3/12/17. Home. 
M'Kean, John Alexander. B. Islington. E. London. Private 8493. Died, 

8/1/17. Home. 

8th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Patrick. B. Runcorn. E. Frodsham. (Runcorn). Private 24601. 

Killed in Action, 29/4/16. Mesopotamia. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Birkenhead. E. Port Sunlight. L/Corporal W/735. 

Killed in Action, 8/4/17. Mesopotamia. 

9th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Peter. B. Ballyness, Co. Armagh. E. Birkenhead. Private 30649. 
Killed in Action, 24/3/18. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Archd. B. Runcorn. E. Northwich. Private 14761. Killed in 
Action, 21/5/16. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Thomas. B. Sale. E. Sale. Private 52717. Killed in Action, 
21/10/16. France and Flanders. 



93 

1 3th Battalion. 

M' Donald, Hugh. B. Bootle. E. Port Sunlight. (Birkenhead). Private W/516. 

Died of Wounds, 11/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Lewis. B. Gorton. E. Hyde. Private 9529. Killed in Action, 

10/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Grory, James. B. Seacombe. E. Wallasey. (Seacombe). Private W/253. 

Killed in Action, 18/4/17. France and Flanders. 

15th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Stanley. B. Birkenhead. E. Wallasey. (Seacombe). Private W/769. 

Died of Wounds, 5/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. St. Josephs, Stockport. E. Hyde. (Stockport). Private 

8266. Died of Wounds, 28/9/18. France and Flanders. 

16th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Thomas. B. Hebburn. E. Gateshead. Private 20826. Killed in 

Action, 19/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. L/Corporal 23426. Killed in 

Action, 10/7/ 16. France and Flanders. 
M'Keon, John. B. Waterford. E. Port Sunlight. (Rockferry). Sergeant W/405. 

Killed in Action, 22/4/17. France and Flanders. 

1st, 4th Battalion. 

M'Intvre, George. B. West Bowling, Bradford. E. Birkenhead. (Liverpool). 
Private, 1381. Killed in Action, 19/8/15. Gallipoli. 

ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS. 
1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, John. B. St. Helens. E. Warrington. (Stalybridge). Sergeant 
46839. Killed in Action, 1/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2656 
South Lane. Regiment). 

4th Battalion. 

MacDonald, John. B. Rosskeen, Rosshire. E. Conway Castle. Private 18683. 
Killed in Action, 3/2/17. Mesopotamia. 

10th Battalion. 

MacDonald, William. B. Liverpool. E. Rhyl. Private 14166. Died of Wounds. 
3/5/16. France and Flanders. 

13th Battalion. 

MacDonald, William. B. Holborn. E. Holborn. Corporal 22043. Died of 
Wounds, 6/5/18. France and Flanders. 

15th Battalion. 

M'Connell, Edward James. B. Buxton. E. Holborn. Private 21807. Died, 
17/6/16. France and Flanders. 



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16th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Fred. B. Burnley. E. Burnley. Private 210685. Died of Wounds, 
24/4/18. France and Flanders. 

17th Battalion. 

MacDonald, William. B. Manchester. E. Bangor, N.W. (Longton, Staff.). 
Private 26091. Died of Wounds, 1/8/17. France and Flanders. 

2nd/6th Battalion. 

M'Donald, John. B. Bromborough. E. Birkenhead. (New Ferry). Private 
267472. Died, Home, 30/9/17. 

THE SOUTH WALES BORDERERS. 

4th Battalion. 

MacDonald, John. B. St. Marys, Stockport. E. Wigan. Private 19827. 

Killed in Action, 9/4/16. Mesopotamia. (Formerly 11199 Cheshire 

Regiment). 

6th Battalion. 

M'Crory, John. B. Brynmawr. E. Newport (Mon.). Died of Wounds, 29/10/18. 
France and Flanders. 

THE KING'S OWN SCOTTISH BORDERERS. 

Officers. 

(6) M'Connell, Reginald Bryan. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 

22/1/17. 
(9) M'Donald, Alexander. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 30/7/16. 

(Att. 2nd Battalion). 

4th Border Battalion T.F. 

M'Intyre, John Watson. 2nd Lieutenant. Died, 30/3/17. 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

Donald, Robert. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 202612. Killed 

in Action, 11/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Archd. B. Dumfries. E. Dumfries. (Dumfries). L/Corporal 10071. 

Killed in Action, 22/8/15. Dardanelles. 
MacDonald, James. B. Dalziel. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 10497. 

Died, 8/3/15. Home. 
MacDonald, James Myles. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). 

Private 29020. Killed in Action, 11/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

2245 R.A.M.C). 
MacDonald, Thomas Hector. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). 

Private 40529. Killed in Action, 15/5/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

4622 Royal Scots). 
M'Donald, Bernard. B. Coatbridge. E. Berwick. (Coatbridge). Private 

6623. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 



95 

M'Donald, Charles. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 8371. 

Killed in Action, 11/3/15. Mediterranean. 
M'Donald, Charles. B. Aberdeen. E. Kirkcaldy. (Kirkcaldy). Private 28696. 

Died of Wounds, 20/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 1928 Fife and 

Forfar Yeomanry). 
M'Donald, George. B. Elgin. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 20460. 

Killed in Action, 25/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 

13080. Killed in Action, 14/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Edinburgh. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 11038. 

Killed in Action, 4/7/15. Dardanelles. 
M'Donald, Jasper. B. St. Giles. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 7035. 

Killed in Action, 4/6/15. Dardanelles. 
M'Donald, John. B. Kirkcudbright. E. Dumfries. (Dumfries). Private 17915. 

Killed in Action, 11/8/15. Dardanelles. 
M'Donald, John. B. Kilmally. E. Yarrow. (Yarrow). Private 29546. Died 

of Wounds, 17/2/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Fodderty. E. Musselburgh. (Musselburgh). Private 

40473. Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4166 

Royal Scots). 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Greenock. E. Greenock. (Greenock). Private 9755. 

Killed in Action, 26/4/15. Dardanelles. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Leith. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 4353. 

Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4353 Royal 

Scots). 
M'Donald, William. B. Stornoway. E. Greenock. (Stornoway). Private 

11320. Died of Wounds, 4/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Norman. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. (Dundee). L/Corporal 10368. 

Killed in Action, 26/4/15. Dardanelles. 
M'Innes, John. B. New Monkland. E. Airdrie. (Airdrie). L/Corporal 18912. 

Killed in Action, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. (Formerly 8994 H.L.I.). 
M'Intyre, Arthur. B. Anniesland. E. Glasgow. (Anniesland). Private 7181. 

Killed in Action, 28/6/15. Dardanelles. 
M'Intyre, Dugald. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 19937. Killed in 

Action, 1/9/17. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

Donald, William. B. Dunfermline. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). L/Corporal 

6296. Killed in Action, 23/7/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Andrew. B. . E. Berwick. (Annan). Private 23056. Died 

of Wounds, 10/10/16. Home. 
Donaldson, Hugh Murray. B. Edinburgh. E. Leith. (Leith). Private 18448. 

Killed in Action, 4/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, John. B. Barony. E. . (Glasgow). Private 6927. Killed in 

Action, 9/6/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Crindle, John. B. Barr. E. Ayr. (Girvan). Private 41386. Died of 

Wounds, 23/7/18. Home. (Formerly 9688 R.S.F.). 
M'Donald, Patrick. B. Uphall. E. Glencorse. (Uphall). Private 43146. 

Killed in Action, 28/6/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 144262 Royal 

Horse Artillery). 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Longriggend. E. Edinburgh. (Longriggend). Private 

6171. Killed in Action, 19/11/14. France and Flanders. 



96 

M'Donald, Andrew. B. Glasgow. E. Falkirk. (Falkirk). Private 40037. 

Killed in Action, 7/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 30901 Royal 

Scots). 
M'Donald, James. B. Coxhoe, Durham. E. Houghton-le-Spring. (Kelloc, 

Durham). Private 21734. Killed in Action, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Callander. E. Callander. (Callander). Private 8932. 

Killed in Action, 23/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Dalkeith. E. Edinburgh. (Dalkeith). Private 1907. 

Killed in Action, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Archd. B. Hamilton. E. Hamilton. (Hamilton). Private 27974. 

Killed in Action, 4/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly Private 4075 

H.L.I.). 
M'Intyre, Alex. Blythe. B. Glasgow. E. St. Andrews. (St. Andrews). Private 

28697. Died, 6/2/17. Home. (Formerly Private 3460 Fife and Forfar 

Yeomanry). 
M'Intyre, Archd. B. Oban. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 202072. Killed 

in Action, 26/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, George M'Knight. B. . E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 

34896. Died of Wounds, 20/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Henry. B. Selkirk. E. Selkirk. (Selkirk). Private 8082. Killed in 

Action, 18/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MTntvre, Paul Edward Kane. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 

6034. Killed in Action, 3/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Peter. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. (Dundee). Private 21616. Killed in 

Action, 4/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Keand, Robert. B. Twynholm. E. Dumfries. (Borgue). Private 23498. 

Killed in Action, 3/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Keen, John. B. Maryhill. E. Glasgow. (Kirkintilloch). Private 20642. 

Killed in Action, 3/9/16. France and Flanders. 



Donaldson, Alex. B. 
Home, 23/3/17. 



3rd Battalion. 

Errol. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). 

1st 4th Battalion. 



Private 28229. Died, 



(Galashiels). Private 



Donaldson, Thomas. B. Galashiels. E. Galashiels. 

200464. Killed in Action, 30/11/17. Egypt. 
Donaldson, William Bisset. B. Galashiels. E. Galashiels. (Galashiels). Private 

6591. Died, 17/7/15. Egypt. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Inverness. E. Galashiels. (Inverness). C.Q.M.S. 

20122. Died of Wounds, 30/10/17. Egypt. 



1st 5th Battalion. 

M'Donald, John. B. Lurbridge, Nairn. E. Aberdeen. (Aberdeen). L/Corporal 
27594. Died of Wounds, 22/10/18. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, Robert. B. Dalbeattie. E. Dalbeattie. (Dalbeattie). Corporal 
1100. Died, 24/10/15. Home. 

M'Kean, Matthew. B. Near Kirkend. E. Dumfries. (Dumfries). Private 
240722. Killed in Action, 19/4/17. Egypt. 



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6th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Francis. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). A/ Sergeant 17276. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. Hoddam. E. Annan. (Ecclefechan). L/Corporal 22651. 

Died of Wounds, 2/8/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, William. B. Kirkcaldy. E. Kirkcaldy. (Kirkcaldy). Private 16143. 

Killed in Action, 19/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Daniel. B. Motherwell. E. Paisley. (Barrhead). Private 16283. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 40840. 

Killed in Action, 8/6/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4293 H.L.I.). 
M'Donald, David. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 3167. Killed 

in Action, 25/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Nairn. E. Aberdeen. (Aberdeen). Private 13855. 

Died of Wounds, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George T. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 32599. 

Killed in Action, 10/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Norman. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 24813. 

Killed in Action, 24/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Leswalt. E. Dumfries. (Dumfries). Private 23831. 

Killed in Action, 30/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James O'Hara. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). L/ Sergeant 

29001. Killed in Action, 10/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 26940 

R.A.M.C.). 
M'Intyre, Ross Duncan. B. Kirkintilloch. E. Glasgow. (Lenzie). Private 

32327. Killed in Action, 13/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 17190 

79th T.R.). 
M'Intyre, Samuel Park. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 18866. 

Killed in Action, 23/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, William. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Sergeant 29213. 

Killed in Action, 18/8/18. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Thomas. B. Orwell, Kinross. E. Perth. (Perth). Private 16535. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Ecclefechan. E. Annan. (Ecclefechan). Private 

14434. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Manchester. E. Manchester. (Manchester). Private 

14546. Died of Wounds, 31/10/15. France and Flanders. 
MTnnes, Robert. B. Largo. E. Leven. (Methil). Private 17588. Died of 

Wounds, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 



8th Battalion. 

M'Allister, James. B. New Monkland. E. Larkhall. (Tollcross). Private 7688. 

Killed in Action, 10/11/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Cardross. E. Berwick. (Cardross). Private 11930. 

Killed in Action, 10/3/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Darwen. E. Darwen. (Darwen). Private 14040. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 



98 

7th/ 8th Battalion. 

Donaldson, David. B. Kirkwall. E. Kirkcaldy. (Kirkwall). L/Corporal 

27788. Died of Wounds, 6/8/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2918 

Fife & Forfar Yeomanry). 
M'Donald, Allan. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 15243. 

Killed in Action, 1/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Paisley. E. Hamilton. (Thankerton). Private 41132. 

Killed in Action, 14/9/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 16780 56th 

T.R.). 
M'Donald, James. B. Govan. E. Coatbridge. (Airdrie). Private 16714. 

Killed in Action, 29/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Govan. E. Govan. (Govan). A/Corporal 17186. Killed 

in Action, 9/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas H. B. Arbroath. E. Selkirk. (Selkirk). L/Corporal 29360. 

Killed in Action, 1/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Hamilton. E. Ayr. (New Cumnock). Private 41507. 

Killed in Action, 23/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 13005 87th 

T.R.). 
M'Intyre, David. B. Edinburgh. E. Leith. (Leith). Private 27394. Died of 

Wounds, 3/4/18. France and Flanders. 



THE CAMERONIANS. SCOTTISH RIFLES. 

Officer Missing, Reported Killed. 
M'Donald, John Miller. Captain. 1st Scottish Rifles. 20/7/16. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, Archibald Hillcoat. 2nd Lieutenant, (Tp.). Died of Wounds, 

5/3/16. (Att. 1st Battalion). 
(12) MacDonald, Donald Alexander. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 

25/8/15. Att. 5th Battalion R.S.) 

5th Battalion T.F. 

Macalister, William Grierson. Major. Killed in Action, 20/7/16. 
Donald, Ian Strathy. 2nd Lieutentant. Died of Wounds, 7/8/16. 
MacDonald, John. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 27/9/18. 

6th Battalion T.F. 

MacDonald, Charles Gordon. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 15/6/15. 
MacDonald, Harold Stewart. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 21/9/18. 
MacDonald, John MacPhail, M.C. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 23/9/17. 

8th Battalion T.F. 

MacDonald, Charles Gordon. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 15/6/15. 



99 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

Donaldson, William. B. Gorbals. E. Glasgow. Private 22098. Killed in Action, 

20/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Govan. E. Govan. (Glasgow). Private 12994. Died of 

Wounds, 20/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Lewis. B. Barony. E. Hamilton. (Glasgow). Private 7823. Killed 

in Action, 9/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Henry. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 3686. Killed in Action, 

27/5/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Ronald Archd. B. Inverness. E. Edinburgh. Private 37988. Killed 

in Action, 24/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, George. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 42212. Died of Wounds, 

13/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, William. B. Glasgow. E. Ayr. (Ardrossan). Private 37279. Killed 

in Action, 8/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. Larkhall. E. Hamilton. (Larkhall). Private 30154. 

Killed in Action, 17/6/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Frank. B. Edinburgh. E. Glasgow. Private 7323. Killed in Action, 

27/9/15. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

Darrock, Alex. B. Cove. E. Glasgow. Private 25734. Killed in Action, 

23/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Dugald Alex. B. St. Vincent, Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 

200783. Killed in Action, 24/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Charles. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 201687. Killed in Action, 

28/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll. James. B. Partick. E. Glasgow. Private 14114. Killed in Action, 

24/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Michael. B. St. Andrews. E. Fort Matilda. (Glasgow). Private 8160. 

Killed in Action, 5/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Thomas. B. Barony. E. Hamilton. (Glasgow). Private 3/6962. 

Killed in Action, 10/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex.,"M.M. B. Cambuslang. E. Hamilton. Sergeant 7960. Died of 

Wounds, 30/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Paisley. E. Lanark. (Glasgow). Private 2608, Killed in 

Action, 15/12/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Archd. B. Govan. E. Govan. (Hamilton). Private 10035. Killed in 

Action, 10/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Charles. B. St. Giles, Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. L/Corporal 9420. 

Died of Wounds, 27/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. Barony. E. Hamilton. Private 3033. Killed in Action, 

4/2/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James Ross. B. Troqueer, Kirk. E. Dumfries. Private 16429. Killed 

in Action, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 26475. Killed in Action, 

24/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Donald. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 7644. Died of Wounds, 

22/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Matthew Pollock. B. Darvel. E. Ayr. (Darvel). Private 33004. Died 

of Wounds, 4/8/17. France and Flanders. 



100 

M'Intyre, John. B. Edinburgh. E. Glasgow. Private 7691. Killed in Action, 
10/3/15. France and Flanders. 

3rd Battalion. 

M'Intyre, James. B. Coatbridge. E. Glasgow. (Bellshill). Corporal 15272. 
Died, 12/12/18. Home. 

5th Battalion. 

MacDonald, George Gunn Bannerman. E. Glasgow. Private 200692. Killed in 

Action, 20/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 7079. Killed in Action, 

5/11/16. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, John. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 193. Killed in Action, 

20/4/16. France and Flanders. 
Maclsaac, George Ian. B. Milton, Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 200229. 

Killed in Action, 14/2/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, David. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 6777. Killed in Action, 

10/2/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Alex. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 505. Died of Wounds, 

30/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, John. B. St. Rollox. E. Glasgow. Private 67. Killed in Action, 

16/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Daniel David. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 200144. Killed in 

Action, 18/2/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Oban. E. Glasgow. Private 6436. Died of Wounds, 

16/12/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 9826. Killed in Action, 

18/7/16. France and Flanders. 

5th /6th Battalion. 

Donaldson, John. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 40662. Killed in Action, 

8/5/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, John. B. Dunbar. E. Glencorse. (Dunbar). Private 41646. Killed 

in Action, 25/10/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Dyke, Moray. E. Glasgow. (East Kilbride). Private 

201584. Killed in Action, 20/7/16. France"and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 200595. Killed in Action, 

19/1/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Charles, M.M. B. Cambusnethan. E. Motherwell. Corporal 240152. 

Killed in Action, 22/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. St. Giles, Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 202276. 

Killed in Action, 27/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Hutchesontown, Glasgow. E. Glasgow. A/Sergeant 200260. 

Died of Wounds, 15/4/ 17. France and Flanders. 

6th Battalion. 

MacDonald, John. B. Old Monkland. E. Motherwell. Private 2009. Killed in 

Action, 29/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Neil. B. Old Monkland. E. Uddingston. Private 1813. Killed in 

Action, 1/8/16. France and Flanders. 



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7th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Ian Angus. B. Cathcart. E. Glasgow. Private 1714. Killed in 

Action, 28/6/15. Gallipoli. 
Macintvre, Donald. B. Marvhill. E. Glasgow. Private 1525. Killed in Action, 

28/6/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Olrig, Caithness. E. Glasgow. Private 265813. Killed 

in Action, 30/11/17. Egypt. 
M'Donald, James. B. Nairn. E. Glasgow. Private 26680. Died of Wounds, 

30/11/17. Egypt. (Formerly 23751 H.L.I. ). 
M'Donald, John. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 1508. Killed in Action, 

28/6/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Innes, Donald. B. Hutchesontown. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 1520. 

Killed in Action, 12/7/15. Gallipoli. 

8th Battalion. 

M'Allister, David. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 9329. Killed in Action, 

15/6/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Allister, James. B. . E. Glagsow. Private 103. Killed in Action, 

28/6/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Coll, Joseph. B. . E. Glasgow. Corporal 290948. Died of Wounds, 

19/4/17. Egypt. 
M'Coll, Neil. B. . E. Glasgow. L/Corporal 290663. Killed in Action, 

28/11/17. Egypt. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Bowling. E. Dumbarton. Private 291496. Died, 13/6/18. 

Home. (Formerly 6301 Scots Greys). 
M'Donald, James. B. Hawick. E. Glasgow. Private 290217. Died of Wounds, 

26/4/17. Egypt. 
M'Donald, John. B. Dunalastair, Perth. E. Glasgow. L/Corporal 9100. Died 

of Wounds, 28/6/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, John. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 290444. Killed in Action, 

29/7/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Springburn. E. Glasgow. Private 8083. Killed in Action, 

28/6/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Intyre, William George. B. Anderston. E. Glasgow. Private 8860. Died of 

Wounds, 28/6/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Kean, Wilson. B. Govan. E. Govan. Private 9469. Killed in Action, 

28/6/15. Gallipoli. 

9th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Hector. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private 41473. Killed in 

Action, 3/5/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Joseph. B. Edinburgh. E. Berwick. (Jedburgh). Private 203973. 

Killed in Action, 23/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Thomas. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 27147. Killed in Action, 

28/3/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, John. B. Kinning Park. E. Glasgow. Corporal 436585. Killed in 

Action, 28/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 16024 H.L.I.). 
M'Allister, Michael. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 11381. Killed in Action, 

18/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, John. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 29122. Killed in Action, 

20/9/17. France and Flanders. 




102 

M' Donald, Angus. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 23595. Killed in Action, 

22/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, David. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 316730. Killed in Action, 

25/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John Leith. B. Kinning Park. E. Borden, Hants. Private 11382. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Patrick. B. Barony. E.Glasgow. Private 12213. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, James. B. Abbey, Paisley. E. Paisley. L/Corporal 10921. Died of 

Wounds, 10/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Andrew. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 201102. Killed in Action, 

3/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Cambuslang. E. Glasgow. (Uddingston). L/Corporal 

18332. Died, 17/5/18. Home. 

10th Battalion. 

Donald, George. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 7963. Killed in 

Action, 15/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Joseph. B. Wishaw. E. Glasgow. Private 13707. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Donald. B. Partick. E .Whiteinch. Bugler 13709. Died of Wounds, 

2/6/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Paisley. E. Paisley. Private 13925. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Woodside, Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 53603. Killed 

in Action, 29/3/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Perth. E. Edinburgh. Sergeant 10311. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Roderick. B. Motherwell. E. Hamilton. Private 22069. Died of 

Wounds, 1/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Kippen. E. Glasgow. (Carmyle). Private 235228. Died of 

Wounds, 4/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4125 H.L.I.). 
M'Intyre, Peter. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 235317. Killed in Action, 

23/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 376347 Royal Scots). 

11th Battalion. 

MacDonald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 28599. Killed in Action, 

8/5/17. Salonika. 
Macintvre, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 13487. Killed in Action, 

17/10/16. Salonika. 
Macintyre, John. B. Selkirk. E. Peebles. (Selkirk). A/C.S.M. 15271. Killed 

in Action, 19/9/18. Salonika. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Bathgate. E. Bathgate. Private 14845. Killed in Action, 

25/4/17. Salonika. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Bathgate. E. Bathgate. (Armadale). A/ Sergeant 15049. 

Died of Wounds, 1/5/17. Salonika. 
M'Donald, George Baxter. B. St. Nicholas, Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. Private 

35933. Died, 23/10/18. Salonika. (Formerly 2128 R.A.M.C.). 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Cluny, Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. (Cluny). Private 26654. 

Killed in Action, 19/9/18'. Salonika. (Formerly 133743 R.F.A.). 
M'Grory, James. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 14979. Died of Wounds, 

20/9/18. Salonika. 






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THE ROYAL INNISKILLING FUSILIERS. 

Officers. 

(4) M'Donald, Mard William. 2nd Lieutenant. Drowned, 2/8/15. 

(4) M'Hugh, Edward James. Lieutenant. Died, 31/10/18. (Att. 1st Battalion), 

Rank and File. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Allister, David. B. Shankhill, Co. Antrim. E. Belfast. Private 3463. Killed 

in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Callister, Joseph. B. Rathfriland. E. Newry. (Rathfriland). L/Corporal 

8716. Died of Wounds, 2/5/15. At Sea. 
M'Crory, Edward. B. Cappagh, Co. Tyrone. E. Hamilton. (Cambuslang). 

Private 18825. Killed in Action, 14/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Crory, Francis. B. Drumragh, Co. Tyrone. E. Omagh. Sergeant 1635. 

Killed in Action, 19/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Paislev. E. Paisley. Private 2C463. Killed in Action, 

21/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, John. B. Govan. E. Govan. (Glasgow). Private 24158. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 25387. Killed in Action, 

20/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, John. B. Fintona. E. Fintona. Private 22742. Killed in Action, 

1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'llwraith, Matthew. B. Ballyrogan. E. Coleraine. Private 8965. Died of 

Wounds, 4/3/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intvre, Daniel. B. Shankhill. E. Belfast. Private 10327. Died of Wounds, 

29/7/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Kean, Robert. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 20846. Killed in Action, 

17/9/15. Gallipoli. 

2nd Battalion. 

Donaldson, David. B. Shankhill. E. Lisburn. Corporal 2214. Killed in 

Action, 14/10/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Henry Victor Sydney. B. Moville. E. Omagh. (Gortin, Co. Tyrone). 

Corporal 10699. Killed in Action, 16/5/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, John. B. Drumglass. E. Cookstown. (Dungannon). Private 3853. 

Killed in Action, 25/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, James. B. Liverpool. E. Bootle. Private 8974. Killed in Action, 

7/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Thomas. B. Rutherglen. E. Glasgow. Private 19612. Died of 

Wounds, 1/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Alex. B. Shankhill. E. Belfast. Private 10493. Killed in Action, 

16/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, James. B. Urney, Co. Tyrone. E. Strabane. (Siar Mills). Private 

3580. Killed in Action, 16/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, John. B. Templemore. E. Londonderry. Private 4411. Killed in 

Action, 28/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Joseph. B. St. Audeons, Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 6893. Killed 

in Action, 10/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Patrick. B. Templemore. E. Londonderry. Private 9179. Killed 

in Action, 7/11/14. France and Flanders. 



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M'Crory, Patrick. B. Keady. E. Belfast. Private 3215. Killed in Action, 

23/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Albert. B. Dromore, Co. Down. E. Lisburn. (Dromore). Private 

20398. Killed in Action, 11/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Frederick. B. Birr. E. Birr. Private 10555. Killed in Action, 

16/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Aghalu, Co. Antrim. E. Belfast. Private 8698. 

Killed in Action, 27/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'llrath, Robert. B. Deserthill, Co. 'Derry. E. Kilrea. L/Corporal 21073. 

Killed in Action, 27/3/18. France and Flanders. 
Maclnnes, Donald. B. Portree. E. Fort George. Private 41536. Killed in 

Action, 23/9/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 12/296235 R.A.S.C). 

3rd Battalion. 

Donaldson, David. B. Lisburn. E. Belfast. Private 9455. Died, 12/7/18. 
Home. 

6th Battalion. 

M'Donald, James Francis. B. Belfast. E. Belfast. L/Sergeant 11430. Killed 
in Action, 17/10/18. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Allister, Patrick. B. Cushendal. E. Cushendal. Private 26480. Killed in 
Action, 10/2/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5624 Royal Munster 
Fusiliers). 

8th Battalion. 

M'Allister, James. B. Rathfriland. E. Belfast. (Rathfriland). Private 3623. 

Died of Wounds, 18/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, James. B. Lisburn. E. Lisburn. Private 15151. Killed in Action, 

6/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Austin. B. .Stockport. E. Chester. (Seacombe). Private 41990. 

Killed in Action, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 62382 Cheshire 

Regiment). 
M'Donald, Peter. B. . E. Dublin. L/Corporal 26208. Died of Wounds, 

29/4/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 7621 Army Cyclist Corps). 
M'Donald, Ronald. B. New York. E. Belfast. Private 25906. Died of 

Wounds, 7/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Alex. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 26561. Killed in Action, 

27/4/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 19502 Roval Dublin Fusiliers). 
M'Donnell, Mark. B. Clifden. E. Dumbarton. (Renton). Private 43180. 

Killed in Action, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5034 Connaught 

Rangers). 

9th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Samuel. B. Dromore, Co. Tyrone. E. Finner Camp. (Clogher). : 

Private 14593. Died, 6/4/15. Home. 
Donnell, Samuel. B. St. Marys, Co. 'Derry. E. Omagh. ('Derry). Private 

10842. Killed in Action, 1/11/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, John. B. Drumanard, Co. Antrim. E. Randalstown. (Magherafelt). 

Private 20235. Killed in Action, 9/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Thomas. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 20903. Killed in Action, 

30/9/18. France and Flanders. 



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M'Connell, Thomas. B. Belfast. E. Dublin. Sergeant 13541. Killed in 

Action, 8/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Wilson. B. . E. Coatbridge. (Moneymore, Co. Down). 

Private 20773. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, John. B. Inismore, Co. Galway. E. Omagh. (Dublin). Sergeant 

23137. Killed in Action, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Gilbert. B. Shankhill. E. Belfast. Private 11334. Killed in Action, 

8/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John Wilson. B. Aghadowey. E. Coleraine. Private 25459. Died of 

Wounds, 9/10/18. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion, 

Donnell, John. B. Templemore. E. Londonderry. Private 15482. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, William. B. Templemore. E. Donegal. Private 19870. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Joseph. B. Rossgrice. E. Donegal. Private 14703. Killed in Action, 

7/12/17. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, Robert. B. Tyance, Co. 'Derry. E. Donegal. Private 19155. Killed 

in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, William. B. Ballyrahane, Co. 'Derry. E. Coleraine. Private 19065. 

Killed in Action, 10/8/17. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

M'Connell, James. B. Maghercross, Co. Monaghan. E. Enniskillen. Private 

18174. Killed in Action, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Robert. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 19933. Killed in Action, 

1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Crory, Henrv. B. Shankhill. E. Belfast. Corporal 13422. Died of Wounds, 

19/8/17. France and Flanders. 

THE GLOUCESTER REGIMENT. 

Officer. 
4th Battalion T.F. (City of Bristol). 

MacDonnell, Colla Ion. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 9/10/17. 

Rank and File. 

lst/ 6th Battalion. 

M'Allister, Charles James. B. Gosport. E. Portsmouth. L/Corporal 39248. 
Killed in Action, 16/6/18. Italy. 

8th Service Battalion. 

M'Donald, William. B. Worcester. E. Bristol. L/Corporal 30452. Died, 

28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Arthur Michael. B. St. Phillips, Bristol. E. Bristol. L/Corporal 

9894. Killed in Action, 21/9/17. France and Flanders. 

12th Service Battalion. 

MacDonald, Albert Edward. B. Birmingham. E. Birmingham. Private 204135. 
Killed in Action, 12/3/17. France and Flanders. 



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THE WORCESTER REGIMENT. 

Officers. 

(3) MacDonald, Sylvester Patrick Joseph, M.C. 2nd Lieutenant. (A/Captain). 
Killed in Action, 7/6/17. 

7th Battalion T.F. 

M'Cutcheon, Hugh Edward. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 3/9/16. (And 
R.F.C.). 

Rank and File. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Donnell, Harold. B. Kidderminster. E. Worcester. (Kidderminster). 
Corporal 9798. Killed in Action, 23/3/18. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

MacDonald, Alick. B. Birmingham. E. Birmingham. Private 12562. Killed in 

Action, 15/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Entyre, Frank. B. Birmingham. E. Birmingham. Private 10908. Killed in 

Action, 24/10/14. France and Flanders. 

4th Battalion. 

M' Donald, Henry. B. Wolverhampton. E. Wolverhampton. Private 21806. 
Killed in Action, 6/8/15. Gallipoli. 

10th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Arthur. B. Birmingham. E. Birmingham. Corporal 410726. Killed 
in Action, 22/3/18. France and Flanders. 

THE EAST LANCASHIRE REGIMENT. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. Farnworth. E. Manchester. (Farnworth). Private 9135. 

Died of Wounds, 18/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Burnley. E. Burnley. Private 19725. Killed in Action, 

1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

M'Donald, William. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. Private 31540. Killed in 
Action, 24/10/18. France and Flanders. 

lst/ 5th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Michael. B. . E. Burnley. Private 2336. Killed in Action, 

3/9/15. Gallipoli. 



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THE EAST SURREY REGIMENT. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, Allan. B. . E. Dunkeld. (Glasgow, St. Nicholas Street). 

Private 204993. Killed in Action, 6/11/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

6333 King: Edward's Horse). 
M'Innes, Charles Henry. B. Chicago. E. London. (Hounslow). Private 

32504. Killed in Action, 30/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 24004 

Lancers). 

2nd Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. Delgany, Bray, Co. Wicklow. E. Fulham. (Kensington). 
Corporal 4015. Killed in Action, 29/9/15. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Donald, John Joseph. B. Heywood, Lanes. E. Bury St. Edmunds. Private 
202772. Killed in Action, 9/8/17. France and Flanders. 

8th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Charles John James. B. Hoxton. E. Camberwell. Private 4815. 
Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

9th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Patrick. B. St. Lukes, Middlesex. E. London. (Clerkenwell). 

Private 4419. Killed in Action, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Kelso. E. King-ston-on-Thames. (Hampton-on-Thames). 

A/Corporal 1305. Killed in Action, 20/1/16. France and Flanders. 

12th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Gordon, M.M. B. Penzance. E. Millhill, Middlesex. (Wembley). 

Private 25222. Died of Wounds, 2/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

22890 Middlesex Regiment). 
MacDonald, Albert Edward. B. Southwark. E. Southwark. (Camberwell). 

Private 12239. Killed in Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 

13th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Walter Guy. B. Borough, Surrey. E. Camberwell. Private 19721. 
Died of Wounds, 25/4/17. France and Flanders. 

THE DUKE OF CORNWALL'S LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Officer. 
(6) M'Intyre, Sydney Colin. 2nd Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 25/3/18. 
(Att. 10th Battalion). 

Rank and File. 

6th Battalion. 

M'Donnell, James. B. King's Lynn. E. London. (Manor Park, Essex). Private 
10948. Died of Wounds, 21/8/1G. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Harold. B. Walworth. E. Camberwell. Private 19125. Killed in 
Action, 2/4/18. France and Flanders. 



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THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S (WEST RIDING) REGIMENT. 

Officer. 
6th Battalion T.F. 

Darragh, James Robinson. Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 5/7/17. 

Rank and File. 
2nd Battalion. 

MacDonald, John. B. Bradford. E. Strensall, Yorks. (Bradford). Private 

3/8359. Killed in Action, 11/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, William. B. Liverpool. E. Halifax. (Jarrow). A/ Sergeant 11470. 

Killed in Action, 18/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Leeds. E. Bradford. (Leeds). Private 3/9640. Died of 

Wounds, 10/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Kean, Arthur. B. Keighley. E. Bingley. Private 12005. Killed in Action, 

12/8/15. France and Flanders. 

1st 4th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Kenneth. B. . E. Halifax. (Elgin). Private 2192. Killed in 

Action, 21/11/15. France and Flanders. 

1st 5th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Josiah. B. . E .Huddersfield. (Liversedge). Private 4212. 

Killed in Action, 3/9/16. France and Flanders. 

2nd /5th Battalion. 

Donald, Albert. B. Oldham. E. Skipton. Private 13186. Killed in Action, 

26/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Tom. B. Heckmondwike. E. Huddersfield. Corporal 12667. Killed 

in Action, 27/11/17. France and Flanders. 

8th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Pat. B. Newcastle-under-Lyne. E. Halifax. (Newcastle-under-Lyne). 
Private 3/10866. Died of Wounds, 22/8/15. France and Flanders. 

THE BORDER REGIMENT. 

Officer. 

M'Intyre, Walter. 2nd Lieutenant (Temp.). Died of Wounds, 21/8/18. (Att. 1st 
Battalion). 

1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, Ernest. B. Wandsworth. E. Kingston-on-Thames. (Buxton). 

Private 22876. Killed in Action, 22/10/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

3/9003 E. Surrey Regiment). 
M'Donald, Kenneth. B. Strathconan. E. Workington. Private 17490. Killed in 

Action, 13/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Leonard Harry. B. West Ham. E. Stratford, Essex. L/Corporal 

10155. Died of Wounds, 9/5/15. Gallipoli. 



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M'Donnell, William. B. Lancaster. E. Whitehaven. (Lancaster). Private 24224. 

Died of Wounds, 24/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Joseph. B.' Manchester. E. Manchester. (Monsall, Manchester). 

Private 26733. Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

M'Allister, Thomas. B. Lanark. E. Working-ton. (Moss Bay). Private 4279. 

Killed in Action, 18; 12/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Bolton. E. Lancaster. (Bolton). Private 10649. Killed 

in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Edward James. B.Carlisle. E.Carlisle. L/Sergeant 21779. Killed in 

Action, 26/10/17. France and Flanders. 

5th Battalion. 

Donaldson, William. B. Bigrigg, Egremont, Cumb. E. Egremont. (Bigrigg). 
Private 240257. Killed in Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. 

6th Battalion. 

Donaldson, William Andrew. B. Botcherbv, Carlisle. E. Carlisle. Private 5686. 

Killed in Action, 9/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Allister, James. B. Gateshead. E. Barrow-in-Furness. (Workington). 

Private 6134. Killed in Action, 22/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Arthuret, Cumb. E. Longtown, Cumb. Corporal 10908. 

Killed in Action, 9/8/15. Gallipoii. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Duncan. B. . E. Pitlochry. Private 28928. Killed in Action, 

30/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Jarrow. E. South Shields. (Durham). Private 14840. 

Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 

8th Battalion. 

Donaldson, James Ward. B. Whitehaven. E. Whitehaven. Private 13535. 

Killed in Action, 1 / 10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Dingwall. E. Workington. (Gateshead). L/Corporal 

15935. Killed in Action, 4/10/16. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

Donaldson, John. B. Glasgow. E. Penrith, Cumb. Private 15523. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Westerkirk. E. Carlisle. (Dalston). Private 17383. 

Killed in Acton, 3/12/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Thomas. B. Westerkirk. E. Carlisle. (Langholm). Private 17386. 

Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 



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ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT. 

8th Battalion. 

M'Intyre, John. B. . E. West Street, Glasgow. Private G/7270. Killed 

in Action, 21/7/17. B.E.F. 

9th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Alexander. B. Graffham, Sussex. E. Warley, Essex. Private 
G/12970. Killed in Action, 24/1/17. B.E.F. 

16th Battalion. 

M'Donald, William Paterson. B. Row. E. Dumbarton. Private T.F./315049. 
Killed in Action, 13/10/18. B.E.F. 

Depot. 

M'Allister, Robert Arthur. B. Nogada, India. E. Nottingham. A/ Sergeant 
GS/507. Died, 28/1/16. Home. 

THE HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT. 

1st Battalion. 

MacDonald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Southampton. (Glasgow). Private 

14560. Killed in Action, 1/7/16.. 
M'Donald, William. B. Bromley, London. E. Poplar. (Bow Lane). Private 

7673. Died, 2/9/16. Home. 

2nd Battalion. 

M'Donald, Arthur Edgar. B. Fratton, Hants. E. Portsmouth. (Fratton). 

Private 944. Killed in Action, 6/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, Charles. B. Shirley. E. Southampton. (Southampton). Private 

51. Killed in Action, 12/10/16. France and Flanders. 

Service Battalion. 

M'Donald, Arthur. B. Buenos Aires. E. Portsmouth. (Southsea). Private 
114. Died of Wounds, 17/10/18. France and Flanders. 

THE SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE REGIMENT. 

Officer. 

(1) MacKrory, Ernest William. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 
14/7/16. 

Rank and File. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, John Edward. B. Shoeburyness, Essex. E. Woolwich. L/Corporal 
32637. Killed in Action, 14/5/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 6213 
R.A.O.C.). 



Ill 

2nd Battalion. 

M'Donald, Alfred. B. Birmingham. E. Lichfield. (Birmingham). Private 
7486. Died of Wounds, 28/7/16. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, Patrick. B. Normanton, Yorks. E. Walsall, Staff. Private 9948;. 
Died, 11/12/14. France and Flanders. 

lst/6th Battalion T.F. 

MacDonald, Archd. B. Thurso. E. Wolverhampton. Private 241404. Killed 
in Action, 25/5/17. France and Flanders. 

8th Service Battalion. 

M'Donald, James Wilfred. B. York. E. Hendon. (Golders Green). Private 
41500. Killed in Action, 12/10/17. (Formerly 37890 R.F.C.). 

PRINCE OF WALES VOLUNTEERS. SOUTH LANCASHIRE 

REGIMENT. 

2nd Battalion. 

MacDonald, Thomas. B. Wigan. E. Warrington. (Wigan). Private 7411, ; 

Died, 11/6/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George John. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. Private 1383. Died of 

Wounds, 28/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Liverpool. E. Warrington. (Birkenhead). Private 

5765. Killed in Action, 24/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Liverpool. E. St. Helens. Private 11978. Killed in 

Action, 3/7/16. France and Flanders. 

2nd/4th Battalion. 

M'Intyre, William. B. Liverpool. E. Warrington. (Warrington). Private 
209503. Killed in Action, 9/9/18. 

1st /5 th Battalion. 

Donaldson, David. B. . E. Manchester. Private 201435. Died of 

Wounds, 17/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, John. B. Widnes. E. Widnes. Private 2685. Died of Wounds, 

10/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, James. B. Widnes. E. Widnes. Private 1969. Killed in Action, 

8/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald John. B. . E. St. Helens. (Ashton in Makerfield). Private 

241798, Died of Wounds, 9/8/16. France and Flanders. 

6th Battalion. 

M'Donald, William. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. Private 18841. Died of 
Wounds, 28/4/16. Mesopotamia. 

9th Battalion. 

M'Connell, James. B. Leigh. E. Leigh. Corporal 13224. Killed in Action, 
18/9/18. Salonika. 



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11th Battalion. 

M'Connell, William. B. St. Helens. E. St. Helens. Private 20333. Killed in 

Action, 27/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. St. Helens. E. Prescot. Private 21367. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

THE WELSH REGIMENT. 
2nd Battalion. 

M'Donald, Matthew. B. Gateshead. E. Birkenhead. Private 55368. Died of 

Wounds, 22/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'lntyre, William. B. Cardiff. E. Cardiff. Corporal 132. Killed in Action, 

18/9/18. Salonika. 

1st /6th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Wallace. B. . E. Swansea. Private 2833. Killed in Action, 

1/10/15. France and Flanders. 

9th Battalion. 

M'Connell, James. B. Bury. E. Bury. Private 61076. Killed in Action, 
4/11/18. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Cecil Hugh. B. Penarth. E. Cardiff. (Penarth). Private 15397. 
Killed in Action, 18/9/18. Salonika. 

14th Battalion. 

M'Donnell, Stewart Alfred. B. Pembroke Dock. E. Bridgend. (Nantymoel). 
Private 30369. Killed in Action, 4/9/18. France and Flanders. 

15th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Donald. B. Polmont. E. Luton. L/Corporal 47785. Killed in 

Action, 14/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Frederick. B. Hoxton. E. Poplar. Private 4383. Killed in Action, 

26/8/18. 

16th Battalion. 

M'Connell, Sam. B. Cardiff. E. Cardiff. Private 24145. Killed in Action, 

10/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Thomas. B. Cardiff. E. Cardiff. Private 23945. Died of Wounds, 

10/5/16. France and Flanders. 

THE BLACK WATCH. ROYAL HIGHLANDERS. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, Alex. Lindsay. Lieutenant. Captain (Tp.). Killed in Action, 
26/8/17. (Att. R.F.C. 9th Sqdn.). 

(10) MacDonald, Malcolm. Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 10/10/16. 

(9) MacDonald, Robert Brown Aitchison. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 
17/8/16. 

(11) M'Rury, Norman. Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 4/6/15. (Attached 
K.O.S.B.). 

(7) Donaldson, James. Captain (T.F.). Killed, 23/8/17. 



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1st Battalion. 



A /L/Corporal 2161. 



E. Dundee. Private 7271. 



Killed in Action, 
Died of Wounds, 
Killed in Action, 
8/6669. Died of 
Private 5/3411. Died 



Donald, Thomas. B. Perth. E. Forfar. 

18/4/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, George. B. Strathmiglo. 

11/11/14. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, John. B. Aberfeldy. E. Perth. L/Corporal 7384. 

9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, William. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 

Wounds, 16/8/16. France and Flanders. 
Macintyre, William. B. Eastmills, Midi. E. East Calder. 

of Wounds, 20/3/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Alex. B. Partick. E. Perth. Private 7275. Killed in Action, 13/10/15. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Robert. B. Newburgh. E. Perth. Private S/25236. Killed in Action, 

29/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Oban. E. Stirling. Private 350643. Died of Wounds, 

6/12/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2559 H.C. Battalion). 
M'Donald, Andrew. B. Cupar. E. Dundee. Private 2256. Killed in Action, 

12/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Archd. B. Kenmore. E. Dunkeld. Private S/40267. Died of 

Wounds, 24/12/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5068 Scottish Horse). 
M'Donald, Charles. B. Cupar. E. Arbroath. Private 9665. Died of Wounds, 

7/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, David. B. Arbroath. E. Kirkcaldy. 

16/9/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Lochee. E. Dundee. 

27/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Roughrigg, Lanark. E. Dunfermline. L/Corporal 2770. 

Died, 13/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Edward. B. Brechin. E. Brechin. 

8/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 870. 

24/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Inverness. E. 

6/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Shotts. E. Hamilton. 

9/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John A. B. Dowally, Ballinluig. E. Perth. Private 266719. Killed 

in Action, 24/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Norman. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. 

Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Dundee. E. Edinburgh. 

8/9/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William James. B. Inverness. E. Scarboro'. 

of Wounds, 30/3/16. France and Flanders. 
M'llwraith, William. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private S/6655. 

Action, 15/9/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, James. B. Airdrie. E. Cowdenbeath. Private 1373. Killed in Action, 

15/9/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, James Summers. B. Newcastle. E. Glasgow. Private S/7037. Died 

of Wounds, 28/9/18. France and Flanders. 



Private 8451. Killed in Action, 
Private 2597. Killed in Action, 



Private 302. Died of Wounds, 
Killed in Action, 
Perth. Private 1700. Killed in Action, 
Private S/7008. Killed in Action, 



Private 206. 



A/Sergeant 2341. Killed in 
Killed in Action, 
Private S/4205. Died 
Killed in 



114 

M'Innes, John. B. Aberfeldy. E. Dundee. L/Corporal 120. Killed in Action, 

20/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, John. B. Tranent. E. Edinburgh. Private 3/2739. Killed in Action, 

26/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. Rannoch. E. Perth. Private S/8280. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 203214. Died of 

Wounds, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Nairn. E. Inverness. Private 8239. Died of Wounds, 

21/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Robert. B. Stirling. E. Inverness. Private 1956. Killed in Action, 

16/9/14. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

Donaldson, Alex. B. Leuchars. E. Cupar. Private S/7991. Died of Wounds, 

1/11/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alex. B. Halifax, Canada. E. Mandalay, Burma. S/8444. Killed 

in Action, 21/1/16. Persian Gulf. 
MacDonald, Jas. Alex. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 2294. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John Kidd. B. Brechin. E. Brechin. Private 1326. Killed in 

Action, 11/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Ronald, D.C.M. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private S/8534. Killed 

in Action, 22/4/16. Persian Gulf. 
M'Connell, David. B. Carrington, Lanes. E. Manchester. Private S/8037. 

Killed in Action, 18/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Albert Victor. B. St. Giles, Edinburgh. E. Perth. A/Corporal 2055. 

Died of Wounds, 13/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Perth. E. Dundee. Private 1357. Died of Wounds, 

25/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Govan. E. Paisley. Private 5008. Killed in Action, 

9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 3/2768. Killed in 

Action, 10/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Wallace. B. Dundee. E. Perth. Private 3/3551. Killed in Action, 

14/3/17. Persian Gulf. 
M'Hugh, James. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private S/13145. Died, 28/6/16. 

Persian Gulf. (Formerly S/15613 A. & S. H.). 
M'Cutcheon, Thomas Carlyle. B. Forest Gate. E. St. Paul's Churchyard. 
Sergeant S/9544. Died of Wounds, 22/4/16. Persian Gulf. 

4th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Andrew. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 3291. Killed in Action, 

23/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Meigle. E. Bridge of Earn. Private 4773. Died, 

10/2/16. 'Home. 
MacDonald, Stewart. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 200923. Died, 9/3/17. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 4853. Died, 6/2/16. 

Home. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 200164. Killed in Action, 

3/9/16. France and Flanders. 



115 

M'Donald, James. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 2738. Killed in Action, 

7/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 2751. Killed in Action, 

9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John, D.C.M. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Sergeant 2056. Killed in 

Action, 8/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Michael. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 1598. Died of Wounds, 

6/12/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 200471. Killed in Action, 

4/9/16. France and Flanders. 

5th Battalion. 

Donaldson, David. B. Inverkeillor. E. Inverkeillor. Private 2603. Died of 

Wounds, 11/5/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, George. B. Kirriemuir. E. Forfar. Private 2668. Killed in Action, 

8/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Bernard. B. Wormit. E. Dundee. Private 3037. Died of Wounds, 

19/2/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Joseph. B. Dundee. E. Forfar. Private 240820. Killed in Action, 

3/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Kinnes, Henry. B. Dundee. E. Kirkcaldy. Private 241229. Died of 

Wounds, 14/2/16. France and Flanders. 

4th/5th Battalion (Angus and Dundee Battalion) T.F. 

Donaldson, William. B. Buchiyvie. E. Stirling. Corporal 202175. Died of 

Wounds, 5/2/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, George Douglas. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 201180. Killed 

in Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Andrew. B. Pitlochry. E. Dunkeld. Private 268841. Killed in 

Action, 26/9/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4738 Scottish Horse). 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Skye. E. Perth. Private 291597. Died of Wounds, 

12/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Archd. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 203217. Killed in Action, 

3/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Charles. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Corporal 200792. Killed in Action, 

31/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, David. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Sergeant 200063. Killed in Action, 

31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Forgandenny. E. Perth. Private 3/2909. Killed in 

Action, 28/7/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Hugh, Frank. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 200531. Killed in Action, 

28/7/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Alex. B. Buchiyvie. E. Stirling. Private 350769. Died of Wounds, 

27/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerlv 2695 H.C. Battalion). 
M'Kechnie, Charles. B. Dundee. E. Dunkeld. Private S/40326. Killed in 

Action, 28/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5214 Scottish Horse). 

6th (Perthshire) Battalion T.F. 

Donaldson, Alex. B. Monzievaird. E. Comrie. Private 292620 Died of 
Wounds, 21/7/18. France and Flanders. 



116 

Donaldson, John. B. Blairgowrie. E. Perth. Corporal 1816. Killed in Action, 

30/7/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Matthew. B. Dunfermline. E. Dunfermline. Private S/41102. 

Killed in Action, 10/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Duncan. B. Doune. E. Doune. L/Corporal 265034. Killed in Action, 

2/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, Evander. B. Lewis. E. Fort George. Private S/25468. Died of 

Wounds, 24/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 252051 Scottish Horse). 
M'Donald, James. B. Kirkcaldy. E. Kirkcaldy. Private S/11519. Killed in 

Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 267896. Died of Wounds, 

19/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Kirkintilloch. E. Stirling. Private 285031. Killed in 

Action, 2/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Norman. B. Inverness. E. Pitlochry. Private 1049. Killed in 

Action, 13/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Aberfeldy. E. Grantully. L/Corporal 265142. Killed in 

Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Hugh, Thomas. B. Kale, Co. Leitrim. E. Perth. Private 260802. Died, 

29/4/17. Home. 
M'Innes, Duncan. B. Mull. E. Glasgow. Private 268291. Killed in Action, 

23/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5347 Scottish Horse). 
M'Intyre, Charles. B. Pitlochry. E. Perth. Private 3979. Killed in Action, 

30/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Aberfeldy. E. Aberfeldy. Corperal 1104. Died of Wounds, 

4/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Crieff. E. Auchterarder. Private 1685. Killed in Action, 

30/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Oban. E. Grantully. Private 1275. Killed in Action, 

13/11/16. France and Flanders. 

7th (Fife Battalion) T.F. 

MacDonald, Charles Reginald. B. Portree. E. Dunfermline. Private 290461. 

Killed in Action, 25/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, William. B. Tobermory. E. Stirling. Private S/4104. Killed in 

Action, 24/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4442 A. & S. H.). 
M'Donald, Charles. B. Edinburgh. E. Kilmarnock. Private 292250. Killed in 

Action, 26/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, James. B. Maryhill. E. Maryhill. Private 292784. Killed in Action, 

25/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 292977. Killed in Action, 

4/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Durness, Sutherland. E. Glasgow. Private 292664. Died 

of Wounds, 3/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Inverallan, Morays. E. Dunblane. Private 292538. Died 

of Wounds, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John Murray. B. St. Vigeans, Forfar. E. Arbroath. Private 292526. 

Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Archd. B. Kilchattan. E. Campbeltown. Corporal 292865. Killed in 

Action, 16/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Peter. B. Wemyss, Fife. E. Kinghorn. L/Corporal 2055. Killed in 

Action, 30/7/18. France and Flanders. 



117 

M'Intyre, Alex. B. Inverness. E. Glasgow. Private S/8505. Killed in Action, 

15/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James Donald. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 202140. Killed in 

Action, 26/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Neil. B. Edinburgh. E. Kinghorn. L/Corporal 290546. Killed in 

Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Robert Crichton. B. Dunfermline. E. Dunfermline. Private S/9466. 

Killed in Action, 15/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, William. B. Dailly. E. Ayr. A/Sergeant 291. Killed in Action, 

15/4/18. France and Flanders. 

8th Service Battalion. 

Donald, Alexander Stewart. B. Arbroath. E. Dundee. Private S/18842. Killed 

in Action, 24/3/18. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Robert Smellie. B. St. Nicholas, Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. Private 

S/22844. Killed in Action, 24/3/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. Cupar Angus. E. Perth. Private S/ 14364. Killed in 

Action, 12/10/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alex. B. Durinish, Inverness. E. Inverness. Private S/21752. 

Died of Wounds, 29/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Robert. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private S/41543. Killed in 

Action, 19/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly S/1540 A. & S. H.). 
M'Callister, Alex. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private S/6555. Killed in Action, 

27/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, John Allan. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private S/40727. Killed 

in Action, 25/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Cramond. E. Perth. A/ Sergeant S/17540. Killed in 

Action, 19/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4634 A. & S. H.). 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Paisley. E. Paisley. Private S/10343. Killed in 

Action, 21/10/15. France and Flanders. (Formerly 8817 5th Res. Cav. 

Battalion). 
M'Donald, David. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private S/3409. Killed in Action, 

27/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. Forfar. E. Perth. Private S/9042. Killed in Action, 

21/11/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. Scone. E. Dundee. L/Corporal S/7765. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Edinburgh. E. Greenock. Private S/41725. Died of 

Wounds, 2/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James Evans. B. Glasgow. E. Dunkeld. L/Corporal 268723. 

Killed in Action, 12/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Owen. B. St. Lukes, Hanley. E. Darleston, Staffs. Private 10085. 

Killed in Action, 16/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Kinross. E. Perth. Private S/6219. Died cf Wounds, 

30/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Balquhidder. E. Dunblane. Private S/16612. Killed in 

Action, 3/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Crathie. E. Aberdeen. Private S/4746. Died of 

Wounds, 21/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Alex. B. Fearn. E. Kirriemuir. L/Corporal S/8650. Killed in 

Action, 28/9/18. France and Flanders. 



118 

M'Intyre, James. B. Parkhead. E. Aldershot. Private S/3145. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Dalmuir. E. Stirling. Private S/42076. Killed in 

Action, 19/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 1/187938 T.R. Battalion). 
M'Intyre, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 3/731. Died of Wounds, 

12/10/17. France and Flanders. 

9th Service Battalion. 

Donaldson, Robert. B. Carnbee, Fife. E. St. Andrews. Private 291206. 

Killed in Action, 8/2/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Malcolm. B. Staffin, Inverness. E. Dunblane. Private S/19207. 

Killed in Action, 24/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, John D. B. Ardrossan. E. Ardrossan. Private S/4902. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll. Archd. B. Killin. E. Dunblane. L/Corporal S/9430. Killed in Action, 

27/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. New Cumnock. E. Old Cumnock. Private S/4078. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Frank Armstrong. B. Inch, Wigtownshire. E- Stranraer. Private 

3/4146. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private S/10534. Killed in 

Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Liss, Hants. Private S/4697. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. Hazelburn, Arran. E. Stirling. Private S/40857. Died 

of Wounds, 25/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly S/16448 A. & S. H.). 
M'Intyre, James. B. Stirling. E. Perth. Corporal 7484. Killed in Action, 

30/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, William. B. Blairgowrie. E. Coupar Angus. Corporal S/4805. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intvre, William Tavlor. B. Kilbride, Brodick. E. Ardrossan. Private 

S/4900. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Isaac, Archd. Noble. B. Glenorchy. E. Hawick. Sergeant S/40026. Died 

of Wounds, 28/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Larty, Duncan. B. Perth. E. Cardiff. Piper S/5061. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

M'Intyre, Hugh. B. Kenmore. E. Dunblane. Private S/ 17069. Killed in 
Action, 9/5/17. Salonika. 

13th (Scottish Horse) Battalion. 

MacDonald, Angus. B. Carnbie, Fife. E. Perth. Private S/25689. Died of 

Wounds, 16/11/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. Crail. E. Perth. Private S/25699. Killed in Action, 

4/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George D. M. B. Aberdeen. E. Dunkeld. Private 315674. Killed 

in Action, 3/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5511 Scottish Horse). 



119 

14th (F. and F.) Yeomanry Battalion. 

Donaldson, Thomas. B. Stanley. E. Perth. Private 30S. Killed in Action, 

10/9/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Andrew. B. Burntisland. E. Kirkcaldy. Private 345266. Killed 

in Action, 18/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2271 F. and F. 

Yeomanry). 
M'Donald, Daniel. B. Glasgow. E. Barry Camp. Private 3/9916. Killed in 

Action, 6/11/17. Egypt. 
M'Donald, Francis. B. Dunfermline. E. Kirkcaldy. Private 345269. Died of 

Wounds, 13/11/17. Egypt. (Formerly 22S2 F. and F. Yeomanry). 
M'Donald, George. B. Urquhart. E. Dumfries. L/ Corporal S/13133. Killed 

in Action, 6/11/17. Egypt. (Formerly S/13151 A. & S. H. 13th Battalion). 
M'Donald, John Rigg. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 203189. Died of 

Wounds, 25/9/18. France and Flanders. 
MTntvre, William. B. Falkirk. E. Stenhousemuir. Private 345586. Died of 

Wounds, 11/4/18. Egypt. (Formerly 5153 R.H.). 

3rd Battalion Reserve. 

M'Donald, Alex. B. Grantown-on-Spey. E. Fort George. L/Corporal 23245. 
Died, 15/9/17. Home. (Formerly 6932 Seaforths). 

OXFORD AND BUCKS LIGHT INFANTRY. 

2nd Battalion. 

Donaldson, Robert. B. Deritend, Warwick. E. Birmingham. Private 15466. 
Died of Wounds, 28/6/17. France and Flanders. 

THE ESSEX REGIMENT. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Alister, John Neilson. B. Peckham. E. Woolwich. Private 15965. Killed 

in Action, 2/10/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, John Henry. B. Bethnal Green. E. Stratford. (Stratford, E.). 

Private 8143. Killed in Action, 6/8/15. Gallipoli. 

2nd Battalion. 

MacDonald, John Francas. B. Shaw, Lancashire. E. Shaw. (Shaw). Private 
39525. Died of Wounds, 20/11/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

TI/2878 R.A.S.C). 

9th Battalion. 

M'Allister, Frederick. B. Plaistow. E. Stratford. (Plaistow). Private 18661. 

Died of W'ounds, 11/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William Edwin. B. Bethnal Green. E. Walthamstow. (Waltham- 

stow). Private 15732. Killed in Action, 11/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, William Alexander. B. Kingston, Surrey. E. Kingston. (Kingston). 

Private 40770. Killed in Action, 18/7/17. (Formerly 21891 East Surrey 

Regiment). 



120 

THE SHERWOOD FORESTERS. NOTTS AND DERBYS REGIMENT. 

Officer. 

5th Battalion T.F. 

M'Innes, John Edward. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

Donaldson, Charles. B. . E. Gateshead. Private 100100. Killed in 

Action, 26/3/18. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, J. C, M.M. B. Luton, Chatham. E. Maidstone. (Chatham). 

L/Sergeant 10503. Killed in Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

M'Kinness, Albert. B. Hanley. E. Stoke-on-Trent. (Hanley). Private 29754. 

Killed in Action, 1/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Kinness, Ernest. B. Hanley. E. Hanley. Private 100029. Killed in Action, 

11/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 3590 Northumberland 

Yeomanry). 

3rd Battalion. 

M'Donald, Michael. B. Derby. E. Derby. Private 6046. Died, 10/9/15. 
Home. 

lst/7th Battalion. 

M'Allister, Donald. B. Nottingham. E. Nottingham. Private 266162. Killed 
in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Norman. B. . E. Aberdeen. Private 76248. Killed in 

Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 1081, H. Coy. R.E.). 

15th Battalion. 

M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Birkenhead. Private 114405. Killed in 
Action, 1/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 34862 K.S.L.I.). 

16th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Donald. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private 92058. Killed in 
Action, 26/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 258 R.A.S.C). 

LOYAL NORTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT. 

Officer. 
(3) M'Donald, Norman. 2nd Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 25/12/16. 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, John. B. Chesterfield. E. Preston. Private 11442. Killed in 

Action. 24/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Roger. B. Preston. E. Preston. Private 6523. Died of Wounds, 

10/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Sunderland. E. Sunderland. Private 26610. Killed in 

Action, 19/11/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4596 Durham Light 

Infantry). 



121 

1st /5 th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Albert. B. Bolton. Private 2100. Killed in Action, 12/2/16. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Bolton. E. Bolton. Sergeant 152. Killed in Action, 

12/9/16. France and Flanders. 

2nd 5 th Battalion. 

M'Innes, Allan. B. Longside, Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. (Longside). Private 
36044. Killed in Action, 26/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 195798 
R.F.A.). 

8th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Archd. M'Gregor. B. Widnes. E. Bolton. (Moses Gate). Private 

27687. Killed in Action, 7/6/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Bolton. E. Farnworth. (Bolton). Private 15321. Killed 

in Action, 2/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. Private 13837. Killed in 

Action, 19/5/16. France and Flanders. 

9th Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. Ashton-in-Makerfield. E. Wigan. (Ashton Makerfield). 
Private 12585. Killed in Action, 10/4/18. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

M'Donald, D. B. Bolton. E. Bolton. Corporal 16495. Killed in Action, 

9/10/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, John. B. London. E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Sergeant . 

Died, 8/4/16. Home. 

12th Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. . E Hindley. (Salford, Lanes.). Private 1468. 

Died, 3/6/16. Home. 

Depot. 

M'Donald, John. B. London. E. Liverpool. Sergeant 18682. Died, 8/4/16, 
Home. 

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REGIMENT. 

1st Battalion. 

Donald, Frederick Charles. B. St. Andrews. (Northampton). E. Northampton. 

Private 6871. Killed in Action, 3/11/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alfred John. B. Westminster. E. London. Private 31236. Died 

of Wounds, 30/12/16. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

Macalister, James. B. Grayhurst. (Bucks). E. Northampton. Private 15642. 
Killed in Action, 27/9/15. France and Flanders. 



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THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE OF WALES ROYAL BUCKS REGIMENT. 

2nd Battalion. 

MacDonald, Donald. B. Birmingham. E. Birmingham. Private 42438. Killed 
fn Action, 27/5/18. France and Flanders. 

lst/4th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Arthur. B. Birmingham. E. Birmingham. Private 36028. Killed 
in Action, 26/8/18. France and Flanders. 

2nd /4th Battalion. 

M'Allister, Frederick. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. Private 6658. Killed in 
Action, 13/7/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4282 Liverpool 
Regiment). 

5th Battalion. 

Doraldson, David James. B. Battersea. E. London. (Clapham). Private 
30046. Killed in Action, 5/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 28440 
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry). 

THE QUEEN'S OWN WEST KENT REGIMENT. 
1st Battalion. 

MacDonald, William. B. Liverpool. E. Tumbridge Wells. Private G/2167. 

Killed in Action, 9/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Arthur. B. Plumstead. E. Tottenham. (Edmonton). Private 

G/11392. Killed in Action, 22/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, William Wilson. B. Nairn. E. Hammersmith. (Acton Green). 

Private G/17855. Killed in Action, 26/10/17. France and Flanders. 

(Formerly 3239 Royal Fusiliers). 

2nd /4th Battalion. 

Donaldson, George. B. Edinburgh. E. Falkirk. Private G/27439. Killed in 
Action, 4/11/17. Egypt. (Formerly 55/184929 R.A.S.C.). 

8th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Peter. B. Bannockburn. E. Denny. L/Corporal G/5331. Died of 
Wounds, 6/4/16. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

M'Intyre, William Daniel. B. Holborn. E. Woolwich. Private G/1762. 

Killed in Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Ernest Albert Edward. B. Dublin. E. Plymouth. (Devonport). 

Private 241372. Killed in Action, 23/3/18. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

Maindonald, Edward Walter. B. Guernsey. E. Chelsea. (Vauxhall). Private 
G/21018. Killed in Action, 7/10/16. (Formerly 25278 Royal Fusiliers). 



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THE KING'S OWN YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, William. B. Keighley. E. Keighley. Private 3/3130. Killed in 
Action, 4/10/15. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

Donaldson, William. B. Felling", Durham. E. Felling. L/Corporal 22971. 

Died of Wounds, 29/6/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Archd. B ; Kilkenny. E. Ashton-under-Lyne. L/Sergeant 6923. 

Killed in Action, 28/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. West Town, Dewsbury. E. Dewsbury. Private 3/615. 

Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Intyre, Donald. B. . E. Campbeltown. Private 35143. Killed in 

Action, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5111 Durham Light 
Infantry). 

9th Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. Newcastle-on-Tyne. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Private 

43022. Killed in Action, 22/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

TR/5/60609 T.R. Battalion and 33185 N.F.). 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. . E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. A/Corporal 38962. 

Died of Wounds, 24/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 77573 T.R. 

Battalion). 
M'Larty, Hector. B. Wellington, Derbyshire. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. L/Cor- 

poral 43154. Died of Wounds, 20/9/18. (Formerly 85th T.R. Battalion). 

2nd /4th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Duncan. B. Pollokshaws. E. Rothesay. Private 35175. Killed in 
Action, 2/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 1421 Argyll Mountain 

Batterv). 

M'Donald,' William Charles. B. . E. Dewsbury. Private 201143. Died 

of Wounds, 20/11/17. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

M'Intyre, James. B. Kilmore, Oban. E. Oban. Private 35032. Killed in 
Action, 25/9/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 1360 R.G.A.). 

12th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Walter Gordon. B. Normanton. E. Castleford. Sergeant 12/676. 
Killed in Action, 12/5/17. France and Flanders. 

5th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Robert. B. Sunderland. E. Sunderland. Private 39219. Died, 
23/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 82580 T.R. Battalion). 



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1st 5th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Arthur William. B. . E. Moorethorpe, Yorks. Private 

4254. Killed in Action, 4/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. . E. Sheffield. Private 4043. Killed in Action, 

28/8/16. France and Flanders. 

THE KING'S SHROPSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Officers. 
(1) MacLaverty, Colin Johnston. Captain. Killed in Action, 18/9/16. 

4th Battalion T.F. 

M'Alister, Gordon Duncan. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 10/4/18. 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

M'Larty, Alex. B. Bolton. E. Lancaster. Bugler 9402. Died of Wounds, 

20/12/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Larty, Dan. Malcolm. B. St. Georges, Barrow-in-Furness. E. Barrow. 

(Barrow). A/CSM 6909. Killed in Action, 5/5/15. France and Flanders. 

4th Battalion. 

MacDonald-Meyer, Seymour Devenish. B. Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. E. London. 
(Goldenacre, Edinburgh). Died, 24/6/16. Home. (Formerly 16992 Dorset 
Regiment). 

9th Battalion. 

Donnell, Ernest Reginald. B. Gloucester. E. Shrewsbury. Private 12729. 

Died, 24/6/16. Home. 

10th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Neil George Murdo. B. Shrewsbury. E. Shrewsbury. (Kenley 
Cureage). Private 34184. Killed in Action, 30/8/17. Palestine. 

DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE'S OWN (MIDDLESEX REGIMENT). 

Officers. 

(12) M'Donnell, Charles Edward. Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 26/9/16. 
M'Donnell, Herbert. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 31/7/17. 

Rank and File. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, Thomas Clark. B. Melbourne, Australia. E. Mill Hill, Essex. 

A/Sergeant L/10204. Killed in Action, 30/10/14. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

MacDonald, Angus. B. Garryhallie, Inverness. E. Oban. (Lochboisdale). 

Private G/23971. Killed in Action, 23/10/16. France and Flanders. 



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M'Donald, Charles. B. Sunderland. E. London. L/Corporal 1947. Killed in 

Action, 14/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Lartv, John. B. Greenock. E. Canning Town. (Custom Ho., Essex). 

Pri'vate G/17576. Killed in Action, 23/10/16. France and Flanders. 

4th Battalion. 

M'Connell, Charles James. B. Poplar. E. Mill Hill. (Bromley). Private 
G/8976. Killed in Action, 30/9/15. France and Flanders. 

5th Battalion. 

M'Donald, John. B. . E. Woolwich. (Bow). Private G/9293. Died, 

15/5/15. Home. 

lst/ 7th Battalion. 

MacDonald, John Alex. B. . E. Hornsey. (Tottenham). Private- 

TF/4570. Killed in Action, 13/10/16. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, William. B. . E. Westwood, Durham. (Westwood). 

Private TF/238207 Killed in Action, 28/5/18. France and Flanders. 

lst/8th Battalion T.F. 

M'Donald, Harry. B. York. E. Hemsworth. Private G/52177. Killed in 
Action, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 48502 West Yorks 

Regiment). 

13th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Ernest Edward. B. Westminster. E. Woolwich. Private G/214-78. 
Killed in Action, 18/8/16. Fiance and Flanders. 

17th Battalion. 

MacDonald, James. B. Fife. E. London. (Leslie). Private F/106. Killed 

in Action, 11/12/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Duncan. B. Kettering. E. Sunbury Place. (Scotland). Private 

G/92846. Died of Wounds, 9/12/17. France and Flanders. 

18th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Frederick James. B. Shoreditch. E. Holloway. (BromleyJ- 

Sergeant G/15264. Died of Wounds, 27/10/16. France and Flanders. 

23rd Battalion. 

Donaldson, Frederick James. B. Dundee. E. Glasgow. Private G/ 89620. 

Killed in Action, 24/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, John, M.M. B. Poplar. E. St. Pauls. (Homerton). Private. 

G/6896. Killed in Action, 9/8/18. France and Flanders. 



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THE KING'S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS. 

Officers. 

(20) M'Donald, Angus George. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Died, 29/12/15. 
(5) Macdonald-Moreton, Norman Charles Henry. Captain (Tp.). Killed in 

Action, 13/10/15. 

Rank and File. 

1st Battalion. 

MacDonald, Alex. Stuart. B. New South Wales. E. Stratford, Essex. (New 
South Wales). Rifleman R/15244. Killed in Action, 8/2/16. France and 
Flanders. 

4th Battalion. 

M'Innes, Archd. B. Alverstoke, Gosport. E. Gosport. (Catford). Bandsman 
6936. Killed in Action, 29/4/15. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

Donald, William Alex. B. Brompton. E. Marylebone. (Leamington Spa). 

Rifleman A/3083. Died of Wounds, 15/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Herbert. B. Deptford. E. Woolwich. (Rotherhithe). Rifleman 

6/1378. Died of Wounds, 19/8/16. France and Flanders. 

8th Battalion. 

Donald, John. B. Surbiton. E. Kensington. (Fulham). Rifleman R/37696. 
Killed in Action, 11/10/17. France and Flanders. 

9th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Alfred. B. Hoxton. E. Shoreditch. (Hoxton). Rifleman R/9290. 
Died of Wounds, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

M'Donald, George. B. Derby. E. Sheffield. Rifleman R/1220. Killed in 

Action, 17/3/16. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, William John. B. Shoreditch. E. Stratford. (Shoreditch). Rifleman 

6/821. Killed in Action, 21/11/17. France and Flanders. 

12th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Charles Cyril. B. Hampstead. E. St. Pancras. (Regents Park). 
Rifleman 47353. Died of Wounds, 9/11/18. France and Flanders. (For- 
merly TR/10/7811 22nd T.R. Battalion). 

MacDonald, Henry Elworthy. B. Westminster. E. London. (Regents Park). 
Rifleman R/10083. Killed in Action, 28/8/16. France and Flanders. 

18th Battalion. 

M'Connell, William. B. Wilne, Derby. E. Derby. L/Corporal C/6200. Killed 

in Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Thomas. B. Gateshead. E. Malton. Rifleman A/201719. Died of 

Wounds, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly T14/043208 R.A S.C.). 



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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S WILTSHIRE REGIMENT. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Intyre, Charles Edwin. B. Westminster. E. Lambeth. (Vauxhall). L/Cor- 
poral 10608. Killed in Action, 3/5/16. France and Flanders. 

THE MANCHESTER REGIMENT. 

1st Battalion. 

MacDonald, John. B. Ancoats. E. Ashton-under-Lyne. (Manchester). Private 
2114. Killed in Action, 11/11/14. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, John. B. Mountain Mullingar. E. Manchester. (Failsworth). 

Private 2665. Killed in Action, 26/4/15. France and Flanders. 

M'Intyre, Thomas Patrick. B. Manchester. E. Manchester. (Failsworth). 
Private 33792. Died, 18/6/16. Mesopotamia. 

2nd Battalion. 

Donaldson, Clyde. B. Nelson. E. Ashton-under-Lyne. (Blackburn). Private 

9075. Killed in Action, 27/11/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, George. B. Chorlton-on-Medlock. E. Southport. (Hulme). 

Private 24320. Killed in Action, 20/12/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John Edward. B. Oldham. E. Ashton-under-Lyne. (Oldham). 

Private 1458. Died of Wounds, 10/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Wigan. E. Wigan. Private 200093. Died of Wounds, 

6/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Manchester. E. Ashton-under-Lyne. Private 1932. 

Killed in Action, 8/4/15. France and Flanders. 

3rd Battalion. 

M'Donald, John. B. Stockport. E. Middlesbrough. Private 4335. Died, 
4/5/18. Home. 

11th Battalion. 

MacDonald, William Wallace. B. Beverley, Yorks. E. Manchester. Private 
303110. Killed in Action, 4/10/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, Joseph. B. Manchester. E. Manchester. Sergeant 16865. Died 
of Wounds, 20/3/18. France and Flanders. 

17th Battalion. 

M'Donald, George Burns. B. Govan. E. Manchester. Private 47198. Killed 
in Action, 22/3/18. France and Flanders. 

18th Battalion. 

Donaldson, James. B. Edinburgh. E. Manchester. (Altrincham). A/Sergeant 
11001. Killed in Action, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. 

M'Intyre, Daniel. B. Darlington. E. Manchester. A/Corporal 11252. Killed 
in Action, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. 



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19th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Henry. B. Moss-side. E. Manchester. Private 12139. Killed in 
Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

21st Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. Trindon Grange, Co. Durham. E. So. Shields. Private 
51658. Killed in Action, 24/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 40445 
Durham Light Infantry). 

M'Intyre, Stephen. B. Gorton. E. Manchester. Private 19451. Killed in 
Action, 29/8/16. France and Flanders. 

23rd Battalion. 

M'Donald, John. B. Manchester E. Manchester. Private 13251. Killed in 
Action, 22/10/17. France and Flanders. 

1st 5 th Battalion. 

M'Donald, William. B. St. Catherines, Wigan. E. Wigan. Private 2065. 
Died of Wounds, 16/8/15. Gallipoli. 

2nd 5th Battalion. 

M'Donald, John. B. Warrington. E. Warrington. Private 201988. Killed in 
Action, 5/10/17. France and Flanders. 

1st 6th Battalion. 

M'Intyre, Peter Stuart. B. Eccles. E. Manchester. Sergeant 966. Killed in 
Action, 5/6/15. Gallipoli. 

lst/ 7th Battalion. 

M'Donald, George Edward. B. Salford. E. Manchester. Private 48359. 
Killed in Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 

lst/ 9th Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. . E. Ashton-under-Lyne. (Dickinfield). Private 

350859. Killed in Action, 29/4/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Donnell, Fred. B. St. Marks, Dickinfield. E. Ashton-under-Lyne. Private 
1542. Killed in Action, 7/6/15. Gallipoli. 

lst/ 10th Battalion. 

M'Connell, Thomas. B. Ashton-under-Lyne. E. Oldham. Private 375367. 

Killed in Action, 4/6/17. France and Flanders. 

2nd/ 10th Battalion. 

M'Allister, John James. B. Manchester. E. Manchester. Private 377478. 

Killed in Action, 9/10/17. France and Flanders. 



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PRINCE OF WALES NORTH STAFFORD REGIMENT. 

4th Battalion. 

M'Kean, Walter. B. Manchester. E. Manchester. Corporal 42068. Died of 
Wounds, 10/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5208 Manchester 

Regiment). 

1st. 5th Battalion. 

M'Donald, James William. B. Liverpool. E. Barrow-in-Furness. Private 
41697. Killed in Action, 17/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 
4/36863 Royal Lanes. Regiment). 

2nd/ 5th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Thomas. B. Newcastle-on-Tyne. E. Cowdenbeath. (Newcastle-on- 
Tyne). Private 23996. Killed in Action, . (Formerly 12116 R.S.F.). 

1st 6th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Daniel. B. Ashton-under-Lyne. E. Burton-on-Trent. Private 241280. 

Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Henry Edward. B. Burton-on-Trent. E. Burton-on-Trent. Private 

2409. Died of Wounds, 19/6/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Roderick Arthur. B. Horninglaw, Staffs. E. Burton-on-Trent. 

Sergeant 2321. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

2nd/6th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Alex. William. B. Manningham, Yorks. E. Bradford. Private 

37001. Died, 24/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Birmingham. E. Birmingham. Private 34357. Killed in 

Action, 29/11/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 19533 So. Staffs. 

Regiment). 

8th Battalion. 

M'Donald, David Thomas. B. Tunstall. E. Burslem. (Tunstall). L/Corporal 
13113. Killed in Action, 23/3/16. France and Flanders. 

YORK AND LANCASTER REGIMENT. 

Officers. 

(7) M'Alister, Hugh. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Died, 17/9/17. 

MTntyre, Donald William. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 28/6/17. 
(Attached 14th Battalion). 

Rank and File. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. St. Vincent, Sheffield. E. Sheffield. Private 11777. 

Died of Wounds, 24/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Rotherham. E. Stenhousemuir. (Sheffield). Private 

3/3459. Killed in Action, 8/5/15. France and Flanders. 



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2nd Battalion. 

M'Intyre, Arthur. B. Holbeck. E. London. (Dover). Private 6805. Killed 
in Action, 9/8/15. France and Flanders. 

1st 4th (Hallamshire) T.F. Battalion. 

Donaldson, Albert Oliver. B. Newcastle-on-Tyne. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
Private 242681. Killed in Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Larty, Alex. Malcolm. B. . E. Oban. (Taynuilt). Private 35135. 

Died of Wounds, 31/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 398533 

R.E.). 

10th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Thomas Hayes. B. St. John (Newcastle-on-Tyne). E. Gateshead. 

Private 21662. Died of Wounds, 4/12/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Carlisle. E. Worksop. Private 21467. Killed in 

Action, 30/7/17. France and Flanders. 

DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Officers. 

(14) MacDonald, Ronald Hugh Charles. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in 
Action, 10/12/16. 

8th Battalion T.F. 

MacDonald, Percy. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 21/4/17. 

Rank and File. 
2nd Battalion. 

M'Donald, John George. B. Sunderland. E. Gateshead. Private 25332. 

Died of Wounds, 8/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donell, John. B. Jarrow. E. Jarrow. Private 3/9371. Killed in Action, 

15/1/16. France and Flanders. 

1st 5th Battalion. 

MacDonald, George. B. . E. Darlington. (Horden Colliery). Private 

200550. Died of Wounds, 24/4/17. France and Flanders. 

lst/ 6th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Richard. B. Birmingham. E. Bedale. (Thornton Walton). 

Private 5679. Died of Wounds, 14/11/16. France and Flanders. (For- 
merly 28644 Yorks. Regiment). 

2nd/ 7th Battalion. 

M'Connell, Pat. B. Newtownards. E. Belfast. (Berwick). Private 85487. 

Killed in Action, 27/5/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 505421 R.E.). 
M'Innes, Donald Thomas. B. . E. Rothesay. (Port Bannatyne). 

Private 201320 Killed in Action, 11/4/18. (Formerly 1436 Argyll Mountain 

Battery). 



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lst/9th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Thomas. B. . E. Durham. (Broompark, Durham). Private 

250772. Killed in Action, 23/7/18. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Robert. B. South Shields. E. South Shields. Private 37362. Killed 
in Action, 16/10/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, Edward. B. Sherburn Hill. E. Newcastle. (Sherburn Hill). 

Private 42254. Died of Wounds, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. (For- 
merly 26/500 Northumberland Fusiliers). 

M'Intyre, Robert. B. Govan. E. Newcastle. (Gateshead). Private 12156. 
Killed in Action, 16/9/18. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

M'Allister, James. B. Jarrow. E. Jarrow. Private 32883. Died of Wounds, 

20/12/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, James. B. Sunderland. E. Stanley. (Durham). Private 17958. 

Died of Wounds, 12/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Anfield Plain. E. Stanley. (Craghead). Private 17478. 

Killed in Action, 28/9/15. France and Flanders. 

12th Battalion. 

Donaldson, John. B. Sunderland. E. Sunderland. Sergeant 19521. Killed in 

Action, 8/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Grory, Michael. B. West Hartlepool. E. West Hartlepool. Private 16725. 

Killed in Action, 7/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'llwraith, James. B. Houghton le Spring. E. Chester le Street. Private 

19153. Died of Wounds, 19/7/16. France and Flanders. 

13th Battalion. 

M'Intyre, John. B. Consett. E. Consett. Corporal 18207. Killed in Action, 
7/10/16. France and Flanders. 

14th Battalion. 

Donald, Frederick. B. Bowes. E. West Hartlepool. (Barnard Castle). 
L/Corporal 14999. Died of Wounds, 18/9/16. France and Flanders. 

15th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Thomas. B. South Hilton. E. Sunderland. (Washington). 

Private 3/11863. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Frederick. B. South Shields. E. South Shields. L/Corporal 

14803. Killed in Action, 16/9/16. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, Donald. B. Dunoon. E. Ballachulish. Private 327475. Killed in 

Action, 10/6/18. France and Flanders. 



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18th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Harold. B. South Shields. E. South Shields. Sergeant 18/323. 

Killed in Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Joseph. B. Shining Row. E. Durham. (West Hartlepool). A. 

L/Corporal 18/548. Killed in Action, 28/7/16. France and Flanders. 

19th Battalion. 

M'Allister, Francis Anthony. B. South Shields. E. Sunderland. (South 
Shields). Private 105338. Died of Wounds, 11/11/18. France and 

Flanders. 

M'Intyre, John. B. Consett. E. Chester le Street. (Birtley). Private 38800. 
Killed in Action, 6/5/17. France and Flanders. 

20th Battalion. 

M'Keand, John. B. Chester le Street. E. Sunderland. (Sacriston). Private 
20/855. Died of Wounds, 9/10/16. France and Flanders. 

THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, Evan Ronald Horatio Keith. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 

20/9/14. (France). 
M'Intyre, Reginald John. Temporary Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 25-26/10/18. 

Sth T.F. 

MacDonald, John. Captain. Killed in Action, 13/7/15. (Gallipoli). 
MacDonald, George Cockburn. Died, 17/11/18. 

9th G.H. 

Donald, William Francis Maxwell, M.C. Captain. Killed in Action, 19/9/18. 
Donaldson, Alex. Howard. Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 12/10/18. 
Maclntyre, John Taylor. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 25/8/17. 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

Donaldson, John. B. Leith. E. Edinburgh. Private 9367. Killed in Action, 

27/6/16, Mesopotamia. 
MacDonald, Alex. B. Paisley. E. Glasgow. Private 11548. Died of Wounds, 

21/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Angus. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. Private 24178. Killed in 

Action, 25/10/18. Mesopotamia. 
MacDonald, Angus. B. Falkirk. E. Glasgow. Private 10741. Died of 

Wounds, 21/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. A/L/Sergeant 10748. 

Died of Wounds, 18/4/16. Mesopotamia. 
MacDonald, William. B. Glasgow. E. Edinburgh. (Glasgow). Died of 

Wounds, 13/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Malcolm. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 7001. Died, 

18/9/16. Mesopotamia. 



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2nd Battalion. 

Donald, Edmund. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 14154. Killed in 

Action, 12/2/17. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Joseph. B. Port-Glasgow. E. Hamilton. Private 7118. Killed in 

Action, 14/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Carstairs). Private 7042. 

Killed in Action, 28/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private A/8028. Died of 

Wounds, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Joseph. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 8324. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, David. B. New Monkland. E. Hamilton. Private 36663. Killed 

in Action, 25/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. Dundee. E. Hamilton. Private 11429. Killed in 

Action, 17/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 45988. Killed in 

Action, 23/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Hamilton. (Glasgow). Private 8093. 

Killed in Action, 13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 9119. Killed in Action, 

25/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Forfar. E. Hamilton. (Coalburn). Private 8625. Killed 

in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Inverness. E. Glasgow. Private 7182. Killed in 

Action, 14/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Sam. B. Fort William. E. Glasgow. (Kinlochleven). Private 7808. 

Killed in Action, 17/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 33481. Killed in 

Action, 13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Leith. E. Edinburgh. Private 10900. Killed in 

Action, 21/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Cambusnethan. E. Hamilton. (Paisley). Killed in 

Action, 12/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, John. B. Dublin. E. Glasgow. Private 8187. Killed in Action, 

10/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 33718. Killed in Action, 

1/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Walter. B. Paisley. E. Paisley. L/Corporal 18224. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Alex. B. Dundee. E. Hamilton. (Edinburgh). Private 7447. 

Killed in Action, 31/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Ronald. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 8126. Died of 

Wounds, 27/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Larty, William. B. Ayr. E. Ayr. Private 11814. Died of Wounds, 

24/6/15. France and Flanders. 



3rd Reserve Battalion. 

MacDonald, Norman. B. North Uist. E. Glasgow. Private 34651. Died, 
13/2/17. Home. 



134 

5th Battalion T.F. 

MacDonald, David. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Sergeant 113. Killed in 

Action, 14/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 203403. Killed in 

Action, 24/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 201229. Killed in 

Action, 8/11/17. Egypt. 
M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 201103. Killed in 

Action, 8/11/17. Egypt. 
M'Intyre, Duncan. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 201081. Died, 

21/9/17. Egypt. 
M'Kechnie, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 201207. Killed in 

Action, 17/4/17. Egypt. 
M'Larty, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Sergeant 1694. Killed in Action, 

25/12/15. Gallipoli. 

6th Battalion T.F. 

Donaldson, Alfred. B. Montrose. E. Glasgow. Private 241612. Died of 

Wounds, 11/8/17. Egypt. 
MacDonald, Angus. B. Grantown-on-Spey. E. Glasgow. Private 1624. Killed 

in Action, 12/7/15. Gallipoli. 
MacDonald, Duncan J. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 2757. Killed in 

Action, 12/7/15. Gallipoli. 
MacDonald, Gordon C. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 2241. Killed in 

Action, 27/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'llwraith, John. B. . E. Glasgow. L/Corporal 241281. Died of 

Wounds, 27/11/17. Mesopotamia. 
M'Intvre, Allan. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 2528. Killed in Action, 

12/7/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Intyre, Duncan. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 2219. Killed in Action, 

9/7/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Intyre, Duncan. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. L/Sergeant 240347. Died of 

Wounds, 7/6/17. Egypt. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 241128. Died, 7/11/18. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Peter. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 1317. Died, 1/11/15, 

Gallipoli. 
M'Kechnie, Angus. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 31759. Killed in 

Action, 24/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. A/L/Corporal 1748. Died of 

Wounds, 12/12/18. Gallipoli. 

7th Battalion T.F. (Blythswoods). 

M'Allister, Daniel. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 3028. Killed in Action, 

28/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, Alex. F. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 280726. Died, 15/4/17. 

At Sea. 
MacDonald, George. B. Coatbridge. E. Glasgow. Private 2433. Killed in 

Action, 12/7/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 2013. Died of Wounds, 

23/7/15. Gallipoli. 



135 

M'Donald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 2291. Died of Wounds, 

1/10/15. Home. 
M'Donald, Joseph. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 2418. Killed in Action, 

12/7/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, Joseph. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 2740. Died of Wounds, 

17/7/15. Gallipoli. 
MacDonald, Robert. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 1609. Died, 6/9/15. 

At Sea. 
M'llraith, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Mossend). Private 282577. 

Killed in Action, 28/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Archd. B. Sleat. E. Glasgow. Private 281572. Killed in Action, 

10/11/17. Egypt. 
M'Intvre, Pat. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 2759. Killed in Action, 

21/10/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Kechnie, John. B. . E. Glasgow. (Helensburgh). Private 200561. 

Died of Wounds, 25/10/18. France and Flanders. 



9th Battalion (Glasgow Highland). 

Darroch, Frank. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 331616. Killed in Action, 

29/9/18. France and Flanders. 
Donald, James. B. . E. Darlington. Private 333898. Killed in Action, 

29/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 33221 Durham Light Infantry). 
Donaldson, Bruce. B. Manchester. E. Glossop. (Airdrie). Private 332423. 

Killed in Action, 6/12/17. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, George. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 332761. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/17. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Robert. B. Hamilton. E. Glasgow. (Hamilton). Private 330821. 

Killed in Action, 16/4/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Peter G., M.M. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. A/L/Sergeant 2126. 

Killed in Action, 1/11/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James F. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 3550. Killed in 

Action, 15/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alex. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 4906. Killed in Action, 

15/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, George. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. L/Sergeant 4081. Killed in 

Action, 1/11/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Kiltarlity. E. Inverness. (Beauly). Sergeant 335675. 

Killed in Action, 29/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4992 Cameron 

Highlanders). 
M'Larty, Duncan. B. Kilmarnock. E. Glasgow. Private 330661. Killed in 

Action, 15/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Alister, George. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 1936. Killed in Action, 

17/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Charles. B. Paisley. E. Glasgow. Private 333151. Killed in 

Action, 16/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Harry. B. Coatbridge. E. Glasgow. (Coatbridge). Private 

331963. Killed in Action, 25/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. H. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 3219. Killed in Action, 

16/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Bothkenner. E. Glasgow. L/Corporal 4599. Killed in 

Action, 22/8/16. France and Flanders. 



136 

M'Donald, Donald. B. Fort William. E. Glasgow. (Lochailort). Private 

331736. Killed in Action, 25/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 2917. Killed in Action, 

5/8/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 337150. Died, 

26/11/17. Home. 
M'Donald, James. B. . E, Glasgow. Private 15716. Killed in Action, 

France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 1888. Killed in 

Action, 15/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'llwraith, Alex. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 331860. Killed in 

Action, 30/2/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 2680. Killed in Action, 

16/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Inyre, Richard G. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 3849. Killed in 

Action, 20/1/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Larty, Angus. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 331832. Killed in Action, 

15/7/16. France and Flanders. 

10th Service Battalion. 

Donald, Thomas. B. Glasgow. E. Barrow-in-Furness. Private 1725. Killed 

in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, David. B. Methven. E. Borden, Hants. (Tarbolton). L/CorporaJ 

902. Killed in Action, 9/7/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Thomas. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 853. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Anthony. B. Dundee. E. Glasgow. Private 17161. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, James. B. Edinburgh. E. Glasgow. (Coatbridge). Private 12727. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Cupar. E. Kirkcaldy. (Thornton). Private 18284. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. . E. Plymouth. Private 9421. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Peter. B. Burnside. E. Glasgow. Private 17505. Died of Wounds, 

8/11/18. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, William. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 18289. Died of 

Wounds, 11/5/16. France and Flanders. 

10th/ 11th Battalion. 

Darroch, Neil. B. Paisley. E. Leith. Private 4132. Killed in Action, 16/8/16. 

France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Colin C. B. . E. Edinburgh. Private 38158. Killed in 

Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Carbost, Skye. E. Glasgow. Corporal 13380. Died of 

Wounds, 15/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 9494. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. A/L/Corporal 19529. Died of 

Wounds, 23/12/16. France and Flanders. 



137 

M'Donald, William. B. Inverness. E. Glasgow. (Inverness). Private 12. 

Killed in Action, 26/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Paisley. E. Paisley. A/L/Corporal 21343. Died of 

Wounds, 13/8/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 11895 Scots Greys). 
M'Intyre, Daniel. B. Torphichen. E. Edinburgh. (Bathgate). Private 305. 

Killed in Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 

11th Service Battalion. 

M'Innes, William. B. Biggar. E. Glasgow. (Motherwell). Private 21345. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. (Formerly 8467 R.R. of 

Cavalry). 
M'Donald, William. B. Greenock. E. Greenock. Private 19793. Died of 

Wounds, 30/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Alex. B. Garscadden. E. Clydebank. (Duntocher). Private 8727. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 

12th Service Battalion. 

Darroch, Adam. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 16957. Killed in Action, 

13/8/16. France and Flanders. 
Donald, John. B. Lanark. E. Dunoon. (Lanark). Private 17548. Killed in 

Action, 13/8/16. France and Flanders. 
Donald, William. B. Lesmahagow. E. Stonehouse. (Strathaven). Sergeant 

22865. Killed in Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 45492. Died of Wounds, 

30/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Edinburgh. E. Glasgow. Private 41962. Died of 

Wounds, 3/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 24878 R.S.F.). 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Coults. E. Ayr. Private 43420. Died of Wounds, 

10/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2345 Ayrshire Yeomanry). 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Blairgowrie. E. Coatbri'dge. (Airdrie). Private 22385. 

Killed in Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Andrew. B. Greenock. E. Edinburgh. Private 25224. Killed in 

Action, 8/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, David A. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 41754. Killed in 

Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 27040 K.O.S.B.). 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 18871. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 18005. Killed in 

Action, 22/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Nairn. E. Glasgow. Private 32451. Killed in Action, 

25/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 350362. Killed in 

Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 18680. Killed in Action, 

26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Kean, Andrew. B. Strathaven. E. Glasgow. Private 40413. Killed in 

Action, 23/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Kean, John. B. Slamanan. E. Glasgow. (Slamanan). Private 18884. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, William. B. Motherwell. E. Hamilton. (Wishaw). L/Corporal 

1846. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 



138 
15th Service Battalion. 

Donald, Robert, B. Cathcart, Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 14755. Killed 

in Action, 3/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Alex. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Sergeant 13099. Killed in 

Action, 27/1/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Daniel. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 40604. Killed in 

Action, 15/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Maybole. E. Carluke. Private 45250. Killed in 

Action, 2/6/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 23830 Royal Scots). 
M'Donald, Hector. B. Tiree. E. Glasgow. Private 1046. Died of Wounds, 

26/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Cathcart. E. Glasgow. (Stokesley, Yorks.). Corporal 

13086. Killed in Action, 28/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Murdoch. B. South Uist. E. Glasgow. Private 13517. Killed in 

Action, 20/6/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 16851. Died of Wounds, 

24/6/17. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Hugh. B. Oban. E. Glasgow. (Morven). Private 13148. Died of 

Wounds, 14/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Rorie, Robert. B. Cambuslang. E. Glasgow. L/Corporal 15767. Died of 

Wounds, 4/7/16. France and Flanders. 

16th Service Battalion (2nd Glasgow). 

Donald, George. B. Fordoun. E. Perth. (Montrose). Private 32420. Killed 

in Action, 18/11/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly S/151612 Royal 

Highlanders). 
Donaldson, George. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 33164. Died of 

Wounds, 29/8/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Nairn. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 42296. Killed in 

Action, 14/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 27355 K.O.S.B.). 
Donaldson, Thomas. B. Kingskettle. E. Dunfermline. (North Queensferry). 

Private 43069. Killed in Action, 11/7/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

2373 H.C.B.). 
MacDonald, James. B. Kirkcaldy. E. Kirkcaldy. Private 43049. Died of 

Wounds, 18/11/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2025 H.C.B.). 
M'Connell, Alex. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 355925. Died, 10/6/18. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 14847. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Banknock, Inverness. E. Stirling. (Banknock). 

Private 31059. Died, 27/12/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 14571. Killed in 

Action, 18/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 25373. Killed in Action, 

14/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Neil. B. Kildalton. E. Glasgow. Private 14567. Killed in Action, 

1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 26254. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Robert. B. Santiago, Chili. E. Glasgow. Private 37881. Killed in 

Action, 2/12/17. France and Flanders. 



139 

M'Intyre, James. B. Londonderry. E. Glasgow. Private 14688. Died of 

Wounds, 19/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Neil. B. Killin. E. Glasgow. Private 27381. Killed in Action, 

18/1/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, William. B. Arrochar. E. Dunblane. (Callander). Private 33454. 

Died of Wounds, 22/9/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly S/16055- 

R.H.). 

17th Service Battalion (3rd Glasgow). 

Donaldson, James. B. Old Cumnock. E. Ayr. (Old Cumnock). Private 

35083. Killed in Action, 1/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 9807 

R.S.). 
M'Crindle, Robert. B. Girvan. E. Girvan. Private 41053. Killed in Action, 

18/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Glasgow. E. Clydebank. (Duntocher). Private 42852. 

Died of Wounds, 10/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 25088 R.S.F.). 
MacDonald, Donald J. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 37946. Killed in 

Action, 7/7/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Duncan. B. Paisley. E. Glasgow. (Paisley). Private 15711. 

Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Iona. E. Glasgow. (Greenock). Private 16244. Killed 

in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Robert. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 16014. Died of 

Wounds, 16/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, James. B. Newmilns. E. Glasgow. (Darvel). Private 2930. Killed 

in Action, 8/8/16. France and Flanders. 
Macintyre, James. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. L/Corporal 15752. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Angus. B. Jura. E. Dunfermline. (Kincardine). Private 33455. 

Killed in Action, 18/11/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly S/15013 

Royal Highlanders). 

18th Service Battalion (4th Glasgow). 

Donaldson, James. B. Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. Private 42076. Died of 

Wounds, 6/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 29670 R.S.). 
M'Donald, Godfrey A. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 4604. Killed in 

Action, 19/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 55399. Killed in Action, 

25/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Lachlan. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 5566. Killed in 

Action, 7/6/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Norman. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 29839. Killed in 

Action, 25/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Edward M. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 21925. Died of 

Wounds, 30/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Isaac, Duncan. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 37114. Killed in 

Action, 25/8/17. France and Flanders. 

Depot. 

M'Donald, Joseph. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 32715. Died, Home, 
21/7/16. 

52nd (Grad.) Battalion. 

M'Innes, James. B. Leith. E. Edinburgh. Private Tr/2/7561. Died, 18/5/18. 
Home. 



no 
SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, Hector Robert. 2nd Lieutentant. Killed in Action, 22/2/17. 
MacDonald, Wm. Francis, M.C. 2nd Lieutenant 3rd Battalion. Attached 2nd 

Battalion. Killed in Action, 1/9/18. 
MacDonald, Angus MacGillivray, D.S.O., A/Capt. 4th Battalion (T.) Killed 

in Action, 21/11/17. 
MacDonald, Roderick John. 2nd Lieutenant 4th Battalion (T.) Died of Wounds, 

20/4/17. 
MacDonald, Wm. Alexander. Captain 5th Battalion (T.) Killed in Action, 

21/7/18. 
Macintyre, Peter Brown. Captain 4th Battalion (T.) Died of Wounds, 3/8/17. 

Rank and File. 

1st Battalion. 

Donald, John. B. Saltcoats. E. Barrhead. Private S/5251. Killed in Action, 

9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
Donald, John Mains. B. Kirkintulloch. E. Glasgow. Private 3/7699. Killed in 

Action, 4/11/15. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Frank. B. Aberdeen. E. Edinburgh. L/Corporal S/8930. Killed in 

Action, 22/4/16. Persian Gulf. 
Donald, James. B. Port-Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private S/ 10636. Killed in 

Action, 21/4/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Wm. B. Benton, Kilsyth. E. Kilsyth. Private S/3571. Killed in 

Action, 21/6/16. Persian Gulf. 
Donaldson, George. B. Bishopmill, Moravshire. E. Edinburgh. L/Corporal 

S/8765. Killed in Action, 22/4/16. Persian Gulf. 
M'Callister, James. B. Antrim. E. Ashington. Private S/10095. Died, 20/8/16. 

Persian Gulf. 
M'Crindle, John. B. Riccarton. E. Kilmarnock. Private S/4281. Killed in 

Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Robert. B. Stornovvay. E. Stornoway. Private 13. Killed in 

Action, 6/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald), Angus. B. Sleat. E. Berwick. Private 163. Died, 1/7/16. 

Persian Gulf. 
MacDonald, William. B. Fort-William. E. Stirling. L/Corporal 598. Died of 

Wounds, 6/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alex. B. Portree. E. Nairn. L/Corporal 1064. Killed in Action, 

9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Dalziel. E. Hamilton. Private 1279. Killed in Action, 

9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Nairn. E. Glasgow. Private S/4688. Killed in Action, 

22/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Private 3/6682. Killed in 

Action, 20/12/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Samuel. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Private 3/6933. Killed in 

Action, 10/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Norman. B. Nigg. E. Stornoway. Private 3/6994. Killed in 
Action, 5/11/17. Persian Gulf. 



141 

MacDonald, Angus. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Private 3/723. Killed in 

Action, 9/3/15. France and Flanders. olt7nA „ T ,-„ , ■ 

MacDonald, Alex. B. Ness, Lewis. E. Stornoway. Private 3/704*. Killed in 

Action, 7/1/16. Persian Gulf. „,„„„, «■■« j ■ 

MacDonald, John. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Private 3/7071. Killed in 
Action, 17/3/15. Persian Gulf. nl » n „ ™- j c 

MacDonald, John. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Private 3/7063. Died ot 

Wounds, 17/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Barvas, Lewis. E. Stornoway. Private 3/7092. Killed 

in Action, 7/1/16. Persian Gulf. . 

MacDonald, Angus. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Private 3/7412. Killed in 

Action, 22/4/16. Persian Gulf. r% _ 

MacDonald, Donald. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Private 3/7293. Killed in 

Action, 9/8/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Peter. B. Lochs, Lewis. E. Stornoway. Private 3/7449. Died of 

Wounds, 12/4/16. Persian Gulf. 
MacDonald, John. B. St. Andrews, Midlothian. E. Leith. Private S/1479. 

Killed in Action. 7/1/16. Persian Gulf. 
MacDonald, James. B. Kilcoy, Muir of Ord. E. Fort-George. L/ Sergeant 8882. 

Died of Wounds, 14/11/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald. Donald. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. L/Sergeant 9078. Killed 

in Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Uig, Lewis. E. Glasgow. L/Sergeant 9191. Killed in 

Action, 8/11/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Malcolm. B. Ross-shire. E. Fort-George. Private S/9388. Killed 

in Action, 22/4/16. Persian Gulf. 
MacDonald, Charles. B. Elgin. E. Fort-George. Sergeant 9418. Killed in 

Action, 6/4/16. Persian Gulf. 
MacDonald, Duncan. B. Stockbridge. E. Edinburgh. Private 9802. Killed in 

Action, 29/10/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Harry. B. Wishaw. E. Paisley. L/Coropral S/ 10411. Died, 

5/7/17. Persian Gulf. (Formerlv 1057 Dragoons). 
MacDonald, Allan. B. Enzel. E. Fort-George. Private 10460. Killed in Action, 

24/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, Murdoch. B. Boness. E. Glasgow. Private 10507. Killed in Action, 

4/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Henry. B. Kenmore. E. Pitlochry. Private S/13210. Died, 9/7/16. 

Persian Gulf. (Formerly S/21613 Camerons). 
MacDonald, John. B. Aberdeenshire. E. Aberdeen. Private S/17245. Killed in 

Action, 23/7/18. Egypt. (Formerly T.R./1/1659. T.R. Battalion). 
M'Donald, Afflick. B. Nairn. E. Nairn. L/Corporal 3/7938. Killed in Action, 

24/12/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Murdo. B. Lochs, Lewis. E. Stornoway. Private S/6094. Killed in 

Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Kenneth. B. Stornoway. E. Glasgow. Private 10637. Killed in 

Action, 13/1/16. Persian Gulf. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Kirkintilloch. E. Rutherglen. Private S/4299. Killed in 

Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Kenneth Charles. B. Inverness. E. Edinburgh. Private 9057. Killed 

in Action, 22/4/16. Persian Gulf. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 10156. Killed in Action, 

20/12/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Peter. B. Bernie. E. Elgin. Private 10329. Died of Wounds, 

20/12/14. France and Flanders. 



142 



2nd Battalion. 



Died of Wounds, 



Killed in 

I i 

Corporal 607. Died of 

Killed in Action, 

Killed in 

Private S/6068. Died of Wounds, 

S440. Killed in 

Private 3/6533. 

S/6925. 

Died of 



Died of 



Donaldson, James. B. Falkirk. E. Falkirk. Private S/2913 

13/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, William. B. Edinburgh. E. Belfast. Private S/ 10608. 

Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, William. B. Renfrew. E. Govan. Private 235066. Killed in Action 

4/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4654 A. & S. H.). 
MacDonald, William. B. Rogart. E. Bonar Bridge. 

Wounds, 3/10/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Sorbie. E. Lancaster. Private 1366 

18/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. L/Corporal S/5391. 
Action, 3/5/17. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, John S. B. . E. Elgin. 

25/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Rafford, Elgin. E. Forres. Private 6440. Killed in 

Action, 2/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Barvas, Lewis. E. Fort-George. 

Killed in Action, 22/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John A. B. Tynemouth. E. Birmingham. L/Corporal S/6925 

Killed in Action, 3/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Malcolm. B. Nigg. E. Stornoway. Private 3/6993. 

Wounds, 2/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Ness, Lewis. E. Stornoway. Private 3/7001. 

Wounds, 5/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Barvas, Lewis. E. Stornoway. L/Corporal 3/7020 

Killed in Action, 25/6/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Ness, Lewis. E. Stornoway. L/Corporal 3/7048. 

Died of Wounds, 10/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Barvas, Lewis. E. Stornoway. 

of Wounds, 5/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Angus. B. Barvas, Lewis. E. Stornoway. 

in Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Barvas, Lewis. E. Stornoway. 

14/8/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Norman. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway 

Killed in Action, 21/4/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Allan. B. Barvas. E. Stornoway. 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. 

in Action, 20/11/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Edderskillis. E. Lairg. 

Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Malcolm. B. Nigg. E. Stornoway. 

Action, 25/4/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Murdo. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. 

in Action, 13/8/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Matthew. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. 

Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 
25/4/15. France and Flanders. 

MacDonald, John. B. E. Cromarty. L/Corporal 3/8290. Died, 7/5/15 

Home. 



Private 3/7105. Died 
Private 3/7138. Killed 
Private 3/7139. Died, 
L/Corporal 3/7191. 
Private 3/7216. Killed in 
A/Corporal S/7638. Killed 
Private S/7256. 
Private 3/7383. 
L/Corporal 3/7476. Killed 
Private S/7660. Killed in 
8058. Killed in Action, 



Killed in 



Killed in 



143 



Rothes. Sergeant 8642. Killed in 
Sergeant 9113. Killed in 



Private 9355. Died of 



Killed in Action, 



Private 



M'Donald, Robert. B. Morlock, Banff. E 

Action, 1/9/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Rosemarkie. E. Dingwall. 

Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Robert. B. Thurso. E. Fort-George. 

Wounds, 5/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Charles. B. Aberlour. E. Elgin. Private 9890 

20/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William A. B. South Ronaldshay. E. St. Margarets Hope 

S/12488. Died of Wounds, 25/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Lochs. E. Stornoway. Private S/ 161 12. 

Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Barvas. E. Glasgow. 

Wounds, 19/10/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Portree. E. Inverness 

Action, 2/11/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly S/29571 Camerons.) 
MacDonald, Charles. B. Tiree. E. Glasgow. Private 241689. Killed in Action, 

4/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 28636 H.L.I.). 
MacDonald, William. B. Falkirk. E. Glasgow. Private 276874. Killed in 

Action, 4/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, William. B. Duffus. E. Elgin. Private 266730. Killed in Action, 

4/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Kane, Robert. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 201900. Killed in Action, 

2/11/18. France and Flanders. 



Private S/26486. 
Private S/41153. 



Killed in 



Died of 



Killed in 



3rd Battalion Reserve. 

M'Allister, David. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private S/ 15936. Died, home, 
15/9/18. 

4th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Joseph. B. Birkhill, Fife. E. Perth. Private S/41994. Killed in 

Action, 29/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2729 T.R. and S/22813 

A. & S. H.). J ' 

MacDonald, Hugh. B. Avoch, Ross. E. Alness. Private 1290. Died of 

Wounds, 24/6/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Hugh F. B. Urray, Ross. E. Muir of Ord. Private 1307. Killed 

in Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Andrew. B. Urray, Ross. E. Munlochy. Private 1525. Died of 

Wounds, 16/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Murdo. B. Gairloch. E. Gairloch. Private 1597. 

11/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Fodderty. E. Strathpeffer. Private 1613. Died of 

Wounds, 25/4/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John F. B. Avoch. E. Avoch. Private 1618. 

11/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Roderick. B. Applecross. E. Torridon. L/Corporal 1267. 

Wounds, 17/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William. B. Dingwall. E. Dingwall. L/Corporal 1974. 

Wounds, 12/3/15. France and Flanders. 

M ' D n?^'. J( £ n - B - • E - B edford. Private 3166 Killed in Action, 

9/5/15. France and Flanders. 



Killed in Action, 



Killed in Action, 



Died of 
Died of 



144 

M' Donald, John. B. Clyne, Sutherland. E. Dingwall. Private 3685. Died, 

22/9/15. Home. 
M'Donald, Kenneth. B. Fodderty. E. Dingwall. Private 3713. Killed in 

Action, 19/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Ewan H. B. . E. Dingwall. L/Corporal 4047. Killed in 

Action, 19/8/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Roderick. B. Inveralligan. E. . Private 4108. Died, 

13/3/16. Home. 
MacDonald, Donald, B. . E. Dingwall. L/Corporal 200963. Killed in 

Action, 10/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James, M.M. B. Contin. E. Strathpeffer. Sergeant 200190. Killed 

in Action, 29/7/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Resolis. E. Dingwall. Private 201920. Died of Wounds, 

30/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Charles. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private 202224. Killed in 

Action, 2/8/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Charles. B. Lochalsh. E. Elgin. Private 20721. Killed in Action, 

8-10/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. Contin. E. Nairn. Sergeant 204806. Killed in Action, 

20-21/11/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B.Golspie. E.Golspie. Private 242297. Killed in Action, 

15/10/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William. B. . E. Golspie. Private S/ 12406. Killed in 

Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Hector. B. Knock, Lewis. E. Cardiff. Sergeant S/ 12515. Died, 

27/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Neil. B. Oban. E. Oban. Private S/24203. Killed in Action, 

9/4/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Thomas. B. Cambusnethan. E. Dunfermline. Private S/41773. 

Killed in Action, 10-13/4/18. (Formerly S/16919 Black Watch). 
M'Intyre, Daniel. B. . E. Bedford. Private 3328. Died of Wounds, 

20/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Angus. B. Greenock. E. Glasgow. Private 241904. Killed in Action, 

20/11/17. France and Flanders. 

5th Battalion. 

Donald, Thomas. B. . E. Stirling. Private S/24704. Killed in Action, 

10/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 17639 A. & S. H.). 
M'Allister, . B. Glasgow. E. Greenock. Private 260174. Died of 

Wounds, 22/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2911 A. & S. H.). 
M'Connell, . B. Kilchrennan. E. Stirling. Private 238023. Died of 

Wounds, 20/3/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 3898 A. & S. H.). 
M'Donald, John. B. Farr, Sutherland. E. Bettyhill. Sergeant 604. Killed in 

Action, 13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alex. B. Golspie. E. Golspie. Sergeant 711. Killed in Action, 

13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, David C. B. . E. Dornoch. Private 995. Died, 9/1/16. 

Home. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Thurso. E. Thurso. L/Corporal 2638. Killed in 

Action, 15/6/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William. B. . E. Thurso. Private 3225. Killed in Action, 

27/7/16. France and Flanders. 



145 

MacDonald, Angus. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 4104:. Died of Wounds, 

17/5/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. Thurso. E. Edinburgh. Private 203013. Killed in 

Action, 10/4/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John H. B. Edinburgh. E. Golspie. L/Corporal 240092. Killed in 

Action, 25/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John Anderson. B. . E. Bonar Bridge. L/Corporal 240320. 

Died of Wounds, 6/2/17. Home. 
MacDonald, John. B. . E. Golspie. Private 240986. Died of Wounds, 

28/4/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William J. B. . E. Golspie. Private 241254. Killed in 

Action, 15/5/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Murdo. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Private 241970. Died of 

Wounds, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Duncan. B. Glenurquhart. E. Inverness. Private 242278. Killed 

in Action, 9/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 1675 R.A.M.C.). 
MacDonald, Malcolm James. B. Lochmaddy. E. Inverness. Private 263014. 

Killed in Action, 6/9/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 7687 Camerons). 
MacDonald, George. B. Knockando. E. Elgin. Private 266806. Killed in 

Action, 22/7/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, George P. B. Latheron. E. Caithness. Private S/16966. Killed in 

Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Duncan. B. Avoch. E. Inverness. Private S/24308. Killed in 

Action, 25/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly T.R. 1/5100 T.R.). 
MacDonald, Finlay. B. North Uist. E. Inverness. Private S/41520. Died of 

Wounds, 13/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 30752 Camerons). 
M'Innes, John. B. Skye. E. Greenock. Private 6267. Killed in Action, 

14/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, W. L. B. Bucklyvie. E. Glasgow. Private 263019. Killed in Action, 

31/7/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 22429 Camerons). 

6th Battalion. 

Donald, George. B. Elgin. E. Elgin. Private 1193. Killed in Action, 28/4/18. 

France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. Elgin. E. Elgin. Private 3525. Killed in Action, 

27/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, John, M.M. B.Arbroath. E.Arbroath. Private 285435. Killed in Action, 

25/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 108 Black Watch). 
MacDonald, Charles W. B. Elgin. E. Elgin. A/Sergeant 337. Killed in 

Action, 13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Duncan. B. Cromdale. E. Burghead. L /Sergeant 716. Killed in 

Action, 15/6/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Archibald. B. Alvie. E. Carrbridge. Corporal 1583. Died of 

Wounds, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John C. B. Buchanan, Banff. E. Elgin. Sergeant 1833. Killed in 

Action, 15/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. . E. Elgin. Private 2506. Killed in Action, 5/8/16. 

France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Duncan. B. . E. Grantown-on-Spey. Private 2820. Killed 

in Action, 15/6/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William. B. Daviot. E. Fort-George. L/Corporal 203259. Died 

of Wounds, 25/7/18. France and Flanders. 



146 

M' Donald, Donald. B. Fearn. E. Tain. Private 2033G0. Killed in Action, 

31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Glasgow. E. Stirling. Private 238026. Killed in 

Action, 28/7/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4003 A. & S. H.). 
M'Donald, William, M.M. B. New Spynie. E. Elgin. Sergeant 265063. Killed 

in Action, 28/7/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. New Spynie. E. Elgin. L/Sergeant 265475. Died of 

Wounds, 26/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Archibald. B. . E. London. L/Corporal 265593. Died of 

Wounds, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Andrew, M.M. B. Abernethy. E. Grantown-on-Spey. Corporal 

265725. Died of Wounds, 13/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. . E. Dallas, Moray. Private 265752. Died of 

Wounds, 25/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. . E. Elgin. Private 265840. Killed in Action, 

9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander, M.M. B. Rogart. E. Rogart. Private 267254. Killed 

in Action, 10/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Golspie. E. Golspie. Private 267270. Died of Wounds, 

25/10/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Andrew L. B. Glasgow. E. Edinburgh. Private 285214. 

Died of Wounds, 6/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 6096 A. & S. H.). 
MacDonald, James. B. Kilmarnock. E. Hamilton. Private 285711. Killed in 

Action, 10/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 3998 A. & S. H.). 
M'Donald, Archibald. B. Rannoch. E. Perth. Private S/22560. Killed in 

Action, 24/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly T.R. 1/13271 T.R.). 
MacDonald, Lachlan. B. Lochport, Lochmaddy. E. Lochmaddy. Private 

S/25523. Killed in Action, 25/10/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. Mull. E. Perth. Private S/41017. Killed in Action, 

12/5/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly S/1S40 Black Watch). 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Moidart. E. Inverness. Private S/41477. Died, 

29/8/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 30794 Camerons). 
MacDonald, George. B. . E. Inverness. Private S/41478. Killed in 

Action, 21/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly S/31366 Camerons). 
M'Intyre, Malcolm. B. Paislev. E. Stirling. Private S/42221. Killed in Action, 

25/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly S/42221 A. & S. H.). 
M'Isaac, John. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private S/13979. Killed in 

Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Sam. B. Orphir. E. Kirkwall. Private S/16574. Killed in Action, 

16/4/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Robert Hunter. B. . E. Perth. Private S/24776. Killed in 

Action, 20/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, George. B. . E. Glasgow. Private S/5975. Killed in Action, 

17/3/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Crindle, Robert. B. Kilmarnock. E. Kilmarnock. Private S/3089. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alexander. B. Gamrie. E. Aberdeen. L/Corporal S/1562. Killed 

in Action, 14/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John A. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private S/2169. Died of Wounds, 

6/10/15. France and Flanders. 



147 

M'Donald, Donald. B. Wick. E. Wick. Private S/3894. Died of Wounds, 

16/10/15. Home. 
M'Donald, Frances. B. Hamilton. E. Larkhall. Corporal S/6142. Killed in 

Action, 12/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Urquhart, Ross. E. Chelsea. Sergeant S/6185. Killed in 

Action, 13/8/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Liverpool. Private S/9094. Killed in 

Action, 12/10/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, George. B. Nigg, Ross. E. Inverness. Private S/10678. Died, 

29/12/16. Home. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Leith. E. Leith. Private S/ 10973. Killed in Action, 

12/10/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Barony. E.Glasgow. Private S/ 11390. Killed in Action, 

17/10/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Beauly. E. Inverness. L/Corporal S/24570. Killed in 

Action, 28/6/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly T.R. 1/14708 T.R. 

Battalion). 
M'Donald, Roderick. B. . E. Dingwall. Private S/40217. Killed in 

Action, 12/10/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Duncan. B. Urray. E. Dingwall. A/Corporal S/40248. Killed in 

Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Percival T. B. East Ham, Middlesex. E. London. Private S/40364. 

Killed in Action, 12/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. . E. Glasgow. Private S/40456. Died of 

Wounds, 20/12/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. Orton, Elgin. E. Elgin. Private 204962. Killed in 

Action, 11/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'llwraith, Roger. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private S/2399. Killed in 

Action, 12/10/16. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, Malcolm. B. Tulliallan. E. Dunfermline. L/Corporal S/3254. 

Killed in Action, 12/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Alexander. B.Oban. E.Glasgow. Private S/3380. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Keachan, John. B. Ballygrant. E. Glasgow. Private 204636. Killed in 

Action, 1/10/18. France and Flanders. 

8th Battalion. 

Darroch, James. B. Bridgeton, Glasgow. E. Whiteinch. Drummer S/2610. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Donald, William. B. Broughty Ferry. E. Dundee. Private S/17445. Killed in 

Action, 22/8/17. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Peter. B. New Monkland. E. Airdrie. Private S/3847. Killed in 

Action, 1/8/17. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Robert. B. Dundee. E. Edinburgh. Private S/ 12685. Died ot 

Wounds, 12/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, John. B. Innellan. E. Glasgow. Private S/9076. Killed in Action, 

18/8/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. Rafford. E. Fort-George. Private S/3044. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private S/3711. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/16. France and Flanders. 



148 

MacDonald, Robert. B. Paisley. E. Paisley. Corporal S/4517. Killed in 

Action, 25/10/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Barvas, Lewis. E. Stornoway. Private S/2744. Killed in 

Action, 27/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. Glenlivet. E. Grantown-on-Spey. Private S/ 15016. 

Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Kenneth. B. Gairloch. E. Fort-George. Private S/ 16900. Killed in 

Acton, 22/8/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Colin. B. Stornoway. E. Fort-George. Private S/ 18046. Killed in 

Action, 22/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 29470 R.S.F.). 
M'Donald, Harry. B. Knockando. E. Elgin. Private S/21472. Killed in 

Action, 22/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private S/265828. Died of 

Wounds, 10/6/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly T.R. 1/1/9093 T.R. 

Battalion). 
M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private S/2736. Killed in Action, 

14/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Bowhill. E. Stirling. Private 236025. Killed in Action, 

22/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John, M.M. B. Beauly. E. Beauly. (Struy). Sergeant 238006. Died of 

Wounds, 21/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 25939 Camerons). 
M'Innes, W. L. B. Maryhill. E. Maryhill. Private S/6582. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Peter. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private S/21622. Killed in 

Action, 20/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly T.R./1/4754 T.R. 

Battalion). 
Maclntyre, William. B. Dumbarton. E. Dumbarton. Private S/2988. Died 

of Wounds, 24/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Douglas. B. Kilsyth. E. Glasgow. Private S/4683. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, Archibald. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private S/9117. Died oJ 

Wounds, 26/2/16. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, James. B. . E.Stirling. Private S/l 2710. Died of Wounds, 

8/9/16. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, Archibald. B. Barrhead. E. Paisley. Private S/42305. Killed in 

Action, 28/7/18. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, George. B. Bonhill. E. Stirling. Private 238033. Killed in Action, 

22/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4387 A. & S. H.). 

9th Battalion. 

Donald, James. B. . E. Glasgow. Private S/40559. Died of Wounds, 

29/12/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Roderick. B. Inverness. E. Lochinver. Private 240052. Died of 

Wounds, 19/1/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Michael. B. Row. E. Helensburgh. Private S/4842. Died of 

Wounds, 14/5/17. France and Flanders. 

1st Garrison Battalion. 

MacDonald, David. B. Brechin. E. Perth. Private S/ 14620. Died, 20/10/18. 
Salonika. 



149 
GORDON HIGHLANDERS. 

Officers. 

(6) Donaldson, George. Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 16/5/17. 
(2) MacDonald, George Harper. 2nd Lieutenant (Temp.) (Acting Captain). 
Killed in Action, 5/9/16. 



Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 



Corporal S/11347. 



Donald, Charles. B. Banchory-Devenick, Kinc. E. Alloa 

Killed in Action, 20/2/18. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Emslie. B. Banchory-Ternan. E. Banchory. Private S/43390 

in Action, 13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Francis. B. Echt. E. Aberdeen. Private 202215. 

29/3/18. France and Flanders. 
Donald, James. B. Aberlour. E. Dundee. Private S/ 13289 

31/3/16. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Robert. B. . E. Aberdeen. Private 201807. 

26/9/17. France and Flanders. 
Donald, William. B. Cabrach, Banff. E. Aberdeen. 



Killed 



Killed in Action, 
Killed in Action, 
Killed in Action, 



Private S/21430. Killed 

Private S/3670. Died, 

Private S/ 13837. Died 



in Action, 15/6/18. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, John. B. St. Andrews. E. Aberdeen. 

19/12/15. Home. 
M'Allister, Archibald. B. Stevenston. E. Cookstown 

of Wounds, 21/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, William. B. Anderston. E. Glasgow. Private S/7160. 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Peter. B. St. Nicholas, Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen 

Killed in Action, 12/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, John. B. Errol. E. Glasgow. Private S/2352. 

30/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Alexander. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 8921. 

26/8/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Charles. B. Crieff. E. Hampstead. (Perth) 

Killed in Action, 14/12/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Charles. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private S/6923 
France and Flanders. 

B. Uig. E. Stornoway. Sergeant 3/5441. 
France and Flanders. 
B. Stornoway. E. Liverpool. 
France and Flanders. 



Action, 7/3/15. 
MacDonald, Donald. 

Action, 1/4/16. 
MacDonald, Norman. 

Wounds, 27/4/17 



Killed in 

Private S/2764. 

Killed in Action, 

Killed in Action, 

L/Corporal S/2484. 

Killed in 

Killed in 



MacDonnell, Reginald. B. St. Marys, Aberdeen. E. London 

Killed in Action, 18/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alexander. B. Edinburgh. E. Aberdeen. 

Acton, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alexander. B. Fetternear. E. Aberdeen. 
Wounds, 10/5/l7 L France and Flanders. 
St. Cuthberts (Mid.). 
France and Flanders 
Wick. E. Aberdeen 



Private S/ 12334. Died of 
L/Corporal 9807. 



M'Donald, Andrew. B. 

Wounds, 27/3/15. 
M'Donald, Andrew. B. 



Private S/3655. Killed in 
Private 6324. Died of 



E. Aberdeen. Private 6. Died of 



11/4/17. France and Flanders. 



Private S/8578. Killed in Action, 



150 

M' Donald, Archibald. B. Glasgow. E. Dundee. Private 9175. Died, Germany, 

3/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Bruce. B. Peterhead. E. Peterhead. Sergeant S/43368. Killed in 

Action, 13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Portree. E. Glasgow. A/Corporal S./14483. Killed in 

Action, 30/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private S/43205. Died of 

Wounds, 16/6/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 9100. Killed in Action, 

14/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Dundee. E. Montrose. Private 7174. Killed in Action, 

23/8/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Aberdeen. Private 3/7479. Killed in 

Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Bannockburn. E. Stirling. Private 11841. Killed in 

Action, 13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Rosemount, Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. Private 9414. Killed 

in Action, 18/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Kiltarlity. E. Inverness. Private S/18397. Killed in 

Action, 13/2/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. Private 202205. Killed in Action, 

26/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. . E. East Banchory. Private 290422. Killed in 

Action, 23/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Murdo. B. Lochs. E. Stornoway. Private S/5618. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. . E. Aberdeen. Private S/43222. Killed in 

Action, 14/6/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Lonmay. E. Fraserburgh. Private S/43668. Died of 

Wounds, 16/12/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Eachnie, John. B. Springburn. E. Glasgow. Sergeant 1484. Died of 

Wounds, 28/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Dugald. B. Greenock. E. Greenock. Private S/11665. Killed in 

Action, 13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, Donald. B. Kingarth, Bute. E. Glasgow. Private S/7413. Killed 

in Action, "2o/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, Thomas. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. L/Corporal S/6554. Killed in 

Action, 14/6/17. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Alex. B. Kilchoman. E. Glasgow. Private 7986. Killed in Action, 

20/8/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Angus. B. High Blantyre. E. Hamilton. Private S/ 12024. Killed in 

Action, 1/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Archibald. B. Kilmarnock. E. Aberdeen. Private S/ 10368. Killed in 

Action, 30/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. Glenalmond. E. Kirkcaldy. Private S/8850. Died of 

Wounds, 22/8/15. France and Flanders, 
M'Intyre, George. B. Barony. E. Aberdeen. Private S/3666. Killed in Action, 

2/3/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Glasgow. E. Liverpool. Private S/6787. Killed in Action, 

18/7/16. France and Flanders. 



15! 



2nd Battalion. 



Donald, James. B. Marnoch. E. Turriff. Private 242 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Donald, John. B. Foveran E. Dumbarton. 

6/9/16. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Joseph. B. Govan. E. Dumbarton. 

6/9/16. France and Flanders. 



Killed in Action, 
Killed in Action, 



Private S/9141 

Private S/953S. Killed in Action, 

Private S/43045 

Private S/10426. 



Killed in 



B. Lonmay. E. Lonmay. 

France and Flanders. 

B. Udny. E. Aberdeen. 
France and Flanders. 
. E. Alloa. L/Corporal S/2258. Killed in Action, 



Killed in 



Private S/8606. Died of 



Killed in Action, 



Donald, William H. 

Action, 20/12/16. 
Donaldson, Charles. 

Action, 14/7/16. 
Donaldson, John. B. 

4/10/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Angus. B. Moidart. E. Rothesay. 

Wounds, 12/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Bertram. B. Govan. E. Govan. Private S/8608 

16/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Moidart. E. Ayr. L/Corporal S/40397. 

Action, 7/10/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Malcolm. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Private S/5809. 

in Action, 16/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William. B. Tough. E. Galashiels. 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Crindle, James. B. Hurlford. E. Glasgow. 

Action, 4/1/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Allan. B. Settle, Yorks. E. Aberdeen. 

Action, 7/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alexander M. B. Dundee. E. xAlyth 

Wounds, 1/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alexander. B. Fraserburgh. E. Edinburgh. L/Corporal S/43603. 

Killed in Action, 8/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Charles. B. Barony. E.Glasgow. Private S/9591. Killed in Action, 

18/6/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Greenock. E. Greenock. 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Old Monkland. E. Hamilton. 



Private S/ 11780. 
Private S/43350. 
Corporal S/ 11928. 
Corporal 10522. 



Killed in 



Killed 
Killed in 



Killed in 



Killed in 
Died of 



Private S/3225. Killed in 
Private S/3454. Killed in 



Action, 12/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. Bothwell. E. Uddingston. Private S/2456. Killed in 

Action, 18/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George P. B. Aberdeen. E. Dundee. A/Sergeant 9399. Died of 

Wounds, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Macduff. E. Aberdeen. Private 10177. Killed in Action, 

29/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James, M.M. B. Parkhead. E. Glasgow. Private 3/6359. Killed in 

Action, 26/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Oban. E. Aberdeen. Private 10726. Killed in Action, 

30/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Fraserburgh. E. Fraserburgh. Private 10198. Died of 

Wounds, 16/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Alexander. B. West Calder. E. Newtongrange. Private S/2396. 

Killed in Action, 26/6/15. France and Flanders. 



152 

3rd Battalion. 

M'Innes, Alexander. B. Glenurquhart. E. Aberdeen. Private 544. Died, 
31/7/16. Home. 

4th Battalion. 

Donald, James. B. . E. Aberdeen. A/Corporal 201108. Killed in Action, 

22/3/18. France and Flanders. 
Donald, James. B. . E. Aberdeen. Private 3814. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Robert. B. Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. Col. Sergeant 1498. Killed in 

Action, 9/6/16. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Robert. B. . E. Aberdeen. Private 201358. Killed in Action, 

9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
Donald, William. B. Marnock. E. Aberdeen. Private 1601. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Donald, William. B. Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. Private 2076. Killed in Action, 

9/6/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. . E. Aberdeen. Private 201586. Killed in Action, 

9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Angus. B. Croy, Inverness-shire. E. Glasgow. Corporal 202688. 

Killed in Action, 25/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Charles. B. Glenmoriston. E. Aberdeen (Inverness). Private 

202654. Died of Wounds, 28/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Charles. B. Tobermory. E. Glasgow. Private 235728. Died of 

Wounds, 15/7/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Finlay. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private S/40815. Killed in 

Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Cults. E. Aberdeen. Private 200337. Killed in Action, 

23/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Rowallan. B. . E. Aberdeen. L/Corporal 3332. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William. B. . E. Aberdeen. Private 3212. Killed in Action, 

23/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alexander. B. Tulliallan. E. Glasgow. Private S/44009. Died of 

Wounds, 3/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, Alexander. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private 310265. Killed in 

Action, 21/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. . E. Aberdeen. Private 201411. Killed in Action, 

9/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. . E. Aberdeen. L/Corporal 201732. Killed in 

Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. . E. Aberdeen. Private 200604. Killed in Action, 

21/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. . E. Aberdeen. Private 2786. Killed in Action, 

24/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. . E. Aberdeen. Private 3263. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Peterhead. E. Aberdeen. L/Corporal 200104. Killed in 

Action, 21/11/17. France and Flanders. 

5th Battalion. 

Donald, Albert. B. . E. Peterhead. Private 240989. Killed in Action, 

16/5/17. France and Flanders. 



153 

M'Donald, John. B. Fraserburgh. E. Fraserburgh. Corporal 2049. Killed in 
Action, 30/7/16. France and Flanders. _ 

M'Allister, Archibald. B. Banff. E. Fraseburgh. L/Corporal 1995. Killed in 
Action, 31/7/16. France and Flanders. 

M'Allister, Robert. B. New Monkland. E. Hamilton. Sergeant 242331. Died 
of Wounds, 8/5/18. Home. 

M'Donald, Alexander. B. . E. Aberdeen. Private 241484. Died at Sea, 

1 7 I A. / 1 7 

M'Donald, David. B. Auchterarder. E. Aberdeen. Private S/ 18611. Killed in 

Action, 2/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Skye. E. London. Private S/40884. Killed in Action, 

21/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Tyrie. E. New Deer. Private 1373. Killed in Action, 

15/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private S/17798. Killed in 

Action, 26/7/18. France and Flanders. 

6th Battalion. 

Darroch, James. B. . E. Stirling. Private 285019. Died of Wounds, 

25/4/17. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Alexander. B. . E. Dundee. Private S/402628. Died of 

Wounds, 26/8/18. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Alexander. B. . E. Keith. Private 266339. Killed in Action, 

23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
Donald, John, M.M. B. Old Deer. E. Aberdeen. A/Corporal 266571. Killed in 

Action, 11/4/18. France and Flanders. 
Donald, Stuart. B. MacDuff. E. Dundee. L/Corporal S/17045. Died of 

Wounds, 21/7/18. France and Flanders. 
Donald, William. B. Banff. E. Glasgow. Private 10757. Killed in Action, 

13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Ewan, M.M. B. Aberlennins, Forfar. E. Dumfries. Private 266945. 

Killed in Action, 9/4/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Duncan. B. Glenmoriston. E. Inverness. Private S/23310. Killed 

in Action, 23/7/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Kenneth John. B. Griech. E. Dornoch. Private 266852. Killed in 

Action, 23/7/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Thomas. B. St. Machar, Aberdeen. E. Stonehaven. Private 266852. 

Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Peter. B. . E. Keith. Private 266966. Died of Wounds, 

20/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. St. Nicholas, Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. L/Corporal 266966. 

Killed in Action, 21/7/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Malcolm. B. . E. Keith. L/Corporal 265707. Killed in 

Action, 23/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William Thomson. B. Newhills, Aberdeen. E. Bucksburn. Sergeant 

816 Died of Wounds, 16/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William Pryce. B. Elgin. E. Elgin. Private S/20576. Killed in 

Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MTnnes, Andrew. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private S/18907. Killed in 

Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Peter. B. . E. Keith. Private 11395. Killed in Action, 4/8/16. 

France and Flanders. 



154 



7th Battalion. 

E. Banchory. Private 3478. 



Donald, David. B. 

13/11/16. France and Flanders 
Donald, Frank. B. Kildrummy. E. Kenmav. Private 2585 

13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Inverallan. E. Glenferness 

of Wounds, 5/5/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. St. Stephens, Mid. E. Edinburgh. 

Killed in Action, 22/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Thomas. B. . E. Finzean. Private 2993. 

23/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alexander Whyte. B. Montrose. E. Bolton. 

Wounds, 24/12/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. . E. Banchory. 

14/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. . E. Manchester. 

27/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. South Uist. E. Daliburgh. 



Action, 30/7/17. 
M'Donald, Robert. 

Action, 26/3/18. 
M'Donald, Roderick. 

Action, 20/11/17. 
M'Donald, William. 

Wounds, 23/4/17, 
M'Innes, William. 

Action, 31/7/17. 
M'Intyre, Patrick. B 

Action, 13/11/16. 



Killed in Action, 

Killed in Action, 

Corporal S/40629. Died 

Corporal 292458. 

Killed in Action, 

Private 5759. Died of 

Killed in Action, 

Killed in Action, 

Private S/40731. Killed in 

Private S/43228. Killed in 



Private 3658. 



Private 3326. 



France and Flanders. 
B. Huntly. E. Aberdeen 
France and Flanders. 
B. Contin. E. Beauly. L/Corporal S/40664. 

France and Flanders. 
B. . E. Banchory. 

France and Flanders. 

E. Banchory 



L/Corporal 291108. 
Private 290557. 



Killed in 
Died of 



Killed in 



France and Flanders. 
Pollokshaws. E. Motherwell. 
France and Flanders. 



Private 6298. Killed in 



6th /7th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Donald. B. Witchburn. E. Stirling. 
Action, 13/10/18. France and Flanders. 

9th Battalion. 



Private S/21322. Killed in 



Died of 



L/ Sergeant S/8054. 

Killed in Action, 



Darroch, Robert. B. Lambhill. E. Motherwell. 

Wounds, 2/8/17. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. Denny. E. Stirling. Private 12502. 

25/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Thomas. B. Dennistoun. E. Glasgow. Corporal S/6280. Killed in 

Action, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, David Morrison. B. New Monkland. E. Airdrie. Private S/6763. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George Sneddon Brown. B. Fetteresso. E. Aberdeen. Private 

S/42176. Died of Wounds, 27/7/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Roderick. B. Greenock. E. Greenock. Private S/ 10256. Died of 

Wounds, 31/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Keith. E. Dufftown. Private 330. Killed in Action, 

31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William M. B. Kilsyth. E. Motherwell. Private S/2585. Killed in 

Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 



155 

M'Kechnie, Charles M'Leod. B. St. Machar. E. Aberdeen. Private S/15023. 

Died of Wounds, 28/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Anderston. E. Glasgow. Private S/8453. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Sinclair. B. . E. Keith. Private S/40312. Killed in Action, 

29/6/17. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Robert. B. Manchester. E. Motherwell. Private S/4185. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Alexander. B. Dalziel. E. Motherwell. Sergeant S/4901. Died of 

Wounds, 22/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Robert B. B. Bothwell. E. Hamilton. (Motherwell). Private S/5238. 

Died of Wounds, 17/12/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Kean, Andrew. B. Sanquhar. E. Motherwell. Private S/4884. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 

8th/ 10th Battalion. 

Donald, Alexander Pirie. B. Kilarrow, Islay. E. Aberdeen. Private 201324. 

Killed in Action, 26/8/17. France and Flanders. 
Donald, John. B. Garnock, Fife. E. Dunfermline. Private S/8655. Killed in 

Action, 2/11/16. France and Flanders 
Donald, John. B. Drumoak, Aberdeen. E.Aberdeen. Private S/ 11 190. Died of 

Wounds, 17/8/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, David. B. Maskerton, Stirling. E. Stirling. Private S/7110. Died 

of Wounds, 28/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, William. B. Huntly. E. Aberdeen. Private S/13776. Died of 

Wounds, 25/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, David. B. Hutchesontown, Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private S/9434. 

Killed in Action, 30/1/17. France and Flanders. 
MacConnell, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private S/4572. Died of 

Wounds, 1/8/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Archibald. B. Old Monkland. E. Hamilton. L/Corporal S/7004. 

Died of Wounds, 22/10/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. Newcastle. E. Dumbarton. Private S/1640. Died of 

Wounds, 10/9/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Malcolm. B. . E. Inverness. Private S/40071. Died of 

Wounds, 9/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Archibald. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private S/6830. Killed in 

Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. . E. Glasgow. Private S/40486. Killed in Action, 

26/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Robert. B. Coleraine. E. Glasgow. Private S/7678. Killed in 

Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, James. B. Maryhill. E. Glasgow. Private S/4689. Died of 

Wounds, 25/4/17. France and Flanders. 

1st Garrison Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 3/6964. Died, 6/8/17. 
India. 



156 

10th Service Battalion. 

M'Intyre, Hugh. B. Kenmore. E. Dunblane. Private S/17969. Killed in 
Action, 9/5/17. Salonika. 

13th (Scottish Horse) Battalion. 

Donald, Duncan. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. L/Corporal 315473. Killed in 

Action, 8/11/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4451 S.H.). 
MacDonald, Angus. B. Carnbee, Fife. E. Perth. Private S/25689. Died of 

Wounds, 16/11/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. Crail. E. Perth. Private S/25699. Killed in Action, 

4/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, George D. M. B. Aberdeen. E. Dunkeld. Private 315674. Killed in 

Action, 3/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5511 S.H.). 

14th (Fife and Forfar Yeomanry) Battalion. 

Donaldson, Thomas. B. Stanley. E. Perth. Private 308. Killed in Action, 

10/9/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Andrew. B. Burntisland. E. Kirkcaldy. Private 345266. Killed in 

Action, 18/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2271 F. & F. Y.). 
M' Donald, Daniel. B. Glasgow. E. Barry Camp. Private 3/9916. Killed in 

Action, 6/11/17. Egypt. 
M' Donald, Francis. B. Dunfermline. E. Kirkcaldy. Private 345269. Died of 

Wounds, 13/11/17. Egypt. (Formerly 2283 Fi & F. Y.). 
M' Donald, John Rigg. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 203189. Died of 

Wounds, 25/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, George. B. Urquhart. E. Dumfries. L/Corporal S/ 131 13. Killed 

in Action, 6/11/17. Egypt. (Formerly S/13151 13th A. & S. H.). 
M'Intyre, William. B. Falkirk. E. Stenhousemuir. Private 345526. Died of 

Wounds, 11/4/18. Egypt. (Formerly 5153 R. H.). 

THE QUEEN'S OWN CAMERON HIGHLANDERS. 

Officers. 

(8) Donald, Alexander Cleveland. Captain (Tp.). Killed in Action, 6/8/15. 

(Attached 1st Essex). 
(3) M'Coll, Duncan Colin. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 18/10/16. 
(7) MacDonald, Alexander Robert. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 28/3/18. 
(3) MacDonald, Hon. Ronald Ian. Captain. Died, 17/10/18. (Attached General 

Staff). 
(5) MacDonald, John. Captain (Tp.). Died of Wounds, 23/7/16. 
(1) MacDonald, James Cecil. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Died, 27/4/16. 
(7) MacDonald, Murdoch Donald. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 

18/7/16. 

MacDonald, Ronald Mosse. Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 3/11/14. 
(7) M'Donald, Samuel. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Killed in Action, 25/9/15. 

(3) M'Donnell, Alasdair Somerled. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 13/10/15. 

(5) M'Donnell, Hon. Sir Schomberg Kerr, G.C.V.O., K.C.B. Major. Died of 
Wounds, 23/11/15. 

(6) M'Intyre, Malcolm. 2nd Lieutenant (Tp.). Died of Wounds, 21/9/16. 

(4) (T) MacDonald, Ronald, T.D., Major. Died of Wounds, 10/6/16. 

(4) (T) MacDonald, Archibald Alexander. 2nd Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 
17/4/16. 



157 

1st Battalion. 

Darroch, Archibald. B. Knockromie, Jura. E. Glasgow. (Knockromie). 

Private S/20052. Killed in Action, 12/5/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, John. B. North Leith. E. Glasgow. Private 3/6023. Killed in 

Action, 5/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Crory, John. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. A/Corporal S/17983. Killed in 

Action, 19/4/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private 8169. Killed in 

Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. South Uist. E. Inverness. (Iochdar, South Uist). 

Private S/5607. Killed in Action, 16/2/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. Alvie. E. Inverness. (Aviemore). Private S/24338. 

Killed in Action, 29/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, A. B. Lochmaddy, North Uist. E. Scalpaig. (Kirkibost, North 

Uist). Private S/5048. Died of Wounds, 7/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Angus. B. North Uist. E. Lochmaddv. (Lochmaddy). Private 
S/26669. Died, 19/5/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2010 

Lovat's Scouts). 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Stoneybridge, Inverness. E. Inverness. (Stoneybridge). 

Private 3/5055. Killed in Action, 21/12/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald. Angus. B. Carloway, Stornoway. E. Inverness. Sergeant 3/3336. 

Killed in Action, 22/10/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Archibald. B. Lochboisdale, South Uist. E. Inverness. (Iochdar). 

Private 3/5045. Killed in Action, 19/9/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Dannie. B. Musselburgh. E. North Berwick. Private 8323. Killed 

in Action, 14/9/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, David. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Drummer 6913. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, David. B. Carluke. E. Carluke. Private 3/6160. Killed in Action, 

22/12/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald Archibald. B. North Uist. E. Scalpaig. (Lochmaddy). 

Private 3/5484. Killed in Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Lochmaddy. E. Inverness. (Lochmaddy). Private 

3/5414. Killed in Action, 11/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Barvas, Stornoway. E. Inverness. (Ness, Stornoway). 

Private 3/5280. Killed in Action, 11/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald John. B. Lochmaddy. E. Inverness. (Lochmaddy). Private 

3/5629. Died of Wounds, 3/6/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald A. B. Grimisay, North Uist. E. Inverness. Private S/5580. 

Killed in Action. 17/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Lochs. E. Inverness. (Stornoway). C.S.M. 4357, 

Killed in Action, 18/9/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Port-Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Kilmacolm). Private 
S/20293. Killed in Action, 3/9/16. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, Donald. B. . E. Glasgow. Private S/15481. Killed in 

Action, 3/9/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Inverness. E. Tidworth, Hants. Sergeant 8443. 

Killed in Action, 14/9/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Kilmuir. E. Inverness. (Skye). Private 8342. Died, 

13/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. North Uist. E. Inverness. Private 6652. Killed in 
Action, 11/9/14. France and Flanders. 



158 

M'Donald, Duncan. B. Fortrose. E. Inverness. Private 9518. Killed in Action, 

13/8/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Frances. B. . E. Fort- William. Private 200772. Killed in 

Action, 23/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Millport. E. Greenock. Private S/ 10128. Killed in 

Action, 24/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 7792. Killed in Action, 

11/11/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private 6722. Killed in 

Action, 14/9/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Elgin. E. Elgin. Private 2/6353. Died of Wounds, 

23/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Barvas. E. Inverness. (Barvas). Private 5365. Died of 

Wounds, 25/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Barvas. E. Inverness. (Barvas). Private 3/5188. Killed 

in Action, 28/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Uig. E. Glasgow. (Stornoway). Sergeant 4765. Killed 

in Action, 22/12/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John James. B. Workington. E. Edinburgh. (Motherwell). Private 

5811. Killed in Action, 22/12/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Lower Shader, Barvas. E. Inverness. (Barvas). Private 

3/5093. Killed in Action, 23/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John Duncan. B. Alvie. E. Inverness. Private 9299. Killed in 

Action, 14/9/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Corporal S/10676. Killed in 

Action, 18/9/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. West Tarbert, Harris. E. Tarbert, Harris. Private 6741. 

Killed in Action, 11/11/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private 200831. Killed in 

Action, 3/9/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Michael. B. Benbecula. E. Lochmaddy. (Benbecula). Private 

3/5315. Killed in Action, 22/12/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Murdo. B. Barvas. E. Inverness. (Barvas). Private 3/5366. 

Killed in Action, 22/12/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, M. B. Gourock. E. Glasgow. Private S/17642. Killed in Action, 

20/12/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Norman. B. Lochmaddy. E. Scalpaig. (Lochmaddy). Private 

3/5052. Killed in Action, 5/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Norman. B. Lochmaddy. E. Inverness. (Lochmaddy). Private 

3/3125. Killed in Action, 11/11/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Norman. B. Askernish, Lochboisdale. E. Daliburgh. (Lochbois- 

dale). Private 3/5467. Killed in Action, 2/6/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Norman. B. Tarbert, Harris. E. Inverness. Private 7347. Killed in 

Action, 24/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Norman. B. Stirling. E. Stirling. Private S/26066. Killed in 

Action, 17/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Old Monkland. E. Glasgow. (Coatbridge). Private 9575. 

Killed in Action, 27/1/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Roderick. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 9413. 

Killed in Action, 22/2/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 6625 A. & S. H.). 
M'Donald, Roderick. B. Lochmaddy. E. Inverness. (Kirkibost). L/Sergeant 
3/5075. Killed in Action, 11/11/14. France and Flanders. 



159 



M'Donald, Roderick. B. Lochboisdale. E. Inverness. Private 3/5620. Died of 

Wounds, 27/10/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Roderick. B. Dores. E. Inverness. Private S/25444. Killed in 

Action, 18/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Inverness. E. Mullingar. (Inverness). Private 5341. 

Killed in Action, 11/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Tarbert, Harris. E. Tarbert, Harris. (Finsbay, Harris). 

A/Sergeant 3/5171. Killed in Action, 23/12/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Cromarty. E. Edinburgh. L/Corporal 7312. Killed in 

Action, 14/9/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 7010. Killed in 

Action, 11/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Alister. B. Glenurquhart. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 

S/22654. Killed in Action, 3/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Angus. B. Kilmorack. E. Fort Augustus. (Fort Augustus). 

Private 4406. Killed in Action, 3/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Archibald. B. Abertarff. E. Fort Augustus. (Fort Augustus). 

Private S/40229. Killed in Action, 17/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Eachnie, James. B. Mollinsburn. E. Glasgow. Private 8109. Died, 

11/10/14. Home. 
M'Innes, Roderick. B. Benbecula. E. Benbecula. (Lochmaddy). Private 

S/5172. Killed in Action, 20/12/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, William. B. Ceylon. E. Glasgow. Private S/5172. Killed in Action, 

16/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Angus. B. Lochboisdale. E. Inverness. (Iochdar). Private 3/5609. 

Died, 10/2/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. Kilmodan. E. Rothesay. 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Macintyre, George T. B. Milton, Lanark. E.Glasgow. Private S/15376. Killed 

in Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Bonhill. E. Dumbarton. (Alexandria) 

Killed in Action, 2/11/14. France and Flanders. 
Macintyre, Peter. B. . E. Inverness. (Grogary, South Uist). Private 

S/23863. Killed in Action, 14/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Ronald. B. Lochboisdale. E. Drimisdale, South Uist. (Iochdar). 

Private 3/5205. Killed in Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 



Private S/15554. Killed in 



Corporal 5065. 



2nd Battalion. 

Donald, Peter. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh 

Action, 10/5/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Alexander. B. Kilbowie. E. Whiteinch. 

Killed in Action, 11/5/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, David. B. Edinburgh. E. Fauldhouse. (Edinburgh). 

S/10863. Killed in Action, 12/4/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. Plean. E. Stirling. (Plean). Private S/16187. 

Action, 11/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Donald. B. Ibrox. E. Greenock. (Greenock). Private S/13085 

in Action, 10/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alexander. B. Tarbert, Harris. E. Inverness. 

Killed in Action, 5/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Charles. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. (Inverness) 

Killed in Action, 1/9/18. Salonika. 



Private S/ 11310. Killed in 

L/Corporal S/13112. 

Private 

Killed in 

, Killed 

Private 3/3765. 

Private S/30113. 



160 

M'Donald, Donald. B. Fermtosh. E. Inverness. (Inverness). L/Corporal 8516. 

Killed in Action, 23/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Urquhart, Glenmoriston. E. Inverness (Glenmoriston). 

L/Corporal S/ 17395. Killed in Action, 2/10/16. Salonika. 
M'Donald, Harry. B. Nairn. E. Inverness. (Lochdue, Nairn). Private 8958. 

Died of Wounds, 7/1/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Sleat, Skye. E. Inverness. (South Uist). Private 4416. 

Killed in Action, 19/2/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Malcolm. B. Lochs, Ross-shire. E. Fort-William. (Lewis). 

L/Sergeant 8137. Died of Wounds, 8/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Malcolm. B. North Uist. E. Glasgow. (North Uist). Sergeant 

6699. Killed in Action, 10/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, William. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private S/ 11895. Killed in 

Action, 16/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. South Uist. E. Borinish, Lochboisdale. (Howmore, 

South Uist). Private S/26057. Died of Wounds, 14/10/17. Salonika. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Dingwall. E. Inverness. Private 9218. Killed in Action, 

10/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacRury, John Alexander. B. . E. Inverness. (Grogary, Lochboisdale). 

Killed in Action, 12/9/18. France and Flanders. 

3rd Battalion. 

M'Rury, John. B. South Uist. E. Inverness. (South Uist). Private S/22708. 
Died, 9/12/17. Home. 

4th Battalion. 

Donald, Ian James. B. Kirkhill, Inverness. E. Inverness. (Kirkhill). Private 

2707. Killed in Action, 17/5/15. 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Laggan. E. Kingussie. (Laggan). Private 1660. Died, 

2/1/15. Home. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Durinish. E. Dunvegan. (Durinish). L/Sergeant 1556. 

Died of Wounds, 31/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Duncan. B. . E. Inverness. Private 1926. Killed in 

Action, 12/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Duncan. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. L/Corporal 1772. Killed in 

Action, 29/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Henry. B. Kilmaillie. E. Fort-William. (Fort-William). 

A/Corporal 772. Died of Wounds, 23/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James H. Kingussie. E. Kingussie. A/Sergeant 1215. Killed in 

Action, 17/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John Campbell. B. Kingussie. E. Kingussie. Private 513. Killed 

in Action, 18/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Strath, Portree. E. Kingussie. Corporal 827. Killed in 

Action, 10/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Kenneth. B. Inverness. E. Raasay. (Inverness). Corporal 1317. 

Killed in Action, 17/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Peter. B. Kincraig. E. Kingussie. (Kincraig). Sergeant 505. 

Killed in Action, 17/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Ronald. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Sergeant 1115. Killed in 

Action, 1/3/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William. B. Portree. E. Portree. (Portree). L/Corporal 1216. 

Killed in Action, 18/5/15. France and Flanders. 



161 

M'Donald, William. B. Cromdale, Grantown. E. Inverness. (Advie). Private 

1828. Died, 28/12/14. Home. 
MacDonald, William. B. Kingussie. E. Kingussie. (Kingussie). Private 1197. 

Died of Wounds, 5/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Neil. B. Sleat. E. Portree. (Isleornsay). Private 1689. Died, 

6/1/15. Home. 
M'Intyre, Alexander. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private 2406. Died, 6/3/16. 

Home. 
M'Intyre, Alexander. B. Fort-William. E. Fort-William. (Fort-William). 

L/Corporal 913. Died of Wounds, 18/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intvre, Duncan. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. (Culloden, Inverness). Private 

1401. Died of Wounds, 22/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. . E. Inverness. (Glasgow). Private 2502. Killed 

in Action, 18/5/15. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, William. B. Kilmaillie. E. Fort-William. C.S.M. 93. Died of 

Wounds, 25/3/15. France and Flanders. 

Depot. 

MacDonald, Angus. B. Anderston. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private S/ 13849. 
Died, 23/3/16. Home. 

5th Battalion. 

M'Allister, Neil. B. Karnes. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private S/11804. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, William. B. Leswalt, Wigtownshire. E. Inverness. Private 

S/27504. Killed in Action, 21/8/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. Kiltarlity. E. Inverness. Private S/11717. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alexander. B. Lochboisdale. E. Inverness. (Iochdar). Private 

S/5559. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. Culloden. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 

S/40675. Killed in Action, 12/10/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. Kilmonivaig. E. Fort-William. (Fort- William). 

Private S/23489. Killed in Action, 18/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Allan. B. Ayr. E. Glasgow. Private S/12071. Died, 20/11/14. 

Home. 
M'Donald, Angus John. B. Lochboisdale. E. Benbecula. L/Corporal 3/5113. 

Killed in Action, 27/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Lochmaddy. E. Benbecula. Private 3/5667. Killed in 

Action, 16/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Archibald. B. Tiree. E. Broadford. Private S/30624. Died of 

Wounds, 17/1/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Blair. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private S/15645. Died 

of Wounds, 19/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Charles. B. Inverkip. E. Greenock. Private S/10412. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, David. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 

S/21900. Killed in Action, 5/6/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Lochbosidale. E. Drimisdale. Private 3/5060. Killed in 

Action, 22/7/16. France and Flanders. 



162 

MacDonald, Donald. B. Lochmaddy. E. Scalpay. Private 3/5154. Killed in 

Action, 14/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Lochboisdale. E. Lochmaddy. (Lochparton, South Uist). 

Private S/11251. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. BVance and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Lochboisdale. E. Glasgow. Private S/ 18244. Killed 

in Action, 18/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald John. B. Bornish, Lochboisdale. E. Inverness. (Lochbois- 
dale). Private 3/5684. Died of Wounds, 5/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. . E. Inverness. (Strathglass). Private S/4008L 

Killed in Action, 19/7/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Tarbert, Harris. E. Tarbert. Private S/27480. Died of 

Wounds, 20/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Elgin. E. Glencorse. A/C.S.M. 8694. Killed in Action, 

10/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. . E. Glasgow. Private S/40734. Died, home, 

15/5/17. (Formerly 5417 Lovat's Scouts). 
M'Donald, John. B. Lochboisdale. E. Drimisdale. (Eochat, South Uist). 

Private S/5479. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Lochmaddy. E. Inverness. (Lochmaddy). Sergeant 

3/543. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Largs. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private S/ 101 15. Killed 

in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Lochboisdale. E. Inverness. Private 3/3284. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Kenneth. B. Durness, Inverness. E. Edinburgh. (Waternish). 

Private S/ 12038. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Kenneth Corbett. B. Kilmorack. E. Beauly. (Beauly). Sergeant 

200099. Killed in Action, 12/10/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Malcolm. B. North Uist. E. Scalpaig. L/Corporal 3/5476. Killed 

in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Malcolm. B. Daliburgh. E. Daliburgh. Private S/5648. Killed in 

Action, 18/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Duthie. E. Clydebank. (Carrbridge). Private S/ 12399. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Robert. B. . E. Glasgow. (Catrine). L/ Sergeant S/ 11526. 

Died of Wounds, 1/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Maxwelton, Dumfries. E. Edinburgh. (Dumfries). 

Private 223013. Killed in Action, 25/10/18. France and Flanders. 

(Formerly 5753 Lovats Scouts). 
MacDonald, Robert. B. Beauly. E. Inverness. Private 203261. Killed in 

Action, 25/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Fortrose. E. Inverness. L/Corporal 7669. Killed in 

Action, 16/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Strath, Skye. E. Broadford. Private 200120. Died of 

Wounds, 14/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Kilmarnock. E. Glasgow. (Kilmarnock). Private 

S/17421. Killed in Action, 12/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Eachen, Alexander. B. Lochboisdale. E. Inverness. (Eochar). Private 

3/5497. Died of Wounds, 7/11/15. Home. 
M'Innes, Donald E. B. South Uist. E. Inverness. (South Uist). Private 

S/23169. Killed in Action, 3/5/17. France and Flanders. 



163 



M'Innes, Duncan. B. Strath, Skye. E. Whiteinch. (Broadford). Private 

S/10463. Killed in Action, 22/7/15. France and Flanders. 
Maclnnes, James. B. North Uist. E. Lochmaddy. (Lochmaddy). Private 

S/43266. Killed in Action, 12/10/17 France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Neil. B. Dalziel. E. Hamilton. L/ Corporal S/10842. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Neil. B. Strath, Skye. E. Govan. (Broadford). 

Killed in Action, 22/7/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes Robert. B. Govan. E. Daliburgh. (Lochboisdale) 

Died of Wounds, 17/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, William Gillies. B. Tarbert, Argyll. E. Glasgow. 

S/11913. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Alexander. B. Govan. E. Inverkeithing. (Inverkeithing). 

S/20937. Died of Wounds, 30/10/17. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, Alexander Cameron. B. Morven. E. Oban. (Morven). 

S/18423. Killed in Action, 18/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Duncan. B. Duncansburgh, Fort-William. E. Stirling. 

Private S/11057. Killed in Action, 10/8/15. France and 
M'Intyre, Kenneth. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Maryhill). 

Died of Wounds, 12/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Robert. B. Ballymacarrett, Co. Down. E. Belfast. 

S/20131. Killed in Action, 18/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Isaac, Angus. B. South Uist. E. Inverness. Private S/23278. 

Action, 15/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Isaac, Angus. B. Arisaig and Moidart. E. Fort-William. Private S/25362. 

Died of Wounds, 26/5/17. Home. 
M'Isaac, Donald. B. Lochmaddy. E. Benbecula. (Benbecula). Private S/5173. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M' Ronald, Alexander. B. Alness. E. Inverness. (Glenferness). 

S/40070. Killed in Action, 20/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Rorie, James A. R. B. Avondale. E. Glasgow. (Strathaven) 

S/11591. Killed in Action, 3/5/17. France and Flanders. 



Private S/12013. 

. Private S/5540. 

(Tarbert). Private 

Private 

Private 

(Oban). 
Flanders. 

Private S/18176. 

(Belfast). Private 

Killed in 



Private 



Private 



6th Battalion. 



Private S/10543. Died 



M'Coll, Thomas. B. Newburgh, Fife. E. Dunfermline. 

of Wounds, 11/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Henry James. B. Glasgow. E. Inverness. (Inverness) 

S/13672. Died of Wounds, 29/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Hugh. B. Glasgow. E. Inverness. (Glasgow). 

Killed in Action, 18/3/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Stephen. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow) 

Killed in Action, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, Alexander. B. Rutherglen. E. Govanhill. (Govanhill). 

S/11176. Killed in Action, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 



Private 
Private S/43260. 
Private S/ 131 15. 

Private 



M' Donald, Alexander. B. Inverness. E. Howmore. 

Killed in Action, 16/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, Alexander. B. . E. Inverness. 

Wounds, 22/9/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. Stony Bridge, Inverness. 



(South Uist). Private 2623. 



Private 3495. 



Died of 



(Stony Bridge). 
Flanders. 



E. Howmore, South Uist. 



Private S/25453. Killed in Action, 12/5/18. France and 



164 

M'Donald, Archd. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 

S/25166. Died, 23/12/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Archd. B. Cregarry, South Uist. E. Inverness. (South Uist). 

Private S/2879. Died of Wounds, 27/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Ewan. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. (Inverness). Private 

S/11329. Killed in Action, 23/11/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Farquhar. B. . E. Inverness. (Inverness). Private S/43121. 

Died of Wounds, 10/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Farquhar. B. Gorthlick, Inverness. E. Inverness. (Gorthlick). 

Private S/27454. Died of Wounds, 10/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Francis. B. . E. Inverness. (Glasgow). L/Corporal 

200329. Killed in Action, 26/7/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Hector. B. Edinburgh. E. UphaH. (Broxburn). Private 

S/12698. Killed in Action, 13/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. New Cumnock. E. Glasgow. Private S/16865. Died, 

13/3/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, George. B. Largs. E. Fort William. (Largs). L/Corporal 

S/40490. Died of Wounds, 19/12/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

3560 Lovat's Scouts). 
M'Donald, David. B. . E. Inverness. (Beauly). Private S/40095. 

Killed in Action, 16/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. . E. Inverness. (Inverness). Private S/25511. 

Killed in Action, 23/7/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private S/30885. Killed in 

Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. South Uist. E. Inverness. (South Uist). Sergeant. 

3/3546. Died of Wounds, 23/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Knockbain, Ross. E. Inverness. L/Corporal S/26203. 

Died of Wounds, 12/3/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James Campbell. B. Dundee. E. Dundee. (Dundee). Private 

S/32096. Died of Wounds, 24/8/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

4123 Lovat's Scouts). 
MacDonald, John. B. Latheron, Caithness. E. Glasgow. (Tiroran, Mull). 

Private S/27058. Killed in Action, 20/4/17. France and Flanders. (For- 
merly 5025 Lovat's Scouts). 
MacDonald, John. B. Moray. E. Lochaiiort. (Lochailort). Private S/23574. 

Died of Wounds, 29/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John Matheson. B. North Uist. E. London. (North Uist). 

Sergeant 22118. Killed in Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Arisaig. E. Inverness. (Lochailort). Private S/40491. 

Killed in Action, 24/10/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 3858 Lovat's 

Scouts). 
MacDonald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Perth. (Muthil). Private S/41266. Died 

of Wounds, 30/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 22227 Gordons). 
M'Donald, John. B. Glasgow. E. Inverness. (Govan). Private 200534. 

Killed in Action, 1/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Murdo. B. Barras, Kincardine E. Hamilton. Private S/ 18892. 

Killed in Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Durinish. E. Dunvegan. (Portree). Private S/23244. 

Killed in Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Ronald. B. Musselburgh. E. Edinburgh. L/Corporal S/11216. 

Died of Wounds, 19/7/17. France and Flanders. 



165 

M'Donald, William. B. Skye. E. Comrie. Private S/21657. Died, 12/2/17. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Grory, Charles. B. Campbeltown. E. Stirling. Private S/31174. Killed 

in Action, 4/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly T.R. 1/9360 40th 

T.R. Battalion). 
M'Innes, Archd. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private S/16231. 

Killed in Action, 28/1/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, John. B. Dalziel. E. Hamilton. Private S/21918. Killed in Action, 

24/8/16. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, Angus. B. Strontian, Argyll. E. Huntingson, Argyll. (Strontian). 

Private S/40717. Killed in Action, 11/1/17. France and Flanders. 

(Formerly 2264 Lovat's Scouts). 
M'Intyre, Angus. B. South Uist. E. Daliburgh. (Kilphedar). Private 

S/40694. Killed in Action, 22/10/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

2148 Lovat's Scouts). 
M'Intyre, Archd. B. Kirkoswald, Wigtown. E. Dumfries. (Dairy, Kirk- 

cudbrightshire). Private S/20990. Killed in Action, 13/8/16. France and 

Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Hugh. B. Callander. E. Thetford, Norfolk. E. Strathyre. Private 

S/27109. Killed in Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

5782 Lovat's Scouts). 
M'Intyre, John. B. . E. Inverness. Private S/40993. Died of 

Wounds, 16/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Kain, Thomas. B. . E. Inverness. (Glasgow). L/Corporal 2474. 

Killed in Action, 15/9/16. France and Flanders. 
MacKechnie, Archd. B. Parkhead. E. Glasgow. Private S/ 18863. Killed in 

Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Hugh. B. Toberonochv, Luing, Oban. E. Stirling. (Luing). 

Private S/31443. Killed in Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 

(Formerly 126609 Lovat's Scouts). 
M'Kechnie, Matthew. B. . E. Inverness. (Glasgow). Private S/43316. 

Killed in Action, 12/10/16. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

Donald, George. B. Lumsden. E. Beauly. (Beauly). Sergeant 200102. Died 

of Wounds, 12/8/17. France and Flanders. 
Donald, James Young. B. Clydebank. E. Whiteinch. (Milngavie). Private 

S/12351. Killed in Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
Donald, William. B. Glasgow. E. Maryhill. (Springburn). Private S/20002. 

Killed in Action, 25/7/17. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, George. B. Dreghorn. E. Ayr. (Dreghorn). Private S/ 16797. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. Glenboig. E. Motherwell. (Mi ttherwell). Private 

S/20409. Killed in Action, 10/2/16. France and Flande rs. 
Donaldson, Robert. B. Leith. E. Edinburgh. Private I J/22619. Killed in 

Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Angus. B. Anderston. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private S/20983. 

Killed in Action, 23/5/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Coll Livingston. B. Kilmuir. E. Inverness. (Armadale, Skye). 

Private S/24488. Killed in Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. Dortick, Hadd. E. Leith. L/Corporal S/20172. 

Killed in Action, 11/10/16. France and Flanders. 



166 

M'Donald, Alexander. B. Baleshare, North Uist. E. Inverness. (Baleshare). 

Private S/21705. Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alick. B. Kiltarlity. E. Ding-wall. (Strathconon). Private 

S/40439. Killed in Action, 28/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Uig\ E. Perth. (Perth). Private S/21386. Killed in 

Action, 17/8/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald. B. . E. Ripon. (Staffin, Skye). Private S/27357. 

Died of Wounds, 9/7/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Donald John. B. . E. Inverness. (Aberdeen). Private 

S/23860. Killed in Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Ewen. B. , E. Paible. (Ballamore, North Uist). Killed in 

Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Farquhar. B. . E. Paible. (Harris). Killed in Action, 

14/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Farquhar. B. Invergordon. E. Inverness. (Invergordon). 

A/Sergeant 200589. Killed in Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Finlay. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private S/25358. Died, 

home, 9/7/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, George. B. . E. Edinburgh. Private S/17806. Killed in 

Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James A. B. Kingussie. E. Kingussie. (Kingussie). Corporal 

S/25317. Killed in Action, 28/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James M. B. Calton. E. Inverness. (Inverness). Private 200C03. 

Killed in Action, 28/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Skye. E. Glasgow. L/Corporal S/21082. Killed in 

Action, 22/5/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Portree. E. Portree. Private S/ 16389. Killed in Action, 

13/10/16. Fr-ince and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Kenneth.. B. Snizort. E. Portree. (Dunvegan). Private S/ 16052. 

Killed in Action, 17/8/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Kenneth. B. Inverness. E. Dundee. Private S/20496. Died of 

Wounds, 15/t)/16. Home. 
MacDonald, Malcolm. B. Kilmalcolm. E. Greenock. (Kilmalcolm). L/Corporal 

S/14074. Kiiled in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Matthew. B. Newton Mearns. E. Glasgow. (Newton Mearns). 

Private 203189. Died of Wounds, 26/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Norman. B. . E. Glasgow. Private S/ 14209. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter Sydney Edwin. B. Aberdeen. E. London. (Brentford). 

Private S/ 15096. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Peter. B. Kinlochmoidart. E. Fort-William. (Banavie). Private 

S/17082. Killed in Action, 27/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Milton, Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Corporal S/13901. Died 

of Wounds, 7/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Daviot. E. Inverness. (Petty). L/Corporal S/13830. 

Died of Wounds, 20/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. . E. Portree. L/Corporal S/16060. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, John. B. . E. Inverness. (Mollinsburn). Private S/40093. 

Killed in Action, 20/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Eachen, Ronald J. B. Howbeg. E. Inverness. (South Uist). Private 23850. 

Killed in Action, 28/4/17. PVance and Flanders. 



167 



MacEachan, John. B. Kilmaillie. E. Fort William. (Fort William). Private 

200180. Killed in Action, 25/4/17. France and Flanders. 
Maclnnes, Alexander. B. Strath, Skye. E. Glasgow. (Strath). Private S/13700. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Maclnnes, Duncan. B. Arisaig. E. Oban. (Roy Bridge). Private S/ 13000. 

Killed in Action, 12/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intvre, Alfred Henry. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). L/ Corporal 

S/22165. Killed in Action, 17/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intvre, Duncan. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private S/14149. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
Maclntyre, Roderick. B. Kilmaillie. E. Inverness. (Treslaigh). 

S/26385. Killed in Action, 25/7/17. 
Maclntyre, James. B. Kinloch., Skye. 

S/16193. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. 
M'Intvre, Wylie Robert. B. Largs. 

S/ 14403. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. 
M'Kechan, Walter Fairbairn. B. Ardrossan. 

Private S/21844. Killed in Action, 28/4/17. 



France and Flanders. 

E. Portree. (Kinloch). 
France and Flanders. 
E. Glasgow. (Largs). 
France and Flanders. 

E. Ardrossan. 
France and Flanders 



L/ Corporal 
L/Corporal 
L/Corporal 
(Saltcoats). 



M'Kean, Thomas. B. Bothwell. E. Hamilton. (Mossend). 
Killed in Action, 17/8/16. France and Flanders. 



Private S/ 16574. 



MacDonald, Donald, 

225447. Killed 

Scouts). 
MacDonald, Donald. 

Private 225439. 

Lovats Scouts) 
M'Donald, Hugh. 

Died of Wounds 
M'Donald, John. B 

Action, 6/12/16. 
Maclntyre, James. 

Sergeant 225515 



10th Battalion. 

B. South Uist. E. Glasgow. (Benbecula). Private 
in Action, 25/10/17. Salonika. (Formerly 5442 Lovats 

B. Glenurquhart. E. Glenurquhart. (Glenurquhart). 
Killed in Action, 5/12/16. Salonika. (Formerly 2106 



B. . E. Glasgow. ^Dennistoun). Private S/25670. 

, 10/1/18. Salonika. 
Lochmaddy. E. Lochmaddy. Private 225459. Killed in 

Salonika. (Formerly 2321 Lovats Scouts). 

B. Ardnamurchan. E. Kimbolton, Hants. (Taynuilt). 

Died, 19/10/18. France and Flanders. 



ROYAL IRISH RIFLES. 



1st Battalion. 



M'Donald, Albert. B. Ballymena. E. Ballymena 
Action, 20/4/18. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, David. B. Belfast. E. Belfast 
9/5/15. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, John. B. Belfast. E. Belfast. 
25/9/18. France and Flanders. 

M'Donald, John. B. . E. Glasgow. 



Rifleman 57257. Killed in 



L/Corporal 7578. Killed in Action, 
Rifleman 15253. Killed in Action, 



(Belfast). 
(Belfast). 



in Action, 2/10/18. France and Flanders 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Belfast. E. Dundalk. 

in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Shankhill, Belfast. E. Belfast 

in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 



Rifleman 20318. Killed 
Rifleman 9685. Killed 



Rifleman 9022. Killed 



168 

M'Donnell, Thomas. B. Belfast. E. Lisburn. (Belfast). Rifleman 8711. Killed 

in Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 
MTlwrath, John. B. Belfast. E. Belfast. Sergeant 6317. Died of Wounds, 

5/1/15. France and Flanders. 
MTlwrath, Martin. B. Belfast. E. Belfast. Rifleman 1658. Died of Wounds, 

13/8/17. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

Donaldson, James. B. Shankhill, Belfast. E. Holywood, Co. Down. L/Corporal 

6920. Died of Wounds, 10/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Bernard. B. Newry. E. Newry. Rifleman 9704. Killed in Action, 

22/6/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, James. B. Downpatrick. E. Downpatrick. (Belfast). Rifleman 

7583. Killed in Action, 27/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, William. B. Fermoy. E. Belfast. Rifleman 8094. Killed in Action, 

21/9/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Hugh. B. Bessbrook. E. Belfast. Rifleman 20640. Killed in Action, 

24/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Wesley. B. Bessbrook. E. Belfast. Rifleman 2399. Killed in Action, 

30/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Crory, Hugh. B. Shankhill. E. Belfast. Rifleman 8981. Killed in Action, 

2/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Crory, Peter. B. Lurgan. E. Waringtown, Co. Down. Rifleman 4723. 

Killed in Action, 21/3/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Crory, William. B. Ballymacarret E. Holywood. Rifleman 6890. Died of 

Wounds 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Crory, William. B. Ballymena. E. Belfast. Sergeant 7501. Killed in Action, 

25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Daniel. B. Shankhill. E. Belfast. Rifleman 7137. Killed in Action, 

7/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, John. B. Poyntzpass. E. Newry. Rifleman 8782. Died, 1/11/14. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Michael. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Rifleman 7768. Killed in Action, 

26/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Patrick. B. Loughbrickland. E. Newry. Rifleman 6466. Killed in 

Action, 22/1/16. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Robert. B. Lurgan. E.Belfast. Rifleman 8840. Died of Wounds, 

14/11/14. France and Flanders. 
MTlwraith, Charles. B. Lisburn. E. Lisburn. Rifleman 10580. Killed in 

Action, 15/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MTlwrath, William. B. Shankhill. E. Belfast. Rifleman 5893. Killed in Action, 

27/10/14. 

6th Battalion. 

M'Donnell, Patrick. B.Belfast. E.Belfast. Rifleman 11035. Died of Wounds, 
5/9/15. Egypt. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Connell, Joseph. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Rifleman 8105. Killed in Action, 

28/6/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Tim. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Rifleman 4921. Killed in Action, 

9/6/16. France and Flanders. 



169 

8th Battalion. 

M'Connell, John. B. Belfast. E. Belfast. Rifleman 13202. Killed in Action, 

7/6/17. France and Flanders. 
M'llwrath, James. B. Comber, Co. Down. E. Belfast. Rifleman 13153. Killed 

in Action, 2/7/16. France and Flanders. 

9th Battalion. 

Darragh, Richard. B. Belfast. E. Belfast. Rifleman 14411. Died, home, 

24/2/15. 
M'Allister, Andrew. B. Carrickfergus. E. Belfast. .Sergeant 15325. Died of 

Wounds, 25/2/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, William George. B. Fintona. E. Belfast. Rifleman 15194. Died of 

Wounds, 23/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, James. B. Donaghcloney. E. Belfast. Rifleman 420. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'llwraith, James. B. Shankhill. E. Belfast. Rifleman 1220. Killed in Action, 

6/6/16. France and Flanders. 

11th Battalion. 

M'Kechnie, Robert. B. Dunmurry. E. Lisburn. (Dunmurry). L/Corporal 
18314. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

11th /13th Battalion. 

M'Donnell, David John. B. . E. Newtownards. (Portaferry). Rifleman 

1191. Killed in Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 

12th Battalion. 

M'Allister, Henry. B. Carrickfergus. E. Belfast. Rifleman 3712. Died, home, 

15/3/15. 
M'Allister, Isaac. B. Bushmills. E. Belfast. (Bushmills). Rifleman 1775. 

Died of Wounds, 14/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Joseph. B. Donaghadee. E. Belfast. (Donaghadee). Rifleman 996. 

Killed in Action, 12/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William Robert. B. Ballinderry. E. Belfast. (Carrickfergus). 

Rifleman 1617. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. 
M'llwrath, Alexander, B. Comber. E. Newtownards. (Comber). Rifleman 

950. Died of Wounds, 13/8/17. France and Flanders. 

13th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Andrew. B. Portaferry. E. Ballywalter. (Portaferry). L/Corporal 

18937. Killed in Action, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. Newtownards. E. Comber. Rifleman 18960. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, John. B. Comber. E. Comber. Rifleman 18958. Killed in Action, 

1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Robert. B. Donaghcloney. E. Belfast. Rifleman 17579. Died, 

4/11/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Samuel. B. Comber. E. Comber. Rifleman 18950. Killed in Action, 

1/7/16. France and Flanders. 



170 

M'Alister, John. B. Banbridge. E. Banbridge. Rifleman 817. Killed in Action, 

1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, David. B. Donaghadee. E. Donaghadee. (Bangor). Rifleman 

16737. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, David. B. Newtownards. E. Newtownards. Rifleman 18238. Killed 

in Action, 7/2/18. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, Donald. B. Peterhead. E. Newry. (Peterhead). L/Corporal 19102. 

Killed in Action, 21/3/16. France and Flanders. 
M'llwrath, George Henry. B. Dromore. E. Lisburn. Rifleman 18309. Killed 

in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

14th Battalion. 

Darrock, Duncan. B. Belfast. E. Belfast. Sergeant 14393. Killed in Action, 

1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Malcolm. B. Shankhill. E. Belfast. Rifleman 19640. Killed in Action, 

17/12/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Samuel. B. Ballymacarrett. E. Belfast. Rifleman 15374. Died of 

Wounds, 21/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Dromore. E. Belfast. (Dromore). Rifleman 16744. 

Killed in Action, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Frederick. B. Shankhill. E. Belfast. Rifleman 16755. Killed in 

Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

15th Battalion. 

M'Connell, Alexander. B. Bangor. E. Belfast. Rifleman 157. Killed in Action, 

2/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'llwrath, Edward. B.Belfast. E.Belfast. Rifleman 15420. Died of Wounds, 

15/12/17. France and Flanders. 

16th Battalion. 

M'Connell, Robert. B. Killyleagh E. Lurgan. (Killyleagh). Rifleman 855. 

Died, 19/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, William John. B. Shankhill. E. Lurgan. (Belfast). L/Corporal 

262. Killed in Action, 2/12/17. France and Flanders. 



PRINCESS VICTORIA'S ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS. 

1st Battalion. 

M'Connell, Sam. B. Waterford. E. Waterford. Private 42391. Killed in 

Action, 1/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerlv 22529 Royal Irish 

Rifles). 
M'Connell, William. B. Shankhill, Belfast. E. Belfast. Private 3589. Died 

of Wounds, 4/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Crory, Pat. James. B. Partick. E. Randalstown. Private 20910. Killed in 

Action, 9/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. . E. Cavan. (Bailieborough, Co. Cavan). Private 

21643. Killed in Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. 



171 

M'Donald, John. B. Lisnaskea, Co. Fermanagh. E. Armagh. (Gilford, Co. 

Down). Private 8467. Killed in Action, 14/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Alex. B. Belfast. E. Belfast. Private 21161. Killed in Action, 

11/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2519 Connaught Rangers). 
M'Donnell, James. B. Shankhill. E. Finners Camp, Co. Down. (Lurgan). 

Private 3937. Killed in Action, 11/4/17. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

M'Allister, Henry. B. Shankhill. E. Lurgan. Private 5910. Killed in Action, 

9/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Daniel. B. Shankhill. E. Finners Camp, Co. Down. (Lurgan). 

Private 4050. Killed in Action, 14/2/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Hugh, John. B. Killeshandra, Co. Cavan. E. Cavan. (Killeshandra). 

Private 10425. Killed in Action, 8/2/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Londonderry. E. Londonderry. Private 9977. Died of 

Wounds, 24/5/15. France and Flanders. 

4th Battalion. 

M'Crory, Edward. B. Lurgan. E. Belfast. (Lurgan). Private 22772. Died, 

15/4/16. Home. 
M'Donnell, Alex. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 3252. Died, 26/12/17. 

Home. 

5th Battalion. 

M'Hugh, John. B. Cambuslang. E. Cambuslang. Corporal 12210 Killed in 
Action, 7/8/15. Gallipoli. 

6th Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. Cambuslang. E. Cambuslang. Private 12280. Died, 
28/11/15. Salonika. 

7th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Thomas. B. . E. Belfast. Private 22693. Killed in Action, 

27/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Joseph. B. . E. Lurgan. Private 22837. Killed in Action, 

5/9/16. France and Flanders. 

8th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Christopher. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Corporal 20591. Killed in 

Action, 8/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Michael. B. Dundrum, Co. Donegal. E. Dublin. (Windy Arbour, 

Co. Donegal). Private 20870. Killed in Action, 27/5/16. France and 

Flanders. 

7th/8th Battalion. 

M'Donnell, James. B. . E. Belfast. Private 20964. Killed in Action, 

24/7/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2189 Connaught Rangers). 

M'Intyre, Patrick. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 15075. Died of 
Wounds, 16/9/17. France and Flanders. 



172 

9th Battalion. 

Donnell, William. B. Bessbrook. E. Poyntzpass. (Bessbrook). Private 

18091. Killed in Action, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Robert. B. Cloughfin, Co. Antrim. E. Antrim. (Belfast). Private 

41445. Killed in Action, 19/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 1859 

N.I.H.). 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Armagh. E. Armagh. (Richhill, Co. Armagh). Private 

14506. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Hugh, Pat. B. Claremorris. E. Galway. (Claremorris). Private 20993. 

Died, 18/1/19. France and Flanders. (Formerly 425 Connaught Rangers). 
M'Intyre, Kelso. B. Drumglass, Co. Tyrone. E. Portadown. (Dungannon). 

Private 21639. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

1st Garrison Battalion. 

M'Allister, Ennis Alex. B. Ballymacarrett, Co. Down. E. Belfast. Private 
G/3480. Died, 8/4/18. India. 

CONNAUGHT RANGERS. 

Officer. 

MacDonnell, John Henry O'Connell De Courcv. Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 
14/10/18. (Attached Leinster Regiment). 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

M'Donald, James. B. Lerybs, Co. Kildare. E. Mullingar. Private 4568. Died, 

13/2/15. France and Flanders. 
M' Donnell, Patrick. B. Swinford. E. Swinford. (Swinford). Private 6550. 

Killed in Action, 11/3/16. Mesopotamia. 

5th Battalion. 

Donnell, Charles. B. Castlewellan, Co. Down. E. Belfast. (Belfast). Private 

15289. Killed in Action, 8/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 14868. 

R.I.F.). 
M'Connell, John. B. Ballymoney. E. Glasgow. (Rasharkin, Co. Antrim). 

Corporal 10695. Killed in Action, 21/6/17. Salonika. 
M'Donald, John. B. Street, Co. Longford. E. Lochgelly. (Cowdenbeath). 

Private 5320. Died, 20/7/17. Salonika. 
M'Donald, Patrick. B. Woodford, Co. Galway. E. Armagh. (Swords, Co. 

Dublin). Private 1181. Killed in Action, 28/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, Patrick. B. Elphin, Co. Roscommon. E. Boyle. (Elphin). Private 

2470. Killed in Action, 7/12/15. Salonika. 
M'Donald, William. B. Clifden, Co. Galway. E. Llanelly. (Pontardulais). 

Private 594. Died of Wounds, 23/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donnell, Pat. B. Kilbride, King's Co. E. Tullamore. (Clara). Private 5506. 

Died of Wounds, 20/12/15. Salonika. 
M'Donell, John. B. Cork. E. Inverkeithing. (Cork). Private 1140. Killed in 

Action, 28/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Hugh, Patrick. B. Ballinrobe. E. Galway. (Ballinrobe). Private 587. Killed 

in Action, 21/8/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Hugh, John. B. Swinford. E. Galway. (Swinford). Private 5579. Killed in 

Action, 8/12/15. Salonika. 



173 

6th Battalion. 

Darragh, Thomas. B. Cookstown. E. Belfast. (Cookstown). Private 3731. 

Killed in Action, 3/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, John. B. Ballymena. E. Ballymena. (Ballymena). Private 6343. 

Killed in Action, 11/1/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, John. B. Arnev, Co. Tyrone. E. Strabane. (Grove Mills). Private 

3937. Killed in Action, 20/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, William. B. Belfast. E. Dunfermline. (Rosvth). Private 18177. 

Died of Wounds, 25/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 10027 R.I.R.). 
M'Intyre, James. B. Newport, Co. Mavo. E. Manchester. (Stretford, 

Manchester). Private 6237. Killed in Action, 11/1/17. France and Flanders. 



ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS. 

Officers. 

(10) MacDonald, Claude Keith. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 27/9/15. 
(10) MacDonald, George Anderson. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 18/8/17. 

5th T.F. 

M'Lardie, Archd. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 25/12/15. 

6th T.F. 

Maclntyre, Robert Cochrane, M.C. Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 30/9/18. 

7th T.F. 

M'Grory, John Joseph. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 28/9/18. 

8th T.F. 

M'Intyre, Alex. Cameron, M.C. Major. Died of Wounds, 24/3/18. 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

Donaldson, Alex. B. Stirling. E. Stirling. (Alloa). Private S/2488. Died, 

31/7/18. Salonika. 
M'Coll, James. B. Maryhill. E. Stirling. (New York, U.S.A.). L/Corporal 

5709. Died of Wounds, 9/8/17. Salonika. 
M'Donald, James. B. Kirkintilloch. E. Stirling. (Bonnybridge). Private 

S/8039. Died of Wounds, 1/10/16. Salonika. 
M'Donald, William. B. Tillicoultry. E. Stirling. (Tillicoultry). Private 

238. Killed in Action, 11/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Thomas. B. Glasgow. E. Stenhousemuir. (Vancouver, B.C.). 

Private S/1857. Killed in Action, 19/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Alex. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. L/Corporal 626. Killed in Action, 

11/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Drymen. E. Glasgow. (Stirling). Sergeant 1108. Died, 

3/10/18. Salonika. 



174 

2nd Battalion. 

Donaldson, Andrew. B. Cambusnethan. E. Wishaw. Private S/3172. Killed 

in Action, 9/4/16. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, James. B. Whitburn. E. Cardenden. Private S/7600. Died of 

Wounds, 31/1/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, James. B. Barony. E. Falkirk. (Camelon). Private 4/9022. Killed 

in Action, 2/1/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, Abbot. B. Liverpool. E. Liverpool. (London). Private 10072. 

Killed in Action, 27/2/17. France and Flanders. 
M' Donald, Allan. B. Lochmaddy. E. Glasgow. (Lochmaddy). Private 

S/2356. Died of Wounds, 18/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Allan. B. Lismore. E. Stirling. (Glencoe). Private 4/9689. 

Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Arthur. B. Fulham. E. Edinburgh. L/Sergeant 10826. Killed in 

Action, 10/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Bernard. B. Helensburgh. E. Dumbarton. (Glasgow). Private 

7937. Died, 24/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Uist. E. Oban. (Uist). Private 9333. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Henry. B. Dundee. E. Glasgow. (Dundee). Private 7160. Killed 

in Action, 26/8/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Barony. E. Falkirk. (Glasgow). L/Corporal 3/6343. 

Killed in Action, 21/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Ayr. E. Barony. (Glasgow). Private 3/413. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John, M.M. B. Gorgie. E. Edinburgh. (Davidson's Mains). 

Corporal 1292. Killed in Action, 24/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Kilmun. E. Edinburgh. Private S/40813. Died of 

Wounds, 1/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 7170. Killed in 

Action, 11/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Robert Scott. B. Bellshill. E. Glasgow. (Airdrie). L/Corporal 

S/14364. Killed in Action, 12/12/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. Old Kilpatrick. E. Barony, Lanark. (Clydebank). 

Private 5828. Died of Wounds, 28/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas A. B. Airdrie. E. Longmoor Camp, Hants. (Crewe). 

Corporal 9487. Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Duncan. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. L/Corporal 4/8864. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Duncan. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 4/11490. Killed in 

Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Andrew. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private S/8631. Died of 

Wounds, 17/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Duncan. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private S/3069. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Hugh. B. Oban. E. Glasgow. Private S/14576. Killed in Action, 

10/10/18. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, John. B. Ballymacarrett. E. Paisley. (Glasgow). Private 8288. 

Killed in Action, 30/4/15. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Peter. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private S/15082. Killed in Action, 

24/9/18. France and Flanders. 



175 

M'Intyre, Thomas. B. Inverkip. E. Glasgow. (Busby). Private S/11437. 

Killed in Action, 31/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Angus. B. Glassary. E. Ardrishaig. (Lochgilphead). Private 

S/40358. Killed in Action, 24/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Raild, Alex. B. Glendale. E. Inverness. (Glendale). Private S/ 22792. 

Killed in Action, 18/7/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Rory, David. B. Dumbarton. E. Dumbarton. L/Corporal 3/5876. Died 

of Wounds, 27/7/16. France and Flanders. 

3rd Battalion. 

Donald, Charles. B. Buckie. E. Falkirk. (Portsoy). Private 3/6076. Died, 
19/4/17. Home. 

lst/5th Battalion. 

Donaldson, James. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private S/15296. Killed in 

Action, 29/7/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Paisley. E. Paisley. Private S/8450. Killed in 

Action, 1/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. Govan. E. Govan. Private S/22458. Died of Wounds, 

22/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Kilmodan. E. Glendaruel. (Loch Strivenhead). 

A/Sergeant 300167. Killed in Action, 24/11/17. Egypt. 
M'Intyre, William. B. Greenock. E. Greenock. Private 1221. Killed in 

Action, 12/7/15. Egypt. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Greenock. E. Greenock. Private 1445. Killed in 

Action, 12/7/15. Egypt. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Glasgow. E. Greenock. Private 2167. Killed in Action, 

12/7/15. Egypt. 
M'Intyre, George. B. Glasgow. E. Greenock. Private 2370. Killed in 

Action, 12/7/15. Egypt. 
M'Intyre, Archd. B. Kilmartin. E. Stirling. (Lochgilphead). Private 

202030. Killed in Action, 18/4/17. Egypt. 
M'Intyre, Duncan. B. Kilfinan. E. Dunoon. (Karnes). Private 300410. 

Killed in Action, 14/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Kean, William. B. Govan. E. Tain. (Govan). Private 201579. Killed in 

Action, 8/11/17. Egypt. 
M'Kechnie, Robert. B. Greenock. E. Greenock. Private 2773. Killed in 

Action, 8/11/15. Egypt. 
M'Lardie, Chas. B. Glasgow. E. Paisley. L. /Corporal 2008. Killed in Action, 



Egypt, 12/7/15. 



2nd/5th Battalion. 



M'Intyre, Robert. B. . E. Greenock. A/C.S.M. 1876. Died, 29/3/15. 

Home. 

3rd/ 5th Battalion. 

M'Intyre, John. B. . E. Greenock. (Mosside, Co. Antrim). Died, 

6/12/15. Home. 



176 



6th Battalion T.F. 

M'Allister, Archd. B. Forbey, Arran. E. Dunoon. (Shiskine). Private 

254084. Killed in Action, 24, 10/18. France and Flanders. 

M'Allister, Thomas. B. . E. Paisley. Private 3042. Killed in Action, 

18/6/15. France and Flanders. 

M'Allister, Thomas. B. Cowcaddens. E. Glasgow. Private 6007. Killed in 
Action, 20/9/16. France and Flanders. 

B. Barony. E. Johnstone. Private 1818. Killed in 



M'Connell, William. 
Action, 23/5/15. 
M'Donald, John. 



France and Flanders. 
B. Paisley. E. Paisley. Private 36. Killed in Action, 

18/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Eastwood. E. Pollokshaws. Corporal 1765. Killed in 

Action, 10/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. Eastwood. E. Pollokshaws. Sergeant 251755. Killed 

in Action, 25/10/18. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, Colin. B. Paisley. E. Paisley. Private 251820. Killed in Action, 

25/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Sporran, Duncan. B. Campbeltown. E. Dunoon. (Campbeltown). Private 

8008. Killed in Action, 2/10/16. France and Flanders. 



2nd 6th Battalion. 

B. Paisley. E. Paisley. Private 4343. Died, 28/5/16. 

3rd 6th Battalion. 

MacDonald, Henry. B. Dundee. E. Kinross. Private 4015. Died, 15/11/17. 
Home. 



M'Kechnie, Robert. 
Home. 



lst/ 7th Battalion. 



Private 277425. 



Donaldson, Alex. B. Causewayhead. E. Stirling. (Dunoon 

Killed in Action, 20/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Andrew. B. Barony. E. Maryhill. (Glasgow). 

Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, William. B. Lismore. E. Dunoon. (Kinlochleven] 

Killed in Action, 17/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Glenelg. E. Inverness. (Loch Nevis). 

Died of Wounds, 13/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Daniel. B. Menstrie. E. Alloa. (Menstrie) 

Killed in Action, 5/12/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Kilsyth. E. Kilsyth. Private 2197. 

26/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh. B. . E. Dumbarton. (Renton). 

Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Falkirk. E. Stenhousemuir. (Falkirk). 

Killed in Action, 24/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas. B. . E. Balfron. (Airdrie). Private 276609 

Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonnell, Alex. B. Hutchesontown. E. Alva. 

25/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Duncan. B. Cowdenbeath. E. Dumbarton. 

of Wounds, 22/10/18. France and Flanders. 



Private 278995. 

Private 300552. 

Private S/22750. 

Private 3260. 

Killed in Action, 

Private 278469. 

Private 1881. 



Private 1894. Died, 
Private 325207. Died 



177 



M'Intyre, Donald. E. Falkirk. (Bainsford). Private 2751. Died of Wounds, 

22/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, George. B. . E. Kilsyth. A/Sergeant 3126. Died of 

Wounds, 22/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John. B. Alexandria. E. Stirling. (Moffat). Private 277390. 

Killed in Action, 15/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John, M.M. B. Kildalton. E. Bowmore. (Port Ellen). Private 

300910. Died of Wounds, 1/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, John Cunningham. B. . E. Falkirk. (Blantyre). Private 

2863. Killed in Action, 8/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Patrick. B. . E. Dumbarton. (Kirkintilloch). Private 

278891. Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Archd. B. Row. E. Stirling. (Helensburgh). Private 

Killed in Action, 20/9/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, William. B. . E. Avonbridge. (Armadale). 

275991. Killed in Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 



202661. 
Private 



Donald, John. B. 



1st 8th Battalion. 

. E. Campbeltown. L/Corporal 3049. Killed in 

Action, 13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Ewan. B. Ardchattan. E. Ledaig. Corporal 1201. Died, 17/12/14. 

Home. 
M'Coll, Edward. B. Lismore. E. Ballachulish. L/Corporal 300291. Died of 

Wounds, 21/11/17. Home. 
M'Coll, Donald. B. Ardchattan. E. Ledaig. Private 300562. Killed in 

Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Duncan. B. . E. Dunoon. (Southampton). Private 300694. 

Killed in Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Dugald. B. Ardchattan. E. Dunoon. (Duror). L/Corporal 301311. 

Died, 20/9/17. France and Flanders, 
M'Connell, Adam. B. Inverkip. E. Paisley. (Bishopton). Private S/21052. 

Killed in Action, 3/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Campbeltown. E. Campbeltown. Private 1364. Died 

of Wounds, 23/5/15. France and Flanders. 



M'Donald, Hugh. B. Govan. E. Taynuilt 

18/7/15. Home. 
M'Donald, Dugald. B. Lismore. 

Action, 22/10/15. France and 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. . 



(Glasgow). Private 1381. Died, 
L/Sergeant 1846. 



E. Dunoon. 
Flanders. 

E. Dunoon. (Campbeltown) 
France and Flanders. 
E. Ballachulish. 



Killed in 



Private 2044. Killed in 



Private 1968. 

Killed in Action, 13/11/16. 
M'Donald, Donald F. B. 

Action, 23/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. . E. Dumbarton. (Helensburgh). Private 

303345. Died of Wounds, 9/2/19. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Gigha. E. Gigha. L/ Sergeant 2106. Killed in Action, 

20/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Kenneth. B. Greenock. E. Dunoon. (Greenock). Private 3488. 

Killed in Action, 13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James A. B. West Calder. E. Stirling. (Polmont). Private 

S/19513. Killed in Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. 

M 



178 

M'Donald, Robert. B. Charleston, Lancashire. E. Dunoon. (Manchester). 

Private 300953. Killed in Action, 17/3/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Glenurquhart, Inverness. E. Ballachulish. (Spean 

Bridg-e). Private 301236. Killed in Action, 13/11/16. France and 

Flanders. 
M'Innes, Angus. B. Kilchattan. E. Bonawe. (Taynuilt). Private 1724. 

Killed in Action, 13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Duncan. B. Helensburgh. E. Stirling-. (Helensburgh). Private 

201937. Died of Wounds, 30/7/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Duncan. B./ Paisley. E. Paisley. (Govan). Private 303023. Killed 

in Action, 20/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Donald. B. Ardgour. E. Ardgour. Private 1114. Killed in Action, 

23/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Daniel. B. Kilchrennan. E. Kilchrennan. (Taynuilt). Private 1126. 

Killed in Action, 15/6/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Duncan. B. Dalmally. E. Oban. (Dalmally). Private 3746. 

Killed in Action, 19/12/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Duncan. B. Inishail. E. Dunoon. (Taynuilt). Private 300696. 

Killed in Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MTsaac, Duncan. B. Campbeltown. E. Dunoon. (Campbeltown). Private 

301303. Died of Wounds, 2/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Keachan, Donald. B. Kilmeny. E. Ballygrant. Private 1664. Died of 

Wounds, 1/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, A. J. B. Bunessan. E. Glasgow. (Bunessan). L/Sergeant 

S/13558. Killed in Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, John. B. Jura. E. Lochgilphead. (Jura). Private 1689. Killed 

in Action, 13/11/16. France and Flanders. 
Maclnnes, John F. B. Lismore. E. Ballachulish. (Glencoe). Private 3372. 

Died, 6/1/16. Home. 

lst/ 9th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Robert. B. Old Kilpatrick. E. Dumbarton. (Duntocher). Private 

2523. Killed in Action, 24/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Alex. B. Dumbarton. E. Dumbarton. L/Sergeant 324. Killed in 

Action, 10/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, William. B. Glasgow. E. Milngavie. (Glasgow). Sergeant 275. 

Killed in Action, 10/5/15. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

Donaldson, Thomas. B. Edinburgh. E. Lochgelly. (Cowdenbeath). Private 

10753. Killed in Action, 8/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacColl, David. B. Aberfoyle. E. Hull. (Dunfermline). Private S/8532. 

Killed in Action, 31/1/16. France and Flanders. 
MacColl, Duncan. B. Morven. E. Glasgow. (Morven). Private S/8086. 

Killed in Action, 15/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, William. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 4/8082. Killed in 

Action, 16/5/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Crorie, Hugh. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Ayr). Private S/15229. Killed 

in Action, 23/8/18. France and Flanders. 



179 



M'Donald, David R. B. Campsie. E. Lennoxtown. Sergeant S/2798. Killed 

in Action, 23/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Ernest. B. Dundee. E. Perth. (Meigle). Private S/ 14464. Killed 

in Action, 14/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, James. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private S/6011. Killed in 

Action, 20/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Cowcaddens. E. Stirling. (Falkirk). Private S/1573. 

Killed in Action, 15/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. . E. Dumbarton. (Clydebank). Private S/40079. 

Killed in Action, 12/10/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John A. B. Kilmany, Bute. E. Lamlash. (Arran). Private 

S/22532. Killed in Action, 23/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Patrick. B. Maryhill. E. Glasgow. Private S/6277. Killed in 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Oban. E. Oban. (Paisley). Private 9572. Killed in 

Action, 23/8/18. France and Flanders. 

B. Dunblane. E. Stirling. Private S/1652. 



Killed in 



M'Donald, William. 

Action, 27/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William. B. . E. Dumbarton. (Arbroath). Private 

S/40080. Died of Wounds, 10/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, William M. B. Falkirk. E. Edinburgh. Private 254189. Killed in 

Action, 29/9/18. France and* Flanders. 
M'Innes, Alex. B. Kilsyth. E. Kilsyth. Private S/4394. Killed in Action, 

18/4/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Christopher A. B. Dunfermline. E. Dumbarton. (Alexandria). 

Private S/14550. Killed in Action, 12/10/17. France and Flanders. 

B. Bonhill. E. Alexandria. (Jamestown). Private S/19690. 



M'Intyre, Daniel. 

Died of Wounds, 
M'Intyre, Harry D. 

Action, 12/10/16. 



10/9/18. France and Flanders. 
B. Granton. E. Edinburgh. Private S/8326. 
France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Shotts. E. Hamilton. Private S/25629. 

Action, 30/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Peter. B. Oban. E. Stirling. (Oban). Private S/4341 

Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, William. B. Cowie. E. Cowie. (Larbert). Private S/2414. 

in Action, 16/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Kean, James Ferguson. B. Slamannan. E. Glasgow. (Marychetta Aber- 
^- T / een) ' A / Cor P° ral 14664 - Kill ed in Action, 23/8/18. France and Flanders 
M Kechnie, Edward. B. Anderston. E. Glasgow. Private S/11496. Killed in 
Action, 6/4/17. France and Flanders. 



Killed in 



Killed in 
Killed in 



Killed 



11th Battalion. 



Donald, Archd. B. 

Action, 22/8/17. 
Donaldson, David. 

Action, 22/8/17. 



Maryculter. E. Stonehaven 
France and Flanders. 
B. Gorbals. E. Glasgow. 
France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, John Living-ston. B. Lanark. E. Alexandria 

in Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Joseph Clark. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private S/10480 
Action, 22/8/17. France and Flanders 



Private S/21165. Killed in 

Private 327088. Killed in 

Private S/40168. Killed 

Killed in 



180 

M'Connell, Thomas. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 327045. Killed in 

Action, 22/8/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Hugh. B. Oban. E. Greenock. L/Corporal S/3954. Killed in 

Action, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, John. B. Tiree. E. Stirling. (Tiree). Private S/40107. Killed 

in Action, 9/4/17. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Malcolm. B. Carlisle. E. Edinburgh. (Carlisle). Private 

S/15448. Killed in Action, 13/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private S/3672. 

Killed in Action, 26/9/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John R. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private S/14969. Killed in 

Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
MTnnes, Donald. B. Lennoxtown. E. Glasgow. Private S/17457. Killed in 

Action, 23/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, William. B. Furnace. E. Stirling. (Furnace). Private S/17644. 

Died of Wounds, 25/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Colin. B. Kilmany. E. Bridgend, Islay. (Ballygrant). Private 

300297. Killed in Action, 26/8/17. France and Flanders. 
MTntyre, William. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Crianlarich). Private S/3511. 

Killed in Action, 31/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M' Isaac, Hugh. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Sergeant S/6868. Killed in Action, 

28/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Malcolm. B. . E. Falkirk. Private 275679. Killed in 

Action, 22/8/17. France and Flanders. 



12th Battalion. 

M'Allister, Thomas. B. Shotts. E. Coatbridge. Private S/5291. Killed in 

Action, 15/3/17. Salonika. 
M'Connell, Alex. B. Old Monkland. E. Coatbridge. Corporal S/5347. Died 

of Wounds, 14/5/17. Salonika. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private S/5737. Killed in Action, 

19/9/18. Salonika. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Inverness. E. Chatham. Private S/4716. Killed in 

Action, 19/9/18. Salonika. 
M'Donald, Henry. B. Moidart, Argyll. E. Stirling. (Dumbarton). Private 

S/4545. Died of Wounds, 22/10/18. Salonika. 
M'Donald, James. B. Falkirk. E. Grangemouth. Private S/7032. Killed in 

Action, 19/9/18. Salonika. 
M'Donald, Robert. B. Muiravonside. E. Falkirk. (Avonbridge). Private 

S/5717. Killed in Action, 11/11/16. Salonika. 
MTntyre, James. B. Govan. E. Govan. Private 1418. Died of Wounds, 

3/10/18. Salonika. 
MTntyre, James. B. Paisley. E. Dumbarton. Private S/5442. Killed in 

Action, 9/5/17. Salonika. 

13th Battalion. 

M'Allister, John. B. New Cumnock. E. Liverpool. (Philadelphia). Private 
3/8021. Died, 25/12/16. Home. 



181 

14th Battalion. 

Donaldson, John. B. Lasswade. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 

277924. Killed in Action, 26/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Henry. B. Paisley. E. Stirling. (Paisley). Private S/40967. 

Killed in Action, 20/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Connell, George R. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private S/13377. Killed in 

Action, 16/7/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Stornoway. E. Glasgow. Private S/11513. Died of 

Wounds, 25/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Andrew. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Kilmarnock). Private 277997. 

Killed in Action, 22/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Burntisland. E. Edinburgh. (Burntisland). Private 

S/14373. Killed in Action, 24/4/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Kilmuir. E. Uig. (Skye). Private S/40863. Died 

of Wounds, 25/3/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, James. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Dunoon). Private S/9093. 

Killed in Action, 7/8/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. . E. Stirling. Private S/24140. Died of Wounds, 

28/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Innes, Matthew. B. . E. Kirkintilloch. Private S/40604. Killed in 

Action, 24/4/17. France and Flanders. 

THE LEINSTER REGIMENT (ROYAL CANADIANS). 

Officer. 
M'Donnell, John. Lieutenant Colonel. Killed in Action, 29, 9//18 . 

Rank and File. 
2nd Battalion. 

M'Connell, James. B. Tipperary. E. Tipperary. Private G856. Killed in 

Action, 20/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Henry. B. Birr, King's Co. E. Birr. L/Corporal 8401. Killed in 

Action, 28/10/14. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Kildare. E. Portarlington, Queen's Co. L/Corporal 7197. 

Killed in Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Matthew. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. (Dublin). Corporal 2732. Killed 

in Action, 3/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, James. B. Calry, Co. Sligo. E. Dublin. Private 18324. Killed in 

Action, 4/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 7114 Connaught Rangers). 
M'Donnell, James. B. Kells, Co. Meath. E. Navan. Private 7435. Died of 

Wounds, 5/4/15 France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Patrick. B. Navan. E. Drogheda. Private 4239. Killed in Action, 

23/8/16. France and Flanders. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Connell, John. B. Shankhill. E. Belfast. A/L/Sergeant 2313. Killed in 
Action, 27/6/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 13167 Royal Irish 
Fusiliers). 

M'Donald, Richard. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 708. Killed in Action, 
9/9/16. France and Flanders. 



182 



M'Crory, John. B. Belfast. 
26/2/16. Home. 



Depot. 

E. Belfast. 



(Belfast). Private 3332. Died, 



E. Limerick. (Limerick). 



ROYAL MUNSTER FUSILIERS. 

1st Battalion. 

Donald, George. B. Portsmouth. E. Gosport. (Portsmouth). Private 10515. 

Killed in Action, 21/8/15. Gallipoli. (Formerly 6435 Lancers of the Line). 
M'Donnell, Michael. B. St. Michaels, Limerick. E. Limerick. (Limerick). 

Private 6258. Died, 19/2/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Michael. B. Galway. E. Cork. L/Corporal 8968. Killed in Action, 

21/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Patrick. B. Shanagolden, Co. Limerick. E. Merthyr, Glam. Private 

3461. Killed in Action, 18/11/16. France and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

M' Donald, Peter. B. Togher, Co. Louth. E. Drogheda. (Drogheda). Private 

14115. Killed in Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 8907 

Royal Irish Rifles). 
M'Donnell, Francis. B. St. Michaels, Limerick. 

Private 4433. Died of Wounds, 4/7/16. Home. 
M'Donnell, Thomas. B. Dublin. R. Tralee, Co. Kerry. 

Killed in Action, 27/8/11. France and Flanders. 
M'Hugh, John. B. Oldham, Lanes. E. St. Helens. 

Killed in Action, 4/12/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Hugh, Michael. B. St. Anns, Cork. E. Cork. (Cork). 

in Action, 15/11/14. France and Flanders. 
M'llwrath, Robert. B. Belfast. E. Stirling. (Belfast). Private 337. Died of 

Wounds, 14/7/16. France and Flanders. 

6th Battalion. 

M'Allister, Charles. B. Campsie, Stirling. E. Kirkintilloch. (Milton of Campsie). 

Private 1178. Died of Wounds, 22/8/ 15. Gallipoli. 
M'Coll, . B. Mossend. E. Hamilton. (Bellshill). Private 665. Killed in 

Action, 4/10/16. Greek Macedonia. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Edward. B. St. Thomas, Dublin. E. Dublin. (Dublin). Private 
5353. Killed in Action, 17/8/15. Gallipoli. (Formerly 20426 R. Innis. Fus.). 

M'Grory, Edward. B. . E. Omagh. (Mount Charles, Co. Donegal). 

Private 5339. Killed in Action, 17/8/15. Gallipoli. (Formerly 18059 
R. Innis. Fus.). 



(Dublin). 
(Salford). 



Private 7488. 



Private 582. 



Private 7304. Killed 



M'Donnell, John. B. Kilrush. 
Wounds, 14/10/16. Home. 



8th Battalion. 

E. Ennis. (Kilrush). 



Private 4437. Died of 



183 



ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS. 

Officer. 
(9) M'Allister, Charles. A/Captain. Killed in Action, 27/5/18. 

Rank and File. 
1st Battalion. 

Donald, James. B. Tipleronan, Co. Donegal. E. Hamilton. (Lochnacriran,. 

Co. Donegal). Private 17620. Killed in Action, 8/11/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donald, John. B. Kingstown, Co. Dublin. E. Naas. (Kingstown. Private 

10296. Died, 3/6/15. Gallipoli. 
M'Donnell, Pat. B. Dublin. E. Naas. (Dublin). Private 8994. Killed in 

Action, 28/6/16. France and Flanders, 
M'Donnell, Pat. B. Doocastle, Co. Sligo. E. Richmond, York. (Doocastle). 

Private 22462. Died of Wounds, 31/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Elrath, Robert Harper. B. Shankhill. E. Belfast. Private 25459. Died of 

Wounds, 21/10/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intvre, George. B. . E. Denny. (Coleraine). A/Corporal 21262. 

Died of Wounds, 6/10/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Peter. B. Castlebar, Co. Mavo. E. Bolton. Private 19204. Killed in 

Action, 7/8/15. Gallipoli. 

2nd Battalion. 

M'Donald, John William. B. Colne, Lanes. E. Nelson. (Briarfield). Private 

28738. Died of Wounds, 10/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 9443. Killed in Action, 

26/4/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas Leo. B. Stockport. E. Stockport. Private 26552. Killed in 

Action, 9/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Chris. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. L/Sergeant 5615. 

14/1/15. France and Flanders. 

Dublin. Private 8982. 



Killed in Action, 



Dublin. Private 8848. 



M'Donnell, James. B. Dublin. E. 

24/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Patrick. B. Dublin. E. 

24/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, James. B. Donabate, Co. Dublin. E. Dublin. 

Died of Wounds, 30/5/18. France and Flanders. 

6th Battalion. 



Killed in Action, 
Killed in Action, 
L/Corporal 24423. 



M'Donald, Harry. B. Clerkenwell. E. Holborn. Private 14379. Killed in 
Action, 9/8/15. Gallipoli. (Formerly 13083 Wilts Regiment). 

M'Donnell, James. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. (Leighlinbridge, Co. Carlow). 
Private 13099. Killed in Action, 9/8/15. Gallipoli. 

M'Grory, James. B. Cambusnethan. E. Hamilton. (Blantyre). Private 13493. 
Died, 19/7/16. Balkans. 

7th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Charles. B. Brooklyn, N.Y. E. Dublin. Private 14395. Killed in 

Action, 16/8/15. Gallipoli. 
Ronaldson, George Eric. B. Leixlip, Co. Kildare. E. Dublin. (Leixlip). Private 

14139. Killed in Action, 16/8/15. Balkans. 



184 

8th Battalion. 

M'Donnell, Patrick. B. Donore, Co. Meath. E. Drogheda. Private 23642. 

Killed in Action, 9/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Thomas. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 24583. Killed in Action, 

27/4/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Hugh, Stephen. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 7480. Killed in Action, 

29/4/16. France and Flanders. 

9th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Alexander. B. Laytown, Co. Meath. E. Dublin. (Laytown). 

Private 25115. Killed in Action, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Laurence. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 19378. Died of Wounds, 

2/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Hugh, Thomas. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. (Dumbarton). Private 17537. 

Killed in Action, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. 



10th Battalion. 

M'Donnell, Michael. B. Dublin. E. Dublin. Private 25604. 
23/4/17. France and Flanders. 



Killed in Action, 



THE RIFLE BRIGADE. 
1st Battalion. 



Newport. E. Newport. (Newport, Isle of 
Killed in Action, 19/12/14. France and 



M'Donald, Walter Stanley. B 

Wight). L/Sergeant 3296 

Flanders. 
M'Donall, Albert George. B. Battersea, Surrey. E. Holborn, Middlesex. 

(Camden Town). Rifleman S/21511. Killed in Action, 23/10/16. France 

and Flanders. 

2nd Battalion. 

MacDonald, Alfred George. B. Hacknev. E. Stratford. (Hackney). Rifleman 

S/34225. Died of Wounds, 1/4/18. ' France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Richard James Watson. B. Belfast. E. North Finchley. (Finchley, 

Middlesex) Corporal S/37281. Killed in Action, 21/8/18. France and 

Flanders. (Formerly M/225400 R.A.S.C). 
M'Donald, Frederick. B. Lambeth, Surrey. E. Tottenham, Middlesex. 

(Kennington, Surrey). Rifleman S/18164. Killed in Action, 19/11/17. 

France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Bow. E. Stratford, Essex. (Bow, Middlesex). Rifleman 

5/61. Killed in Action, 21/4/17. France and Flanders. 

3rd Battalion. 

Donald, Thomas William. B. Bow, Stratford, Essex. (Clerkenwell). Rifleman 

5088. Killed in Action, 23/ 10 '14. France and Flanders. 
MacAlister, Ernest George. B. Westminster. E. Finsbury. (Holloway). 

Rifleman Z/2616. Killed in Action, 13/7/15. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, William. B. Liverpool. E. Poplar, Middlesex. (Custom House, 

Essex). Rifleman S/12833. Died of Wounds, 16/2/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Allister, Charles Edward. B. Forton, Hants. E. Portsmouth. (Stamshaw, 

Hants). Rifleman, 5526. Killed in Action, 12/7/15. France and Flanders. 



185 

7th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Joseph. B. Dublin. E. London. (Dublin). Rifleman S/11736. 
Killed in Action, 30/7/15. France and Flanders. (Formerly GS/4400 9th 
Lancers). 

MacDonald, Walter Matthew. B. Winton, Hants. E. Christchurch. (Bourne- 
mouth). L/Corporal B '203018. Killed in Action, 15/9/16. France and 
Flanders. (Formerly R, 17257 K.R.R.C). 

Sth Battalion. 

M'Donald, David Paterson. B. Walsall. E. Birmingham. (Birmingham). 
Rifleman Z/2524. Killed in Action, 30/7/15. France and Flanders. 

9th Battalion. 

M'Donald, Andrew. B. Newtownards. E. Newtownards. (Newtownards). 
Rifleman S/12900. Killed in Action, 6/1/16. France and Flanders. 

10th Battalion. 

M'Allister, John Frances. B. Hull. E. Hull. Rifleman S/5598. Killed in 

Action, 18/9/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Frederick James. B. Hackney. E. Stratford, Essex. (Hackney). 

Rifleman S/28153. Killed in Action, 14/8/17. France and Flanders. 

(Formerly R/31229 K.R.R.C). 

13th Battalion. 

M'Connell, Lamech. B. Borrowash. E. Derby. (Borrowash). L/Corporal 
S/31619. Killed in Action, 4/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly C/ 6882 
K.R.R.C). 

23rd North Western Battalion T.F. 

M'Hugh, James. B. . E. Liverpool. (Liverpool). Rifleman 208. Died, 

1/1/16. Home. (Formerly 23069 3/5 Liverpool Regiment). 

MACHINE GUN CORPS. TANK CORPS. 

Officer. 

Maclntyre, Ian Campbell. Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 22/11/17. (Attached 
Cameron Highlanders). 

Territorial Officers Attached M.G.C. 

M'Alister, George Howden. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 24/8/16. (5th 
Royal Scots Fusiliers). 

Rank and File. 

Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry). 

MacDonald, Hugh. B. Lochboisdale. E. Stirling. (South Uist, Inverness). 
Private 41761. Killed in Action, 5/7/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 
10499 3rd Hussars). 3 



186 

Tanks Corp. 

MacDonald, Ronald. B. St. Patrick's, Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 304239. 

Killed in Action, 25/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 40449 Royal 

Scots). 
M'Donald, John. B. Fraserburgh. E. Aberdeen. (Aberdeen). L/Corporal 

75220. Killed in Action, 22/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 8255 

Gordon Highlanders). 
M'Intyre, Allan. B. Dumbarton. E. Greenock. Sergeant 205608. Died, 

1/12/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 1789 Machine Gun Corps). 

Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). 

Donald, Alex. B. Bellie, Elgin. E. Glasgow. Private 16619. Died, 10/3/17. 

France and Flanders. (Formerly S/2855 Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders). 
Donald, John. B. Lanark. E. Lusignan, British Guiana. Private 27819. 

Killed in Action, 26/8/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 27024 High- 
land Light Infantry). 
Donald, William. B. Old Monkland. E. Coatbridge. Sergeant 22195. Died 

of; Wounds, 16/6/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5031 Gordon 

Highlanders). 
Donaldson, Adam. B. Dundonald, Co. Armagh. E. Rutherglen. Private 

85849. Killed in Action, 22/9/17. France and Flanders. 
Donaldson, Guthrie. B. . E. Dumfries. Private 44302. Killed in 

Action, 22/9/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2600 K.O.S.B.). 
Donaldson, John. B. Milnathort. E. Alloa. (Milnathort). Private 4643. 

Died of Wounds, 6/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly S/12132 A. & 

S. H.). 
Donaldson, William. B. Slamannan. E. Coatbridge. L/Corporal 18545. 

Died of Wounds, 15/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 16961 H.L.J.). 
MacDonald, Alex. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. Private 88120. Died of Wounds, 

21/9/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4443 A. & S. H.). 
MacDonald, Donald. B. Erskine. E. Exeter. Sergeant 36380. Died of 

Wounds, 16/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 16881 Devon 

Regiment). 
Mar-Donald, Donald Archd. B. Inverness. E. Glasgow. Sergeant 15184. 

Died of Wounds, 14/10/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 8718 

Camerons). 
MacDonald, Duncan. B. Petty, Inverness. E. Elgin. (Killearnan). Corporal 

53500. Killed in Action, 'l/7/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 3197 

Seaforth Highlanders). 
MacDonald, George. B. . E. Falkirk. (Watten). Private 37354. 

Died of Wounds, 15/9/16. (Formerly 3065 Seaforth Highlanders). 
MacDonald, Harry. B. . E. Glasgow. Private 120611. Killed in 

Action, 27/8/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2685 H.L.I. ). 
MacDonald, Hector. B. Barony. E. Hamilton. (Anderston). Private 16148. 

Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 8700 Seaforths). 
MacDonald, James Francis. B. Burnley, Lancashire. E. Nelson. (Burnlev). 

Sergeant 88767. Killed in Action, 9/9/19. Russia. (Formerly T/36003 

R.A.S.C). 
MacDonald, John. B. . E. Golspie, Sutherland. Private 140395. 

Killed in Action, 25/10/18. (Formerly 1056 Seaforths). 



187 

MacDonald, Robert. B. Rothesay. E. Rothesay. Private 103867. Died of 

Wounds, 15/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 19620 A. & S. H.). 
Maclntyre, Alexander. B. Killin. E. Dumbarton. (Arrochar). Private 98056. 

Killed in Action, 30/11/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 31857 Scottish 

Rifles). 
M'Allister, James. B. Glasgow. E. Bridgeton. (Glasgow). Private 27975. 

Killed in Action, 7/10/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 13002 A. & 

S. H.). 
M'Allister, William. B. Dumfries. E. Dumfries. (Thornhill). Private 132181. 

Killed in Action, 30/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, James Henry Edwin. B. . E. Barrow-in-Furness. (Earlsfield). 

Private 102969. Died of Wounds, 27/10/18. France and Flanders.. 

(Formerly 51510 London Regiment). 
M'Coll, John. B. . E. Preston. (Bolton). Private 63474. Died of 

Wounds, 24/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 9729 N. Lancashire 

Regiment). 
M'Coll, John Blair. B. Liverpool. E. Dewsbury. Private 89656. Killed in 

Action, 20/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Coll, Peter. B. . E. Dumbarton. L/Corporal 16636. Killed in 

Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 6215 A. & S. H.). 
M'Connell, George. B. . E. Clydebank. Private 129719. Killed in 

Action, 27/8/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 22505 A. & S. H.). 
M' Donald, Alex. B. Saltend, Yorks. E. Hull. Private 30745. Killed in 

Action, 30/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 22406 E. Yorkshire 

Regiment). 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Kirriemuir. E. Kirriemuir. Private 67002. Died of 

Wounds, 18/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 12919 Royal High- 
landers). 
M'Donald, Andrew. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. L/Corporal 4598. Died of 

Wounds, 6/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 12887 A. & S. H.). 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Kilmarnock. E. Kilmarnock. L/Corporal 57741. 

Killed in Action, 12/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 8072 Royal 

Scots Fusiliers). 
M'Donald, Angus. B. Kinlochleven. E. Stirling. (Kinlochleven). Private 

119163. Killed in Action, 27/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

2175 A. & S. H.). 
M'Donald, Arthur Henry Logan. B. Chatham. E. Liverpool. Private 97901. 

Killed in Action, 17/8/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 59345 Liverpool 

Regiment). 
M'Donald, Clarence. B. Kilmarnock. E. Bristol. Private 25436. Killed in 

Action, 23/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 21766 Gloucestershire 

Regiment). 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Kilmuir, Inverness. E. Glasgow. Private 126067. 

Killed in Action, 21/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 18982 Gordon 

Highlanders). 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Rattray. E. Perth. (Blairgowrie). Private 138913. 

Died of Wounds, 27/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 11576 

Gordon Highlanders). 
M'Donald, Edward. B. Blackburn. E. Blackburn. Private 85112. Killed in 

Action, 4/6/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5687 Royal Lancashire 

Regiment) . 



188 

M'Donald, George. B. Paisley. E. Alexandria. Private 99603. Killed in 

Action, 6/12/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 19209 A. & S. H.). 
M'Donald, Richard. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 62194. Killed in 

Action, 25/3/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 28400 H.L.I.). 
M'Donald, Robert Henry. B. Manchester. E. Manchester. Private 128447. 

Died of Wounds, 13/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 360276 

Liverpool Regiment). 
M'Donald, Walter James. B. Glasgow. E. Southwark. Corporal 52870. 

Killed in Action, 14/5/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2833 Royal 

Bucks Hussars). 
M'Donald, William. B. Turriff. E. Aberdeen. Private 86213. Killed in 

Action, 9/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 30023 Scottish Rifles). 
M'Donell, James. B. Leeds. E. Manchester. (Salford). Corporal 27757. 

Killed in Action, 19/7/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 17718 West 

Riding Regiment). 
M'Donnell, John B. B. Blanchardstown, Co. Dublin. E. Athlone. (Blan- 

chardstown). Private 73130. Died, 10/10/18. At Sea. (Formerly 16378 

Royal Dublin Fusiliers). 
M'Hugh, Frank. B. Salford. E. Manchester. Private 26492. Killed in 

Action, 14/11/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4729 Royal Fusiliers). 
MTnnes, Alex. B. Sleat. E. Beaufort. Corporal 49691. Died of Wounds, 

3/1/18. Mesopotamia. (Formerly 2249 Lovats Scouts). 
M'Innes, Donald. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. L/Corporal 16912. Killed in 

Action, 4/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 11731 K.O.S.B.). 
M'Hrath, Robert Allan. B. Keady, Co. Armagh. E. Monaghan. (Keady). 

Private 17798. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

16126 Royal Irish Fusiliers). 
MTntyre, Donald. B. . E. Canning Town. (Custom House). Private 

4593. Killed in Action, 10/6/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 18355 

Scottish Rifles). 
MTntyre, Ernest. B. Barrowford, Lanes. E. Burnley. (Barrowford). Private 

63977. Killed in Action, 21/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 4242 

East Lane. Regiment). 
M'Intyre, Peter. B. Blair Atholl. E. Inverness. (Dalnaspidal). Private 

4071. Killed in Action, 3/5/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 13124 

Gordon Highlanders). 
MTntyre, James, M.M. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 30184. Killed in 

Action, 25/4/17. (Formerly 5057 H.L.I.). 
MTntyre, Robert. B. St. Giles, Edinburgh. E. Edinburgh. Private 20955. 

Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5635 Royal 

Munster Fusiliers). 
MTntyre, William. B. Muirkirk. E. Ayr. (Muirkirk). Private 122222. 

Killed in Action, 24/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 241918 Royal 

Scots Fusiliers). 
M'Larty, John. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. Private 49808. Died of Wounds, 

1/11/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 2417 H.L.I.). 



189 

HON. ARTILLERY COMPANY. LONDON REGIMENT. 
INNS OF COURT O.T.C. 

Officers. 

8th (City of London) Battalion. (Post Office Rifles). 

M'Allister, Robert. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed in Action, 30/10/17. 

15th (County of London). Prince of Wales's Own Civil Service Rifles. 

MacDonald, John Stewart. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 5/7/18. 

20th (County of London). (Blackheath and Woolwich). 

Donaldson, Herbert Graham. 2nd Lieutenant. Died, 16/2/18. (Attached R.F.C.). 

Rank and File. 

Section 1. 

1st (City of London) Battalion. (Attached Royal Fusiliers). 

MacDonald, Joseph. B. Dumbarton. E. Glasgow. (Dalmuir). L/Corporal 

229456. Died of Wounds, 24/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 66 

L.F.A., R.A.M.C.). 
Macintyre, Ian. B. Dalkeith. E. Handel Street. (Southwark). Corporal 276. 

Killed in Action, 15/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Allan. B. Kirkdale. E. Bootle. (Bootle). Private 228471. Killed 

in Action, 23/9/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 6979 Yorkshire 

Regiment). 

2nd Battalion. 

Maclnnes, Roy. B. . E. Westminster. (Hounslow). Corporal 2568. 

Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Edward Francis. B. . E. Westminster. (Streatham). 

Private 2204. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

3rd Battalion. 

MacDonal, Alexander. B. Paddington. E. Harrow Road. (Paddington). 
Private 3289. Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 

4th Battalion. 

MacDonald, William Edward. B. Hackney, Wick. E. Shaftesbury Street, N. 
(Homerton). Private 281888. Killed in Action, 16/8/17. France and 
Flanders. 

9th Battalion (County of London) Queen Victoria's Rifles. (Attached K.R.R.C). 

Donaldson, William Herbert Ross. B. . E. London. (Gateshead). 

Rifleman 394409. Died, 2/2/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 5612 8th 

London Regiment). 
M'Kechnie, James Agamemnon. B. Aberdeen. E. Stratford. Rifleman 7028. 

Killed in Action, 9/10/16. France and Flanders. (Formerly 3743 25th London 

Regiment). 



190 

12th (County of London) Battalion. The Rangers. 

M'Donald, Edward. B. . E. London. (Dalkeith). Sergeant 4087. 

Killed in Action, 9/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Ernest. B. . E. London. (St. Marys, Scilly Isles). Rifleman 

471690. Killed in Action, 27/11/17. France and Flanders. 

13th Battalion. (Princess Louise's Kensington). 

MacDonald, Charles Edward. B. Aberdeen. E. Kensington. (Kensington). 

Sergeant 490026. Died of Wounds, 16/8/17. France and Flanders. 
Machenry, George Leonard. B. . E. Kensington. (Shepherds Bush). 

Private 2722. Killed in Action, 9/5/15. France and Flanders. 

15th Battalion Prince of Wales's Own Civil Service Rifles. 

MacDonald, Gilbert Dacre. B. Woking. E. Woking. Private 536682. Died of 
Wounds, 28/11/17. France and Flanders. 

16th Battalion Queen's Westminster. 

M'Donald, Arthur Patrick. B. Southwark. E. Southwark. Rifleman 5398. 

Killed in Action, 10/9/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Francis Peter. B. . E. Westminster. (Castleblayney). 

Rifleman 4851. Killed in Action, 14/4/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 

2679 2nd London Regiment). 
M'Intyre, Leslie. B. . E. Westminster. Rifleman 554477. Killed in 

Action, 14/4/17. France and Flanders). (Formerly 2692 2nd London Reg.). 

8th City of London P.O. Rifles. (Attached Rifle Brigade). 

M'Donald, William. B. Bow. E. Stratford. (East Ham). Rifleman 375141. 

Died of Wounds, 7/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Alexander. B. Oban. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Corporal 371106. 

Killed in Action, 1/6/17. France and Flanders. 

28th (County of London) Battalion. (Artists Rifles). 

MacDonald, Ronald Francis Keith. B. Newport, Co. Tipp. E. Gaver Street, 
W.C. (London). Private 767182. Died 25/12/17. Home. 

7th (City of London) Battalion. (Attached Middlesex Regiment). 

M'Kechnie, Henry William. E. Sun Street. (Pimlico). L/Corporal 350993. 
Killed in Action, 7/6/17. France and Flanders. 

20th (County of London) Battalion. Blackheath and Woolwich. (Attached 

Royal West Kent Regiment). 

M'Donald, George. B. . E. Blackheath. (Catford, S.E.). Sergeant 

631223. Died of Wounds, 19/11/17. Egyptian Expeditionary Force. 

M'Intyre, Frances Hugh. B. E. Blackheath. (Forest Hill). Private 

2524. Killed in Action, 27/10/15. France and Flanders. 



191 

21st Battalion First Surrey Regiment. 

M'Donald, George. B. Stepney. E. Stratford. (Mile End). Rifleman 655705. 
Killed in Action, 1/9/18. France and Flanders. 

23rd (County of London) Battalion. 

MacDonald, Victor. B. Tottenham. E. Oxford Street, W. (Tottenham). 

Private 702610. Killed in Action, 28/3/18. Egyptian Expeditionary Force. 
MacDonald, William Frederick. B. Willesden. E. Leyton. (Leyton). Private 

701929. Killed in Action, 26/5/15. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Peter. E. Clapham Junction. (Battersea). Private 4501. Killed in 

Action, 26/10/15. France and Flanders. 

14th (County of London) Battalion. (London Scottish). (Attached Gordon 

Highlanders). 

MacDonald, Alastair. B. Hallkirk. E. Woolwich. (Hallkirk). Private 513494. 

Died of Wounds, 29/9/18. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alexander. B. . E. London. (Hampstead). Corporal 2310. 

Killed in Action, 1/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Charles. B. . E. Perth. (Perth). Private 6989. Died of 

Wounds, 18/10/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Kenneth Stewart. B. Richmond. E. London. (London). Corporal 

1534. Died of Wounds, 13/11/14. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Hugh Leonard. B. . E. London. (Surbiton). Private 4348. 

Died of Wounds, 21/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. . E. London. (Aberfeldy). Private 512205. Died 

of Wounds, 2/8/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas John Mays, M.M. B. . E. London. (Bowes Park). 

Corporal 510364. Died of Wounds, 7/5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'lntyre, Douglas John. B. . E. Bromley. (Forest Hill). Private 6657. 

Killed in Action, 19/9/16. France and Flanders. 

18th (County of London) Battalion. (London Irish). (Attached Royal Irish 

Rifles). 

MacDonald, James. B. Kiltarlity. E. Chelsea. (South Kensington). L/Corporal 
1701. Killed in Action, 25/9/15. France and Flanders. 

HERTFORDSHIRE REGIMENT. ARMY CYCLIST CORPS. 

ROYAL DEFENCE CORPS. 

Hertfordshire Regiment. 

M'Kean, Andrew. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 270535. 
Killed in Action, 30/10/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 3164 London 
Regiment). 

Army Cyclist Corps. 

Officer. 

M'Donald, Harry Alexander. Captain. Died, 5/2/18. 



192 

Army Cycust Corps. 

M'Donald, Charles. B. Stockport, Ches. E. Stockport. Private 19974. Died 
of Wounds, 7/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 359 Welsh Division 
Cyclist Corps). 

Royal Defence Corps. 

M'Donald, Adam. B. Leith. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Private 75825. 

Died, 1/9/18. Home. (Formerly 4278 Royal Scots). 
M'Donald, Archd. B. . E. Haddington. (Prestonpans). Private 9126. 

Died, 18/4/18. Home. (Formerly 20012 Royal Scots). 



ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS. 

Rank and File. 

Donaldson, James. B. Glasgow. E. Perth. (Perth). Private . Died, 

2/6/16. East Africa. 
M'Allister, John. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Campbeltown). Private MS/2750. 

Died, 3/9/18. East Africa. 
M'Donald, Albert Stanley. B. Chelsea. E. Hammersmith. (Chiswick). Private 

T4/ 145327. Died, 23/8/17. East Africa. 
M'Donald, Alex. B. Abbeyhill, Midlothian. E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). 

Private T4/083263. Died, 16/7/18. India. 
M'Donald, Charles Henry. B. Durham. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. (Durham). 

Driver T/37107. Died, 13/2/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Farr. E. Inverness. (Inverness). Driver T4/185840. 

Died, 15/10/18. Balkans. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. Balfron. E. Stirling. (Balfron). Private M2/ 188095. 

Died, 30/9/17. Home. 
M'Donald, Frank. B. Lanchester. E. Durham. (Consett). Driver T/33285. 

Died, 31/8/15. At Sea. (Formerly 6th Durham Light Infantry). 
M'Donald, George. B. Pencaitland, Haddington. E. London. (Pathheadford). 

Private M2/051245. Died, 27/10/15. Home. 
M'Donald, George. B. . E. Edinburgh. (Edinburgh). Driver 

T4/210403. Died, 4/9/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Hugh Mackenzie. B. Edinburgh. E. Ottawa, Canada. (Ottawa). 

Private M2/ 152718. Died, 14/3/18. East Africa. 
M'Donald, James. B. Inverness. E. Nairn. (Inverness). Driver Tl/2982. 

Killed in Action, 30/11/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John. B. Jamestown. E. Glasgow. (Jamestown). Private 

S/310242. Died, 18/12/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Joseph. B. Glasgow. E. Birkenhead. (Birkenhead). A/Sergeant 

T/21785. Died, 22/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Murdoch. B. Partick. E. Inverness. (Inverness). A/L/Corporal 

DM2/189242. Died, 4/5/17. At Sea. 
M'Donald, Peter. B. Rahan, King's County. E. Dublin. (Tullamore). Private 

M2/102018. Died, 21/1/16. Home. 
M'Donald, Reginald Allan. B. Ramsgate. E. London. (Dorking). Private 

M2/106194. Died of W T ounds, 9/5/18. France and Flanders. 



193 



Driver 



M'Donald, Robert. B. Hamilton. E. Hamilton. 

T3/026241. Died, 29/11/16. Balkans. 
M'Donald, William. B. Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. 

T/171. Died, 1/1/15. Home. 
M'Donald, William John. B. Annfield, Dumfries. 

D.M. 2/164863. Private. Died, 19/1/17. Mesopotamia. 
M'Innes, John. B. Portree. E. Portree. (Portree). A/Sergeant S/29378. 

Killed in Action, 25/8/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 157 Cameron 

Highlanders). 
M'Innes, John. B. Appin, Argyll. E. 

M2/049118. Killed in Action, 11/1/16. 
M'Innes, Martin. B. Onich. E. Glasgow. 

Died, 21/7/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Intyre, Arthur. B. Bothwell, Lanarkshire. 

Driver T/325083. Died, 3/5/17. Home. 
M'Intyre, James. B. Lochee. E. Dundee. (Lochee). Driver T/23584. 

Died, 26/11/14. France and Flanders. (Formerly 3rd Black Watch). 
M'Kechnie, Colin Campbell. B. Tarbert, Argyll. E. London. (Burton-on- 

Trent). Sergeant M2/021943. Died, 1/11/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Kechnie, Robert Jack. B. Govan. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 

D.M. 2/164658. Died, 22/6/16. Home. 
M'Kechnie, John Cameron. B. . E. London. (Wood Green). Private 

M/408889. Died, 25/10/18. Home. 



(Uddingston). 

(Aberdeen). Driver 
E. Carlisle. (Carlisle). 



London. (Kentallen). Private 

France and Flanders. 
(Glasgow). Private DM2/190553. 



E. Hamilton. (Glasgow). 



ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS. 

Officers. 

Donaldson, James. Captain (Tp.). Died, 5/12/18. 

M'Connell, William Gardiner. Captain (Tp.). Died of Wounds, 13/10/17. 

(Attached 10th Yorkshire and Lancashire Regiment). 
MacDonald, Walter Halle-Burton. Lieutenant (Tp.). Died, 22/1/16. (Attached 

No. 2 Section Forth Defence). 
M'Entire, James Thomas. Major (A/Lieutenant Colonel). Died, 29/10/18. 

Rank and File. 

Donald, Andrew. B. Aberdeen. E. Glasgow. Sergeant 73952. Died, 29/8/17. 

Mesopotamia. 
Donald, William. B. Airdrie, Lanark. E. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Sergeant 

25710. Died, 4/2/15. Home. 
Donaldson, Daniel. B. Motherwell. E. Hamilton. Private 2711. Died of 

Wounds, 26/11/14. France and Flanders. (Formerly 7847 S.R.). 
Donaldson, Henry George. B. Newington, Middlesex. E. London. (Peckham). 

Private 63803. Killed in Action, 20/7/17. Palestine. 
Donaldson, John. B. Alva. E. Alloa. (Alva). Private 60204. Died, 28/4/16. 

Home. 
MacDonald, Ewen. B. North Uist. E. Perth. (Dunkeld). Private 56200. 

Died of Wounds, 5/10/15. Gallipoli. 
MacDonald, John. B. Inverness. E. Inverness. Private 90334. Died, 15/4/17. 

At Sea. 
MacDonald, Neil. B. Jarrow. E. Middlesboro'. Sergeant 40683. Killed in 

Action, 1/5/18. France and Flanders. 



194 

M'Allister, Sam. B. Dublin. E. Belfast. Private 52762. Died of Wounds, 

15//5/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, John Robinson. B. Doolargy, Ireland. E. Liverpool. Private 

70290. Killed in Action, 28/3/18. France and Flanders. 
M'Donnell, Patrick. B. Dublin. E. Glasgow. Private 8283. Killed in Action, 

29/12/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Hugh, Edgar. B. Shaw, Lancashire. E. Shaw. Private 102437. Killed in 

Action, 11/5/17. France and Flanders. 

T.F. 

Donaldson, William. B. Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. Private 1477. Killed in 

Action, 28/7/16. France and Flanders. 
MacDonald, Alex. B. . E. Shildon, Co. Durham. A/Corporal 1917. 

Killed in Action, 27/10/16. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Duncan. B. St. Clement's, Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. Private 303019. 

Died of Wounds, 3/8/17. France and Flanders. 
M'Donald, Thomas Murray. B. . E. Edinburgh. Private 320222. 

Killed in Action, 13/10/17. France and Flanders. 

ROYAL ARMY CHAPLAIN'S DEPARTMENT. LABOUR CORPS ARMY 
ORDNANCE. ROYAL ARMY VETERINARY CORPS. ROYAL ARMY 
PAY CORPS. CORPS OF ARMY SCHOOLMASTER. CHANNEL ISLES 
MILITIA. CORPS OF MOUNTED AND FOOT POLICE. CORPS OF 
SMALL ARMS SCHOOL. MILITARY PROVOST. NON COMBATANT 
CORPS. QUEEN MARY'S ARMY AUXILIARY CORPS. SPECIAL 
LISTS. KING'S AFRICAN RIFLES. 

Labour Corps. 

Donald, Alex. B. B. Uddingston. E. Hamilton. (Motherwell). Private 2534. 

Killed in Action, 1/6/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 13591 Royal 

Highlanders). 
Donaldson, William. B. Stirling. E. Glasgow. Sergeant 118042. Killed in 

Action, 19/5/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 11605 Royal Scots). 
M'Allister, George B. B. Glasgow. E. Glasgow. (Glasgow). Private 566818. 

Died, 19/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 9367 Seaforths). 
M'Allister, Joseph. B. Belfast. E. Belfast. Private 421489. Died, 24/1/18. 

France and Flanders. (Formerly 10786 Royal Irish Rifles). 
M'Coll, Archd. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Musselburgh). Private 586695. 

Died, 19/5/18. Home. (Formerly 9379 Scottish Rifles). 
M'Coll, John. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 219. Died, 6/12/17. France 

and Flanders. (Formerly 18579 Royal Scots Fusiliers). 
M'Donald, Alex. B. St. Nicholas, Aberdeen. E. Aberdeen. Private 7683. 

Killed in Action, 9/1/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 19300 Seaforth 

Highlanders). 
M'Donald, Donald. B. Stornoway. E. Stornoway. Corporal 7214. Died of 

Wounds, 24/4/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 671 Seaforths). 
M'Donald, Donald. B. North Uist. E. Balebone. (Knockline, Lochmaddy, 

North Uist). Private 115074. Killed in Action, 30/10/17. France and 

Flanders. (Formerly 13504 Seaforth Highlanders). 



195 

M'Donald, James. B. Ashton-under-Lyne. E. Manchester. Private 47700. 

Died, 31/12/17. France and Flanders. (Formerly 49521 Royal Warwick 

Fusiliers). 
M'Donald, John. B. Kenmay. E. Aberdeen. (Backhill, Castle Fraser, Kenmay). 

Private 245483. Died, 23/3/18. Home. (Formerly 135448 R.G.A.). 
M'Donald, James. B. Glasgow. E. Paisley. Private 316770. Died, 19/3/18. 

Home. (Formerly 8138 H.L.I.). 
M'Donald, Matthew. B. Liverpool. E. Kendal. Private 528784. Died, 

12/10/18. Home. (Formerly 12572 Border Regiment). 
M'Donald, Palmer. B. Kensington. E. Willisden. (Shepherd's Bush). 

Sergeant 619113. Died, 26/9/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 38785 

R.G.A.). 
M'Donald, William. B. Glasgow. E. Stratford, Essex. Private 70053. Killed 

in Action, 29/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 28337 Bedfordshire 

Regiment). 
M'Donald, William. B. . E. Elgin. Private 233247. Died, 6/11/17. 

Home. (Formerly 2989 Seaforths). 
M'Innes, Hugh. B. Bridgeton. E. Glasgow. (Gallowgate, Glasgow). Private 

380579. Died, 13/3/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 28552 R.S.F.). 
M'Innes, Malcolm B. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. Private 8676. Died, 29/8/17. 

France and Flanders. (Formerly 20792 Seaforth Highlanders). 
M'Hugh, Joseph. B. . E. Leeds. Private 169860. Died, 7/6/17. 

Home. (Formerly 4631 West Yorkshire Regiment). 
M'Intyre, James. B. Glenalmond. E. Perth. (Newburgh). Private 389734. 

Died, 7/11/18. Home. (Formerly 19083 A. & S. H.). 
Macintyre, John. B. Barrhead. E. Barrhead. Private 387010. Died, 9/7/18. 

France and Flanders. (Formerly 21706 Seaforth Highlanders). 
M'Intyre, Lachlan. B. . E. Oban. (Tobermory). Private 234696. 

Died, 5/4/18. Home. (Formerly 18396 R.S.F.). 
M'Intyre, William O'Hara. B. Barony. E. Glasgow. (Bridgeton). Private 

122957. Died of Wounds, 29/5/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 25968 

R.S.F.). 

Royal Army Veterinary Corps. 

Officer. 

M'Hugh, Terence. Quarter-master and Honorary Lieutenant (Tp.;. Died of 
Wounds, 20/5/18. 

Rank and File. 

M'Innes, Duncan. B. . E. Stirling. A/Sergeant S.E./6827. Died, 

28/1/17. Salonika. 
M'Innes, James. B. Bannockburn. E. Stirling. TT/02839. Died, 5/3/18. 

Home. 
M'Connell, Herbert Isaac. B. Maralin, Co. Down. E. London. SE/2136. 

Died, 16/5/16. Home. 

Royal Army Chaplain's Department. 

M'Donnell, Rev. John Joseph. Killed in Action, 9/4/18. 



196 

Special Lists. 

MacDonald, John Doran. Captain (Tp.). Died of Wounds, 18/3/16. (Reported 
as Attached War Graves Commission). 

Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 

Donaldson, William. B. Alva. E. Alloa. Private 07142. Died, 19/11/16. 
Egypt. 

Corps of Military Police (Mounted Branch). 

M'Connell, Herbert. B. Leeds. E. Leeds. (Leeds). A/L/Corporal P/3555 
Died, 30/10/18. France and Flanders. (Formerly 17420 Coldstream 
Guards). 

Corps of Military Police (Foot Branch). 

MacDonald, William. B. Forres. E. Fort George. (Forres). A/L/Corporal 
P/ 11313. Died, 11/10/18. Mesopotamia. (Formerly 8249 Royal High- 
landers). 



197 



Snbtan &xmp. 

Killed, 3/12/15. 7th Gurkhas. 



1st Battalion (attached 
14/2/16. Reserve of 



MacDonald, C. Captain. 

2nd Battalion). (T.). 
MacDonald, C. Lieutenant. Killed at Persian Gulf, 

officers. (Attached 102nd Grenadiers). (T.). 
M'Cleverty, Robert J. Captain. Killed, 5/11/14. 47th Sikhs. (T.). 
M'Connell, H. L. C. 2nd Lieutenant. Missing, 21/11/17. Reserve of officers 

and R.F.C. Reported missing- and not further reported. (W.O.). 
Mackain of Ardnamurchan, James Fergus. Captain. Killed, 4/12/14. 34th Sikh 

Pioneers. (T.). 



198 



©bergeag Jforceg* 



Owing - to the difficulty of obtaining official lists of soldiers of the Overseas Forces 
who were killed or died on service, the records shown are taken from the following 
sources : — 

(1) From outbreak of War to end of July 1917 " Times " Newspaper Official 

Casualty Lists. Indicated in individual names by (T.). 

(2) From August 1917 until end of War, War Office Weekly Official Casualty 

List. Indicated in individual names by (W.O.). 

In the Official Casualty Lists after August 1917 no ranks were shown for the 
Australian Forces, and in the instances where the full name, rank, and battalion are 
shown these have been supplied by the Australian Government. 



199 

&u£tralta* 

CAVALRY. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, Ronald Archibald Leslie. Lieutenant. 1st Light Horse. Killed, 

9/8/16. 
M'Alister, A. L. Major. Light Horse. Died of Wounds, 22/5/17. (T.). 
M'Intyre, H. Major. Light Horse. Killed, 26/10/17. (W.O.). 

Rank and File. 

MacDonald, Leslie. Private 437. 5th Light Horse. Killed, 28/6/15. 
M'Donald, K. V. Corporal 142. 1st Light Horse. Killed, 21/9/15. (T.). 
M'Donald, F. A. Corporal 632. 4th Light Horse. Died of Wounds, 1/11/15. 

(T.). 
M'Donald, A. E. Corporal 158. 9th Light Horse. Died of Wounds, 15/11/15. 

(T.). 
M'Donald, J. W. Corporal 300. 6th Light Horse. Died of Wounds, 22/12/15. 

(T.). 
M'Donald, M. Trooper 724. Australian Cavalry. Died of Wounds, 24/7/16. 

(T.). 
MacDonald, Alfred. Private 725. 3rd Light Horse. Killed, 3/6/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, W. M. Private 3192. Australian Camel Corps. Killed, 30/5/17. 

(T.). 
M'Donald, A. Private 21. Light Horse. Died of Wounds, 26/11/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, R. Private 540. Light Horse. Died, 30/10/18. (W.O.) 
M'Donald, J. R. Private 2358. Australian Imperial Camel Corps. Killed, 

20/12/17. (W.O.). 
Donaldson, O. E. Private 89. 8th Light Horse. Killed, 3/9/15. (T.). 
Donaldson, A. Private 835. Light Horse. Killed, 14/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Allister, W. J. Private 835. 2nd Light Horse. Killed, 18/6/15. (T.). 
M'Coll, S. J. Private 263. 8th Light Horse. Killed, 3/9/15. (T.). 
M'Coll, A. D. Corporal 274. Australian Camel Corps. Killed, 6/7/17. (T.). 
M'Innes, CD. Private 546. 6th Light Horse. Died of Wounds, 30/11/15. 

(T.). 
M'Intyre, N. A. P. Private 3481. Light Horse. Died, 31/10/18. (W.O.). 

ARTILLERY. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, James Shaw Rose. Captain. . Killed, 31/7/17. 2nd F.A. 

Brigade). 
M'Donald, G. St. G. F. D.S.O. Major. . Died of Wounds, 12/4/18. 

(W.O.). 

Rank and File. 

M'Donald, A. Driver 19119. . Killed, 18/7/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, J. A. 31712. . Died, 15/8/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, W. E. 4858. . Killed, 3/9/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, H. J. 5884. . Killed, 10/12/17. (W.O.). 



MacDonald 

M'Donald, 

M'Donald, 

M'Donald, 

M'Donald, 

M'Donald, 

M'Donald, 

M'Donald, 

M'Donald, 

M'Donnell, 

Donaldson, 

M'Allister, 

M'Intyre, J 

M'Kechnie, 



P. F. 
D. J. - 
C. H. - 

N. F. - 
T. J. S. 

R. 

R. 

J. H. 

J- J 
F. 
R. 



- 8652. 
1872. - 
29117. 
16042. 

— 22528. 



3558. 
12206, 



27514. 

. 38372. 

Bombardier 723. 
S. 2396. 



W. H. 



4326. 



8962. 



J. s. 



7620. 



200 



— . Killed, 14/12/17. (W.O.). 
.. Killed, 30/4/18. (W.O.). 
-. Killed, 22/8/18. (W.O.). 
-. Killed, 3/10/18. (W.O.). 

. Killed, 3/10/18. (W.O.). 

Accidentally Killed, 8/10/18. 

Died of Wounds, 11/10/18. 

Died, 20/11/18. (W.O 



— . Died of Wounds, 24/1/19. 

. Killed, 29/5/17. (T.). 

. Killed, 15/10/18. (W.O.). 

. Killed, 24/10/18. (W.O. 

Killed, 1/2/18. (W.O.). 
— . Died of Wounds, 15/8/17. 



(W.O.). 
(W.O.). 

(W.O.). 



4th Light Trench Mortar Battery. 

MacDonald, Kenneth. Private 1337. . Killed, 7/2/17. 



(W.O.). 



MACHINE GUN CORPS. 

Officers. 
M'Ellister, J, T. Lieutenant. . Died of Wounds, 10/6/18. (W.O.). 

Rank and File. 



MacDonald, Peter Salmond. Private 290. 

M'Donald, L. A. K. Private 4161. 

M'Donald, M. G. Private 2124. . 

M'Donald, A. R. Private 519. 
M'Donald, A. 1709. 



(7th Co.). Killed, 22/7/16. 
-. Killed, 2/4/17. (T.). 

. Died of Wounds, 16/8/17. (W.O.). 

. Died of Wounds, 16/10/17. (W.O.). 

— . Died of Wounds, 3/11/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, Henry Alex. Corporal 511. (11th Co.). Killed, 22/10/17. 

M'Donald, F. N. Private 603. . Killed, 30/11/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donell, A. F. W. Private 7280. . Killed, 15/8/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donnell, N. T. J. Private 94. . Killed, 2/4/17. (T.). 

Darragh, D. W. L/Corporal 369. . Killed, 29/5/17. (T.). 

M'Intyre, W. 376. . Killed, 27/10/17. (W.O.). 

M'Intyre, D. 605. . Killed, 20/11/17. (W.O.). 

M'Intyre, J. D. 365. . Killed, 9/8/18. (W.O.). 

ENGINEERS. 

Rank and File. 



M'Donald, A. 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donald, P. 
M'Donald, A. 
MacDonald, E 
M'Connell, C. 



J. Corporal 132. 
Private 6357. — 
Sapper 5401. — 
Sergeant 3987. 
A. 517. 

C. 206. 



M'Intyre, T. 
M'Larty, G. 



D. 



2673. 



5386. 



— . Died of Wounds, 24/5/15. (T.). 

Killed, 12/8/16. (T.). 

Killed, 21/9/16. (T.). 
-. Killed, 16/7/17. (T.). 
— . Died of Wounds, 10/12/17. (W.O.). 
-. Died, 6/3/18. (W.O.). 
-. Died of Wounds, 22/6/18. (W.O.). 
Died, 15/11/18. (W.O.). 



201 



M'Connell, J. Lieutenant. 



PIONEER BATTALION. 

Officer. 
. Killed, 9/9/18. (W.O.). 



Rank and File. 



Killed, 11/6/18. 



MacDonald, George Duncan. Private 3150. 

M'Donald, A. J. 3160. . Died of Wounds, 4/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, J. 3398. . Died, 15/1/19. (W.O.). 



MacDonnell, J. E. 
M'Intyre, R. J. - 



3876. Died of Wounds, 30/4/18. (W.O.). 
4141. (B.). . Died, 15/2/19. (W.O.) 



NAVAL RESERVE. 

M'Donnell, T. Sapper 14. . Died, 20/9/] 5. (Bridging Train). 



INFANTRY. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, David Henderson. Lieutenant (11th Battalion). Killed, 28/6/15. 
MacDonald, Neil. Lieutenant (23rd Battalion). Died of Wounds, 29/7/16. 
MacDonald, Norman. Captain (13th Battalion). Killed, 4/2/17. 
MacDonald, Archd. Kirby. 2nd Lieutenant (45th Battalion). Killed, 5/4/18. 
MacDonald, Alexander Warren. Captain (54th Battalion). Killed, 30/8/18. 
M'Donald, W. T. Captain. . Killed, 23/9/16. (T.). 

2nd Lieutenant. . Killed, 16/10/17. (W.O.). 

Lieutenant. . Killed, 30/4/18. (W.O.). 

Lieutenant. . Died of Wounds, 8/10/18. (W.O.). 

2nd Lieutenant. . Killed, 3/11/17. (W.O.), 

Lieutenant (18th Battalion). Killed, 15/10/15. (T.). 



M'Donald, W. J. 
M'Donald, J. G. 
M'Donald, C. J. 
M'Donnell, L. F, 
Donaldson, J. K. 

Donaldson, F. Captain. . 

M'Coll, H. Lieutenant. . 

MTntyre, J. H. 2nd Lieutenant 
M'Intyre, J. M. C. Lieutenant. 
M'Intyre, T. A. Lieutenant. — 
M'Intyre, A. 2nd Lieutenant. - 
M'Intyre, J. A. 2nd Lieutenant. 



Died, 2/11/18. (W.O. 
Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 

. Killed, 8/12/16. (T.). 

. Killed, 14/3/17. (T.). 

— . Killed, 2/7/17. (W.O.). 

. Killed, 14/8/17. (W.O.). 

. Killed, 31/10/17. (W.O.). 



Rank and File. 

MacDonald, Alex. John. Private (5th Battalion) 555. Killed, 25/4/15. 

MacDonald, Robert. Private (4th Battalion) 208. Killed, 26/4/15. 

MacDonald, Owen. Corporal (5th Battalion) 1074. Killed, 8-12/5/15. 

MacDonald, Robert. Corporal (15th Battalion) 708. Killed, 9-10/5/15. 

MacDonald, Donald. Private (4th Battalion) 1120. Died of Wounds, 19/5/15. 

MacDonald, H. Private (7th Battalion) 15. Killed, 26/7/15. 

MacDonald, Marshall Roy. Sergeant (2nd Battalion) 705. Killed, 6-9/8/15. 

MacDonald, Walter Russel. Private (2nd Battalion) 2174. Killed, 6-9/8/15. 



202 

MacDonald, John Augustine. Private (17th Battalion) 946. Killed, 29/8/15. 
MacDonald, Frederick. Private (13th Battalion) 1792. Killed, 5/11/15. 
MacDonald, Duncan. Private (20th Battalion) 755. Died of Wounds, 10/11/15. 
MacDonald, John Robert. Private (9th Battalion) 863. Died of Wounds, 

16/11/15. 
MacDonald, Hughie Graham. Private (1st Battalion) 2984. Killed, 22-25/7/16. 
MacDonald, Alexander. Private (4th Battalion) 991. Killed, 22-27/7/16. 
MacDonald, Ewen Archibald. Private (7th Battalion) 4263. Killed, 25/7/16. 
MacDonald, Norman Malcolm John. Warrant Officer, Class II. (5th Battalion) 

263. Killed, 25/7/16. 
MacDonald, Victor Roland. Private (45th Battalion) 3409. Killed, 6/8/16. 
MacDonald, Kenneth John. Private (24th Battalion) 2470. Killed, 6/11/16. 
MacDonald, Duncan. Sergeant (51st Battalion) 2711. Died of Wounds, 25/4/17. 
MacDonald, John Chisholm. Corporal (23rd Battalion) 3901. Killed, 3/5/17. 
MacDonald, Percy James. Private (2nd Battalion) 485. Killed, 4/5/17. 
MacDonald, Gordon. Private (10th Battalion) 6109. Died, 14/4/17. 
MacDonald, Robert Gunn. Private (3rd Battalion) 6540. Killed, 7/5/17. 
MacDonald, David George. Private (44th Battalion) 1976. Killed, 10/7/17. 
MacDonald, Donald Gilmour. Private (44th Battalion) 1975. Killed, 16/7/17. 
MacDonald, Lachlan John. Private (6th Battalion) 7541. Killed, 5/9/17. 
MacDonald, Allan Douglas. Private (22nd Battalion) 756. Killed, 18/9/17. 
MacDonald, John Andrew. Private (28th Battalion) 6609. Killed, 20/9/17. 
MacDonald, Frank Ernest Rushton. Private (28th Battalion) 6107. Killed, 

20/9/17. 
MacDonald, Alex. Stevenson. Corporal (59th Battalion) 3196. Killed, 17/10/17. 
MacDonald, Robert. Private (46th Battalion) 4080. Died of Wounds, 17/10/17. 
MacDonald, Hubert Oscar. Private (60th Battalion) 2941. Killed, 23/2/18. 
MacDonald, Alex. Sydney. Private (49th Battalion) 2957. Killed, 5/4/18. 
MacDonald, William Maitland. Corporal (24th Battalion) 4238. Killed, 23/4/18. 
MacDonald, John. Private (55th Battalion) 3186. Killed, 4/7/18. 
MacDonald, Roderick Francis. Corporal (10th Battalion) 649. Killed, 30/7/18. 
MacDonald,' Leslie Duncan. Private (6th Battalion) 5384. Killed, 8/8/18. 
MacDonald, Henry Butler. Private (46th Battalion) 3754. Killed, 15/8/18. 
MacDonald, Norman. Private (13th Battalion) 3343. Died, 24/9/18. 
MacDonald, Alex. Douglas. Private (26th Battalion) 6578. Died of Wounds, 

6/10/18. 
MacDonald, Reginald Wallace. Private (45th Battalion) 3398. Died of Wounds, 

27/8/18. 
MacDonald, Aulav. Private (58th Battalion) 2206. Died, 9/6/19. 
M'Donald, W. C. Private (5th Battalion) 432. Died of Wounds, 22/5/15. (T.). 
M'Donald, F. G. Private (7th Battalion) 127. Killed, 18/6/15. (T.). 
M'Donald, L. G. Private (7th Battalion) 500. Killed, 18/6/15. (T.). 
M'Donald, W. Private (7th Battalion) 1154. Killed, 18/6/15. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. Private (8th Battalion) 164. Killed, 18/6/15. (T.). 
M'Donald, A. J. F. L/Corporal (11th Battalion) 463. Killed, 30/8/15. (T.). 
M'Donald, A. Private (2nd Battalion) 1791. Killed, 30/8/15. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. Corporal (2nd Battalion) 1802. Killed, 6/9/15. (T.). 
M'Donald, W. H. R. Private (1st Battalion) 612. Killed, 6/9/15. (T.). 
M'Donald, A. Private (2nd Battalion) 1994. Killed, 15/11/15. (T.). 
M'Donald, H. D. Private (2nd Battalion) 2171. Killed, 15/11/15. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. H. Private (22nd Battalion) 198. Died of Wounds, 30/11/15. 

(T.). 



203 



M' Donald, A t 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donald, A. 
M'Donald, R. 
M'Donald, D. 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donald, C. 
M'Donald, R. 
M'Donald, D. 
M'Donald, D. 
M'Donald, F. 
M'Donald, L. 
M'Donald, D. 
M'Donald, R. 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donald, D. 
M'Donald, C. 
M'Donald, A. 
M'Donald, A. 
M'Donald, R. 
M'Donald, V. 
M'Donald, N. 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 



W. Private 
A. Private — 

Private 

J. Private - 

Private 

Private 

P. Private - 

Private 

Sergeant — 

N. Private 

J. Private - 

J. Private - 

Private 



(T.). 



D. 
D. 
T. 
R. 
E. 
H. 
A. 



M'Donald, A. 



J- 

J- 

A. 
A. 
A. 
R. 
M. 
W 
H. 



M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, N. 
M'Donald, G. 
M'Donald, L. 
M'Donald, G. 
M'Donald, H. 
M'Donald, R. 
M'Donald, F. 
M'Donald, N. 
M'Donald, D. 
M'Donald, E. 
M'Donald, H. 



Sergeant 

Private 

E. T/Corporal 
L/Corporal — 

G. Private 

W. F. Private 

Private 

D. Private — 
G. Private — 
A. L/Corporal 

Private 

C. Private 

C. Corporal — 

Private 

A. F. Private 
G. Private — 
L/Corporal — 

Private 

A. Private 

Private 

F. Private 

Private 

Private 

W. Private — 

J. Private 

Private 

N. Private — 
L. L/Corporal 
L. Private — 

Private 

J. W. Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

A. Private — 

Private 

J. Private 

A. Private — 



(T.). 
(T.). 



2778. Died of Wounds, 9/5/16 (T.) 

_ 2145. Killed, 9/6/16. (T.). 

2047. Killed, 9/6/16. (T.). 

2194. Killed, 12/6/16. (T.). 

■ 1302. Killed, 12/6/16. (T.). 
1347. Killed, 12/6/16. (T.). 

2224. Killed, 4/8/16. (T.). 

■ 5182. Died of Wounds, 23/8/16 

- 2870. Killed, 2/9/16. (T.). 

3091. Killed, 2/9/16. (T.). 

- 4608. Killed, 2/9/16. (T.). 

- 3199. Killed, 6/9/16. (T.). 

■ 3822. Killed, 8/9/16. (T.). 

- 587. Died of Wounds, 8/9/16. 
3159. Died of Wounds, 15/9/16. 

1963. Killed, 16/9/16. (T.). 

1804a. Killed, 22/9/16. (T.). 

2160. Killed, 23/9/16. (T.). 

4313. Killed, 25/9/16. (T.). 

2751. Died of Wounds, 4/10/16. (T.). 

1391. Killed, 6/10/16. (T.). 

1157. Killed, 6/10/16. (T.). 

3084. Died of Wounds, 6/10/16. 

- 601. Died of Wounds, 28/10/16. (T.). 

675. Died of Wounds, 9/12/16. (T.) 

2470. Killed, 26/12/16. (T.). 

208. Killed, 6/1/17. JT.). 

5430. Died, 6/1/17. 

2984. Killed, 26/1/17. 

4548. Killed, 31/1/17. 

697. Died of Wounds, 16/2/17. (T.). 

- 133. Killed, 24/2/17. (T.). 
916. Killed, 13/3/17. (T.). 

- 3982. Killed, 30/3/17. (T.). 
1553. Killed, 3/4/17. (T.). 
5437. Died of Wounds, 26/4/17. (T.). 

3842. Killed, 18/5/17. (T.). 

- 6055. Killed, 29/5/17. (T.). 

- 6304. Died of Wounds, 2/6/17. (T.). 

2201. Died of Wounds, 18/6/17. 

2060. Died of Wounds, 18/6/17 

943. Killed, 12/7/17. (T.). 

2195. Died of Wounds, 13/8/17 

- 1704 (a). Killed, 13/8/17. 
Died, 7/9/17. (W.O.). 
Killed, 24/9/17. (W.O.). 
Killed, 20/10/17. (W.O.). 
Killed, 27/10/17. (W.O.) 



(T.). 



(T.). 
(T.). 
(T.). 



(T.). 

(T. 



2705. 
1678. 
276. 

— 2958. 
2384. Killed, 3/11/17. (W.O.). 

— 2961. Killed, 3/11/17. (W.O.). 

5897. Killed, 6/11/17. (W.O.). 



(T.). 
(W.O.). 



204 



M'Donald, A. Private 

M'Donald, H. 

M'Donald, H. L. 

M'Donald C. J. 

M'Donald,' C. B. 

M'Donald, L. - 

M'Donald, M. 

M'Donald, A. 

M'Donald, L. L. — 
M'Donald, J. O. 
M'Donald, A. 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donald, W. C. 
M'Donald, T. P. - 

M'Donald, J. 

M'Donald, R. A. S. 
M'Donald, R. 
M'Donald, H. 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donald, A. - 
M'Donald, T. A. 
M'Donald, J. - 
M'Donald, D. G 
M'Donald, J. H. 



M .T. 



M'Donald, W., M.M. 

M'Donald, C. 

M'Donald, A. 

M'Donald, H. 

M'Donald, W. M. — 

M'Donald, J. T. 

M'Donald, J. M. 

M'Donald, D. 

M'Donald, J. J. 

M'Donald, j. 

M'Donald, H. 

M'Donald, 

M'Donald, 

M'Donald, 

M'Donald, 

M'Donald, 

M'Donald, A. W. F. 

M'Donald 

M'Donald, W. M'R. 

(W.O.). 

M'Donald, J. C. 

M'Donald, A. 

M'Donald, J. A. 

M'Donald, P. 

M'Donald, A. W. 750, 

M'Donell, B. P. Private 2740, 
M'Donnell. P. Private 



R. 

N. - 

J- — 
W. T. 
L. D. 
R. - 
A. W. 
J. E. 
W. 



— 5419. Killed, 14/11/17. (W.O.). 
■ 1747. Killed, 14/11/17. (W.O.). 

1972. Killed, 14/11/17. (W.O.). 

— 2446. Killed, 14/11/17. (W.O.). 

— 2102. Died of Wounds, 20/11/17. (W.O.) 
4131. Killed, 26/11/17. (W.O.). 

277. Killed, 7/12/17. (W.O.). 
117. Killed, 10/12/17. (W.O.). 

— 2710. Killed, 10/12/17. (W.O.). 

— 4103. Died of Wounds, 10/12/17. (W.O.) 
758. Killed, 14712/17. (W.O.). 

1065a. Killed, 20/12/17. (W.O.). 

6546. Killed, 21/12/17. (W.O.). 

6794. Killed, 21/12/17. (W.O.). 

2186. Killed, 21/12/17. (W.O.). 

3402. Killed, 21/12/17. (W.O.). 

- 3082. Killed, 27/12/17. (W.O.). 
4199. Killed, 5/1/18. (W.O.). 

937. Killed, 7/3/18. (W.O.). 

- 751. Killed, 12/3/18. (W.O.). 

611. Killed, 19/3/18. (W.O.). 

2959. Killed, 17/4/18. (W.O.). 

3384. Killed, 1/5/18. (W.O.). 

- 2104. Killed, 1/5/18. (W.O.). 
2134(a). Killed, 1/5/18. (W.O.). 

- 2107. Died of Wounds, 1/5/18. (W.O.). 

- 2440. Killed, 2/5/18. (W.O.). 

- 3199. Killed, 21/5/18. (W.O.). 

4738. Killed, 21/5/18. (W.O.) 

4831. Died of Wounds, 27/5/18. (W.O.). 

7031. Killed, 4/6/18. (W.O.). 

- 4185. Killed, 19/6/18. (W.O.). 

- 35S7. Killed. 9/7/18. (W.O.). 

- 3186. Killed, 29/7/18. 

1781. Killed, 1/8/18. 

- 2471 (a). Killed, 6/8/18 



(W.O.). 
. (W.O.). 
2120. Killed, 22/8/18. (W.O.). 

3452. Killed, 4/9/18. (W.O.). 

- 5483. Killed, 17/9/18. (W.O.). 
7292. Killed, 17/9/18. (W.O.). 

5152. Killed, 9/10/18. (W.O.). 

-6601. Killed. 11/10/18. (W.O.). 

- 5717. Died of Wounds, 



ir/10/18. 



— 7032. Killed, 15/10/18. (W.O.). 
6450. Killed, 24/10/18. (W.O.). 

— 1687. Died of Wounds, 24/10/18. 
1896. Died, 15/2/19. (W.O.). 

Died of Wounds, 6/10/17. 
Killed, 23/7/17. 
■ 828. Killed, 9/6/16. (T.). 



(W.O.). 



205 



1229. Killed, 4/10/16. (T.). 
2417. Died of Wounds, 19/3/17. (T.). 
1589. Killed, 30/3/17. (T.). 
1704 (a). Killed, 15/8/17. (T.). 

4488. Died of Wounds, 24/11/17. (W.O.) 

4087. Killed, 26/11/17. (W.O.). 

- 4147. Killed, 1/2/18. (W-O.). 

5716. Killed, 12/3/18. (W.O.). 

6915. Killed, 1/5/18. (W.O.). 

7284. Killed, 15/7/18. (W.O.). 

Battalion) 181. Died of Wounds, 11/6/15. (T.) 

Private (6th Battalion) 1656. Killed, 29/6/15. (T). 
de B. L/Corporal (5th Battalion) 736. Killed, 1/7/15. (T.). 
E. 4189. Killed, 9/8/17. (W.O ' 



M'Donnell, R. A. Private 

M'Donnell, H. F. Private 

M'Donnell, A. J. Private 

M'Donnell, G. J. W. Private 

M'Donnell, C. J. Private 

M'Donnell, W. H. Private — 

M'Donnell, T. Private 

M'Donnell, V. P. Private 

M'Donnell, C. P. Private — 

M'Donnell, J. H. Private 

Donald, J. D. Private (16th 
Donald, H. 
Donald, V. 
Donald, W 



Donald, D. - 

Donald, H. G. 

Donald, R. 

Donald, G. 

Donaldson, 

Donaldson, 

Donaldson, 

Donaldson, 

Donaldson, 

Donaldson, 

Donaldson, 

Donaldson, 

M'Alister, J 



H. 
C. 
A. 
D. 
A. 

J- 
D. 
A. 
D. 
G. 



B. 

S. 

E. 
A. 

L. 



6110. Accidentally Killed, 4/9/17. (W.O.). 

6001a. Killed, 7/3/18. (W.O.). 

6496. Killed, 4/6/18. (W.O.). 

3i5. Died of Wounds, 19/8/18. (W.O.). 

Private 1341. Killed. 11/8/15. (T.). 

920. Died of Wounds, 30/10/17. (W.O.). 

2552. Died of Wounds, 20/11/17. (W.O.). 

2650a. Killed, 21/11/17. (W.O.). 

2763. Killed, 8/5/18. (W.O.). 

6741. Killed, 4/6/18. (W.O.). 

159. Died of Wounds, 19/6/18. (W.O.). 

2420. Killed, 13/11/18. (W.O.). 

Corporal (4th Battalion) 808. Killed, 22/6/15.' (T.). 
M'Allister, T. A. Private (2nd Battalion) 1085. Killed, 28/6/15. (T.). 

M'Alister, C. Private 1341. Killed, 12/6/16. (T.). 

M'Alister, W. Sergeant 1431. Killed, 12/6/16. (T.). 

M'Allister, O. Private 217. Killed, 26/4/17. (T.). 

M'Allister, H. W. Private 2462. Killed, 23/6/17. (T.). 

M'Allister, J. A. 2955. Killed, 3/11/17. (W.O.). 

M'Allister, P. W. J. 6095. Killed, 14/1/18. (W.O.). 

M'Alister, D. 2682. Died of Wounds, 22/6/18. (W.O.). 

M'Allister, R. 3666. Died of Wounds, 14/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Coll, W. Private 1023. Killed, 12/6/16. (T.). 

M'Coll, A. Private 298. Killed, 9/12/16, (T.). 

M'Coll, A. Private 1062. Killed, 24/2/17. (T.). 

M'Coll, R. H. Private 29461. Killed, 21/5/17. (T.). 

M'Coll, M. P. Sergeant 2884. Died of Wounds, 18/6/17. (T.). 

MacColl, H. G. Private- - 5927. Killed, 9/7/17. (T.). 



M'Coll, J. A. 
M'Coll, D. H. 
M'Coll, R. S. 
M'Coll, R. A. 
M'Coll, A. J. 



Private - 
Private 



4260. 
- 4547. 

5704. 

5582. 
534. 



Killed, 9/8/17. (T.j 
Killed, 24/9/17. (T.). 
Killed, 20/11/17. (W.O.^ 
Killed, 3/6/18. (W.O.). 



Killed, 11/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Connell, J. R. Private (11th Battalion) 974. 'Killed, 29/6/15. (T.) 
M'Connell, J. Private (11th Battalion) 984. Killed, 27/9/15. (T.). 
M'Connell, S. Private (3rd Battalion) 155. Killed, 22/12/15. (T.). 
M'Connell, W. J. N. Private 4181. Died of Wounds, 7/8/16. 



(T. 



206 



M'Connell, J. E. 
M'Connell, W. J 
M'Connell, J. T. 
M'Connell, A. - 
M'Connell, D. - 
M'Connell, A. - 
M'Connell, J. 
M'Eachen, A. 
M'Crory, R. 
M' Hendry, R 
M'Hugh, R. 
M'Hugh, J. 
M'Hugh, T. A. M. 
M' Hutchison, T. - 



N. 



I. 
B. 



M' Hutchinson, 
M'llwraith, D. 
M'llwraith, D. 



M. 
M. 
V. 
V. 



G. A 
J. G. 



M'Innes, 
M'Innes, 
M'Innes, 
M'Innes, 
M'Innes, 
M'Innes, 
M'Innes, J 
M'Innes, A 
M'Innes, J. 
M'Innes, J. 
M'Innes, J. 
M'Innes, A. 
M'Innes, D. 
M'Innes, J. 
M'Innes, D. 
M'Innes, W. 
M'Innes, L. 
M'Innes, D. 
M'Innes, A. 
M'Innes, D. 
M'Intyre, J. 
M'Intyre, R. 
M'Intyre, R. 
M'Intyre, D. 
M'Intyre, J. 
M'Intyre, A. 
M'Intvre, W. 



D. 
K. 
J- 



Private 2735. Killed, 9/12/16. (T.). 

L/ Corporal 4184. Killed, 5/5/17. (T.). 

1942. Killed, 27/10/17. (W.O.). 

5140. Killed, 10/12/17. (W.O.). 

210. Died, 13/11/18. (W.O.). 

3698. Died of Wounds, 19/10/18. (W.O.). 

7063 (a). Killed, 4/11/18. (W.O.). 

5881. Killed, 29/7/18. (W.O.). 

3323. Killed, 14/9/18. (W.O.). 

959. Killed, 14/1/18. (W.O.). 

4201. Killed, 26/9/17. (W.O.). 

4752. Killed, 3/11/17. (W.O.). 

6454. Died, 10/11/18. (W.O.). 

713. Died of Wounds, 24/11/17. (W.O.). 

5856. Killed, 17/5/18. (W.O.). 

Private (5th Battalion) 553. Killed, 26/6/15. (T.). 

6554. Killed, 12/10/18. (T.). 

(13th Battalion) 540. Killed, 21/5/15. (T.). 
Killed, 14/7/15. (T.). 

Killed, 28/7/15. (T.). 
Killed, 15/11/15. 



R. Private 

Private (1st Battalion) 1398. 
G. Private (9th Battalion) 595 

Private (2nd Battalion) 1800. 



Battalion) 2657. Died, 4/1/16. 
- 710. Killed, 29/5/16. (T.). 
Killed, 23/8/16. (T.). 
Killed, 6/9/16. (T.). 
380. Killed, 10/10/16. 
5736. Died, 31/1/17. 
Killed, 24/2/17. (T.). 
Killed, 18/6/17. (T.) 



(T. 
(T.). 



(T.). 
(T.). 



M'Intyre, 
M'Intyre, 
M'Intyre, 
M'Intyre, 
M'Intyre, 
M'Intyre, 



D. 

A. 

W. 

M. 

P. 

J 



M'Intyre, J. A 



Private (6th 

Sergeant 

Private 4242. 

Private 4246 

J. W. Private 

G. D. Private 

Private 2418. 

L. Private 2217 

Private 3893. Killed, 15/8/17. (T.). 

Private 942. Killed, 13/8/17. (T.). 

2920. Killed, 24/9/17. (T.). 

A. 5613. Killed, 24/11/17. (W.O.). 

598. Killed, 19/1/18. (W.O.). 

W. 1301. Killed, 4/6/18. (W.O.). 

A. 2850. Killed, 8/7/18. (W.O.). 

3108. Killed, 12/7/18. (W.O.). 

Private (16th Battalion) 1929. Killed, 7/10/15. (T.) 

E. Private (8th Battalion) 586. Died, 1/11/15. (T.; 

Corporal - — 1173. Died of Wounds, 12/9/16. 

— 667. Killed, 11/12/16. (T.). 

— 1086. Killed, 16/2/17. (T.). 
2708. Died, 9/4/17. (T.). 

2150. Killed, 26/4/17. 

968. Killed, 27/4/17. (TV 

— 5620. Killed, 2/6/17. (T.) 

2871. Killed, 23/6/17. 

2614. Died, 10/8/17. (T.). 

Died, 13/8/17. (T.). 
698. Killed, 17/8/17. (T.). 
- 5726. Died of Wounds, 3/11/17 



S. Private 
L/ Corporal 

Private 

C. C. Private - 
H. Private 

E. Private 

A. A/Sergeant 

Private 

Private 1701. 



(T.). 



(T.) 



(T.). 



(W.O.). 



207 



M'Intyre, R. S. 
M'Intyre, C. — 
M'Intyre, W. M. 

M'Intyre, A. 

M'Intyre, A. — 

M'Intyre, J. 

M'Intyre, E. J. 

M'Intyre, D. 

M'Intyre, D. — 
M'Kacknie, J. W 
M'Kean, L. J. J. 
M'Kean, D. J. - 
M'Kean, A. D. • 
M'Kechnie, D. V. 
M'Kechnie, J. A. 
M'Kechnie, A. D. - 
M'Larty, J. Private 
Ronaldson, R. 



Private 



Private 
Private ■ 



2613. Killed, 27/5/18. (W.O.). 

- 2184. Killed, 12/7/18. (W.O.). 
6905a. Killed 29/7/18. (W.O.). 

- 4470. Killed, 7/8/18. (W.O.). 

- 4591. Killed, 17/8/18. (W.O.). 

- 4739. Killed, 19/8/18. (W.O.). 

5387. Died of Wounds, 2/9/18. (W.O.). 

- 3672. Killed, 9/10/18. (W.O.). 

- 3206. Drowned, 12/10/18. (W.O.). 

7533. Died of Wounds, 12/7/18. (W.O.). 

546. Killed, 13/9/16. (T.). 

6052. Died of Wounds, 4/7/18. (W.O.). 

2364. Died of Wounds, 30/10/18. (W.O.). 

345. Killed, 27/4/17. (T.). 

2191. Killed, 23/7/17. (T.). 

12603. Killed, 24/10/17. (W.O.). 

• 1579. Killed, 18/9/15. (T.). 

- 1701. Killed, 27/9/17. (T.). 



ARMY MEDICAL CORPS. 



MaeDonald, Alex. Private 7647. 
M'Donald, A. Corporal 144. 



. Died, 8/8/17. 

-. Died of Wounds, 21/3/17. (T.). 
Donald, E. Private 996. (4th Field Ambulance). Died of Wounds, 11/6/15. (T.) 



ARMY ORDNANCE CORPS. 

MaeDonald, Angus. Private 4297. . Killed, 2/5/18. 



ARMY SERVICE CORPS. 

Donald, E. Private 6392. . Died, 4/8/15. (T.). 



208 



Canaba. 

CAVALRY. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, N. M. Lieutenant. Killed, 25/7/16. Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
MacDonell, Ian C. Lieutenant. Killed, 2/7/16. Canadian Cavalry. (T.). 

Rank and File. 

MacDonald, J. Private 108361. Killed, 12/6/16. Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
MacDonald, C. Corporal 293. Died of Wounds, 26/7/15. Royal Canadian 

Dragoons. (T.). 
MacDonald, T. V. Private 110401. Killed, 22/8/16. Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
MacDonald, C. F. L. /Corporal 106425. Died as prisoner of war, 22/8/16. 

Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
MacDonald, J. B. Private 109446. Died as prisoner of war, 26/8/16. Mounted 

Rifles. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. Private 161157. Killed, 25/10/16. Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
M'Donald, D. Private 425130. Killed, 28/10/16. Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
MacDonald, H. Private 124748. Killed, 29/11/16. Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
MacDonald, R. Private 151103. Wounded and missing, believed killed, 18/12/16. 

Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
MacDonald, K. F. Private 552768. Died of wounds or killed, 15/12/17. 

Reported by German Government. (W.O.). 
MacDonald. W. Sergeant 2000154. Killed, 5/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donell A. Private 14685. Wounded and missing, believed killed, 2/1/18. 

(W.6.). 
Donaldson, J. L. /Corporal 106198. Killed, 18/7/16. Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
Donaldson, J. K. Private 136255. Killed, 15/8/16. Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
M'Connell, T- L. /Corporal 551034. Killed, 26/4/18. (W.O.). 
M'Innes, D." J. Private 187114. Died of Wounds, 23/11/16. Mounted Rifles. 

(W.O.). 
M'Intyre, H. C. Private 108418'. Killed, 18/7/16. Mounted Rifles. (T.). 

ARTILLERY. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, D.D. Captain. Killed, 7/10/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, S. K. L. Lieutenant. Killed, 11/10/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, T. W. F. Major. Died of Wounds, 9/4/18. (W. O.). 

Rank and File. 

M'Donald, T. Gunner 42085. Killed, 12/7/15. 1st Artillery Battery. (T.). 

M'Donald, D. A. Gunner 86039. Killed, 27/5/16. (T.). 

M'Donald, K. Gunner 83151. Killed, 18/7/16. (T.). 

M'Donald, C. R. Gunner 42526. Died of wounds, 24/10/16. (T.). 

MacDonald, F. H. Gunner, 1258064. Killed, 30/8/17. (W. O.). 



209 

MacDonald, R. S. Shoeing- Smith Corporal 3004524. Accidentally Killed, 

8/11/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, A. L. Gunner 248499. Killed, 4/12/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, B. Gunner 348728. Died of Wounds, 8/2/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, W. H. Gunner 1262047. Killed, 15/2/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, H. L. Gunner 400895. Killed, 21/6/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, J. Driver 313934. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donnell, D. C. Driver 310697. Killed, 9/9/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, D. G. Corporal 80167. Died of Wounds, 4/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, G. Driver 301229. Died of Wounds, 15/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, S. Corporal 342859. Died of Wounds, 12/11/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, G. P. Bombardier 87215. Died of Wounds, 20/11/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, J. Bombardier 1261337. Died, 9/12/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, H. J. Gunner 3033509. Died, 25/2/19. (W.O.). 
Donald, W. L. Gunner 2566. Killed, 28/10/18. (W.O.). 
Donaldson, W. D. Gunner 316884. Killed, 10/9/17. (W.O.). 
M'Allister, R. Bombardier 157643. Killed, 21/8/17. (W.O.). 
M'Cutcheon C. L. Bombardier 1261955. Died, 28/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Innes, C.' Sergeant 44021. Killed, 28/11/17. (W.O.). 
M'Innis, J. J. Gunner 2643870. Died of Wounds, 12/4/18. (W.O.). 

M'Innes, . 1250560. Killed, 18/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Intvre, A. R. Gunner 334132. Died of Wounds, 23/1/18. (W.O.). 

M'Intvre, M. C. Driver, 324009. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 

M'Isaac, J. R. Gunner 41181. Killed, 2/6/15. (T.). 

M'Isaac, N. Gunner 41165. Died, 1/7/15. 2nd Artillery Brigade. (T.). 

M'Isaac, S. Gunner 301103. Killed, 3/7/17. (T.). 

M'Isaac, J. E. Gunner 92792. Died, 1/6/18. (W.O.). 

M'Kechnie, P. Gunner 335081. Died of Wounds, 4/10/18. (W.O.). 

ENGINEERS. 

Rank and File. 

M'Donald, J. Sapper 132. Killed, 18/1/16. 2nd Division. (T.). 
M'Donald, C. H. Sapper 5426. Died of wounds, 31/7/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, A. Sapper 252877. Killed, 9/8/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, C. Sapper 414707. Died, 6/3/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, H. Sapper 648611. Killed, 16/9/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, J. L./Corporal 651623. Killed, 18/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donnell, J. J. Sapper 862561. Killed, 9/10/18. (W.O.). 
Donaldson, W. J. Sapper 3084349. Died of wounds, 7/1/19. (W.O.). 
M'Cutcheon, B. Sapper 226606. Died of wounds, 2/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intvre. D. Sapper 424410. Killed, 29/8/17. (W.O.). 
M'Kechnie, J. Sapper 406366. Killed, 18/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Lardy, F. E. Sapper 709936. Killed, 1/5/18. (W.O.). 

TRENCH MOTOR BATTERY. 

Officer. 

MacDonald, C. F. Lieutenant. Killed, 25/11/16. (T.). 
o 



210 
MACHINE GUN CORPS. 

Rank and File. 

MacDonald J. Private 414435. Killed 2/12/16. Previously reported missing-. 

(T.). 
M'Donald, R. Private 888271. Died of Wounds, 3/9/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, A. F. Private 228202. Died of Wounds, 1/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, A. A. Private 138490. Died of Wounds, 23/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donnell, R. Private 649450. Killed, 23/11/17. (W.O.). 
MacDonell, C. Corporal 733858. Died of Wounds, 13/9/18. (W.O.). 
M'Allister, C. Corporal 67235. Died of Wounds, 11/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Coll, D. Private 1009742. Died of Wounds, 30/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Innis, D. Private 877664. Killed, 22/12/17. (W.O.). 

PIONEERS. 

M'Donald, P. Pioneer 166028. Died of Wounds, 30/9/16. (T.). 

M'Donald, H. Pioneer 490256. Killed, 9/10/16. (T.). 

M'Donald, M. R. Pioneer 154085. Killed, 9/10/16. (T.). 

MacDonald, L. V. Pioneer 180647. Killed, 20/10/16. (T.). 

M'Coll, G. Private 657884. Killed, 23/11/17. West Ontario Reg. (W.O.). 

INFANTRY. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, M. D. Lieutenant. Killed, 23/4/15. 3rd Battalion, Toronto 

Regiment. (T.). 
M'Donnell, H. W. Lieutenant. Killed, 21/6/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, A. W. Lieutenant. Killed, 21/9/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, J. R. Captain. Killed, 20/11/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, J. A., M.C. Lieutenant. Killed, 20/11/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, G. Fraser. Lieutenant. Killed, 11/12/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, A. F. Major. Killed, 16/4/17. (T.). 
MacDonald, G. B. Lieutenant. Killed, 19/4/17. (T.). 
M'Coll, D. C. Lieutenant. Killed, 10/5/15. West Canada Regiment, 10th 

Battalion. (T.). 
M'Coll, L. G. Lieutenant. Killed, 22/9/16. (T.). 
MTntyre, W. G. Lieutenant. Killed 26/4/17. (T.). 

Rank and File. 

M'Donald, G. Corporal 623. Died of Wounds, 25/2/15. P.P.C.L.I. (T.). 
M'Donnell, D. J. Private 29128. Killed, 30/3/15. 16th Battalion. (T.). 
M'Donald, K. N. Private 24329. Killed, 3/4/15. 13th Battalion. (T.). 
M'Donald, P. Private 1604. Killed, 17/5/15. P.P.C.L.I. (T.). 
M'Donald, W. M. L./Corporal 24619. Killed, 24/5/15. 13th Battalion, 

5th R. H. (T.). 
M'Donald, H. J. Private 13525. Died of Wounds, 16/6/15. 5th Battalion, West 

Canadian Regiment. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. W. Private 13265. Died, 19/6/15. 5th Battalion, West Canadian 

Regiment. (T.). 



211 

M'Donald, J. Private 23021. Died of Wounds, 16/6/15. P.P.C.L.I. (T.) 
MacDonald, J. Private 13212. Died of Wounds, 16/6/15. P.P.C.L.I. (T.). 
M'Donald, P. G. Private 13763. Died of Wounds, 16/6/15. P.P.C.L.I. (T.). 
M'Donald, N. L./Corporal 20336. Killed, 21/6 '16. 10th Battalion, West 

Canadian Regiment. (T.). 
M'Donald, P. Private 28058. Killed, 1/7/15. 15th Battalion, 48th Highlanders. 

(T.). 
M'Donald, A. A. Sergeant 27145. Killed, 12/7/15. 15th Battalion, 48th 

Highlanders. (T.). 
MacDonald, K. Private 9339. Died of Wounds, 14/7/15. 3rd Battalion, 

Toronto Regiment. (T.). 
MacDonald W. D. Private 65593. Killed, 14/1/16. 24th Battalion. (T.). 
MacDonald,' J. A. Private 475926. Died, 18/1/16. P.P.C.L.I. (T.). 
MacDonald, M. R. Private 705. Killed, 19/1/16. 2nd Battalion. (T.). 
M'Donald, D. D. Private 67627. Killed, 10/2/16. 25th Battalion. (T.). 
M'Donald, W. Private 71178. Died of Wounds, 14/1/16. 27th Battalion. (T.). 
M'Donald, P. Private 710. Killed, 27/1/16. 8th Battalion, 90th Winnipeg 

Regiment. (T.). 
M'Donald, N. W. Private 24155. Killed, 23/3/16. 13th Battalion, 5th R. H. 

(T.). 
M'Donald, D. Pioneer 415062. Killed, 15/4/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, A. Private 75383. Killed, 10/5/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. R. Private 53766. Killed, 10/5/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. Private 438026. Died of wounds, 16/5/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, W. Private 6828. Killed, 22/5/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, W. Private 47028. Died of wounds, 1/6/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, D. Private 421323. Killed, 13/6/16. (T.). 
M'Donnell, E. M. Private A. 20548. Died of wounds, 13/6/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, M. Pioneer 415728. Killed, 17/6/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, M.A. Private 486561. Killed, 26/6/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, M. Private 23162. Killed, 30/6/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, A. Private 66281. Died of wounds, 1/7/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, A. A. Private M.G. 198. Killed, 3/7/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, A. Private 153448. Killed, 5/7/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, P. R. Private 466936. Killed, 11/7/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, D. Private 446420. Killed, 18/7/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, J.B. Private 11599. Killed, 8/8/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. K. Private 471050. Killed, 16/8/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, J. Private 447257. Died of wounds, 21/8/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, R. Private 427179. Killed, 26/8/16. (f.). 
MacDonald, D. D. L./Corporal 132817. Killed, 11/9/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, E. Private 67412. Killed, 11/9/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, G. Corporal 703259. Killed,' 18/9/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, D. Private 629026. Killed, 26/9/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, A. J. Private 150145. Killed, 30/9/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, F. A. /L./Corporal 420649. Killed, 30/9/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, M. L./Sergeant 432945. Died of wounds, 5/10/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. V. L. Private 467460. Killed, 6/10/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. Sergeant 860. Died of wounds, 6/10/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, R. Private 66267. Killed, 9/10/16.' (T.). 
M'Donald, N. D. S. Private 71175. Killed, 10/10/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, J.W. Private 420202. Killed, 13/10/16. (T.). 



212 



M'Donald, S. G. Private 441389. Killed, 13/10./16. (T.). 
MacDonald, A. Private 425586. Killed, 14/10/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, D. Private 4U5578. Killed, 14/1U/1G. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. O. Sergeant 74068. Killed, 14/10/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, J. Private 446879. Killed 14/10/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, S. Private 73677. Killed,' 14/10/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, W. Private 55473. Killed, 14/10/16. (T\). 
M'Donnell, J. Private 401212. Killed, 16/10/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, W. H. Private 437638. Killed, 20/10/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, A. Private 417081. Died of wounds, 20/10/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. Private 444906. Died of wounds, 20/10/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, E. Private 478530. Died of wounds, 23/10/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, D. A. Private 81631. Killed, 23/10/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, M. M'K. Corporal 150252. Killed,' 23/10/16. (T.). 
MacDonald, J. Private 101630. Killed, 25/10,/ 16. (T.). 
MacDonald, P. A. Sergeant 77868. Killed, 28/10/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. C. Private 469664. Died of wounds, 1/11/16. 
M'Donald, J. Private 160173. Killed, 3/11/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, A. Private 192564. Killed, 4/11/16. (T.). 

L./Corporal 414859. Killed, 6/11/16. (T.). 

D. Private 145692. Killed, 15/11/16. (T.). 

N. Private 129327. Killed, 20/11/16. (T.). 
Private 415200. Killed, 27/11/16. (T.). 
Private 628520. Killed, 28/11/16. (T.). 
Corporal 629503. Killed, 6/12/16. (T.). 



(T.). 



M'Donald, J 
MacDonald, 
MacDonald, 
MacDonald, 
MacDonald, 
MacDonald, 
MacDonald, 
M'Donald, D. 
M'Donald, M. 
MacDonald, A. 
M'Donald, A. 
M'Donald, W. 
MacDonald, H 



J- 
E. 
A. 
D. 
A. 
D. 
H. 



B. Private 150159. Killed, 14/12/16. (T.). 
Private 410367. 
Private 552031. 
Private 222257. 
Private 463006. 



MacDonald, 
M'Donell. J. 
MacDonald, 
M'Donald, J 
M'Donald, L. 
MacDonald, D 
M'Donald, G. 
M'Donald, D. 
M'Donald, N. 
MacDonald, A 
M'Donald. H. 
M'Donald, H. 
M'Donald, T. 
M'Donell. D 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donald, A. 
M'Donald, D. 
M'Donald. R. 
M'Donald, W. 
MacDonald, D 



Private 736993. 
Private 464334. 
Private 486677. 
Private 129550. 
Private 123779. 



Killed 23/12/16. (T.). 

Killed, 5/1/17. (T.). 

Killed, 15/1/17. (T.). 
Killed, 17/1/17. (T.). 



J. Private 736993. Accidentally Killed, 19/1/17. (T.). 
Kiled, 23/1/17. (T.). 
Killed, 27/1/17. (T.). 
Killed, 17/2/17. (T.). 
Killed, 5/3/17. (T.). 
Corporal 442732. Killed, 20/3/17. (T.). 
Private 760899. Killed, 20/3/17. (T.). 
Corporal 9585. Killed, 28/3/17. (T.). 
E. Private 222088. Killed, 28J3/17. (T.). 

Private 449346. Killed, 30/3/17. (T.). 
A. Private 877786. Killed, 17/4/17. (T.). 
V. L./Sergeant 829461. Killed, 5/5/17. (T.). 
Private 478788. Killed, 5/5/17. (T.). 
G. Private 830620. Killed, 5/5./17. (T.). 
Private 219700. Killed, 5/5/17. (T.). 
J. Private 410929. Died of wounds, 5/5/17. (T.). 
'Private 184074. Killed, 7/5/17. (T.). 

L./Corporal 130145. Killed, 8/5/17. (T.). 
G. Private 211279. Killed, 8/5/17. (T.). 
Private 177912. Killed, 8/5/17. (T.). M 
, H. Private 424289. Killed, 9/5/17. (T.). 
A. Corporal 434923. Killed, 9/5/17. (T.). 



213 

Donald, A. Private 130058. Killed, 8/11/15. 31st Battalion, Toronto Regiment. 

(T.). 
Donaldson, R. B. Corporal 67331. Killed, 25./10/16. (T.). 
M'Allister, G. Sergeant 12732. Died of Wounds, 19/6/15. 5th Battalion, West 

Canadian Regiment. (T.). 
M'Allister, A. W. Private 475489. Killed, 3/7/16. (T.> 
M'Allister, R. S. Private 447281. Killed, 20/11/16. (T.j. 
M'Allister, T. G. Private 192681. Killed, 23/11/16. (T.). 
M'Allister, R. J. Private 148354. Killed, 30/12/16. (T.). 
M'Allister, G. Private 803088. Died of wounds, 5/5/17. (T.). 
M'Coll, B. J. Private 37309. Killed, 9/8/15. 15th Battalion, 48th Highlanders. 

(T.). 
M'Coll, D. Private 27087. Killed, 9/8/15. 15th Battalion, 48th Highlanders. 

(T.). 
M'Coll, E. N. Private A10385. Died of wounds, 29/6/16. (T.). 
M'Coll, A. B. Sergeant 421)250. Killed, 13/10/16. (T.). 
M'Coll, G. H. Private 425121. Killed, 25./10/16. (T.). 
MacColl, W. Private 160858. Killed, 12/12/16. (T.). 
M'Coll D. H. Private 488948. Killed, 28/3/17. (T.). 
M'Coll,' F. Private 129632. Killed, 8/5/17. (T.). 
M'Connell, T. Private 47907. Killed, 26/7/16. (T.). 
M'Connell, S.R. Private 793994. Killed, 10/4/17. (T.). 
M'Entyre, J. Private 100800. Killed, 15/8/16. (T.). 
MThvreith, W. Private A36276. Killed, 13/2/17. (T.). 
MTnnes, J. Private 67457. Killed, 8/11/15. 25th Battalion. (T.). 
Maclnnes, F. D. Private 79182. Killed, 8/11/15. 31st Battalion. (T.). 
M'Innes, J. Pioneer 414945. Killed, 15/4/16. (T.). 
MTnnes, J. F. Private 73174. Killed, 10/5/16. (T.). 
MTnnes, J. H. A./Corporal A20877. Killed, 26/8/T6. (T.). 
MTnnes, J. A. D. Private 487414. Died of wounds, 6/10/16. (T.). 
MTnnes, J. E. Sergeant 1345. Killed, 9/10/16. (T.). 
MTnnes, J. Private 73941. Killed, 12/12/16. (T.). 
MTnnes, J. W. L./Corporal 275966. Killed, 24/1/17. (T.). 
MTnnis, R. Private 715445. Killed, 20/3/17. (T.). 
MTnnes, J. H. Private 878311. Killed, 28/4/17. (T.). 
MTntyre, A. Private 29473. Killed, 22/6/15. 16th Battalion, Canadian Scottish. 

(T.). 
MTntyre, J. Private 812. Killed, 2/6/15. (T.). P.P.L.I. 
MTntyre, A. Private 81539. Killed, 25/5/16. (T.). 
MTntvre. H. Pioneer 414974. Killed, 12/6/16. (T.). 
MTntyre, J. W. L./Corporal 70135. Killed, 11/7/16. (T.). 
MTntyre, P. Private 603045. Died of wounds,' 20/7/16. (T.). 
MTntyre, J. Private 153580. Killed, 28/8/16. (T.). 
MTntvre, W. J. Private 27516. Killed,' 23/9/16. (T.). 
MTntyre, M. Private 622268. Killed, 7/10/16. (T.). 
MTntvre, A. Private 406775. Killed, 17/10/16. (T.). 
MTntyre, J. M. Corporal A24185. Killed, 23/10/16. (T.). 
MTntvre, H. Private 628034. Killed, 6/12/16. (T.). 
MTntyre, W. R. Private 781434. Killed, 9/5/17. (T.). 
MTsaac, A. Private 67277. Killed, 1/7/16. (T.). 
MTsaac, A. D. Private 877397. Killed, 28/4/17. (T.). 
MTsaac, J. Private 183456. Died of wounds, 9/5/17. (T.). 



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M'Kean, W. B. Private 628625. Killed, 5/1/17. (T.). 

M'Kechnie, W. Private 1275. Killed, 21/6/15. 8th Battalion, 90th Winnipeg 
Rifles. (T.). 

ALBERTA REGIMENT. 

Officer. 
MacDonald, R. J. Captain and Quartermaster. Died, 3/8/17. (T.). 

Rank and File. 

M'Donald, J. Private 898278. Killed, 2/6/17. (T). 

M'Donald, J. R. Private 696679. Killed, 23/6/17. (T.). 

Macdonald, E. Private 696146. Killed, 10/7/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, A. W. Private 231598. Killed, 14/7/17. (T.). 

MacDonald, J. G. G. Private 696312. Killed, 8/8/17. (T.) 

MacDonald, A. J. Private 904830. Killed, 24/9/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, J. A. Private 252332. Died of Wounds, 25/9/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, J. Private 895438. Killed, 18/10/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, M. Private 101536. Killed, 25/10/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, C. Private 895454. Died of Wounds, 14/11/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, P. M'L. Company Sergeant-Major 432218. Killed, 27/11/17. 

(W.O.). 
M'Donald, H. C. Private 905129. Killed, 18/12/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, A. Private 100838. Killed, 10/2/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donnell, A .D. L./Corporal 808117. Killed, 4/9/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, C. Private 435377. Died of Wounds, 4/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, J. W. Private 2621980. Killed, 4/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, J. M. Company Sergeant-Major 160815. Died of Wounds, 23/10/18. 

(W.O.). 
MacDonald, A. Private 100531. Killed, 31/10/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, D. J. Acting-Sergeant 35026. Died, 31/12./18. (W.O.). 
Donald, A. W. Private 90499. Died of Wounds, 10/9/17. (W.O.). 
M'Allister, R. S. Private 231666. Killed, 25/4/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, W. A. Private 252693. Killed, 17/9/17. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, E. Private 3205056. Killed, 8/11/18. (W.O.). 

BRITISH COLUMBIA REGIMENT. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, D. R. Lieutenant. Killed, 10/6/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, J. Lieutenant. Killed, 16/9/18. (W.O.). 

Rank and File. 

M'Donald, J. Private 16913. Died, 17/9/15. (T.). 
MacDonald, H. Private 401250. Killed, 26/5/17. (T.). 
M'Donald, H. S. L./Corporal 603183. Killed, 26/5/17. (T.). 
M'Donald, M. J. Private 472645. Killed, 29/5/17. (T.). 
M'Donald, P. Private 703523. Killed, 29/5/17. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. Private 791220. Killed, 30/5/17. (T.). 



215 

M'Donald, R. A. Private 931385. Killed, 31/5./17. (T.). 

M'Donald, J. Private 463327. Died of Wounds, 15/6/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, C. G. Private 219840. Killed, 23/6/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, J. Private 706140. Killed, 23/6/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, A. K. Private 760936. Killed, 9/7/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, H. L. Private 628473. Killed, 30/7/17. (T.). 

MacDonald, D. Private 116438. Killed, 10/9/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, N. J. Private 431176. Killed, 10/9/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, D. Private 184078. Killed, 13/9/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donnell, A. Private 826619. Killed, 14/9/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, N. Private 106778. Killed, 2/11/17. (W.O.). (Previously reported 

missing). 
MacDonald, L. Private 130018. Died of Wounds, 14/11/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, P. Private 442841. Died, 26/3/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, A. A. Private 931729. Reported by German Government as Killed 

or Died of Wounds, 27/3/18. (W.O.). Previously reported missing, 29/9/17. 
MacDonald, S. Private 2030223. Killed 14/8/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, D. C. Private 1030465. Killed, 4/9/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, D. Private 687112. Killed, 8/10/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, A. Sergeant 472156. Killed, 23/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, A. B. Private 2138597. Died of Wounds, 23/10/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, W. Private 2507735. Killed, 30/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, G. Private 2030297. Killed, 31/10/81. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, J. W. Corporal 75693. Died of Wounds, 31/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, J. M. Private 2030203. Killed, 8/11/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, L. B. Private 472673. Died of Wounds, 12/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donell, J. Private 760327. Missing, 10/12/17. (W.O.). (Not further 

reported). 
Donaldson, J. E. Private 853036. Died of Wounds, 23/7/18. (W.O.). 
M'Connell, A. Private 17033. Killed, 13/9/17. (W.O.). 
M'Innes, A. Private 17259. Killed, 16/6/15. (T.). 
M'Innes, J. S. Private 700807. Killed, 26/5/17. (T.). 
M'Innes, J. D. Private 257609. Killed, 28/3/18. (W.O.). Previously reported 

missing, 10/12/17. (W.O.). 
M'Innes, J. L./Corporal 645950. Killed, 9/5/18. (W.O.). 
M'Innes, F. L. Private 2020514. Died, 8/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Innes, J. E. Private 467929. Killed, 12/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, D. Private 160462. Killed, 31/5/17. (T.). 
M'Intyre, A. Private 431171. Killed, 13/9/17. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, R. C. Private 1003078. Killed, 19/11/17. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, J. Private 687437. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, J. W. Private 3106375. Killed, 9/9/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, R. Private 3105197. Killed, 23/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Keand, W. A. Private 2137707. Killed, 5/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Murrich, J. D. Private 1090440. Died of Wounds, 22/12/17. (W.O.). 



MANITOBA REGIMENT. 

Officer. 
M'Intyre, D. N. Lieutenant. Killed, 22/11/17. (W.O.). 



216 

Rank and File. 

MacDonald, W. Private 875012. Killed, 29/5/17. (T). 

M'Donald, W. Private 475165. Killed, 4/6/17. (T.). 

M'Donell, H. C. Private 830182. Killed, 6/9/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, W. Private 104855. Died of Wounds, 25/9/17. (W.O.) 

M'Donald, J. Private 153223. Killed, 25/9/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, J. Private 736159. Killed, 19/11/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donnell, R. L. /Corporal 830476. Killed, 19/11/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, F. W. Private 135515. Killed, 5/12/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, D. W. Private 130146. Killed, 5/12/17. (W.O.). Previously 

reported missing. 
M'Donald, J. A. Corporal 439475. Killed, 17/1/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, E. E. Private 201209. Killed, 19/6/18. (W.O.). Previouslyy re- 
ported missing, 8/12/17. 
M'Donald, W. Private 291934. Killed, 9/8/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, D. M. Private 216217. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, J. D. Sergeant 622837. Died of wounds, 13/9/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, N. Private 291615. Killed, 5/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, W. S. Private 712726. Killed, 5/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, D. L. Private 754751. Killed, 5/10/18. (W.O.). Previously reported 

missing, 5/10/18. 
M'Donald, J. A. Private 2379307. Killed, 25/10/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, D. A. Private 1084421. Died, 8./11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Allister, D. Private 628521. Killed, 25/7/17. (W.O.). 
M'Allister, C. A. Private 722278. Died, 20/3/18. (W.O.). 
M'Allister, H. L. L. /Corporal 23556. Killed, 26/8/18. (W.O.). 
M'Connell, C. Private 871617. Killed, 3/10/17. (W.O.). 
M'Connell, E. L. Private 892566. Died of wounds, 5/12/17. (W.O.). 
M'Crindle, A. Private 721058. Killed, 8/8/17. (W.O.). 
M'Crindle, W. Private 187801. Killed, 4/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Cutcheon, A. W. Private 439438. Died of wounds, 14/1/18. (W.O.). 
M'Innes, H. Private 288413. Killed, 13/12/17. (W.O.). 
M'Innes, P. Sergeant 72099. Killed, 10/1/18. (W.O.). 
M'Innes, J. M. Private 2383431. Killed, 8/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, A. L. Private 164156. Killed, 6/9/17. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, N. Corporal 622569. Killed, 24/1/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, M. Private 865835. Killed, 9/9/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, H. Private 718572. Killed, 4/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, J. A. Private 234029. Killed, 1/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Isaac, H. D. Private 2129181. Killed, 1/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Kane, A. Private 2381269. Killed, 8/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Kean, J. Private 2173427. Killed, 1/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, D. M. Private 1000221. Missing, 28/11/17. (W.O.). Not further 

reported. 
M'Donald, F. Corporal 420995. Missing, 28/11/17. (W.O.). Not further 

reported. 
M'Donald, C. Private 2379433. Wounded and missing, 18/11/18. (W.O.). 

Not further reported. 
Donald, W. H. Private 784045. Missing, 6/11/18. (W.O.). Not further 

reported. 



217 

CENTRAL ONTARIO REGIMENT 

Officers. 

M' Donald, D. W. Lieutenant. Wounded and missing, believed killed, 14/9/17. 

(W.O.). 
M'Donald, A. D. Lieutenant. Killed, 22/8/18. (W.O.). 

Rank and File. 

M'Donald, A. Private 730072. Killed, 29/5/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, W. Private 799594. Killed, 29/5/17. (T.). 

MacDonald, W. S. L. /Sergeant 164315. Killed, 5/7/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, T. St.C. Private 654066. Killed, 9/7/17. (T.). 

MacDonald, J. G. Private 404411. Killed, 14/8/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, W. Private 767060. Killed, 28/8,/ 17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, L. Sergeant 438909. Killed, 4/9/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, J. Private 838767. Died of wounds, 8/11/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, E. Private 10551. Killed, 27/11/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, T. T. Private 654131. Killed, 4/12/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, J. W. Private 851042. Killed, 8/12/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, P. J. Private 633396. Died of wounds, 6/5/18. (W.O.). 

MacDonell, C. E. Private 18778. Died of wounds, 13/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donell, H. Private 862808. Died of wounds, 13/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, H. R. Private 633774. Died of wounds, 4/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donell, H. Private 438938. Killed, 5./10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, H. A. Private 3034272. Killed, 22/11/18. (W.O.). Previously 
reported missing, 7/11/18. 

M'Donald, O. Private 648587. Killed, 8/11/18. (W.O.). 

Donaldson, D. A. /L. /Corporal 799271. Killed, 29/11/17. (W.O.). 

Donaldson, A. J. Private 725569. Killed, 13/12/17. (W.O.). 

Donaldson, A. Private 800246. Killed. 23/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Allister, T- Sergeant 63633. Killed, 22/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Allister, S. Private 315954. Killed, 7/11/18. (W.O.). 

M'Connell, H. F. Private 838355. Killed, 18/5/17. (T.). 

M'Connell. H. A. Private 669260. Died of wounds, 20/7/18. (W.O.). 

M'Cutcheon, E. Private 727224. Killed, 8/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Innes, D. G. Private 757870. Killed, 29/5/17. (T.). 

M'Innes, G. J. Private 27929. Died of wounds, 15/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Kean, J. Private 862910. Died of wounds, 29/5/17. ' (T.). 

M'Intyre, B. S. Private 787940. Killed, 23/8/17. (W.O.). 

M'Intvre, E. A. Corporal 907348. Died of wounds, 10/4/18. (W.O.). 

M'Intyre, L. R. Private 3030618. Killed, 30/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Isaac, A. Private 787644. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 

M'Isaac, T. Private 787660. Killed, 30/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Kean, G. C. Private 739318. Killed, 8/5./18. (W.O.). 

M'Kean, G. Private 407132. Killed, 7/10/18. (W.O.). Previously reported 
missing, 4/10/18. 

M'Larty, D. J. L./Corporal 803227. Killed, 30/9/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, N. Private 1090347. Missing 7/12/17. (W.O.). Not further re- 
ported. 

M'Intyre, R. Private 642879. Missing, 7/11/18. (W.O.). Not further re- 
ported. 



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EASTERN ONTARIO REGIMENT. 



Rank and File. 

Killed, 18/5/17. (T.). 
Killed, 18/5/17. (T.). 
Killed, 9/7/17. (T.). 
Killed, 23/11/17. (W.O.). 
Died of wounds, 24/11/17. (W.O.). 
Died of wounds, 3/6/18. (W.O.). 
. Killed, 16/9/18. (W.O.). 
Private 3056275. Killed, 5/10/18. (W.O.). 
C. Private 346001. Killed, 30/10/18. (W.O.). 
P. Private 3055956. Killed, 30/10/18. (W.O). 

. Private 1263711. Killed, 30/10/18. (W.O.). 

Private 195418. Died of wounds, 24/11/17. (W.O.). 
C. H. Private 636140. Killed, 9/8/17. (T.). 
L Private 343994. Killed, 27/11/17. (W.O.). 
M'Connell, W. Private 817676. Killed, 27/11/17. (W.O.). 
M'Hugh, F. Private 637198. Killed, 30/9/18. (W.O.). 
M'Innis, C. H. L./Corporal 774261. Killed, 11/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, A. Private 634095. Died of Wounds, 18/6/17. (T.). 
M'Intyre, F. J. Private 788524. Died of Wounds, 22/10/18. (W.O. 



MacDonald, D. Corporal 705. 
M'Donnell, M. Private 725613. 
M'Donald, C. Private 669665. 
M'Donald, D. Private 727635. 
M'Donald, P. J. Private 59708. 
M'Donald, A. Private 183844. 
M'Donald, A J. Private 633372 
M'Donald, A. 
MacDonald, A. 
M'Donald, W. 

M'Donald, 

Donald, E. 
Donaldson, 
M'Connell, 



WESTERN ONTARIO REGIMENT. 



Officers. 

MacDonald, J. W. Lieutenant. Killed, 16/6/15. (T.). 
MacDonald, D. R. Lieutenant. Killed, 27/8/18. (W.O.) 
Donald, W. J. Lieutenant. Killed, 8/10/18. (W.O.). 

Rank and File. 



Killed, 14/1/16. 
Killed, 19/5/17. 
Killed, 12/7/17. 



(T.). 
(T.). 

(T.). 



M'Donald, A. R. L./Corporal 18221. Believed drowned, 29/11/15. (T.). 

Hospital Ship "Anglia." 
M'Donald, J. A. Sergeant 18454. 
M'Donald, E. D. Private 775884. 
MacDonald, D. Private 201639. 
MacDonald, A. D. Private 654554. 

MacDonald, S. A. C. Private 675068. Drowned, 11/9/18. 
M'Donald, A. A. Private 3131667. Killed, 7/10/18. (W 
Private 880108. Died of wounds, 10/5/18. 

Private 446538. Killed, 26/10/18. (W.O.). 

Private 1263503. Killed, 28/10/18. (W.O.). 

M. Private 135188. Killed, 3/7/17. (T.). 



Died of wounds, 4/9/18. (W.O. 
(W.O.). 



.O. 



M'Coll, H. J. 
M'Innes, H. 
M'Innes, K. 
M'Intyre, A. 



(W.O.) 



NEW BRUNSWICK REGIMENT. 

Rank and File. 

Macdonald, A. G. Private 69691. Killed, 19/5/17. (T.). 
MacDonald, J. T. Private 742520. Killed, 23/5/18. (W.O. 



219 



M'Donald, G. Private 70201. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, J. P. Private 715937. Killed, 23/9/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, D. V. Private 716128. Killed, 5/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, C. Private 715491. Killed, 16/10/18. (W.O.). 
Macdonald, H. A. Private 712997. Died of Wounds, 2/11/18. 
Donaldson, A. Sergeant 863303. Died, 11/1/19. (W.O.). 
M'Allister, W. Private 709307. Killed, 28/11/17. (W.O.). 
M'Innis, J. F. Private 2040168. Killed, 23/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, J. A. Private 715107. Killed, 28/11/17. (W.O.). 



(W.O.). 



NOVA SCOTIA REGIMENT. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, A. D. Lieutenant. Killed, 13/11/17. (W.O.). 

Rank and File. 

M'Donald, M. A. Private 712442. Died of Wounds, 2/6/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, N. J. Private 415063. Killed, 2/6/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, M. Private 222259. Killed, 4/6/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, A. Private 877754. Killed, 27/7/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, R. R. Private 877912. Killed, 27/7/17. (T.). 

MacDonald, L. Private 878407. Killed, 11/9/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, D. J. Private 222225. Died of Wounds, 19/11/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, D. M. Private 68277. Died of Wounds, 26/11/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, J. A. Private 478566. Killed, 10/12/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, A. D. Sergeant 223224. Died of Wounds, 16/1/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, J. A. A. /Sergeant 878327. Killed, 3/4/18. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, R. B. Private 902399. Killed, 8/4/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, T. Private 1060054. Died of Wounds, 8/8/18. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, F. J. Private 901183. Killed, 12/8/18. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, J. F. Private 877646. Killed, 19/8/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, A. Private 1060259. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, D. B. Private 877110. Died, 4/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, M. Private 877125. Killed, 5/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, J. C. Private 877306. Killed, 23/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, D. Private 700460. Killed, 27/9/18. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, A. Private 878008. Killed, 22/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, J. A. Private 877544. Died of Wounds, 30/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, A. Private 207646. Killed, 31/10/18. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, A. Private 877191. Killed, 31/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Connell, W. H. Private 1000207. Killed, 12/11/18. (W.O.). 

M'Innis, J. Private 878250. Killed, 23/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Innis, M. A. Private 877491. Killed, 31/10/18. (W.O.). 

Maclntyre, N. Private 222340. Killed, 23/11/17. (W.O.). 

M'Intyre, A. Private 68205. Killed, 27/6/18. (W.O.). 

M'Intyre, J. Private 471009. Died of Wounds, 22/10/18. (W.O.). 

M' Isaac, D. Private 736640. Killed, 27/7/17. (T.). 

M'Isaac, J. M. Private 901693. Killed, 15/8/17. (W.O.). 

M'Isaac, T. Private 877165. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 



220 

QUEBEC REGIMENT. 

Officers. 
M'Intyre, R. Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 12/11/17. (W.O.). 

Rank and File. 

MacDonald, W. J. Priavte 793030. Killed, 28/5/17. (T.). 

MacDonald, A. Private 193117. Killed, 28/5/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, C. J. Private 805471. Killed, 29/5/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, A. J. Private 222217. Killed, 30/5/17. (T.). 

MacDonald, C. Private 418731. Killed, 31/5/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, J. E. Private 111354. Kiled, 9/7/17. (T.j. 

MacDonald, C. C. Private 177141. Killed, 17/8/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, A. J. Private 152566. Killed, 21/8/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, S. Private 832454. Died of Wounds, 28/8/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, L. J. Private 712544. Killed, 6/9/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donnell, J. Private 827085. Killed, 11/9/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, W. G. H. Private 803039. Killed, 19/9/17. ^W.O.). 

MacDonald, C. S. Private 8004. Killed, 20/9/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, H. Private 123575. Died of Wounds, 19/11/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, G. Private 111300. Killed, 1/12/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donad, G. Private 24973. Died of Wounds, 28/3/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, W. Private 1054378. Accidentally killed, 9/5/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, W. Private 766628. Died of Wounds, 13/5/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, A. Private 132646. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.j. 

M'Donald, A. Private 2075406. Killed, 26/8/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, R. J. Private 713017. Killed, 26/8/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, E. Private 414858. Killed, 2/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, A. J. Private 41158. Died of Wounds ,2/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donnell, E. Private 412903. Killed, 23/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, C. Private 902524. Killed, 28/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, T. Sergeant 415992. Killed, 28/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, R. A. Private 4040042. Killed, 30/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, H. Corporal 457953. Killed, 26/11/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, E. Private 712197. Died, 27/12/18. (W.O.). 

Donaldson, J. Corporal 457992. Killed, 2/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Allister, F. Private 841113. Died of Wounds, 24/11/17. (W.O.). 

M'Allister, D. D. Private 1018664. Died, 30/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Alister, S. D. C. Private 793068. Killed, 5/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Connell, S. R. Private 793944. Died of Wounds, 18/5/17. (T.). 

M'Hugh, C. H. Private 832459. Died of Wounds, 16/11/17. (W.O.). 

M'llwraith, T. Private 775338. Killed, 25/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Innes, P. H. Private 793575. Missing, 19/9/17. (W.O.). Not further re- 
ported. 

M'Innes, W. F. Private 902071. Missing, believed killed, 9/10/18. (W.O.). 
Reported killed, 30/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Intyre, E. R. Private 742730. Killed, 11/9/17. (W.O.). 

M'Intyre, F. Private 919156. Killed, 14/6/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, G. Private 709200. W r ounded and missing, 27/11/17. (W.O.). 
Not further reported. 



221 

M'Donald, H. Private 110103. Missing, 23/9/18. (W.O.). Not further re- 
ported. 

M'Donald, D. Private 1031221. Missing, 13/11/18. (W.O.). Not further re- 
ported. 

M'Donald, J. Private 2075478. Missing, 13/11/18. (W.O.). Not further re- 
ported. 

SASKATCHEWAN REGIMENT. 

Rank and File. 

M'Donald.R. Private 151103. Killed, 28/5/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, J. Private 101059. Killed, 29/5/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, B. A. Private 198404. Killed, 29/5/17. (T.). 

M'Donald, G. S. Private 91089G. Killed, 6/9/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonell, H. G. Private 911374. Killed, 7/9/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, P. Private 907886. Died of Wounds, 11/10/17. (W.O.I 

M'Donald, A. L./Corporal 74020. Killed, 28/11/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, J. Private 907542. Killed, 29/11/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, A. Private 291329. Killed, 8/12/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, D. Private 1009777. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, P. Private 276215. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, A. N. Private 267017. Died of Wounds, 5/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, J. A. Private 126365. Killed, 5/10/18. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, A. Private 269007. Died, 12/10/18. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, J. A. Private 1010236. Killed, 25/10/18. (W.O.). 

Donald, E. Private 1051118. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 

Donaldson, G Private 106928. Killed, 19/8/18. (W.O.).) 

M'Connell, W. H. Private 267220. Killed, 31/8/18. (W.O.). 

M'Connell, W. M. Private 888134. Killed, 1/1/18. (W.O.). 

M'Cutcheon, G. F. W. Private 108120. Died, 2/1/19. (W.O.). 

M'Innes, W. L. Sergeant 425136. Killed, 31/5/18. (W.O.). 

Maclnnes, M. Private 257468. Killed, 24/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Isaac, D. L./Corporal 135536. Killed, 3/7/17. (W.O.). 

M'Intyre, W. W. Private 781858. Killed, 18/10/18. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, G. C. T. Private 255002. Reported wounded and missing, 5/10/18. 

(W.O.). Not further reported. 
M'Donald, W. S. Private 925947. Reported missing, 17/11/17. (W.O.). Not 

further reported. 
M'Intyre, J. Private 8154. Reported wounded and missing, 19/10/17. (W.O.). 

Not further reported. 
M'Intvre, S. S. Private 910046. Reported missing, 27/11/17 (W.O.) and 

reported killed, 20/3/18. (W.O.). 

ARMY MEDICAL CORPS. 

Officers. 

MacDonald, T. H. Lieutenant-Colonel. Missing, believed Drowned, 10/6/18. 

(W.O.). 
M'Isaac. W. F. Captain. Died of Wounds, 10/6/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donnell, W. S. Major. Died, 21/11/18. (W.O.). 



222 

Rank and File. 

MacDonald, A. W. Private 523243. Died, 15/1/17. (T.). 

MacDonnell, S. J. Private 536017. Killed, 31/5/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, L. H. Private 2098858. Missing-, believed Drowned, 17/7/1* 
(W.O.). 

ARMY NURSING SERVICE. 

MacDonald, K. M. Sister. Killed, 31/5/18. (W.O.). 

ARMY SERVICE CORPS. 

M'Donald, D. Corporal. 423078. Died of Wounds, 26/6/17. (T.). 

FORESTRY CORPS. 

MacDonald, H. Private 273155. Died, 6/9/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, A. R. Private 222336. Died, 19/6/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, W. J. Private 2498934. Died, 16/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Hugh, J. S. Private 2208356. Died, 3/6/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intvre, J. D. Private 902447. Died, 2/10/17. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, P. Private 166589. Died, 5/6/18. (W.O.). 

RAILWAY TROOPS. 

Officer. 
M'Allister, A. B. Lieutenant. Killed, 12/10/17. (W.O.). 

Rank and File. 

M'Donald, J. D. Private 902447. Killed, 2/10/17. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, W. Private 2125386. Killed, 24/4/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, N. L./Corporal 1039807. Died, 16/12/18. (W.O.). 
Darroch, H S. Private 1102031. Died of Wounds, 30/10/17. (W.O.). 
Donald, M. Private 430033. Died of Wounds, 12/10/17. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, J. F. Private 3030352. Died of Wounds, 12/4/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, D. L. L./Corporal 71. Died, 18/11/18. (W.O.). 

CYCLIST CORPS. 

M'Donnell, W. J. Private 190. Died of Wounds, 9/11/18. (W.O.). 

ROYAL NEWFOUNDLAND REGIMENT. 

M'Donald, B. Private 2870. Died of wounds, 7/12/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, W. G. Private 1678. Killed or died of wounds, 16/1/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, M. P. Private 1746. Killed, 16/5/18. (W.O.). 



223 



i^eto Healanb* 



DIVISIONAL HEADQUARTERS. 

M'Donald, H. Private 697. Died, 23/12/15. 

MOUNTED RIFLES. 

Officer. 

M'Donald, D. B. Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 15/6/15. (T.). Wellington 
Mounted Rifles. 

Rank and File. 

MacDonald, A. Sergeant 333. Died of Wounds, 29/9/15. Wellington Mounted 

Rifles (Med. E. F.). (T.). 
M'Donald, D. M. Sergeant 460. Killed, 20/9/15. Canterbury Mounted Rifles 

(Med. E. F.). (T.). 
M'Donald, H. Corporal 697. Died, 3/1/16. Wellington Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
MacDonald, M. Trooper 228. Died of Wounds, 28/7/15. Canterbury Mounted 

Rifles. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. Private 9/1196. Killed, 2/2/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, T. A. Trooper 79. Missing, believed killed, 27/1/16. Canterbury 

Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
M'Innes, M. Trooper 367. Killed, 27/1/16. Canterbury Mounted Rifles. (T.). 
M'Intyre, C. C. Private 16429. Killed, 16/4/18. (W.O.). 

CAMEL CORPS. 

M'Connell, D. Private 17427. Killed, 23/4/18. (W.O.). 

FIELD ARTILLERY. 

M'Donald, F. A. Gunner 1451. Died, 23/11/15. (T.). 

M'Donald, W. Private . Killed, 22/11/17. (W.O.). 

M'Donald, A. Gunner . Killed, 24/9/18. (W.O.). 

ENGINEERS. 

M'Coll, D. A. Sapper 1297. Killed, 23/11/15. (T.). 

AREA EMPLOYMENT CO. 

M'Coll, A. Private 23858. Died, 17/1/19. 



224 
INFANTRY. 



Officers. 

MacDonald, A. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 11/2/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, J. 2nd Lieutenant. Died, 12/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Alister, D. Lieutenant. Died of Wounds, 19/4/18. (W.O.). 
M'Coll, A. Captain and Adjutant. Killed, 12/7/16. (T.). 
M'Intyre, E. Major. Died of Wounds, 10/8/17. (W r .O.). 

M'lntyre, P. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 30/10/17. (Machine Gun Corps). 
(W.O.). 

Rank and File. 



R. 

N. 



M'Donald, 

(T.). 
M'Donald, C. 

(T.). 
MacDonald, T 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donald, K. 
MacDonald, A. 

(Med. E.F 
M'Donald, K. 
M'Donald, S. 

(T.). 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 

Battalion. 
M'Donald, R. 
M'Donald, A. 
M'Donald, G. 
M'Donald, T. 
MacDonald, J. 
MacDonald, E 
M'Donald, S. 
M'Donald, C. 
MacDonald, H 
M'Donald, C. 
M'Donald, T. 
MacDonald, J. 
M'Donald, H. 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
M'Donald, 
MacDonald, D. 
M'Donald, T. 
MacDonald, J. 
M'Donald, E. 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donald, H. 
M'Donald, N. 
M'Donald, G. 



A. Sergeant-Major 1089. Killed, 4/6/15. Wellington Battalion. 



V. L./Corporal 433. Killed, 18/6/15. 



Wellington Battalion. 
(T.). 



Private 1351. Killed, 24/6/15. Canterbury Battalion 
Private 248. Killed, 24/6/15. Otago Battalion. (T.). 

Private 242. Killed, 11/9/15. Wellington Battalion. (T.). 

Sergeant 333. Died of Wounds, 20/9/15. Wellington Battalion 
). (T.). 

Private 1891. Killed, 23/12/15. Wellington Battalion. (T.). 
Sergeant 896. Missing, believed Killed, 11/2/16. Otago Battalion 



Private 8/1874. 
Private 8/2519. 

Private 8/3327. 
Private 25/1176. 
Private 25/517. 
Private 8/1120. 
Private 8/2979. 
Private 5/249. 



Killed, 24/7/16. (T.J. 

Missing, believed Killed, 3/8/16. (T. 

Died of Wounds, 5/8/16. (T.). 
Killed, 7/8/16. (T.). 
Killed, 9/10/16. (T.). 
Died of Wounds, 11/10/16. (T.). 
Died of Wounds, 16/10/16. (T.). 
T.). 



Otago 



G. 

J- 
G. 
C. 



Killed, 18/10/16 
A/Corporal 26/606. Killed, 18/10/16.' (T.). 
Private 10/13. Killed, 23/10/16. (T.). 

Private 23/1748. Killed, 28/10/16. (T.). 
Private 11701. Killed, 30/10/16. (T.). 
Private 13068. Killed, 2/11/16. (T.). 

Sergeant 26/1654. Killed, 6/11/16. (T.). 

Private 6/3798. Died of Wounds, 18/12/16. (T.). 
Private 28186. Died, 19/3/17. (T.). 
Sergeant 26/514. Killed, 16/4/17. (T.). 
Private 14132. Killed, 9/7/17. (T.). 
Private 29275. Killed, 11/7/17. (T.). 

Private 29693. Died of Wounds, 27/7/17. (T.). 
Private 35214. Died of Wounds, 3/8/17. (T.). 

Private 3285. Died of Wounds, 23/8/17. (W.O.) 
Private 24035. Killed, 31/8/17. (W.O.). 
Private 32700. Killed, 10/9/17. (W.O.). 

Private 32416. Killed, 24/10/17. (W.O.). 
L./Corporal 10/3688. Killed, 21/10/17. (W.O.). 
Private 37279. Killed, 3/11/17. (W.O.). 



225 



MacDonald, A, 
M' Donald, A. 
M'Donald, N. 

(W.O.). 
M'Donald, A. 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donald, H. 
M'Donald. H. 
M'Donald, A. 
M'Donald, A. 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donald, D. 
M'Donald, M. 
M'Donald, G. 
M'Donald, J. 
M'Donnell, J. 
Darragh, J. 
Darrach, R. 



Private 31878. Killed, 13/11/17. (W.O.). 
Private 28626. Killed, 29/11/17. (W.O.). 
Private 26/1658. Missing, 22/11/17. Reported Killed, 26/11/17. 



Private 53380. 

Private 14668. 

Private 45876. 

Private 26872. 

Private 40605. 

Private 58568. 

Corporal 8/3971 

Private 64101. 



Died of Wounds, 26/12/17. 
Killed, 25/2/18. (W.O.). 

Killed, 20/4/18. (W.O.). 

Killed, 1/5/18. (W.O.). 
Killed, 24/5/18. (W.O.). 
Killed,' 22/6/18. (W.O.). 
Killed, 21/9/18. (W.O.) 



(W.O.). 



Killed, 1/10/18. (W.O. 

L./Corporal 35578. Killed, 1/10/18. (W.O. 

Private 63185. Killed, 3/10/18. (W.O.). 

Private 63652. Killed, 11/10/18. (W.O.). 

Private 23012. Killed, 3/6/18. (W.O.). 
Private 22316. Killed, 24/10/17. (W.O.). 
Private 31610. Killed, 1/2/18. (W.O.). 



Donaldson, 
Donaldson, 
M'Allister, 
M'Allister, 
M'Allister, 
M'Allister, 
MacAlister, 



J- 

J- 
D. 
G. 
P. 
P. 

R. 



(T. 



M'Alister, W 
M'Allister, G. 
M'Coll, G 
M'Connell 
M'Connell, J. 
M'Connell, R. 
M'Connell, E. 
M'Connell, J. 
M'Connell, R. 
M'Connell, W. 
M'Cutcheon, J 
M'Innes, A. 
M'Innes, D. 
M'Innes, H. 
M'Innes, A. 
M'Innes, M. 
M'Innes, G. 
M'Intyre, A. 
M'Intyre, D. 

Battalion 
M'Intvre W. 

(T.). 
M'Intyre, D. 
M'Intyre, C. 
M'Intyre, J. 
M'Intyre. T- 
M'Intvre, A. 



Private 9/1280. Accidentally Killed, 24/7/16 
Private 25688. Killed, 20/11/18. (W.O.). 
Private 12/1737. Killed, 31/10/16. (T.). 
. Killed, 12/3/17. (T.). 
. Killed, 24/10/17. (W.O.). 
Killed, 19/11/17. (W.O.). 
Killed, 1/2/18. (W.O.). 
Died of Wounds, 2/5/18. (W.O.). 
Died of Wounds, 5/12/18. (W.O.). 



Private 26/1010 
Private 10/2680 
Private 6/4100. 
Private 47233. 
Private 47280. 
Private 15583. 



Private 23/2521. Killed, 30/10/16. (W.O. 
A. Private 26/362. Killed, 7/8/16. (T.). 
J. Private 26/1207. Killed, 2/11/16. (T.). 
R. Private 32042. Killed, 12/7/17. (T.). 

L./Corporal 11506. Died of Wounds, 20/8/17. (W.O. 
Private 12/2050. Killed, 13/11/17. (W.O.). 
Killed, 21/5/18. (W.O.). 
Killed, 9/10/18. (W.O.). 
Died of Wounds, 8/10/17. (W.O.). 
Killed, 24/6/15. Canterbury Battalion. 
Killed, 14/10/16. (T.). 
Killed, 27/4/17. (T.) 



Corporal 29049. 
Corporal 22171. 
Private 42692. 
L. /Sergeant 518. 
Private 26/897. 
Private 23861. 



(T. 



(W.O. 



Private 22430. Killed, 14/9/17. (W.O., 
Private 48776. Missing, believed "Killed', 11/1/18. 
Corporal 26/610. Killed, 24/9/18. (W.O.). 

Killed, 4/6/15. Canterbury Battalion. (T.). 
Missing, believed Killed, 11/2/16. Wellington 



". Private 683. 

Private 1100. 

(T.). 
Corporal 9/165. 



Killed, 6/10/16. New Zealand Pioneer Battalion. 



Private 10/3041. Killed, 30/10/16. (T. 

Private 8/4190. Killed, 9/1/17. (T.). 
Private 8/976. Killed, 1/1/18. (W.O.). 
Private 53050. Killed. 28/2/18. (W.O.). 

Private 15754. Killed, 18/9/18. (W.O.) 



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M'Intyre, W. Private 45610. Killed, 5/12/18. (W.O.). 

M'Isaac, S. L./Corporal 6/307. Killed, 3/11/16. (T.). 

M'Isaac, A. Private 26873. Died of Wounds, 2/7/17. (T.). 

M'Kechnie, R. Private 24/216. Killed, 6/11/16. (T.). 

M'Kechnie, J. Private 26660. Killed, 20/12/17. (W.O.). 

M'Kechnie, H. Private 8/1738. Killed, 4/9/18. (W.O.). 

M'Lardy, H. Sergeant-Major 1122. Killed, 24/6/15. Otago Battalion. (T.). 

M'Murrich, D. Private 21211. Killed, 17/5/18. (W.O.). 

Missing and not further Reported. 

M'Donald, H. Private 11082. 22/11/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, J. Private 61347. 15/11/18. (W.O.). 

MACHINE GUN CORPS. 

M'Intyre, A. Private 38567. Killed, 27/11/17. (W.O.). 

RIFLE BRIGADE. 

M'Intyre, F. Private 39442. Killed, 30/8/17. (W.O.). 



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MOUNTED RIFLES. 

M'Donald, G. G. Sergeant . Killed, 26/9/14. At Zandfortein. 

INFANTRY. 

Officers. 

M'Donald, F. V. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 26/10/16. (T.). 

MacDonald, A. W. H., M.C. Captain. Died of wounds, 29/7/17. (W.O.). 

MacDonald, D. 2nd Lieutenant. Killed, 2/11/17. (W.O.). 

Rank and File. 

MacDonald, J. Private 4113. Killed, 11/3/16. 1st S. A. Infantry, Cape of Good 

Hope Regiment. (T.). 
M'Donald, F. E. Private 2988. Died of Wounds, 3/7/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, G. Private 5801. Died, 21/7/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, D. Private 3157. Killed, 7/8/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, P. J. Private 2123. Killed, 7/8/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, D. Private 3157. Killed, 10/8/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, M. Private 1863. Killed, 14/8/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, R. Private 251. Killed, 14/8/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, R. L./Corporal 5144. Killed, 14/8/16. Killed in action, 18/7/16. 

4th Regiment, B. Company. (T.). 
M'Donald, J. A. Private 1615. Died, 7/10/16. Rhodesian Regiment. (T.). 
M'Donald, C. C. Private 6981. Killed, 13/11/16. (T.). 
M'Donald, A. Private 4680. Killed, 4/4/17. (T.). 
M'Donald, W. S. A./Sergeant 6845. Killed, 11/4/17. (T.). 
M'Donald, A. M. Corporal 3276. Killed, 9/5/17. (T.). 
M'Donald, D .W. Private 5669. Killed, 15/6/17. (T.). 
M'Donald, D. Private 9041. Killed, 11/10/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, J. B. L./Corporal 8171. Killed, 15/10/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, J Private 14144 Died, 15/4/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, W. J. Private 16432. Died of Wounds, 23/4/18. (W.O.). 
MacDonald, R. L./Corporal 13116. Killed, 4/5/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, C. J. Company Sergeant-Major 8120. Killed, 30/10/18. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, D. Private 10816. Killed, 10/12/18. (W.O.). 
Donald, W. Private 9175. Killed, 1/11/17. (W.O.). 
Donaldson, J. A. Private 7542. Killed, 26/10/16. (T.). 
Donaldson, J. Private 19036. Died, 5/11/18. (W.O.). 
M'Alister, R. M'P. Private 780. Killed, 10/1/18. (W.O.). 
M'Connell, E. Private 15173. Killed, 10/12/18. (W.O.). 
M'Innes, J. Private 4628. Killed, 7/8/16. (T.). 
M'Innes, G. Private 7332. Killed, 17/12/18. (W.O.). 
M'Intyre, J. W. Private 9499. Killed, 5/5/17. (T.). 
M'Kechnie, A. Private 8828. Killed, 9/5/17. (T.). 



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Reported Missing and not further Reported. 

M'Donald, C. L./Sergeant 7908. Missing, 17/11/17. (W.O.). 
M'Alister, C. M. Private 12080. Missing, 25/4/18. (W.O.). 
M'Connell, J. Private 16038. Missing, 29/4/18. (W.O.). 

Departmental Units. 

MacDonald, W. Sergeant G89. Killed, 2/4/17. (T.). 
MacDonald, J. Private 318. Died, 16/8/17. (W.O.). 
M'Donald, J. Private 123. Died, 27/12/18. (W.O.). 



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honours JLi&l 



ftopal JlJatop. 

Order of St. Michael and St. George. 
Donaldson, Captain Leonard Andrew Boyd. Gaz. 3/6/18 

Order of the British Empire. 

Macdonald, Paymaster Captain David James. Gaz. 1/7/19. To be Commander 
of the Military Division, C.B.E. 

For valuable services as Accountant Officer on the staff of the Principal 
Naval Transport Officer, Thames. 
MacDonald, Commander Malcolm Henry Somerled, D.S.O. Gaz. 14/10/19. To 
be Officer of the Military Division. 

For valuable Services at the Peace Conference, Paris. 

Order of the Nile. 
Macdonald, Captain (Acting) William B. Commander. Gaz. 11/8/17. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

MacDonald, Commander Malcolm Henry Somerled. Gaz. 15/9/16. 

Remarks by Admiral Beatty. For his coolness in the night action, when 

he extinguished the fires on mess deck, and his prompt action in preventing 

the fore magazine from being flooded. 
MacDonald, Commander (Act. Capt.) William Balfour. Gas. 18/4/19. 

In recognition of his services whilst attached to the Staff of the Eastern 

Forces in Egypt and Palestine. 

Distinguished Service Cross. 

M'Donald, Captain David P. H.M.T. "Queen Louise." Gaz. 30/5/16. 

Has displayed great energy, determination, and keenness in the working 

of his ship and for the special purpose for which she has been used, viz. — 

taking guns and valuable cargo to the peninsula. His ship has been 

frequently under fire. 
Macdonald, Lieut. Henry Crawford. Gaz. 20/1/20. 

For distinguished services on the occasion of the mining of H.M.S. 

" Myrtle " on the 15th July, 1919, when he displayed seamanship of a 

high order. 

Conspicuous Gallantry Medal. 

Darrock, O.N. K5718 (Ch.) Stoker, 1st Class, John. Gaz. 21/6/18. 

For most conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He entered the 
damaged boiler room of H.M.S. " Botha " from which steam was still 
escaping and assisted watchkeepers to get on deck under heavy fire. 



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Distinguished Service Medal. 

M'Donald, Donkeyman Archibald (mercantile rating). Gaz. 21/4/17. 
Macdonald, O.N. J12031 (Dev.) Leading Seaman Francis. Gaz. 11/11/19. 
MacDonald, O.N. 269830 (Ch.) E.R.A. 1st Class Gilbert Hingston. Gaz. 11/12/18. 
M'Donald, O.N. 357128 (Po.) S.B.S. James. Gaz. 17/5/18. 

M'Donald, O.N. 197544 1st Class Petty Officer Robert. Patrol Cruisers. Gaz. 7/8/15. 
M'Intyre, E.R.A. O.N. 270902 (Po.) 2nd Class, Arthur. Gaz. 30/10/17. 
M'Intyre, Clyde, 5/2412 Leading Seaman John M'Neilage. Anson Bn. Gaz. 10/9/15. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

Donald, O.N. 156145 (Dev.) Shipwright, 1st Class, Thomas. Gaz. 24/6/19. 
M'Donald, O.N. 188517 (Dev.) Ch. Yeo. Sigs. Alfred James. Gaz. 20/6/19. 
M'Intyre, O.N. J21263 (Po.) Leading Seaman Victor Albert Edwin. Gaz. 15/7/19. 

Promotions, Etc 

M'Connell, Gunner Thomas. Gaz. 15/9/16. Recommended for commendation. 
Gaz. 15/9/16. Commended for services. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant-Commander Allan R. A. Gaz. 28/12/17. To be Commander. 

Macdonald, Acting Lieutenant John Alexander. R.N.R. Gaz. 15/9/16. Re- 
commended for promotion. Gaz. 15/9/16. Promoted to Lieutenant. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, O.N. K.3631 1st Class Stoker John Wilson. Gaz. 15/5/16. 

M'Donald, O.N. 289446 Stoker P.O. Charles (Po.). Gaz. 28/8/18. (Missing). 

MacDonald, O.N. 158410 (Po.) C.P.O. Donald. Gaz. 18/2/19. 

M'Donald. O.N. 204921 (R.F.R. Ch./B10143) P.O. Frederick. Gaz. 10/8/17. 

M'Donald, O.N. 195582 (Ch.) P.O. George. Gaz. 21/6/18. 

Macdonald, O.N. 269299 (Po.) C.E.R.A., 1st Class, James. Gaz. 14/3/19. 

M'Donald, Captain K. M. Gaz. 5/3/18. 

MacDonald, Commander Malcolm Henrv Somerled. Gaz. 12/2/19. 

Macdonald, O.N. 197544 Petty Officer R. Gaz. 6/8/15. 

Macdonald, Commander (Acting Captain) W. B. Headquarters' Staff. Gas. 

20/6/16; 1/12/16; 6/7/17. 
M'Donald, Rigger William. Gaz. 7/6/18. 
MacDonell, Local Colonel E. E. N. Staff. Gaz. 5/3/18. 
M'Kechnie, Leading Seaman O.N. 157509 Colin. (Killed). H.M.S. " Lord 

Nelson." Gaz. 13/8/15. Special recommendations. 

This seaman was one ol the crew of boats landing troops on " V ' 
Beach, a service from which few returned. 
Macrorie, Captain Arthur Kenneth, M.V.O. Gaz. 14/3/16 

Order of Leopold. Chevalier (Belgium). 
M'Donald, P.O. Robert. Gaz. 14/3/16. 

Legion of Honour (French). 

MacDonald, D.S.O. Commander Malcolm H.S. Gas. 23/5/19. 
Macrorie, Captain Arthur K., M.V.O. Gaz. 21/6/18. 



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Croix de Guerre (French). 
M'Donald, O. N. 188517 (Dev.) Ch. Yeo. Sigs. Alfred J. Gas. 1/4/19. 

Medaille Militaire. 

Darroch, Acting Leading Stoker John, C.G.M., O.N., K5718 (Ch.). Gaz. 

14/3/19. 
M'Donald, O.N. 204921 (R.F.R., Ch./B10143) P.O. Frederick. Gas. 21/6/18. 

Italian Bronze Medal. 

M'Connell, Gunner Thomas. Gaz. 16/11/17. 

M'Donald, O.N. 204921 (Ch.\ P.O. Frederick. Gaz. 16/3/18. 

Order of the Redeemer (Hellenes). 
Macrorie. Captain Arthur K., M.V.O. Gaz. 17/4/18. 

Order of the Sacred Treasure, 3rd Class (Japanese). 
Macrorie, Captain Arthur K., M.V.O. Gaz. 6/4/18. 

ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE. 

Order of the British Empire. 

Donaldson, Lieutenant Ernest. Officer of the Military Division. Gaz. 1/4/19. 
Macdonald, Commander Duncan Finlayson. Officer of the Civil Division. Gaz. 
26/3/20. 

Distinguished Service Cross. 

Donaldson, Skipper James Johnston. 814 S.A. Gaz. 17/9/18. 
M'Donald, Engineer Lieutenant William Begg. Gaz. 16/11/17. 

Distinguished Service Medal. 

Donald, O.N. 2198 D.A. Deckhand Alexander Murrav. Gaz. 10/8/17. 

Donald, O.N. 1320 E.S. Engineman John. Gaz. 17/4/18 

Donaldson, O.N. 1261 D.A. Leading Deckhand Charles. Gaz. 4/10/18. 

Donaldson, O.N. 6544 D.A. Deckhand John. Gaz. 1/1/16. 

M'Allister, O.N. 1890 S.D. Leading Deckhand Donald. Picket boats, motor 

launches and motor boats. Gaz. 23/7/18. 
M'Connell, O.N. 777V, Stoker George. Gaz. 15/9/16. 

M'Connell, O.N. 3932 B. P.O. John. Auxiliary Patrol Vessel. Gaz. 26/6/17. 
M'Donald, O.N. 3449 B. Seaman Donald. Auxiliary Patrol. Gaz. 6/4/18. 
Macdonald, O.N. 4254 S.D. 2nd Hand Donald. Gaz. 11/11/19. 
Macdonald, O.N. 12997 D.A. Deckhand Duncan. Gaz. 17/9/18. 
M'Donald, O.N. 202 D.A. 2nd Hand George. Mine Sweeping. Gaz. 29/6/17. 
MacDonald, O. N. 8139 A. Leading Seaman Henry Munro. Auxiliary Patrol. 

Gaz. 17/5/18. 
M'Innes, O.N. 890 S.D. Leading Deckhand Alexander. Gaz. 17/9/18. 
M'Kechnie, O.N. 8199 D.A. 2nd Hand Archie. Gaz. 10/8/17. 



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Meritorious Service Medal. 
Donaldson, O.N. 1453 U. Stoker P.O. David. Gaz. 18/4/19. 
Macdonald, O.N. 18327 D.A. Deckhand Angus. Auxiliary Patrol. Gaz. 23/5/19. 
Macdonald, O.N. 12997 D.A., Deckhand Duncan. Auxiliary Patrol. Gaz. 8/4/19. 
M'Donald, O.N. 4667 S.D., Deckhand Malcolm. Gaz. 18/4/19. 
M'Donald, O.N. 430 S.D. Leading Deckhand Murdo. Auxiliary Patrol. Gaz. 

23/5/19. 
MacDonald, O.N. 4222 B. Leading Seaman William. Gaz. 21/3/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Donaldson, Lieutenant E. Gaz. 11/6/18; 5/6/19. 
Donaldson, Acting Lieutenant Ernest. Gaz. 14/3/16. 
Donaldson, 489 S.A. Skipper John. Gaz. 8/4/19. 
MacAlister, O.N. 1973 S.D. Deckhand Donald. Gaz. 23/7/18. 
MacDonald, O.N. 5572A. Seaman Alexander. Gaz. 14/2/19. 
M'Donald, O.N. 13974 D.A. Deckhand Andrew. Gaz. 7/6/18. 
Macdonald, O.N. 4254 S.D. 2nd Hand Donald. Gaz. 21/3/19. 
MacDonald. O.N. 4547 A. Seaman Murdo. Gaz. 12/3/16. 
MacDonald, O.N. 7368 A. Seaman Murdo. Gaz. 21/6/18. 
M'Donald, O.N. A. 7090 Seaman Roderick. Gaz. 14/7/16. 
M'Donald, Engineer-Lieutenant William Begg. Gaz. 21/4/17. 
M'Innes, O.N. 3403 B. Seaman John. Gaz. 6/4/18. 

M'Intyre, O.N. 1677 Deckhand Angus. (Died of Wounds). Gaz. 23/7/18. 
M'Intyre, O.N. 3676 B. Leading Seaman Malcolm. Mine Sweeping. Gaz. 29/6/17. 
M'Intyre, O.N. 756 S. T. Trimmer Neil. Gaz. 12/5/16. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 
M'Crindle, O.N. 989 S.D. Deckhand Matthew M. Gaz. 18/12/17. 

Medaille Militaire (French). 
Donald, O.N. 2198 D.A. Deckhand Alexander M., D.S.M. Gaz. 28/8/18. 

Order of St. Anne, 3rd Class (Russian). 
M'Donald, Lt. -Commander Thomas. Gaz. 19/11/15. 

ROYAL NAVAL VOLUNTEER RESERVE. 

Order of the British Empire. 

M'Kichan, Lieutenant John James. Gaz. 18/4/19. To be Officer of the Military 
Division, O.B.E. 

For valuable services in Motor Launches employed on the Otranto 
Barrage. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Donaldson, T/Sub-Lieutenant Herbert. Gaz. 1/3/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He was in charge of a 
company in the front line which was subjected to several intense bombard- 
ments, after which the enemy attacked six times. They were driven off 
on each occasion, and the position was held intact, although one flank 
was in the air. He worked continually, getting the shattered line into a 
state of defence and set his men a magnificent example of courage and 
determination. When the enemy attacked with liquid flame and forced 
back his flank a short distance, he led a counter attack which re-established 
the position, and inflicted heavy losses on the enemy. 



233 

Military Cross. 

Donaldson, Sub-Lieutenant (A. /Lieutenant) Richard. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Military Medal. 

M' Donald, CZ/2651 Abie-Bodied Seaman A. Drake Battalion (Aberdeen). Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
M'Donald, CZ/6391 A/B. J. (Aberdeen). Gaz. 25/1/18. 
M'Kain, CZ/1251 L/S. G. Gaz. 6/7/17. 
M'Keand, CZ/1621 P. Officer J. Gaz. 6/7/17. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Donaldson, Temporary Lieutenant H., D.S.O. Gaz. 20/5/18. 

Officer of the Order of Nichan Iftikhar (Tunis). 
M'Donald, Paymaster Sub-Lieutenant Thomas. Gaz. 6/7/20. 

ROYAL NAVAL AIR SERVICE. 

Promotions, Etc. 

Donald, Flight Lieutenant Grahame. Gaz. 28/12/17. To be Flight Commander. 

Macdonald, Flight-Lieutenant Kenneth G. (T.). Gaz. 28/12/17. To be Flight- 
Commander. 

M'Donald, Flight Sub-Lieutenant Roderick. (T.). Gaz. 28/12/17. To be 
Flight Lieutenant. 

MERCANTILE MARINE. 

Order of the British Empire. 

Macdonald, Chief Engineer James, Cunard Steamship Coy., Ltd. Gaz. 7/1/18. 
Macdonald, Captain Kenneth. Master. Officer of the Civil Division. S.S. 
" Huntscliff." Gaz. 26/3/20. 

Distinguished Service Cross. 
M'Donald, Captain David Philip. Gaz. 20/7/17. 

Distinguished Service Medal. 

M'Donald, Leading Seaman Alexander. Gaz. 22/6/17. 
M'Donald, Seaman William. Gaz. 19/2/18. 
MTntyre, 4th Engineer Douglas. Gaz. 21/6/18. 

Commendation for Service. 

MacDonald, Captain Donald. Gaz. 14/3/19. 
M'Donald, Chief Engineer John. Gaz. 22/12/16. 
Macdonald, Master Mariner K. Gaz. 4/10/18. 

Mentioned for distinguished services in the field. By C. in C. 

Lieutenant General Sir J. L. Van Deventer, British Forces in East Africa. 
M'Allister, (Dis. A. 887112), Abie-Bodied Seaman Marquis. Gaz. 13/9/18. 

Mentioned in Gazette as having received an expression of commendation 

for his services. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Sporran, Abie-Bodied Seaman Duncan. Gaz. 26/6/17. 



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Victoria Cross. 

Insall, 2nd Lieutenant Gilbert Stuart Martin. No. 11 Squad. 

Donald, T. H. 1st Class Air Mechanic. Was Lieutenant Insall's Gunner on 
this occasion. Gaz. 21/12/15. 

For most conspicuous bravery, skill, and determination on 7th November, 
1915, in France. He was patrolling in a Vickers Fighting Machine with 
first-class Air Mechanic T. H. Donald as gunner when a German machine 
was sighted, pursued, and attacked near Achiet. The German pilot led 
the Vickers Machine over a rocket battery, but with great skill Lieutenant 
Insall dived and got to close range when Donald fired a drum of cart- 
ridges into the German machine, stopping its engine. The German pilot 
then dived through a cloud, followed by Lieutenant Insall. Fire was 

again opened, and the German machine was brought down heavily in a 
ploughed field 4 miles south-east of Arras. On seeing the Germans 

scramble out of their machine and prepare to fire, Lieutenant Insall dived 
to 500 feet, thus enabling" Donald to open heavy fire on them. The 

Germans then fled, one helping the other who was apparently wounded. 
Other Germans then commenced heavy fire, but in spite of this Lieutenant 
Insall turned again and an incendiary bomb was dropped on the German 
machine, which was last seen wreathed in smoke. Lieutenant Insall 
then headed west to get back over the German trenches, but as he was at 
only 2000 feet altitude he dived across them for greater speed, Donald 
firing into the trenches as he passed over. The German fire, however, 
damaged the petrol tank, and, with great coolness, Lieutenant Insall 
landed under cover of a wood 500 yards inside our lines. The Germans 
fired some 150 shells at our machine on the ground, but without causing 
material damage. Much damage had, however, been caused by rifle fire, 
but during the night it was repaired behind screened lights, and at dawn 
Lieutenant Insall flew his machine home with First-Class Air Mechanic 
T. H. Donald as a passenger. 

Order of the British Empire. 
M'Crindle, Major James Ronald, M.C. Officer of the Military Division. Gaz. 

31/12/18. 
Donald, Captain Robert. Member. Gaz. 3/6/19. 

Military Cross. 

Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant Alexander Lindsay. Gaz. 22/9/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry and skill when carrying out artillery and patrol 
work at low altitudes and under heavy fire. On one occasion he dispersed 
a large body of infantry by machine gain fire from 1200 feet and then at 
once turned a battery on to another advancing battalion causing many 
casualties. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant Ian Donald Roy. Gaz. 13/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. With seven scouts he 
attacked eighteen enemy machines, of which three were destroyed and one 
driven down completely out of control. When driven down to within 200 
feet of the ground by two enemy machines owing to a choked engine, he 
turned on them and drove one down. He has in all destroyed eleven enemy 
aircraft and carried out valuable work in attacking enemy troops on the 
ground. 



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Distinguished Flying Cross. 

Donald, 2nd Lieutenant Bruce. Gaz. 2/11/18. 

Donald, Flight-Lieutenant David Grahame, A.F.C. (Baltic). Gaz. 19/12/19. 

Donald of Tandelmuir, Captain Graham. Gaz. 21/9/18. 

Donaldson, Captain Eric George Edward. (France). Gaz. 7/2/19. 

This officer has led twenty-seven bomb raids, displaying at all times con- 
spicuous courage and perseverance. On 3rd October, when on artillery 
reconnaissance, he saw one of our machines pressed by six enemy aircraft. 
Single-handed, he went to assist, and pressing his attack home with vigour 
and determination, he forced the enemy to relinquish the engagement and 
retire over their lines. 

M'Connell, Lieutenant Roy Kirkwood. (France). Gaz. 29/11/18. 

This officer has accounted for five enemy machines — destroying two and 
driving down three out of control, proving himself a gallant fighting airman. 
He has also shown conspicuous bravery in attacking troops and transport. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant (Hon. Captain) Archibald Duncan. 1:2nd Squadron (Can. 
Eng.). (France). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

MacDonald, Liuetenant Eric Norman. I. Force. (France). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) Ian Donald Roy. Gaz. 2/7/18. 

A clashing fighting pilot. In the past two months he has destroyed five 
enemy machines and brought clown two others out of control. At all 
times he shows a fine offensive spirit and complete disregard of danger. 

Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant James. No. 6 Group, Adriatic. Gaz. 31/12/18. 

M'Donald, 2nd Lieutenant (Acting Lieutenant) John. Observer, No. 9 Squadron. 
(France). Gaz. 29/11/18. 

This officer invariably sets a fine example of courage and resolute deter- 
mination. On 21th August, in response to an S.O.S. call, he penetrated 
far behind the enemy's lines at a height of under 1000 feet, subjected during 
the whole time to very heavy hostile fire. Having reached his objective, 
he attacked the enemy with great effect, inflicting numerous casualties. 

Macdonald, Flving-Officer Somerled Douglas. 63rd Squadron, Kurdistan. Gaz. 
9/7/20. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant William Myron. Gaz. 29/10/18. 

A very gallant and determined officer, who never hesitates to attack the 
enemy however superior in numbers the latter may be. On a recent 
occasion he engaged, single-handed, five scouts, destroying two, both of 
which crashed. In all he has accounted for seven machines. 

M'llraith, Lieutenant Earle Fraser. Gaz. 31/12/18. 

M'Quistan, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) Finlay. Gaz. 7/2/19. 

By his example of determination and courage, Captain M'Quistan has 
inspired the greatest confidence in the other pilots of his squadron. He 
has led over 30 squadron offensive patrols, and the success attained by 
his squadron during the past three months is largely due to his skilful 
leadership. This officer has destroyed or driven down out of control 
nine enemy machines. 

Air Forck Cross. 

Donald, Flight Lieutenant (A. /Squadron Leader) David Grahame. Gaz. 7/10/19. 
MacColl, Captain Angus James Hugh. Gaz. 30/5/19. 
M'Donald, Captain Cedric Yeats. Gaz. 31/12/18. 
Macdonald, Captain Ian. Gaz. 31/12/18. 
M'Intyre, Lieutenant Ivor Ewing. Gaz. 31/12/18. 



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Distinguished Conduct Medal. 
Donald, 1st Class Air Mechanic T. H. Gaz. 22/1/16. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

MacDonald, 7800 Sergeant Frederick Maurice. 31st Squadron. (Afghanistan). 
Gaz. 30/3/20. 

MacDonald, Mas. Clk. Thomas. (Headquarters, 04th Naval Wing). (Mediter- 
ranean). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Promotion. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant Archibald Duncan, D.F.C. ^Canadian Engineers). 

Granted the Honorary Rank of Captain on retirement. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, Captain David Grahame. Gaz. 3/6/19. 

Donald, 2nd Lieutenant (T. /Captain) R. (S.R.). Gaz. 20/5/18; 11/7/19. 
MacColl, Lieutenant (Hon. -Captain) Angus James Hugh. Gaz. 3/6/18. 
M'Crindle, 2nd Lieutenant I. R. Special Reserve. Gaz. 19/10/16. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant (A./Captain) C. B. R. 85th Squadron (R.E.). Gaz. 11/7/19. 
Macdonald, 7800 Corporal-Clerk F. M. (India). Gaz. 31/12/18; 3/8/20. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant Hubert Orr. Gaz. 16/12/19. 

Macdonald, Master-Clerk Thomas. 64th Wing. (Mediterranean). Gaz. 

31/12/18. 

Croix de Guerre (Belgian). 

MacDonald, 14796 1st Class Air Mechanic (A. /Corporal) John Alexander. (Dum- 
fries). Gaz. 15/4/18. 

Croix de Guerre (French), Avec Palme. 

MacDonald, 140801 Sergeant-Mechanic Edward Richard. 98th Squadron. 

(France). Gaz. 11/7/19. 
M'Donnell, 2nd Lieutenant (Observer) James. (North Russia). Gaz. 11/7/19. 

Medaille Militaire (French). 

MacDonald, 140801 Private, 1st Class, Edward Richard. (Matheson, Ontario, 
Canada). Gaz. 29/11/18. 

Croix de Guerre (Hellenes). 
Donald of Tandelmuir, Captain Graham. Gaz. 23/10/18. 

Italian Bronze Medal. 
M'Donald, 2nd Lieutenant James, D.F.C. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus (Italian). 
M'Alister, Major Angus. Gaz. 22/8/19. 



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GENERAL STAFF. 

Order of the Bath. 
Macdonald, Temporary Colonel Sir Murdoch, K.C.M.G. Gaz. 21/11/16. 

Order of the British Empire. 

Donald, Major-General Colin George, C.B. Commander of the Civil Division. 

Gaz. 23/11/20. 

For work in connection with the Imperial War Museum. 
MacColl, T. /2nd Lieutenant (T. /Captain) Henry Hector. Officer of Military 

Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 
MacDonnell, T. /Major Mervyn Sorly. Officer of the Military Division. Gaz. 

31/12/18. 
MacDonald, T. /Captain Robert Parker. Member of the Military Division. Gaz. 

30/5/19. 
M'Donald, Captain Charles James Lewis. Gaz. 15/1/19. 

Order of the Nile (Egypt). 

MacDonnell, Local Major M. S. Gaz. 2/4/18. 

MacRury, T./Captain Evan. (Special List). Gaz. 26/11/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, Major-General C. G., C.B. Gaz. 25/1/17. 

Donald, T./Captain W. H. Gaz. 10/7/19. 

M'Coll, Captain H. H. Gaz. 21/12/17. 

M'Donald, T./Captain C. J. N., M.B.E. Gaz. 5/7/19. 

Macdonald, T. /Lieutenant (Local Captain) J. M. Gaz. 20/1/20. 

Macdonald, Sir Murdoch, K.C.M.G. Gaz. 20/6/16; 25/9/16. 

MacDonnell, Local and Temporary Captain M. S. Gaz. 20/6/16 ; 22/1/19. 

M'Kean, Battalion Colonel A. C, C.M.G., R.P. Gaz. 30/5/18. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 
M'Connell, T./Captain John Lawson, M.C. Gaz. 8/10/18. 

Italian Silver Medal. 
MacDonnell, T./Captain M. S. Gaz. 31/8/17. 

CAVALRY. 

DRAGOON GUARDS. 

Military Cross. 
Donald, Quarter-Master and Captain John. Gaz. 31/12/18. 



238 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Donald, Quarter-Master and Hon. Lieutenant J. Gaz. 31/12/15. 

Croix de Guerre (Belgian). 
M'Donald, Dns./12944 Lance-Corporal James (Barnsley). Gaz. 15/4/18. 

DRAGOONS, HUSSARS, AND LANCERS. 

Military Cross. 

M'Connell, Lieutenant (Acting Captain) James Kenneth, D.S.O. (Hussars). Gas. 

23/11/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in successfully assembling 
the brigade in its forming up position, and after the third objective had 
been captured, making a reconnaissance of our forward positions under 
constant fire. His brilliant staff work contributed largely to the success 
of the brigade. 

Bar to M.C. Gaz. 1/2/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He carried out a 

thorough reconnaissance of the ground on the far side of a canal. On 
the following day when making a mounted reconnaissance, he rescued his 
orderly, whose horse had been shot under him. Later he personally led 
a detachment to occupy a forward position under constant fire from 
snipers. 

2nd Bar to M.C. Gaz. 13/0/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during recent operations. 
He continually carried out reconnaissances of the front occupied by his 
brigade, and he went forward under very heavy artillery and machine gun 
fire to clear up the situation. He showed fine courage and determination. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 7207 Private J. A. (Mesopotamia). (Hussars). Gaz. 28/3/19. 
M'Donald, D/2496 Sergeant W. (Bootle). Gaz. 25/4/18. 

Promotions, Etc. 

M'Connell, Captain J. K., D.S.O. , M.C. Gaz. 30/5/19. To be Brevet-Major. 
M'Connell, Quarter-Master and Captain J. Gaz. 30/5/19. 16th Lancers. To 
be granted next higher rate of pay under provisions of the Royal Warrant. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Connell, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) J. K., D.S.O. Gaz. 16/2/15; 2/1/17. 
MacDonald, 5004 Private G. W. Gaz. 16/2/15. 
Macdonald, Captain H. (11th Lancers). Gaz. 19/10/16. 

Legion of Honour (French). 
M'Connell, Brevet-Major James Kenneth, D.S.O., M.C. Gaz. 2/11/20. 



239 

Croix de Guerre (French). 

M'Connell, Captain and Brevet-Major James Kenneth, D.S.O., M.C. Gas. 
26/11/19. 

Medal of St. George, 3rd Class (Russian). 
Macdonald, 5004 Private George William. Gaz. 24/8/15. 

RESERVE REGIMENTS OF CAVALRY. 

Military Cross. 

Macdonald, T./2nd Lieutenant Hamish. Gaz. 11/10/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and coolness in action. When in command 
of the scouting line he came under heavy fire from a knoll 600 yards away. 
Without hesitation he rallied his men and charged. He captured all the 
enemy and four machine guns which had for some time been holding up 
the advance. He did splendidly. 

CAVALRY, SPECIAL RESERVE. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Macdonald, 617 Private C. E. V. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. While he was lying on 
the ground, stunned by the fall of his horse which had been shot under 
him, the enemy came up and commenced to kick him. He feigned death, 
was able to note the hostile positions, and crawled in after dark with 
very valuable information. 

KING EDWARD'S HORSE (THE KING'S OVERSEA DOMINIONS 

REGIMENT). 

Order of the British Empire. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant (T./ Major) John Alexander. Officer of the Military 

Division. Gaz. 9/12/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Macdonald, Major j. N. Gaz. 30/5/18. 

Croix de Guerre (Belgium). 
MacDonald, T. /Major John Alexander. Gaz. 24/10/19. 



240 
YEOMANRY. 

Military Cross. 

M'Intyre, Lieutenant James Gordon. Gaz. 1/2/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He showed great 

courage and determination in leading an attack against the enemy 
position across a zone swept by machine gun fire. The capture of the 
position was largely due to his skill and initiative. 
Bar to M.C. Gaz. 5/11/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and fine leadership during an attack. He led 
his company forward with the greatest dash, and although three times 
driven back by intense machine gun and rifle fire, which held up the 
advance on his right, he finally gained all his objectives. His courage, 
determination and initiative greatly inspired his men. 

M'Kechnie, Lieutenant Ronald. (Attached 12th Battalion E. Surrev Regiment). 
Gaz. 30/5/10. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Intyre, 165054 Corporal (A. /Sergeant) R. L. Gaz. 17/1/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donaldson, 95258 Private (Acting L. /Corpora!) A. Gaz. 6/7/17. 

Donaldson, Captain E. G. Gaz. 7/12/17. 

Macdonald. 647 Squad. Sergeant-Major D. Gaz. 1/12/16. 

M'Donald, 95375 Private N., Q. O. R. Glasgow Yeomanry. (T.F.). Gaz. 5/6/19. 

MacDonald, Hon. Major and Quarter-Master W. (Captain retired pav). Gaz. 

20/7/17. 
Macdonald, Captain W. I. F. Gaz. 20/5/18. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 

M'Intyre, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) James Gordon, M.C. Attached Royal Scots 
Fusiliers (T.F.). Gaz. 17/6/19. 

LOVAT'S SCOUTS. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
MacDonald, Major Kenneth Lachlan. Gaz. 2/6/16. 

Military Cross. 

Maclntyre, Lieutenant Robert. (Attached Cameron Highlanders). Gaz. 15/1/18. 
For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an attack. When 
his platoon was held up by an enemy machine gun he led his men against 
it, and in spite of heavy fire and enemy bombing captured it and put the 
whole gun team out of action. He showed splendid courage and 
initiative. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donell, 127674 Private A. (Kinlochmorar). Gaz. 29/8/18. 



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Meritorious Service Medal. 

MacDonald, 125430 Private D. Gaz. 17/1/19. 
Macdonald, 125129 Private H. Gaz. 17/1/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donaldson, Captain Edwin J. Gaz. — /12/17. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant-Colonel A. W., D.S.O. (ret.). Gaz. 11/7/16. 

Macdonald, Major K. L. Gaz. 11/7/16. 

MacDonell, 125435 Private D. Gaz. 20/12/18. 

Mackechnie, 3781 L./Corporal D. Gaz. 11/7/16. 

SCOTTISH HORSE. 

Military Cross. 

M'Intyre, Lieutenant Robert Hamilton Montgomery. Gaz. 28/12/17. 
Bar to M.C. (7th L.A.C.P., M.G. Corps) (Egypt). Gaz. 7/3/19. 

On the 22nd October, 1918, at Khan Sebil, he pursued with his light car 
patrol an enemy force who were retiring in motor cars. He outdistanced 
all the others, and showed the utmost gallantry and dash. His action 
resulted in the capture of two of the enemy cars, with two machine guns 
and fourteen prisoners. Throughout he displayed great coolness and 

courage. 

ROYAL REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
MacLaverty, Major C. F. S. Gaz. 23/6/15. 

Military Cross. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) John Duncan. Gaz. 31/12/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Diarmid, Captain J. I. A. Gaz. 13/6/16. 
MacLaverty, Major C. F. S., D.S.O. Gaz. 30/5/16. 

ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Order of the British Empire. 

M'Alister, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) Daniel Archibald (T.F.). Member of the 
Military Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Military Medal. 
M'Intyre, T/650 Driver A. (Woolwich). Gaz. 12/6/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Connel, Captain M. H. Gaz. 31/12/15. 
M'Donald, 56510 Gunner J. Gaz. 18/5/17. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) J. A. Gaz. 14/12/17. 
Q 



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ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY. 

Order of the British Empire. 

MacRory, Lieutenant Adam John Charles. Member of the Military Division. 

Gaz. 9/12/19. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Macdonald, Major Donald Ramsay, M.C. Gaz. 26/7/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. On various occasions 
he was the last to withdraw his battery, and his handling of a sub-group 
placed under his command enabled the infantry to prolong the defence by 
many hours. His courage and skill were admirable. 

MacDonald, Captain (A/Major) Harold Symes. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant (A/Major) James Alexander. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

M'Connel, Captain (Acting Major) Douglas Fitzgerald. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

Military Cross. 

Donald, 2nd Lieutenant William. Gaz. 25/5/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. At great personal risk 
he extinguished a fire which broke out in an ammunition dump, thereby 
undoubtedly preventing a serious explosion. He has on many previous 
occasions done fine work. 

M'Alister, T. /Captain David M'Donald. (D/ 152nd Brigade). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

M'Connell, T. /Lieutenant (Local Captain) Primrose. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

Macdonald, Captain D. R. Gaz. 1/1/15. 

Macdonald, T. /Lieutenant (Acting Captain) Edgar. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant Eric. (D./ 123rd Brigade). Gaz. 10/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and able leadership in getting his guns into 
action under heavy shell fire in a position saturated with gas, and main- 
taining it in action for some hours, although half his personnel were 
wounded. A few nights later when a dug-out was blown up by a shell 
and five men buried, he succeeded in spite of intense shell fire in rescuing 
three of the buried men alive. His example imbued others with the same 
spirit of determination. 

Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant George. (Attached 110th Brigade). Gaz. 31/12/18. 

Macdonald, Captain Harold Symes. Gaz. 1/1/17. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant Ian Farquharson. (Special Reserve). Gaz. 15/2/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During an enemy 

attack he went forward and established communication with the Infantry 
when all wires had been cut, and sent back valuable information to the 
battery throughout the day. He showed great courage and resource. 

Macdonald, Captain (Acting Major) James. (Attached B/187th Brigade). 
Gaz. 31/12/18. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant (A. /Major) James Alexander, D.S.O. (Attached D/123rd 
Brigade). Gaz. 10/12/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and initiative on the 23rd October, 1918, near 
Beaurain when his brigade was ordered to advance as soon as possible 
after the Infantry and come into action on their first objective. He 

pushed forward directly after the attack was launched and selected his 
battery positions under heavy shell and machine gun fire, sending back 
most valuable information. Although wounded and suffering from gas 
when reconnoitring he refused to go to a dressing station, but fought 
his battery throughout the day. 



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MacDonald, Lieutenant John Alexander. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) Kenneth Mackenzie. (Attached C/ 187th 

Brigade). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant Roderick Oswald Corderoy. Gaz. 22/9/16, 

For conspicuous gallantry in connection with the registration of his own 
and other batteries of the Brigade. His duties often took him out in 
front of our own troops. He carried out his work with extraordinary 
determination and at great personal risk. 

Macdonell, Lieutenant (Acting Captain) (now Acting Major) John Forbes. Gaz. 
15/6/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. After withdrawing his 
men to a flank he remained behind and extinguished a fire which had 
broken out in an ammunition dump. 



Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Donaldson, 19270 Bombardier R. (Liverpool). Gaz. 21/10/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty while in charge of battery 
signallers. He maintained communication in heavily shelled positions 

and frequently volunteered for duty with forward observation officers, and 
showed fine courage and initiative in maintaining communications under 
adverse conditions. He set a splendid example to those with him. 

M'Allister, 676594 Farr. -Sergeant F. (Attached 74th Brigade). Gaz. 3/12/18. 

He was in charge of the first and second line wagons coming to guns just 
brought into action. The position was being heavily shelled. His 

magnificent example of gallantry and coolness was instrumental in getting 
the wagons up, the ammunition dumped, and the teams away with only 
a few casualties. 

M'Allister, 27011 Bombardier J. D/190th Brigade. (N. Berwick). Gaz. 30/5/19. 
On 24th October, 1918, during intense bombardment of the battery 
position, three non-commissioned officers were buried by a shell; with 
the aid of another man he extricated them, though twice blown off his 
feet by the concussion of bursting shells, and later when another shell 
set light to a dump of charges, he threw a gun-sheet over the flames and 
extinguished the fire, thereby saving his gun and avoiding further 
casualties. 

M'Donald, 91335 Gunner J. D/I77th Brigade. (Airdrie). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

During the last two years he has shown himself one of the most 
courageous and determined layers in the battery. He has been with the 
guns during all heavy fighting, and has never failed during the most 
trying periods in setting a very high standard of efficiency. 

M'Intyre, 265259 Sergeant S. Gaz. 16/4/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during operations. He 
volunteered on every occasion to recover captured guns, and assisted to 
bring in eleven. His courage and coolness has always inspired all ranks. 

M'Kean, L/6746 Sergeant J. Gaz. 20/10/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry. He accompanied two officers on six forward 
reconnaissances. His work with compass and notebook under heavy 

shell fire was excellent. 



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Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 1256U Sergeant A. A. (C/255th Brigade, Kirkirmer). Gaz. 22/7/19. 

M'Allister, 6501G1 Sergeant J. M. (Edinburgh). Gaz. 13/3/18. 

M'Claffertv, 325 Driver J. (Renton). Gaz. 11/12/17. 

M'Coll, 44141 Corporal A. (Oban). Gaz. 25/9/17; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 28/3/19. 

M'Coll, 45408 Corporal J. (Paisley). Gaz. 18/10/18. 

M'Coll, G45029 Sergeant P. (Rothesay). Gaz. 13/3/18. 

M'Connell, 686 Gunner J. Gaz. 27/10/16. 

M'Donald, 645185 Sergeant A. (Millport). Gaz. 14/9/17. 

M' Donald, 80997 Corporal A. (Orrell). Gaz. 18/10/18. 

Macdonald, 7723 Bombardier A. (Dykehead). Gaz. 14/9/17. 

M'Donald, 651054 Bombardier A. (Greenock). Gaz. 15/6/17; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 

22/2/18. 
M'Donald, 1182 Acting Bombardier B. J. Gaz. 10/11/16. 
Macdonald, 750514 Sergeant C. Gaz. 6/7/17. 
M'Donald, 13352 Sergeant D. D. Battery, 123rd Brigade (Cardiff). Gaz. 

7/2/19; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 22/7/19. 
M'Donald, 146 Corporal D. Gaz. 21/10/16. 
M'Donald, L/6816 Gunner H. Gaz. 21/10/16. 
M'Donald, 7784 Driver J. Gaz. 27/10/16. 
M'Donald, 59113 Driver J. (Glasgow). Gaz. 25/9/17. 
M'Donald, 104134 Gunner J. C/ 187th Brigade (Barrhead). Gaz. 19/8/19. 
M'Donald, 76259 Gunner J. C. (E. Woolwich). Gaz. 25/9/17; Bar to M.M. 

Gaz. 11/12/17. 
M'Donald, L/5975 S. Smith L. 155th Brigade (Bradford). Gaz. 14/8/17; Bar to 

M.M. Gaz. 22/7/19. 
MacDonnell, 825 Bombardier J. Headquarters. Gaz. 10/11/16; Bar to M.M. 

Gaz. 5/1/17. 
M'Innes, 630729 Driver A. 29th Brigade (Aberdeen). Gaz. 22/7/19. 
Maclnnes, 67437 Gunner D. K. Gaz. 8/12/16. 

M'Innes, 73626 Driver H. 52nd Battery, 15th Brigade. (Glasgow). Gaz. 7/2/19. 
M'Innes, 31868 Gunner M. A. Battery, 108th Brigade. Gaz. 2/6/16. 
M'Intyre, 755812 Sergeant R. (Hebburn). Gaz. 6/8/18. 
M'Intvre, 726 Gunner S. Gaz. 27/10/16. 
M'Kane, 87744 Corporal J. T. (Cork). Gaz. 2/1/20. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

Donald, 125615 Corporal E. (Old Meldrum). Gaz. 17/6/18. 

Donald, 162276 Sergeant T. A. 463rd Battery, 179th Brigade. Gaz. 18/1/19. 

MacAlister, 4081 R. S./M. A. J. (Blackheath). Gaz. 17/6/18. 

M'Donald, 30191 Saddler Corporal T. (Sligo). Gaz. 14/12/17. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Darragh, 32509 L./Bombardier P. C. Gaz. 11/6/18. 

Donaldson, 47261 Corporal J. M. Gaz. 27/11/17. 

Donaldson, Lieutenant N. (Killed). (Reserve of Officers). Gaz. 18/6/15. 

M'Connell, Captain (Acting Major) D. F. Gaz. 20/7/17. 

M'Connell, T./Lieutenant P. Gaz. 27/11/17. 

M'Donald, 2nd Lieutenant A. Gaz. 31/12/15. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant A. B. Gaz. 11/12/17. 



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Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant C. J., attached 81st Battery, 5th Brigade Special 

Reserve. Gaz. 7/7/19. 
Macdonald, Major D. R. (36th Brigade). Gaz. 8/12/14; 23/12/18. 
Macdonald, T. /Lieutenant E. Gaz. 2/1/17. 
Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant G. Gaz. 23/12/18. 

Macdonald, Captain (Acting Major) H. S., M.C. Gaz. 11/12/17; 7/7/19. 
MacDonald, Lieutenant H. S. (2nd Brigade). Gaz. 16/2/15. 
MacDonald, Captain (Acting Major) J. Gaz. 11/12/17. 
Macdonald, 34160 Farrier Sergeant J. Gaz. 2/1/17. 
M'Donald, 91335 Gunner J. Gaz. 21/5/18. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant (A../Major) J. A. Gaz. 18/5/17; 21/5/18. 
MacDonald, 750536 Bombardier J. P. H.Q., 315th Brigade. Gaz. 7/7/19. 
MacDonald, Lieutenant (A. /Major) K. M. Attached C/ 187th Brigade. Gaz. 

23/12/18. 
Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant R. D. Gaz. 11/12/17. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant R. G. Attached H.Q., 4th Division Artillery. Gaz. 23/12/18. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant R. O. C, M.C. (Special Reserve). Gaz. 2/1/17. 
M'Donald, 6680 Corporal T. Gaz. 21/5/18. 
MacDonell, Captain (A. /Major) J. F., M.C. Attached B/83rd Brigade. Gaz. 

7/11/19. 
M'Donell, 825 Gunner J. W. (Riding Brigade). T.F. Gaz. 13/6/16. 
Macdonnell, T. /Captain N. S. Gaz. 2/1/17. 
M'llraith, 79476 Gunner I. Gaz. 20/7/17. 

M'Intyre, 667105 Driver (A. /Bombardier) J. (C/264th Brigade). Gaz. 9/1/20. 
MacLaverty, Major C. F. S., D.S.O. Gaz. 18/5/17. 

Ordre de Leopold avec Croix de Guerre (Belgian). 

M'Alister, T. /Captain David M'Donald, M.C. Gaz. 21/10/19. 
MacDonald, Major Harold Symes, D.S.O., M.C. Gaz. 4/9/19. 
Macdonald, 85087 Sergeant James. (Houghton-le-Spring). Gaz. 15/4/18. 

Ordre du Merite Agricole (French). 
MacDonald, Lieutenant John Alexander, M.C. Gaz. 3/10/19. 

Medaili.e Militaire. 

MacDonald, 750514 Sergeant Charles. Gaz. 13/7/17. 
Macdonald, 8065 Acting Bombardier Hugh. Gaz. 28/3/16. 

ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY. 

Order of the British Empire. 
M'Donald, Captain Alexander. Member. Gaz. 15/4/19. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant-Colonel Reginald James. Gaz. 28/12/17. 



246 

Military Cross. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) Angus Hugh, 4th Highland Mountain Brigade. 
Gaz. 8/11/15." 

Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant Neil. (Special Reserve). Gaz. 14/9/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when F.O.O. for his 
battery. Finding his observation obstructed by long grass, he advanced 
about 200 yards into no man's land, moving from shell hole to shell hole 
until he got a good view. He then returned for his wire and laid it out 
by himself, observing for his battery for three hours during which he was 
constantly sniped and in great danger from his own shell. 

Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant William Albert. (Special Reserve). Gaz. 13/9/18. 
For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. While his battery 

position was being heavily shelled by the enemy, a railway truck which 
was close by containing cartridges was set alight, thus endangering a 
large consignment of battery ammunition and gas shell, which had just 
arrived. He at once rushed with his commanding officer and two other 
ranks to the fire, and after half-an-hour's strenuous and dangerous work, 
succeeded in extinguishing it. 

M'Intvre, Lieutenant William Bertram. (201st Siege Battery). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

MacKean, Lieutenant Andrew Neil. (Special Reserve). Gaz. 26/7/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During an intense 

battle he volunteered to go forward as a Special F.O.O., and with the 
greatest courage and determination he moved about for twenty-four hours 
amid extremely heavy gas and H.E. bombardment, gathering and send- 
ing back information of the highest importance. Although suffering 
from gas, he continued his work all through the trying days of a retreat, 
and his example of self-sacrifice was beyond all praise. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Intvre, 2067 Sergeant S. (Millport). Gaz. 28/12/17. 
M'Kechnie, 16186 Gunner A. (1st Siege Battery). Gaz. 16/2/15. 

Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 127991 Bombardier D. (Pittenweem). Gaz. 12/6/18. 

Donaldson, 16658 Sergeant W. S. (Mansfield). Gaz. 6/8/18. 

M'Coll, 54664 Gunner J. (Clynder). Gaz. 18/10/18. 

M'Donald, 110788 Gunner (L. /Bombardier) J. (206th Siege Battery, Carluke). 

Gaz. 7/2/19. 
Macdonald, 110736 Gunner J. (Stornoway). Gaz. 30/10/17. 
Macdonald, 365004 Sergeant (A. /Bv. /Sergeant-Major) R. A. (Aberdeen). Gaz. 

19/8/19. 
M'Rorie, 2227 Corporal J. Gaz. 19/12/16. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, 58534 Sergeant (A./S.M.A.C.) D. Clerk's Section. (Huddersfield). 

Gaz. 30/5/19. 
M'Donald, 344334 Sergeant D. R. 138th Siege Battery. (Burntisland). Gas. 28/1/19. 
M'Innes, 81631 Gunner D. (Balvicar, Oban). Gaz. 17/6/18. 



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Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, 190359 Gunner M. 68th Siege Battery. Gaz. 7/7/19. 

Donaldson, 16658 Corporal W. S. Gaz. 18/5/17. 

M'Coll, 300161 Sergeant J. Gaz. 27/11/17. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) A. H. (Highland Mountain Brigade). Gaz. 

5/11/15. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant D. G. Attached 283rd Siege Battery Special Reserve. 

Gaz. 7/7/19. 
Macdonald, 344334 Sergeant D. R. Gaz. 27/11/17. 

M'Donald, Captain G. St. J. F. (Australian Field Artillery). Gaz. 2/1/17. 
MacDonald, 301382 Sergeant J. 4th Highland Mountain Brigade. Gaz. 30/1/19. 
Macdonald, T./ Lieutenant (Acting Captain) J. D. Gaz. 11/12/17. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant K. A. Attached "J" A. -A. Battery Special Reserve. Gaz. 

7/7/19. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant-Colonel R. J. Gaz. 27/11/17. 
Mackean. 2nd Lieutenant A. N. Gaz. 18/5/17. 

Ordre de la Couronne avec Croix de Guerre (Belgian). 
Donald, Lieutenant Alexander M'Hardy. (Special Reserve). Gaz. 21/10/19. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 

M'Intvre, 69011 Sergeant Alexander. 352nd Siege Battery. (Ballantrae). Gaz. 
17/6/19. 

Medaille Militaire. 

M'Kean, 57755 Gunner Herbert (Moorgate Street, E.C.). Gaz. 17/8/18. 

Medal for Military Merit (Greece). 
Macdonald, Lieutenant-Colonel Reginald James, D.S.O. Gaz. 24/10/19. 

Medaille Barbatie si Credinta, 2nd Class (Roumanian). 

MacDonald, 344334 Sergeant David Reedie. 138th Siege Battery. (Burntisland). 
Gaz. 19/9/19. 

Order of Karageorge, 4th Class with swords (Serbia). 
Macdonald, Lieutenant-Colonel Reginald James. Gaz. 28/1/18. 

CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS. 

Order of St. Michael and St. George. 

Maclnnes, Major and Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel (T./ Brigadier-General) Duncan 
Sayre. Member of 3rd Class or Companion. Gaz. 23/1/17. 

Order of the British Empire. 

Gray-Donald, T. /Major George. Gaz. 1/1/19. 
Macdonald, T. /Captain Alexander. Gaz. 18/11/18. 



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Distinguished Service Order. 

Macdonald, T. /Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Cameron. Gaz. 18/8/16. 
For distinguished service in the field. 

Military Cross. 

Donald, T. /Lieutenant (T. /Captain) Alexander Watt, M.C. 252nd Tun. Coy. 
Gaz. 10/1/17. 
Bar to M.C. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

From 21st August to 12th September, 1918, he displayed great gallantry 
and resource in reconnaissance work, covering the ground so thoroughly 
that roads were rendered safe for transport within a few hours of the attack 
going forward. He examined dugouts and cellars in villages while fighting 
was still proceeding, and as a result of his work the Infantry had safe 
shelter at Havrincourt from shellfire after the village had been captured. 

MacDonald, T. /Lieutenant Alexander. Gaz. 26/7/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty whilst employed in with- 
drawing railway mounted guns from the forward area. He left camp with 
an N.C.O. on a rail trolley to inspect the track, but coming under intense 
fire directed at the railway, proceeded further on foot to ascertain the 
damage. He then returned and brought up a party, which worked all day 
under heavy shell fire. Towards evening the shelling abated and he called 
on his men for a great effort which they responded to. The track was 
repaired by midnight, when the guns were shunted by hand and finally 
pulled into safety by an engine. It was due to his courage and fine example 
that the men were inspired to accomplish such a difficult task. 

Macdonald, T. /Lieutenant William Murray. Gaz. 1/1/17. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Darroch, 35773 Sapper (A./L./C.) N. Gaz. 24/8/17. 

Conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in charge of an explosive 
party. During a raid upon enemy trenches he entered buildings and dug- 
outs which had not been cleared, and by his daring and coolness ensured the 
successful firing of all his charges. He set a very fine example to his party. 

M'Allister, 93111 Corporal (A./Sergeant) J. (Stirlingshire). Gaz. 28/12/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty, always displaying great 
courage and coolness under fire and energy and skill in the construction of 
strong points. 

M'Donald, 52833 C.S.M. A. A. (Highams Park). Gaz. 28/12/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. His gallantry and fine 
example during the past two years has always been a fine incentive to his 
men when working under heavy shell fire. He has at all times performed 
conspicuously good work, and is a thoroughly reliable and efficient soldier. 

M'Donald, 97008 Sergeant C. 178th Tunn. Coy. ([E.] Inverness). Gaz. 30/5/19. 
For gallantry at Maresches on the 3rd November, 1918, when with a party 
of Sappers building a bridge under very heavy shell fire. It was essential 
that the bridge should be completed on that day as it was required in con- 
nection with operations which were to take place early the following 
morning. 



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M'Innes, 67650 Sergeant S. (Thornaby). Gaz. 28/12/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. While working during 
an engagement under continual shell fire, he set an example of coolness and 
courage which was an inspiration to his men. 

M' I wraith, M.M.57961 2/Corporal S. 36th Division Sig. Coy. (Coatbridge). 
Gas. 15/4/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty from 14th to 27th October, 
1918, near Moorseele and Deerlyck. He went out repeatedly day and 
night under heavy shell fire to repair lines which had been cut. His untiring 
energy enabled communication to be maintained throughout the operations. 

M'Quiston, 7181 Sergeant D. 54th Field Coy. Gas. 11/1/16. 

For consistent good work during the campaign. He has always set a good 
example and is thoroughly reliable and cool under fire. He took command 
of his section when his officer was wounded and carried on work under 
very heavy fire. His self-reliance and bravery are remarkable. 

Military Medal. 

Darrock, 62644 Sergeant A. M. Gas. 14/11/16. 

Donald, 406382 Sapper G. (Aberdeen). Gaz. 12/6/18. 

Donald, 23192 Sergeant (Acting Cov. S./M.) J. Gas. 10/11/16. 

Donald, 16050 Sapper J. C. Gas. 21/12/16. 

Donaldson, 27087 Corporal C. H. Attached VII Corps Sig. (Durham). Gas. 13/6/19. 

Donaldson, 71005 Sergeant J. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

M'Allister, 140224 L. /Corporal D. (E. Aberdeen). Gas. 16/11/17. 

M'Allister, 79091 Sapper R. (Cambuslang). Gas. 11/12/17. 

MacClaffertv, 53050 Sergeant E. F. (Leven). Gas. 12/6/18. 

M'Connell, '103086 Sapper G. 121st Field Company. (Ayr). Gas. 13/5/19. 

Macdonald, 237357 Sapper A. (Tobermory). Gaz. 19/8/19. 

M'Donald, 420304 Driver A. 406th Field Company. (Paisley). Gaz. 22/7/19. 

M' Donald, 406069 Sapper A. R. Gas. 6/7/17. 

M'Donald, 1617 Sergeant A. T. Gaz. 8/12/16. 

MacDonald, 51761 Sapper C. L. 2nd D. S. Company. (Glasgow). Gaz. 7/2/19. 

M'Donald, 45200 Sapper (L. /Corporal) D. (Glasgow). Gas. 22/7/19. 

M'Donald, 400014 L. /Corporal J. (Glasgow). Gas. 12/6/18. 

Macdonald, 197764 Sapper W. (Burgold). Gas. 14/9/17. 

M'Donnell, 496486 Driver J. A. (Dunkeld). Gaz. 12/6/18. 

M'llwraite, 57961 L. /Corporal S. Gaz. 21/8/17. 

M'llwraith, 8810 Sapper J. Gas. 16/2/17. 

M'Intyre, 48109 2nd Corporal D. Gaz. 8/12/16. 

M'Intyre, 93007 Sapper D. (Inverness). Gaz. 13/3/18. 

Maclntyre, 93734 Corporal D. G. Gaz. 14/8 '17. 

Maclntyre, 231750 Sapper J. (Glasgow). Gaz. 12/6/18. 

M'Intyre, 359494 Sapper J., M.M. 36th D. S. Company. (Coleraine). Bar to 

M.M. Gas. 22/7/19. 
Macintyre, 418065 Corporal (A. /Sergeant) J. A. (Innellan). Mesopotamia. Gas. 

19/8/19. 
M'Isaac, 112203 Sergeant D. (Oban). Gaz. 18/10/18. 
M'Kane, 57834 Sapper A. (Belfast). Gas. 19/3/18. 
M'Kean, 161022 Corporal J. 25th D. S. Company. (Hampstead). Gaz. 19/8/19. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
Donald, 23192 Sergeant (T./R.S.M.) J., M.M. "F" Corps Signal Coy. Gaz. 18/1/19. 



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Donaldson, 360958 Sergeant W. 6th Field Survey Company. Gaz. 1/1/19. 

MacClafferty, 53050 Sergeant E. F. (Leven). Gaz. 28/12/17. 

M'Connell, 27665 C./S./M. D. M. Postal Section. (Glasgow). Gaz. 28/1/19. 

Macdonald, 76102 L. /Corporal (A. /Corporal) H. (Denny). Gaz. 17/6/18. 

M'Donald, 175452 Sapper P. 257th Tun. Company. (Wakefield). Gaz. 17/1/19. 

MTlwraith, 133012 Sergeant J. A. (Port Elizabeth, S.A.). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

M'lntyre, 369370 Sergeant-Major A. B. (Sudbury). Gaz. 21/2/19. 

M'Intyre, 27797 Coy. S.M., H.L. Postal Section. (Richmond, Surrey). Gaz. 

17/1/19. 
M' Sporran, W. R. 10070 Corporal P. (Campbeltown). Gaz. 17/6/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, 23192 Sergeant J. 6th Signal Coy. Gaz. 18/6/15. 

M'Connell, 27665 C.S.M. D. M'C. Postal Section. Gaz. 11/6/18. 

M'Connell, 72008 Sergeant H. G. Gaz. 28/1/16. 

Macdonald, T./Captain A., O.B.E. Gaz. 21/2/19; 7/7/19. 

MacDonald, T./Captain A. Indian Army. Inland Water Transport. Gaz. 

11/12/17; 8/3/18; 27/8/18. 
MacDonald, 245125 Corporal A. 5th Water Boring Section. Gaz. 7/7/19. 
M'Donald, 254486 Sapper A. Gaz. 5/6/19. 
M'Donald, WR/296163 2nd Corporal C. Gaz. 30/1/19. 
Macdonald, T./Lieutenant G. G. Gaz. 2/1/17. 

Macdonald, WR/250469 Corporal J. 110th Battery Construction Coy. Gaz. 7/7/19. 
M'Donald, T./Lieutenant J. E. Inland Water Transport. Gaz. 27/8/18. 
M'Donald, 18802 2nd Corporal J. J. Gaz. 18/6/15. 
Macdonald, 29766 Sapper (A. /L. /Corporal) P. Gaz. 5/6/19. 
M'Donald, Quartermaster Lieutenant W. G. Gaz. 30/1/19. 
MacDonnell, Brevet-Colonel A. C. (ret. pay). Gaz. 30/1/17. 
M'Donnell, 43767 Sergeant P. M. Gaz. 19/10/16. 
M'llwraith, 57961 L./Corporal S. Gaz. 18/5/17. 
Maclnnes, Major and Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel (T./ Brigadier-General) D. S., 

C.M.G., D.S.O. Gaz. 23/1/17; 7/12/17. 
MTntvre, 27797 Coy. Q./M./S. H. L. Gaz. 18/5/17. 
M'Kechnie, Major D. Gaz. 20/6/16. 

Granted Higher Rate of Pay. 
Macdonald, Quarter-Master and Captain E. Gaz. 30/5/T9. 

Legion of Honour (French). 

Maclnnes, Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Duncan Sayre, C.M.G., D.S.O. Croix 

d'Officier. Gaz. 21/8/17. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 

M'Donnell, 43767 Sergeant Peter Michael. Gaz. 31/8/17. 

M'Kean, 95079 Sapper William. 141st Army Troops Coy. (Prestwick). Gaz. 17/6/19. 



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Medaille d' Honneur avec Glaives (en Bronze) (French). 

Macdonald, 254486 Sapper Alexander. Wireless Section. Caucasus Signal Coy. 
(Attached 27th [Wessex] Division Signal Coy.) (T.F.). (Musselburgh). 

Gaz. 12/12/19. 

Italian Silver Medal. 
MacDonald, 2nd Lieutenant Donald Hubert. Gaz. 25/5/17. 

Medaille Barbatie si Credinta, 3rd Class (Roumanian). 

MacEachen, 22530 2nd Corporal Alexander William. " K" Cable Section. 
([E.] Aldershot). Gaz. 19/9/19. 

Order of St. Stanislaus (Russian). 

Maclnness, Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel (T./ Brigadier-General) Duncan Sayre, 
C.M.G., D.S.O. Gaz. 11/1/18. 

Cross of St. George, 4th Class (Russian). 
M'Donnell, 43767 Sergeant Peter Michael. Gaz. 15/5/17. 

Order of the White Eagle, 4th Class (Serbian). 
Macdonald, T. /Lieutenant Colonel Arthur Cameron, D.S.O. Gaz. 9/3/17. 

FOOT GUARDS. 
GRENADIER GUARDS. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Donnell, 16202 L./Corporal P. Gaz. 6/11/14. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, 10787 Corporal (L. /Sergeant) V. H. 1st Battalion. (Leicester). 

Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Donnell, 16202 L./Corporal P. 2nd Battalion. Gaz. 8/12/14. 

SCOTS GUARDS. 

Military Cross. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant Reginald Narcissus. Gaz. 14/12/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in charge of the 
two supporting platoons of his company in an attack. After being 

heavily shelled all day they had to bring up bridges all night. Half the 
party lost their way in the darkness, but he successfully guided them up 
three times with bridges through a heavy barrage. He was leading the 
second wave when he was severely wounded in the jaw and arm. He 
tried to go on, but was forced to stop from loss of blood. 



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Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Macdonald, 4749 Company Sergeant-Major J. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

For consistent gallantry and good leadership throughout the campaign. 

M'Donald, 6040 C.S.M. J. 1st Battalion. (Tarbert, Harris). Gaz. 15/4/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on 8th November, 1919, 
near La Longueville. When one of the front companies was held up by 
machine gun fiie, he took forward two men with a Lewis gun, and getting 
in rear of the machine gun nest, compelled the enemy to withdraw. Later 
he carried out a reconnaissance under heavy machine gun fire, and re- 
turned with most useful information. 

Military Medal. 

MacDonald, 7872 Corporal (L. /Sergeant) D. (Fulham). Gaz. 16/7/18. 
M'Donald, 15154 Private J. (Cluny, by Tiliygowrie). Gaz. 11/1/18. 
M'Donald, 4686 Private R. 1st Battalion. (Inverness). Gaz. 13/5/19. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, 8339 Sergeant (O.R.S.) E. 2nd Battalion. (Hacknev). Gaz. 
17/1/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, 4749 C.S.M. J. Gaz. 16/2/15; 18/6/15. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 
M'Donald, 6040 C.S.M. John. Gaz. 14/12/17. 

IRISH GUARDS. 

Military Medal. 

M'Connell, 8662 Corporal (L. /Sergeant) R. (Larne). Gaz. 25/1/18. 
M'Donald, 4386 Sergeant J. (Stradbally, Queen's Co.). Gaz. 25/9/17. 
M'Donnell, 7937 Corporal (now 2nd Lieutenant) M. Gaz. 27/10/16. 

GUARDS MACHINE GUN REGIMENT. 

Military Medal. 
MacAllister, 908 Private W. Gaz. 25/1/18. 

INFANTRY. 

THE ROYAL SCOTS (LOTHIAN REGIMENT). 

Order of the Bath. 
Macdonald, The Rt. Hon. Sir John Hay Athole. Gaz. 2/6/16. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
Macdonald, T/Major James Leslie Auld. Gaz. 28/12/17. 



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Military Cross. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant Alexander Muir. Gaz. 22/4/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During a raid, when in 
charge of a liaison party between the right and centre attacks, he established 
touch and maintained it throughout the operation. Encountering three of 
the enemy who were attempting to escape, he accounted for two of them 
himself and took the third prisoner. Later when the final objectives had 
been reached, he walked up and down the line, establishing touch and 
assisting with the reorganisation of the troops. His work throughout, 
which ensured that the right and centre attacks worked in conjunction, was 
most gallant and skilful. 

Macdonald, T./2nd Lieutenant Norman James. Gac. 25/5/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Although the trenches 
were knee deep in mud he gained his objective, and succeeded in accounting 
for many of the enemy. He set a fine example to his men. 

M'Donald, 2nd Lieutenant William Anderson. 10th Battalion (T.F.) (attached 11th 
Battalion). Gaz. 14/2/19. 

This officer was in command of the scouts at Lidyhem on the afternoon of 
October 1st, 1918, and finding that his right flank had become exposed, 
immediately took out a patrol of scouts, and with the help of a Lewis gun, 
picked up on the way, succeeded in knocking out or causing to retire the 
detachments of two enemy machine guns that had come up astride the 
railway and who were causing considerable casualties to troops on our 
right. He showed marked gallantry and able leadership. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Donald, 16660 Corporal A. (Avonbridge). Gaz. 21/10/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty through a long period. He 
has taken part in every action that the battalion has engaged in, and has 
shown fine courage and perseverance, maintaining a very high standard in 
the performance of his duties throughout and setting a fine example to all 
his comrades. 

Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 46138 Private R. Gaz. 11/12/17. 

Donaldson, 40522 L./Sergeant W. (Edinburgh). Gac. 16/11/17. 

M'Donald, 14362 L./Sergeant A. Gaz. 15/6/17. 

M'Donald, 16660 Corporal A. (Avonbridge). Gaz. 12/6/18. 

M'Donald, 17814 Private (L./Corporal) A. (Edinburgh). Gaz. 18/10/18. 

MacDonald, 51725 Private A. (Inverness). Gaz. 18/10/18. 

M'Donald, 33008 Corporal B. Gaz. 15/6/17. 

MacDonald, 25948 Sergeant D. (Ayr). Gaz. 11/12/17. 

M'Donald, 41733 L./Corporal G. (Hamilton, N.B.). Gaz. 12/11/18. 

M'Donald, 352012 Private H. (Edinburgh). Gaz. 12/11/18. 

M'Donald, 2895 Sergeant J. 12th Battalion. (Springburn). Gaz. 19/8/19. 

Macdonald, 351151 Sergeant T. 9th Battalion. (Portobello). Gaz. 19/8/19. 

MacDonald, 275682 L./Corporal T. (Manchester). Gaz. 10/4/18. 

M'Intyre, 48441 Private H. 6th Battalion. (Lei'th). Gaz. 13/6/19. 

M'Kechnie, 59979 Private H. 2nd Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 7/2/19. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
Donald, 40120 Corporal C. Gaz. 28/12/17. 



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Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, 40120 Sergeant C. 12th Battalion. Gaz. 8/7/19. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) A. M., M.C. 6th Battalion. (T.F.). Gaz. 

8/7/19. 
MacDonald, Major J. L. A. Gaz. 14/12/17. 

M'Intyre, 7259 Private H. J. Attached H.L.I. (T.F.). Gaz. 5/11/15; 5/5/16. 
M'Kean, 1184 L./ Sergeant A. Gaz. 13/6/16. 

Italian Silver Medal. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant (Acting Captain) Alexander Muir, M.C. Gaz. 10/9/18 

Medal of St. George, 3rd Class (Russian). 
Ronaldson, 1889 Private John Stein. Gaz. 15/2/17. 

THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT). 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Donaldson, 1058 Sergeant J. D. Gaz. 17/7/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Throughout the ad- 
vance he showed the greatest coolness and courage under heavy fire in 
the absence of officers. His personal bravery and determination were of 
the utmost value to those under him. 

Military Medal. 
Macdonald, G/2252 (formerly 7252) L/Corporal C. Gaz. 25/9/17. 

THE BUFFS (EAST KENT REGIMENT). 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 3894 Private A. Gaz. 2/6/16. 

Macdonald, G/8208 Private (A./L/Corporal) A. A. Gaz. 17/7/17; Bar to M.M. 
Gaz. 22/7/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
MacDonnell, 2nd Lieutenant R. G. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

Italian Silver Medal. 
MacDonnell, Lieutenant Ronald Gordon. Gaz. 31/8/17. 

THE KING'S OWN (ROYAL LANCASTER REGIMENT). 

Military Cross. 

MacDonald, 2nd Lieutenant Ronald. Gaz. 26/4/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He collected a party 
and led them out to occupy an enemy mine crater. Later he established 
and maintained his position under the most trying circumstances. 



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Bar to M.C. Gaz. 25./9/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He went continually 
to and fro from Brigade Headquarters under very heavy shell fire, bring- 
ing most valuable intelligence, and although blown down several times 
by the shelling which killed and wounded a number of men, he stayed by 
them, tied up their wounds and carried several of them to the aid post. 
His conduct was beyond all praise. 

2nd Bar to M.C. Gaz. 13/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty throughout a week's 
fighting. He repeatedly carried out reconnaissances of the front line, 
returning with valuable information of our own and the enemy's dis- 
positions. When the enemy broke the line he led a counter-attack with 
great dash, and largely owing to his leadership the line was restored. As 
Intelligence Officer in action he was invaluable. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Macdonald, 243086 Sergeant J. F. (Beswick, Manchester). Gaz. 19/10/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in carrying out a 
determined reconnaissance when exposed to shell and rifle fire. When 
all his Company Officers had become casualties, he carried on in com- 
mand for four hours until relieved by an officer, setting a splendid 
example of coolness and fine leadership. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Kechnie, 36531 Sergeant J. Gaz. 11/6/18. 

THE NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS. 

Military Cross. 

Donald, T./ Lieutenant Robert. Gaz. 17/7/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He displayed the 

greatest energy and initiative when commanding bombing parties. He 
organised and took charge of small parties of different units, and by 
means of grenades he and his party succeeded in inflicting severe 
casualties. 

M'Donald, T./2nd Lieutenant Hugh Cameron. Gaz. 16/7/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led a party of 15 
men with a Lewis gun across seven broad and swiftly flowing streams 
into the enemy's country. He showed great coolness and resource when 
they encountered a party of the enemy, and succeeded in capturing a 
prisoner. Though heavy fire was opened on his party, he succeeded in 
withdrawing his men and the prisoner without confusion. The capture of 
a prisoner was of the utmost importance for the purpose of identification. 

M'Donald, T./Lieutenant Ronald Graham. Gaz. 24/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. He collected a few men and dug 
himself in some 40 yards from the enemy's trench, successfully holding 
the captured ground in spite of intense fire. 



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M'Keand, 2nd Lieutenant Alexander Brodie. Gaz. 17/7/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He performed most 
valuable work while in charge of battalion carrying parties. He fre- 

quently took long journeys in his efforts to secure water for the troops. 
His pluck and determination under heavy fire greatly assisted with the 
final consolidation. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Clafferty, 1741 Private E. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. He shot an enemy officer working 
a machine gun, and after disposed of several of the enemy with the 
officer's revolver. Later he assumed command of part of his companv, 
and continued the advance with great courage and determination. 

M'Donald, 559 Coy. Sergeant-Major R. W. 1st /5th Battalion (T.F.). Gaz. 11/1/16. 
For conspicuous gallantry. He steadied a newly arrived draft of men 
under very trying circumstances. Later he collected parties of men of 
several regiments, who were retiring, rendered first aid to some, and by 
his courage and example induced others to remain steady. In the evening 
he went out in search of wounded and carried in an officer who was lying 
in the open. 

Military Medal. 

M'Connell, 14801 Sergeant E. Gas. 23/8/16. 

M'Donald, 240403 Private J. (Walker-on-Tyne). Gaz. 19/3/18. 
M'Donald, 2513 Sergeant T. J. Gas. 15/6/17. 

M'Intyre, 23565 Private W. H. (New York, Northumberland). Gaz. 22/2/18; 
Bar to M.M. Gaz. 18/10./18. 

Croix de Guerre (Belgian). 
Donaldson, 23617 Private Charles. (Gateshead-on-Tyne). Gas. 15/4/18. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 
Macdonald, 559 Coy. S./M. William Robson. Gaz. 1/5/17. 

Italian Silver Medal. 

M'Donald, T./2nd Lieutenant Hugh Cameron, M.C. (Service Battalion). Gaz. 
16/5/19. 

THE ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGIMENT. 

Order of St. Michael and St. George. 

Macdonald, Major and Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Clarence Reginald. Member 
of 3rd Class, or Companion. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

Military Medal. 
Macdonald, 1079 Private T. 2nd Battalion. (Birmingham). Gaz. 27/1/20. 



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Promotion. 

Macdonald, Major (T. /Lieutenant-Colonel) C. R. Gaz. 23/1/17. To be Brevet 
Lieutenant-Colonel. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Macdonald, Major and Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel C. R. Gaz. 6/7/18. 

THE ROYAL FUSILIERS (CITY OF LONDON REGIMENT). 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

MacDonald, 3533 Private R. V. Gaz. 21/7/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in leading a company of 
another unit into position through very heavy barrage. He later showed 
the utmost fearlessness in making his way under heavy fire of all kinds for 
a distance of 1000 yards to obtain information for his Company Commander 
who speaks in the highest possible terms of his coolness and daring. 

Military Medal. 

Macdonald, G/59488 Sergeant A. 17th Battalion. (Braemar). Gaz. 13/6/19. 
Maclntyre, 5268 Private C. C. Gaz. 1/9/16. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

Macdonald, G/103535 Colour-Sergeant (A./Cov./Q.M.S.) J. M., D.C.M. 43rd (G) 
Battalion. (Westport). Gaz. 17/1/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Donald, STK/957 R.Q.M.S. A. F. C. 10th Battalion. Gaz. 8/7/19. 

THE KING'S (LIVERPOOL REGIMENT). 

Order of the British Empire. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant Ronald. Member of the Military Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Donald, 53028 Corporal G., M.M. (Penrith). Gaz. 3/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty while Commanding Officer's 
Orderly. He showed untiring energy in collecting and organising small- 
arms ammunition and bomb carrying parties, and in reforming stragglers. 
And on one occasion, under a heavy barrage, his contempt of danger helped 
to steady the men and restore confidence. 

Military Medal. 

Darroch, 15919 Private D. G. Gaz. 14/11/16. 
Donal, 16800 Private R. Gaz. 12/12/16. 

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Donald, 53028 Private (L./Corporal) G. (Penrith). Gaz. 17/7/17; Bar to M.M. 

Gaz. 13/3/18. 
Donaldson, 300573 Private T. (Liverpool). Gaz. 18/10/18. 
M'Connell, 21260 Private (L./Corporal) J. 13th Battalion. (Liverpool). Gaz. 

17/7/17; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 21/1/19. 
M'Donald, 230344 Private S. (Everton). Gaz. 16/10/17. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
Donaldson, 355521 C.S.M. J. J. (Liverpool). Gaz. 17/6/18. 



THE NORFOLK REGIMENT. 

Military Medal. 
M'Donald, 9593 Corporal A. (Poplar, E.). Gaz. 25/1/18. 

PRINCE ALBERT'S (SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY). 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, 8463 Coy. Q.-M. Sergeant R. 1st Battalion. (Wandsworth). Gaz. 
30 '5/19. 

THE PRINCE OF WALES'S OWN (WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT). 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Donald, 8296 Corporal M. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry and resource in charge of a party of bombers. 
Corporal M'Donald has also exhibited great bravery and skill in several 
reconnassiances. 

Military Medal. 

Donald, 60166 Sergeant (A. /Coy. S.M.) J. G. 2nd Battalion. (Middlesbrough). 

Gaz. 13/6/19. 
Donaldson, 14636 Sergeant (Acting C.S.M.) A. Gaz. 12/3/17; Bar to M.M. 

Gaz. 14/8/17. 

THE EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT. 

Military Medal. 

M'Intyre, 10849 Sergeant J. (Choppington). Gaz. 25/9/17; Bar to M.M. 
Gaz. 1/2/18. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
Macdonald, 12494 T./Sergeant-Major R. (Bermuda). (Berwick). Gaz. 21/2/19. 



259 

THE LEICESTERSHIRE REGIMENT. 

Military Medal. 
M'Donnell, 24926 Corporal H. A. (Loughborough). Gaz. 25/1/18. 

Promotion. 
M'Intyre, Captain A. S., M.C. Special Reserve. To be Brevet-Major. Gaz. 5/2/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Intyre, Captain A. S. Special Reserve. Gaz. 31/12/15; 19/10/16; 8/3./18. 
M'Intyre, Captain R. J. Special Reserve. Gaz. 19/10/16. 

THE ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'AUister, 8165 Company Q.M. Sergeant J. 7th Battalion. (Clonmel). Gaz. 
30/5/19. 

Near Wervicq, on the night of 4th/5th October, 1918, he displayed great 
coolness and courage during an intense enemy bombardment. He was 
successful in delivering rations and ammunition complete although the 
Company was distended over difficult country holding a line of shell holes. 
He has always displayed great zeal and devotion to duty, and it is mainly 
owing to him that the Company always received their supplies. 

M'Donald, 7028 Sergeant (Acting C.Q.M.S.) T. Gaz. 23/1/17. 

ALEXANDRA, PRINCESS OF WALES'S OWN (YORKSHIRE REGIMENT). 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Donald, 3/8755 Company Sergeant-Major J. Gaz. 13/2/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He has performed con- 
sistent good work throughout and has at all times set a splendid example. 

MacDonald, 6005 Company Sergeant-Major R. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. He assumed command of his com- 
pany and handled his men with great courage and determination. He set 
a splendid example throughout. 

Military Medal. 
M'Donald, 7678 Corporal W. A. Gaz. 10/11/16. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

MacDonald, 3/8755 Company Sergeant-Major J., D.C.M. (Langley Park). Gaz. 
21/2/19. 



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THE LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS. 

Military Cross. 
MacDonald, Lieutenant Alan David. Gaz. 1/6/17; Bar to M.C. Gaz. 7/11/18. 

Military Medal. 

M'Connell, 2368 Corporal (Now A./C.S.M.) J. (Bolton). Gaz. 29/8/18. 
MacDonald, 202208 Private H. (Middleton). Gaz. 27/6/18. 

THE ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS. 

Order of the British Empire. 

M' Donald, T. /Captain Charles James Lewis, M.B.E. Officer of Military Division. 
Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Donaldson, 29950 Sergeant A. 2nd Battalion. (Cowdenbeath). Gaz. 14/2/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in the advance East of 
Ypres from 28th September to 5th October, 1918. His conduct throughout 
was worthy of the highest praise especially on the 2nd October, when during 
a counter attack by the enemy he formed a defensive flank on the right at 
a critical period. 

M'Donald, 16206 Private J. 7th Battalion. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry when he carried, continuously, ammunition to 
the firing line and returned with wounded men. His bravery and devotion 
to duty were most marked. 

M'Donald, 52003 L. /Corporal W. 1st Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 3/12/18. 

With another man he rushed and captured an enemy machine gun post under 
very heavy fire, thereby permitting his platoon to advance. The machine 
gun nest contained a team of twenty-two of the enemy and four machine 
guns. The daring and spirit of the charge completely upset the nerves of 
the garrison, and when three had been killed the remainder surrendered. 
He then turned one of the captured guns on another enemy party causing 
casualties. 

Military Medal. 

M'Crindle, 17978 Sergeant A. Gaz. 11/10/16. 

M'Crorie, 240285 Private D. (Drougan). Gaz. 19/3/18. 

M'Donald, 11435 Private C. 2nd Battalion. (Newcastle-on-Tyne). Gas. 21/9/16; 

Bar to M.M. Gaz. 13/5/19. 
M'Donald, 19856 Private D. Gaz. 11/10/16. 

M'Donald, 240187 Private J. H. 5th Battalion. (Ardrossan). Gaz. 17/10/19. 
M'Innes, 40407 Private A. (Glasgow). Gaz. 29/8/18. 
M'Intyre, 295024 Sergeant G. (Strathaven). Gaz. 19/3/18; Bar to M.M. 

Gaz. 13/5/19. 
M'Intyre, 10147 Sergeant J. Gaz. 19/1/17. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
M'llraith, 20481 Sergeant T. 4th Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 30/5/19. 



261 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, T./Captain C. J. L. Gaz. 14/12/17. 
M'Intyre, 10147 Sergeant J. Gaz. 2/1/17. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 
M'Crindle, T./Lieutenant Andrew. Gaz. 18/7/19. 

Medaille d' Honneur avec Glaives (en Vermeil) (French). 
M'Donald, T./Captain Charles James Lewis, O.B.E. Gaz. 12/12/19. 

Serbian Silver Medal. 
M'Donald, 14503 Private George. Gaz. 15/2/17. 

THE CHESHIRE REGIMENT. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

MacDonald, 6912 Acting Sergeant W. H. Late 1st Battalion. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion when a portion of the trench was 
blown in by a Trench mortar and the garrison cut off. Later he went 
over the parapet and carried in wounded men under heavy machine gun 
fire. 

THE ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS. 

Military Medal. 
MacDonald, 31717 Corporal G. 16th Battalion. (Manchester). Gaz. 13/5/19. 

THE SOUTH WALES BORDERERS. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Donald, 7/15066 Corporal C. Gaz. 27/11/17. 

THE KING'S OWN SCOTTISH BORDERERS. 

Order of the British Empire. 

M'Donald, 2nd Lieutenant James. 3rd Battalion. Officer of the Military 

Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
M'Alester, Major William Henry Somerville. Gaz. 2/5/16. 

Military Cross. 

M'Kechnie, T./2nd Lieutenant John. Gaz. 26/10/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in an attack. When the 
other officers of his company became casualties, he took command and 
did magnificent work in reorganising the company and leading it to the 
second objective. 



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Military Medal. 

MacColl, 16473 Acting Corporal D. Gaz. 19/1/17. 
M'Connell, 29986 Private T. 1st Battalion. (Sorbie). Gaz. 13/5/19. 
M'Donald, 240211 Private A. 5th Battalion. (Moffat). Gaz. 7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 27594 L. /Corporal J. (Aberdeen). Gaz. 25/4/18. 
Macdonald, 29127 Private J. 6th Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 13/5/19. 
M'Donald, 9474 Private J. H. Gaz. 12/3/17. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
M'Donald, 9474 Sergeant J. H., M.M. Gaz. 19/9/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Alester, Major W. H. S. Gaz. 5/11/15; 5/5/16. 

M'Donald, 9474 Sergeant (A./Company Sergeant-Major) J. H., M.M. Gaz. 

5/6/19. 
M'Intyre, 6626 Sergeant R. Gaz. 30/5/18. 
M'Larty, 9765 Sergeant J. Gaz. 11/7/16. 

THE CAMERONIANS SCOTTISH RIFLES). 

Military Cross. 

Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant John M'Phail. (Attached K.R.R.C). Gaz. 15/6/17. 
For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led his company 
with great ability and judgment at a critical period, materially assisting 
in carrying through to the final objective. Later he assumed command 
of the two companies and superintended the consolidating of the position. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) Symington. Special Reserve. Attached 

250th Tunn. Coy. R.E. Gaz. 14/2/19. 

Near Le Mesuil he personally discovered and removed three " delay 
action " mines, a very dangerous undertaking. Serious loss of life was 
prevented by his initiative and disregard of personal danger. He has 
also removed many other enemy devices of a dangerous nature during 
recent operations, and has set a splendid example of energy and resource 
to all ranks. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Allister, 36998 Private J. 9th Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 14/2/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during operations east of 
Ypres on 28th September, 1918. Seeing an enemy machine gun about 
to come into action, he dashed forward firing as he went, and by wounding 
the gunner prevented the gun opening fire. He then captured the gun 
and team. 

Macdonald, 5036 Sergeant A. H. lst/5th Battalion. (T.F.). Gaz. 11/1/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry : he rallied the men of another regiment, who 
had, by mistake, received the order to retire, and by his bravery and 
determination caused the men to return to the trenches they had vacated, 
thus preventing what might have been a serious situation. 



263 

Macdonald, 9112 Bandsman G. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry as a stretcher-bearer. He had invariably shewn 
great bravery and devotion in attending wounded under fire, particularly 
on one occasion, when his regiment was continuously engaged for a long 
time. 

Macdonald, 7129 L./Sergeant J. lst/5th Battalion. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry. When on patrol he showed great bravery 
in assisting to carry in one of their number, who had been wounded close 
to the enemy wire. The patrol was heavily fired on all the time. 

Military Medal. 

Donald, 202377 Private P. 6th Battalion. (Edinburgh). Gaz. 13/6/19. 

M'Connell, 240152 L./Corporal S. (New Stevenston). Gaz. 10/9/18. 

M'Crory, 11448 Private T. Gaz. 21/9/16. 

M'Donald, 7690 L./Corporal (A. /Sergeant) A. (Near Hamilton). Gaz. 30/10/17. 

Macdonald, 7093 L./Corporal D. Gaz. 11/10/16. 

M'Donald, 14977 Corporal H. (Glasgow). Gaz. 11/1/18. 

M'Donald, 13478 Private S. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

M'Innes, 200708 Private (A./L/Corporal) A. S. (Glasgow). Gaz. 29/8/18. 

M'Intyre, 26592 Sergeant J. (Glasgow). Gaz. 29/8/18. 

M'Kechnie, 203290 Private J. (Wishaw). Gaz. 10/9/18. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
M'Donald, 266384 Sergeant R. S. 7th Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 13/5/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macalister, Captain (T. /Major) W. G. (Killed). Gaz. 2/1/17. 
MacDonald, 14977 Private H. Gaz. 20/7/17. 

M'Donald, 2nd Lieutenant (A. /Captain) J. S. Attached 208th Squadron, 2nd 
Brigade (R.A.F.). Gaz. 11/7/19. 

THE ROYAL INNISKILLING FUSILIERS. 

Military Cross. 

M'Connell, 2nd Lieutenant Robert Brooks. Gaz. 16/10/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When in command of a 
platoon of a reserve battalion he went forward with his Lewis gun team 
to help the leading battalion clear out and man a strong point, where he 
remained well in advance of the main line all day and most of the following 
night, until relieved, setting a splendid example to his men. 

M'Keen, T./2nd Lieutenant John. Gaz. 1/3/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. On his platoon being sent 
to reinforce another battalion, who were hard pressed, he found on arriving 
that the enemy had broken into the trench system. He at once counter- 
attacked, leading his platoon with great dash, and drove the enemy out. 
Despite several counter-attacks which the enemy made, and although 
suffering heavy casualties, his platoon held them in check for thirty-six 
hours until relieved. By his splendid courage and cool leadership he was 
instrumental in saving the position, which was of vital importance to the 
safety of the line. 



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Military Medal. 

Donald, 14678 Sergeant J. 9th Battalion. (Glasgow). Gas. 13/5/19. 

Donnell, 11064 Private S. (Mountjov). Gas. 30/10/17. 

M' Conner!, 14703 Private J. Gas. 8/12/16. 

M'Donald, 27766 Private T. 9th Battalion. (Belfast). Gas. 13/6/19. 

M'Intyre, 19702 Sergeant D. J. 2nd Battalion. (Drumcrow). Gas. 11/3/19. 

M'Intyre, 15858 L. /Corporal J. (Coleraine). Gas. 13/3/18. 

M'Intyre, 48226 Private W. 13th Battalion. (Portadown). Gas. 21/1/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'llwrath, 21073 Private (L. /Corporal) R. Gas. 22/5/17. 

M'Intyre, 19702 Sergeant D. J. Gaz. 23/5/18. 

Macrory, Major (T./ Lieutenant-Colonel) F. S. N. Gas. 2/1/17; 14/12/17. 

THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT. 

Military Medal. 
Donaldson, 36793 Private D. A. (Southampton). Gas. 6/8/18. 

THE WORCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT. 

Military Cross. 
M'Donald, 2nd Lieutenant Sylvester. Gas. 1/1/17. 

Military Medal. 
M'Kechnie, 2289 Private J. Gas. 10/11/16. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Macdonald, 5775 C.S.M. S. Gas. 31/12/15. 

THE EAST LANCASHIRE REGIMENT. 

Military Cross. 

M'Donald, Quarter-Master and Hon. Captain John. Gas. 26/7/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. His energy and initia- 
tive in organising the supply of rations and ammunition to his own unit 
and others were of great value. He daily accompanied the ration convoys 
to the line, often through heavy shell fire, and supervised the distribution 
of food in the actual front line. As Senior Quarter-Master in the division 
he set a fine example to those of other units. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

MacDonald, 7614 Sergeant A. W. 1st Battalion. Gas. 22/6/15. 

M'Donald, 9358 L./Corporal J. Gas. 22/9/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. Pie accompanied the first line of the 
assault, laying out a telephone wire as he went, and established himself 
in a shell hole near the enemy's wire. It was chiefly due to his skill and 
pluck under very heavy fire that his CO. was able to keep in touch with 
his companies. 



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Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 7268 Sergeant J. 8th Battalion. Gaz. 2/6/16. 
M'Donald, 9358 L. /Corporal J. Gaz. 10/11/16. 
M'Donnell, 4247 L. /Corporal J. Gaz. 25/1/18. 

Medal of St. George, 3rd Class (Russian). 
M'Donald, 9358 L. /Corporal James. Gaz. 15/2/17. • 

THE EAST SURREY REGIMENT. 

Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 25222 Private G. 12th Battalion. (Wembley). Gaz. 7/2/19. 
M'Coll, 104 Sergeant J. 1st Battalion. (Clapham Common). Gaz. 13/6/19. 

THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S (WEST RIDING REGIMENT). 

Military Cross. 
M'Coll, T./ Lieutenant Hugh Herbert. Service Battalion. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
M'Intyre, 31022 Private (A./Sergeant) J. S. Gaz. 19/9/19. 

THE BORDER REGIMENT. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
MacDonald, Captain Thomas Wilson. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

Military Cross. 

M'Donald, T./2nd Lieutenant John Rough. Gaz. 22/4/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During a raid on the 
enemy line he attacked a post, accounted for eleven of the enemy, and 
brought back a prisoner, obtaining valuable information. He showed 
marked courage, coolness and initiative. 

MacDonald, T./2nd Lieutenant William Sutherland. Gaz. 13/5/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During a hostile raid the 
entrance to his dug-out was blocked by the bursting of a shell and whilst 
he was endeavouring to clear a way out a party of the enemy attempted to 
bomb his dug-out, but he routed these by revolver fire. He finally 
succeeded in extricating himself from his dug-out, and proceeding through 
a heavy trench mortar barrage to his forward posts, he re-established them. 
His devotion to duty and determination were worthy of the highest praise. 

M'Keand, T. /Captain William Ian. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Military Medal. 

M'Connell, 240013 Company Q.M. Sergeant J. (Whitehaven). Gaz. 16/7/18. 
M'Donald, 11884 Sergeant J. (Ashton-in-Makerfleld). Gaz. 27/6/18. 
Macdonald, 10475 Corporal J. Gaz. 19/12/16. 



266 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Connell, 240013 Company Q.M. Sergeant J. Gaz. 24/5/18. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant G. H. S. Gaz. 14/12/17. 

MacDonald, Captain T. W. Territorial Force. (Staff). Gaz. 1/1/16 ; 4/1/17 ; 

20/5/18. 

THE ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT. 

Military Medal. 
Donald, G/20477 Private M. 7th Battalion. (Newmilns). Gaz. 7,2/19. 

THE HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT. 

Military Medal. 

M'Allister, 201964 Private J. 4th Battalion. (Coatbridge). Gaz. 13/1/20. 
Macdonald, 16419 Private T. (Birmingham). Gaz. 11/12/17. 

THE PRINCE OF WALES'S VOLUNTEERS (SOUTH LANCASHIRE 

REGIMENT). 

Military Medal. 
Donaldson, 240529 Private (L/Corporal) W. (St. Helens). Gaz. 16/10/17. 

Promotion. 

Macdonald, Captain R. H. 1st Battalion. (Attached Indian Signal Service). 
To be Brevet-Major. Gaz. 21/3/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, Lieutenant (A./Captain) T. M. Gaz. 21/12/17. 
Macdonald, Captain R. H. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

Macdonald, Captain and Battalion Major Reginald Henry. Attached Signal Service. 
Gaz. 3/8/20. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 

Macdonald, Captain and Brevet Major Reginald Henry. Gaz. 15/12/19. 

THE WELSH REGIMENT. 

Order of the British Empire. 

M'Donald, Quarter-Master and Major James. Member of the Military Division. 
Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Military Cross. 

M'Donald, T. /Captain John Currie. Gaz. 25/9/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During an attack he 
displayed powers of leadership of a very high order, and led his men to 
their objective with great skill and determination. 

Military Medal. 
M'Donald, 49635 Private G. Sydney (N.S.W.). Gaz. 25/9/17. 



267 
THE BLACK WATCH (ROYAL HIGHLANDERS). 

Order of the British Empire. 
Donald, Captain George Reid. Member of the Military Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Military Cross. 

M'Donald, 2nd Lieutenant James Mitchell. Gaz. 11/10/18. 

He led his platoon in an attack with great gallantry and skill, reaching his 
objective at the appointed time, after a sharp fight with an enemy machine 
gun detachment, who were all accounted for and the gun turned on the 
enemy. Finding that a gap in the line had occurred owing to the advance 
of the flank of the battalion having been checked, he skilfully covered it with 
Lewis gun and rifle fire and so helped to deny it to the enemy. He main- 
tained his position for 48 hours until relieved, inspiring his men by 
his example and resolute spirit. 

M'Intyre, Lieutenant (T./Captain) Ronald William. T.F. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

Maclntyre, Lieutenant William. (l/5th Battalion, Attached l/6th Battalion). T.F. 
Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Donald, 1539 Private A. Depot. (Formerly 2nd Battalion). Gaz. 28/3/16. 
For conspicuous gallantry. He played his pipes at the head of his platoon 
through the first and second enemy trenches, and when the bombers 
advanced to the third trench he continued playing at their head, his com- 
panion piper being killed beside him at point-blank range. 

MacDonald, 2056 Corporal J. Gas. 3/6/15. 

Macdonald, S/3604 L. /Corporal J. M. 8th Battalion. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry. He brought up a machine-gun and ammunition 
after all his gun team had been killed or wounded, worked the gun, and 
brought it back single-handed. 

MacDonald, S/8534 Private R. 2nd Battalion. Gaz. 28/3/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in frequently charging forward as " bayonet 
man " of a bombing party which gained 300 yards of enemy trench. 

M'Intyre, 291016 Sergeant T. l/7th Battalion. (Leven.Fife). Gaz. 27/1/20. 

Military Medal. 

Donaldson, S/5399 Private H. l/7th Battalion (T.F.). Gaz. 11/12/18. 

M'Allister, S/6837 Private R. Gaz. 1/9/16. 

M'Connell, 202288 Private J. (Arbroath). Gaz. 30/10/17. 

MacDonald, S/ 17540 A. /Corporal A. (Edinburgh). Gaz. 16/7/18. 

MacDonald, S/40260 Private C. A. C. Gaz. 21/8/17. 

M'Donald, 200854 Private F. 8th Battalion. (Dundee). Gaz. 13/5/19. 

Macdonald, S/8436 L./Sergeant G. R. Gaz. 6/7/17. 

M'Donald, S/20939 L. /Corporal J. (Glasgow). Gaz. 6/8/18. 

M'Donald, 316685 Private (A. /Corporal) J. 13th Battalion. (Inverness). Gaz. 

13/6/19. 
M'Donald, 1321 Sergeant Piper T. Gaz. 21/9/16. 
M'Intyre, 315383 Private D. 13th Battalion. (Falkirk). Gaz. 6/7/17; 

Bar to M.M. Gaz. 19/8/19. 
M'Intyre, S/3597 Private (Acting Corporal) J. Gaz. 19/1/17. 
Maclsaac, S/9397 Private (L/Corporal) G. W. (Ardgour). Gaz. 11/12/17. 



268 
Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, 316684 Company Q.M. Sergeant J. 13th Battalion. (Errol). Gaz. 

30/5/19. 
M'Intyre, S/4787 Company Q.M. Sergeant A. (Edinburgh). Gaz. 17/6/18. 
M'Intyre, S/3597 Corporal J., M.M. 8th Battalion. (Perth). Gaz. 17/1/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, 315035 Corporal A. 13th Battalion. (T.F.). Gaz. 9/7/19. 

Macdonald, 2126 Piper A. Gaz. 31/12/15. 

Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant C. 1st Battalion. Attached l/7th Battalion. (T.F.). 

Gaz. 9/7/19. 
M'Donald, 316684 Company Q.M. Sergeant J. Gaz. 11/6/18. 
M'Intyre, 2nd Lieutenant J. C. Gaz. 25/5/17. 
M'Intyre, Lieutenant (T./Captain) R. W. Territorial Force. Gaz. 31/12/15. 

Medaille d' Honneur avec Glaives (en Bronze) (French). 

Donald, 200806 Private Alexander. 8th Battalion Directorate of Forestry. 
(Lochie, Dundee). Gaz. 28/1/19. 

Cross of Karageorge. 
M'Intyre, 315383 Private Donald. Gaz. 25/1/18. 



THE OXFORDSHIRE AND BUCKINGHAMSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Allister, 5019 Acting-Sergeant A. Gaz. 13/6/16. 

THE ESSEX REGIMENT. 

Order of the British Empire. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant-Colonel George Frederick Handel. (T.F.). Officer. Gaz. 
1/1/19. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 39628 Private D. 1st Battalion. (Aberdeen). Gaz. 22/7/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Donald, Lieutenant-Colonel G. F. H., O.B.E. Gaz. 22/1/19. 

Order of the Nile (Egypt). 

M'Donald, Lieutenant-Colonel George Frederick Handel, O.B.E. 6th Battalion. 
(T.F.). Gaz. 13/1/20. 



269 

THE SHERWOOD FORESTERS (NOTTINGHAMSHIRE AND 
DERBYSHIRE REGIMENT). 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 10453 L. /Corporal J. C. Gaz. 1/9/16. 
M'Kechnie, 13185 Private J. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

THE LOYAL NORTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 4140 Corporal J. Gaz. 22/2/18. 
M'Guinness, 17381 Private J. J. Gaz. 21/10/16. 

PRINCESS CHARLOTTE OF WALES'S (ROYAL BERKSHIRE 

REGIMENT). 

Distinguished Service Order. 
Macdonald, Major Arthur Gabell. Gaz. 2/6/16. 

Military Medal. 
M'Allister, 12003 Corporal R. (Aberdeen). Gaz. 15/6/17 ; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 12/6/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, Major (T. /Lieutenant-Colonel) A. G., D.S.O. Gaz. 31/12/15; 1/1/16; 
13/6/16; 21/12/17. 

THE QUEEN'S OWN (ROYAL WEST KENT REGIMENT). 

Military Cross. 

Donaldson, T./2nd Lieutenant Alfred James. Gaz. 25/9/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During- two days of 
severe fighting" he made journeys under heavy fire to maintain touch 
with the battalions on the flanks and with the front line. He also recon- 
noitred and laid out the assembly area under fire, and guided the com- 
panies to their tapes. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant (T./Captain) Albert Victor. Gaz. 1/6/17. 
Bar toM.C. Gaz. 5/11/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and fine leadership during an attack. Through 
fog and very heavy fire he led his company with the greatest determination 
to the final objective, an advance of some 4000 yards, with comparatively 
few casualties. He maintained his position until ordered to withdraw, 
and then carried out the withdrawal most skilfully. He displayed 

exceptionally bold and able leadership. 
2nd Bar to M.C. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

For great gallantry and enterprise throughout operations near Sailly- 
Sallisel, 1st and 2nd September, 1918. In the attack he gained and held 
his objective, in spite of extremely heavy shell and machine gun fire. 
When it was thought the enemy were preparing a heavy counter-attack, 
he advanced his offensive patrols and found that the enemy were retiring; 
whereupon he collected all available troops and pressed on. His reports 
were always valuable and his example to the men of a very high order. 



270 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 3380 L. /Corporal A. Gaz. 14/9/17. 

MacDonald, 18778 Private (L. /Corporal) H. 9th Battalion. (Denaby Main). 
Gaz. 11/3/19. 

THE KING'S OWN (YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY). 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Donaldson, 18085 Sergeant G. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in charge of a 
platoon. He handled it with great courage and skill in various opera- 
tions. His fine example had the greatest effect on all ranks. 

D. C. M. Clasp. 

MacDonald, 6923 Sergeant A. 2nd Battalion. Gaz. 15/12/14. 

The above named non-commissioned officer has been awarded a clasp for 
the distinguished conduct medal bestowed upon him for the South African 
Campaign, 1899-1902. 

For conspicuous gallantry on 19th October near Illes in carrying a 
message under fire and also for coming up twice to the firing line to 
search for and bring away the wounded under very heovy fire. Killed in 
action, 28/10/14. 

Military Medal. 
M'Coll, 44070 Private A. Gaz. 11/1/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donaldson, 18085 Corporal (A./Sergeant) G. Gaz. 25/5/17. 
M'Donald, 676 Sergeant W. G. Gaz. 25/5/17. 

THE KING'S (SHROPSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY). 

Military Medal. 

Donald, 15669 Private (L. /Corporal) J. D. 8th (S.) Battalion. (Hammersmith). 

(Salonika). Gaz. 11/3/19. 
M'Donald, 6947 Sergeant A. 1st Battalion. (Leigh). Gaz. 13/5/19. 
M'Donald, 7960 Sergeant J. 7th Battalion. Gaz. 21/1/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Donald, 15669 Corporal J. D. Gaz. 27/11/17. 

Medaille d' Honneur avec Glaives (en Bronze) (French). 
Donald, 15669 Corporal John Davidson. Gaz. 18/7/19. 



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THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE'S OWN (MIDDLESEX REGIMENT). 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Donald, 835 Sergeant-Ma j or G. A. Gas. 22/9/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. After the attack he reorganised and 
rallied all the men round him exposing himself with great coolness and 
cheerfulness under a very heavy bombardment. He has previously dis- 
played great coolness under shell fire. 

Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 92557 Private E. (Edinburgh). Gaz. 13/3/18. 
M'Allister, G/6896 Private J. (Homerton.) Gaz. 11/12/17. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Donald, 835 Regtl. Sergeant-Major G. A. Gas. 13/6/16. 

Cross of St. George, 4th Class (Russian). 
M'Donald, PS/835 Regtl. Sergeant-Major George Albert. Gaz. 15/2/17. 

THE KING'S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS. 

Military Cross. 

Donaldson, T. /Captain John Muir. Gaz. 25/8/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. Although wounded he remained with 
his company encouraging them on under heavy shell, rifle and machine-gun 
fire, until he was hit again and forced to retire. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

D. C. M. Clasp. 

M'Intyre, A. 1143 Acting Company Sergeant-Major W. L. Gaz. 2/6/16. 
The above N.C.O. is awarded a Clasp to his D.C.M. 

The D.C.M. was awarded for services in the South African War whilst be- 
longing to H.L.I. Vide "London Gazette" dated 31st October, 1902. 
P. 6904. 

THE MANCHESTER REGIMENT. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

MacDonald, Captain (T. /Major) Charles Leslie. Gaz. 1/1/17. 
Bar to D.S.O. Gaz. 25/9/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty at a moment when a 
party of his own battalion and other units were held up by an enemy 
strong point. He pushed forward and organised a bombing attack, but 
the officer leading it was killed, and it failed. Seeing a tank approach he 
ran out under fire and got into it, directing the tank towards the strong 
point. As soon as he had given instructions he got out again and re- 
joined his party in the trench under a storm of machine gun fire. He has 
on all occasions set a fine example of coolness and contempt of danger. 



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Military Cross. 

Donaldson, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) John. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

Macdonald, 6984 Company Sergeant-Major (A./R.S.M.) Charles. Gaz. 18/1/18. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Donald, 815 L./Sergeant A. lst/Gth Battalion (T.F.). Gaz. 2/2/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry on 7th August, 1915, at Galiipoli. Twice he 
crossed a very dangerous fire swept zone to bring up bombs to the firing 
line. On the third occasion he found a wounded officer, whom he 

brought in. 

Macdonald, 6984 Acting Sergeant-Major C. 11th Battalion. Gaz. 20/6/16. 
For consistent good work and devotion to duty. 

M'Donald, 582 C.S.M. T., M.M. (Bury). Gaz. 21/10/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This Warrant Officer 
is at all times untiring in his work, and during an attack his example and 
leadership largely contributed to its success. When officers became 

casualties he assisted in performing their duties, and inarthe line has been 
most useful to his company commander. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 582 Sergeant T. Gaz. 8/12/16. 
M'Donnell, 7924 L./Sergeant J. Gaz. 23/8/16. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donaldson, Quarter-Master and Hon. -Lieutenant R. C. Gaz. 24/5/18. 

M'Donald, 815 L./Sergeant A. (T.F.). Gaz. 28/1/16. 

M'Donald, 2385 Private A. (T.F.). Gaz. 11/7/16. 

MacDonald, 6984 Regimental Sergeant-Major C. Service Battalion. Gaz. 

11/7/16. 
Macdonald, T. /Lieutenant-Colonel C. L., D.S.O. Gaz. 2/1/17; 18/12/17. 
Macdonald, Captain (T. /Major) C. L. Unattached List (Territorial Force). 

(Manchester). Gaz. 2/1/17. 
Macdonald, 2397 Corporal R. Gaz. 14/8/17. 



THE PRINCE OF WALES'S (NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE 

REGIMENT). 

Military Medal. 
M'Donald, 7/14018 Private J. I. (Fenton.) Gaz. 2/4/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, 240312 Private J. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

M'Donald, 48514 Private R. R. 4th Battalion. Gaz. 28/12/18. 



273 
THE DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Military Cross. 

M'Connell, T. /Lieutenant Alexander Anderson. Gaz. 26/7/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When his company 

Commander was wounded he took charge and fought on until hemmed in 
on three sides, and almost out of ammunition, when he withdrew in good 
order under heavy fire, successfully extricating his men from a very difficult 
situation. 

Macintyre, Captain Reginald George. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Donald, 2174 Private J. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. He carried messages under very heavy 
fire. Later he led a party of twenty men through heavy fire to an advanced 
post. He set a fine example of courage and determination throughout. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donnell, 19/1174 L. /Corporal H. (South Shields). Gaz. 18/10/18. 
M'Donnell, 27671 Corporal R. Gaz. 6/7/17. 
M'Kane, 43923 Sergeant J. (Belfast). Gaz. 22/2/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) E. Gaz. 30/1/19. 
Macintyre, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) R. G. Gaz. 2/1/17. 

THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Order of the Bath. 

Ronaldson, Lieutenant-Colonel Rohert William Hawthorn. Member of Military 
Division of the 3rd Class. Gaz. 22/6/15. 

Military Cross. 

Donald, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) William Francis Maxwell. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. While divisional 

observing officer he showed the greatest initiative and disregard of personal 
safety in crawling out to an exposed position under heavy fire of every 
description to obtain information from the company holding the position. 
Though wounded while doing so he successfully returned with the required 
information. 

M'Coll, T./Lieutenant Robert Balderston. 2nd Battalion. Gaz. 7/3/19. 

On 23rd October, 1918, as Staff-Captain he showed great gallantry and 
energy when the brigade carried out three attacks on separate objectives, 
advancing from the River Harpies, at Vertain, to the River Ecaillon beyond 
Capelle. He was tireless throughout the night and day reconnoitring roads 
and bridges under heavy shell fire and in selecting sites for advanced dumps 
to which he personally conducted the transport at the earliest possible 
moment. 
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M'Connell, T. /Lieutenant John Rawson. Gaz. 14/9/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. At imminent risk of his 
life he crawled across a bridge which had been almost destroyed by enemy 
shell fire in order to get to his battalion headquarters with instructions. 
The gallantry and determination of this act were greatly increased by the 
fact that it was dark at the time, the air densely charged with gas, which 
entailed a helmet being worn, and the solitary beam which was all that 
remained of the bridge was under heavy artillery fire. He successfully 
accomplished his task in the face of all these difficulties displaying splendid 
fearlessness throughout. 
Maclnnes, 2nd Lieutenant William Alexander. Attached Border Regiment. Gaz. 

26/4/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led his platoon in a 
most gallant manner and inflicted many casualties on the enemy. Later he 
reorganised his men and materially assisted in repulsing a hostile counter 
attack. 

Bar to M.C. Gaz. 25/9/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an intense hostile 
bombardment of a town. He occupied the Brigade observation post which 
was unprotected and at the top of a conspicuously high building, for 1 2 
hours under intense shell fire. His work enabled the brigade commander 
to keep in touch with the situation, as all other means of doing so were 
being continually interrupted, and in spite of shells bursting all round his 
post and passing through the building he declined to vacate it except to re- 
pair his telephone wires. He set a magnificent example of fearlessness and 
devotion to duty. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Allister, 10062 Private R. J. 3rd Battalion. (Formerly 1st Battalion). Gaz. 
11/1/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry. Private M'Allister volunteered to form one of 
a bombing party in an attack on the enemy's barricade. Although 

wounded he attempted to charge the barricade, but was forced to retire 
being wounded again in three places by bullets, and also injured by a bomb. 
His bravery and devotion were most marked. 

M'Donald, 8512 Corporal H. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. He led a party of his men for 250 
yards establishing a new block. Later when attacked by four of the enemy 
under an officer he saved the situation by promptly killing the officer. He 
set a fine example of courage and initiative. 

M'Donald, 6923 Company Sergeant-Major J. W. (Edinburgh). Gaz. 19/10/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty at a critical moment. 
During a hostile attack he rallied his company who were commencing to 
fall back owing to a misunderstanding, reorganised the defence, and by 
his fearless conduct completely restored their spirits and the situation. 
When two of his officers had become casualties he took control and showed 
complete disregard of shell and rifle fire in order to maintain communication 
with his flanks. 

M'Intyre, 7259 Private J. l/8th (Lanark) Battalion. (Attached l/7th Battalion 
Royal Scots). Gaz. 14/9/15. 

For conspicuous gallantry on 28th July, 1915, on the Gallipoli Peninsula. 
He was twice wounded while carrying ammunition across the open. He 
had previously been brought to notice for marked bravery. 



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M'Kean, 1633 Company Sergeant-Major M. l/5th Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 
14/3/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry during an assault. When his officer was killed 
he took command, rallied his men, and led them into the enemy's trench. 
He set a fine example of cool bravery. 

Miiitary Medal. 

Donald, 6957 Sergeant A. (Girvan). Gaz. 29/8/18. 

Donald, 331035 Private T. N. (Govan). Gaz. 14/12/17. 

Donaldson, 2126 L./Corporal P. G. Gaz. 21/10/16. 

M'Allister, 32681 Private (L./Corporal) J. 16th Battalion. (Cambuslang). Gaz. 
27/1/20. 

MacAllister, 241077 Private (A. /L./Corporal) S. l/6th Battalion (T.F.). (Port- 
Glasgow). Gaz. 21/1/19. 

M'Connell, 26986 Private J. 2nd Battalion. (Wishaw). Gaz. 13/6/19. 

M'Donald, 18997 Private G. (Glasgow). Gaz. 12/6/18. 

MacDonald, 8512 Company Sergeant-Major H., D.C.M. (Edinburgh). Gaz. 29/8/18. 

M'Donald, 32451 Private H. 12th Battalion. Gaz. 15/6/17. 

MacDonald, 8259 Sergeant J. (Glasgow). Gaz. 6/8/18. 

MacDonald, 240363 Private (A./Corporal) J. l/6th Battalion (T.F.). (Glasgow). 
Gaz. 21/1/19. 

M'Donald, 14925 L./Corporal J. A. Gaz. 15/6/17. 

M'Donald, 22198 Private M. (Govan). Gas. 30/10/17. 

MacDonald, 12230 Private R. Gaz. 17/7/17. 

M'Innes, 1451 Private H. 16th Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 27/1/20. 

M'Innes, 1820 Private T. Gaz. 1/9/16. 

M'Intyre, 7259 Private J. 8th Battalion. Attached 7th Battalion Royal Scots. 
(T.F.). Gaz. 2/6/16. 

M'Intyre, 240784 Private J. Y. (Paisley). Gaz. 4/10/18. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
M'Intyre, 15038 Sergeant H. 16th Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 17/1/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, Lieutenant W. F. M. Gaz. 25/5/17. 

Macdonald, Captain I. M. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 9/1/20. 

MacDonald, Captain J. (Killed). T.F. Gaz. 28/1/16. 

M'Donald, Captain W. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

Macdonell, Captain D. H., D.S.O. West African Frontier Force. Nigeria Regiment. 

Gaz. 30/5/16. 
M'Innes, 10484 Company Sergeant-Major A. Gaz. 8/3/18. 
Ronaldson, Lieutenant-Colonel R. W. H. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 18/6/15. 

THE SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS (ROSS-SHIRE BUFFS, THE DUKE 

OF ALBANY'S). 

Distinguished Service Order. 
MacDonald, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) Angus MacGillivray. Gaz. 22/4/18. 



27G 
Military Cross. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant (Acting Captain) Alastair Hugh. Gaz. 17/7/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He handled his com- 
pany during the advance with the utmost skill and determination. It 
was entirely due to his fine leadership and coolness in the face of heavy 
fire that he obtained his objectives with so little loss. 
Bar to M.C. Gaz. 13/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty as Acting Adjutant. 
When the Commanding Officer was wounded he took command of the 
battalion until the arrival of the second-in-command, and handled the 
men with great skill in the face of heavy fire. On one occasion he col- 
lected a party of disorganised men and re-formed a new line, thereby 
saving a situation which was becoming serious. Throughout the opera- 
tions he displayed great courage and maintained his calm demeanour at 
the most trying times, even when the enemy was almost through our 
lines. 
2nd Bar to M.C. Gaz. 11/10/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry during recent operations. While temporarily 
commanding the battalion he went forward and personally directed the 
advance, under heavy machine gun and artillery fire. His tireless energy 
and devotion to duty throughout were a splendid example to all ranks and 
of the utmost assistance to the battalion. 

Macdonald, T./2nd Lieutenant Alexander John. 2nd Battalion. (Attached 7th 
Battalion). Gaz. 14/2/19. 

For gallantry and coolness under very heavy fire during the attack on 
Ledeghem on October 1st, 1918. He led his platoon with great dash, 
and succeeded in pushing on beyond his objective. Throughout the 

operations from September 28th to October 3rd, 1918, he set an example 
of courage which greatly encouraged his platoon ; and later his company, 
which he took over when his company commander was wounded. 

MacDonald, T./2nd Lieutenant Hector. Gaz. 20/7/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in a rearguard action, 
when he accounted for twelve of the enemy himself and enabled two com- 
panies, which were almost surrounded, to retire in good order and take 
up new positions. During many actions he greatly distinguished himself 
and set a fine example of tenacity and courage. 

MacDonald, 2nd/Lieutenant John. Gaz. 26/7/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This officer beat off 
several attacks and inflicted severe casualties on the enemy, showing 
complete disregard of danger, walking about directing the fire of his men 
and encouraging their efforts. When forced to withdraw he did so with 
masterly skill, suffering few casualties. 

Macdonald, T. /Lieutenant Kenneth. 7th Battalion. Gaz. 14/2/19. 

For most conspicuous gallantry and determined leadership during the 
operations north-east of Ypres lrom September 28th till October, 3rd, 
1918. He led his company with great skill against the enemy positions 
on the Brodseinde Ridge, and on more than one occasion captured parties 
of the enemy practically single-handed. His fearlessness inspired all 

ranks under him. 



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MacDonald, 2nd Lieutenant William Francis. Special Reserve. Gaz. 23/11/17. 
For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When his Lewis Gun 
N.C.O. was hit, he worked the gun himself, in spite of a smashed thumb, 
remaining at his post until dark. Throughout the day he sent in excellent 
reports, and maintained the line which would otherwise have fallen back. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Macdonald, 200018 Sergeant A. (Alness). Gaz. 28/12/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He has rendered 
valuable services since the commencement of the campaign, and has 
always shown the greatest courage, coolness, and initiative. 

MacDonald, 200293 Sergeant D. (Dingwall). Gaz. 3/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. As a sniper and ob- 
server this non-commissioned officer performed valuable work under fire, 
when his coolness and devotion to duty were conspicuous. Through the 
information he afforded, timely dispositions were made to repel strong 
enemy attacks on our flanks, during which he inflicted heavy losses on the 
enemy machine guns and advancing infantry. 

Macdonald, S/43856 Private (L. /Corporal) D. 2i\d Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 
14/2/19. 

During the attack at Presnau on 2nd November, 1918, he rushed a hedge 
from which the enemy were firing and forced four men to surrender. 
Later he noticed enemy firing from a house. Firing his Lewis gun from the 
hip he rushed forward to the door of the house, killing several as they tried 
to escape and taking four prisoners. He did splendid work. 

M'Donald, 204286 C.S.M. M. 4th Battalion. (Torridon). Gaz. 31/12/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry during the operations extending over a period 
from the 23rd August to 3rd September, 1918. His fearless manner has 
always been a splendid example to his men throughout his long service 
with the battalion. 
Bar to D.C.M. Gaz. 14/2/19. 

During the operations at Lieu St. Amand on the 13th October, 1918, 
although wounded, he continued to advance with his company through 
very heavy fire, and was the first man to reach the objective. By collect- 
ing the men in his vicinity and leading them on, the whole company was 
enabled to reach its objective. 

Military Medal. 

Donald, S/25769 Private J. G. Gaz. 22/7/19. 

Donaldson, 201795 Private H. Gaz. 23/2/18. 

M'Donald, 3/6233 Sergeant A. 7th Battalion. (Stornoway). Gaz. 13/6/19. 

M'Donald, 2266 Private A. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

Macdonald, 267254 Private A. (Rogart). Gaz. 6/8/18. 

Macdonald, S/40643 Sergeant C. Gaz. 6/7/17. 

MacDonald, 200533 Sergeant C. (Gairloch). Gaz. 4/10/18; Bar to M.M. 

Gaz. 11/12/18. ii' 

Macdonald, 3/7212 Private C. (Stornoway). Gaz. 25/1/18. 
MacDonald, 200254 L. /Corporal D. (Invergordon). Gaz. 13/3/18 
M'Donald, S/4438 Private D. Gaz. 14/8/17. 
Macdonald, 200265 L./Corporal F. ([E.] Torridon). Gaz. 11/12/17. 



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M'Donald, 200190 Sergeant J. (Strathpeffer). Gaz. 4/10/18. 

M'Donald, 201839 Corporal J. (Aultbea). Gaz. 4/10/18. 

M'Donald, 265475 L./Corporal (Corporal) J. (Elgin). Gaz. 25/9/17. 

Macdonald, S/9768 Private (L./Corporal) J. Attached Infantry Brigade, H.Q. 

(Leith). Gaz. 11/12/17. 
Macdonald, 10282 Private (L./Corporal) J. (Dingwall). Gaz. 14/9/17. 
M'Donald, S/12762 Private J. (Nigg). Gaz. 6/8/18. 
M'Donald, 267317 Private J. Gaz. 6/7/17. 
M'Donald, 288006 Private J. Gaz. 6/7/17. 
Macdonald, 1003 Drummer J. Gaz. 6/7/17. 

Macdonald, 203366 Private J. A. 2nd Battalion. (Wick). Gaz. 22/7/19. 
MacDonald, 241473 Private K. (Golspie). Gaz. 27/6/18. 
Macdonald, 3/7342 Sergeant M. 2nd Battalion. (Stornoway). Gaz. 16/7/18; 

Bar to M. M. Gaz. 22/7/19. 
M'Donald, S/40092 Private N. 2nd Battalion. (Dornoch). Gaz. 22/7/19. 
MacDonald, 238066 Sergeant T. (Beauly). Gaz. 10/9/18. 
MacDonald, 265804 Sergeant T. (Granton-on-Spey). Gaz. 13/3/18. 
Macdonald, 240094 L./Corporal W. (Bettyhill). Gaz. 25/9/17. 
M'Donald, 265063 L./Corporal W. (Elgin). Gaz. 13/3/18. 
M'Donald, S/ 21 795 Private W. C. 7th Battalion. (Leith). Gaz. 13/5/19. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Connell, S/14605 R./Q.M. -Sergeant T. A. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

M'Donald, 398 Sergeant D. 2nd Battalion. (Stornoway). Gaz. 17/1/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant (Acting Captain) A. M'G., D.S.O. Gaz. 24/5/18. 
Macdonald, Captain (T. /Major) W. (Adjutant). T.F. Gaz. 13/6/16. 
Macdonald, Captain W. A. Gaz. 18/12/17. 
Maclntyre, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) P. B. Gaz. 2/1/17. 

Croix de Guerre (Belgian). 
Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant Neil. Gaz. 4/9/19. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 
M'Donald, 265418 Sergeant Charles. Gaz. 3/1/19. 

Military Order of Aviz (Portuguese). 
Macdonald, Captain Archibald David. Gaz. 26/10/20. 

Cross of St. George, 4th Class (Russian). 
M'Kechnie, 9446 Private Neil. Gaz. 24/8/15. 

THE GORDON HIGHLANDERS. 

Order of St. Michael and St. George. 
M'Donald, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel, D.S.O. Gaz. 6/6/19. 



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Distinguished Service Order. 

M'Donald, Major (A. /Lieutenant-Colonel) Samuel. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

Bar to D.S.O. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

2nd Bar to D.S.O. Gaz. 15/2/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an attack. When 
nearly all the officers had become casualties, and the attack was held up, 
he not only made a dangerous reconnaissance alone, but subsequently on 
three separate occasions during the day reorganised parties of his battalion, 
and led them forward in spite of heavy fire and severe losses. He 

showed magnificent courage and coolness. 

Military Cross. 

Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant Ewen Cattanach. 6th Battalion (T.F.). (Attached 
6th/7th Battalion). Gaz. 14/2/19. 

For marked gallantry and devotion to duty north of Avesnes-le-Sec on 
October 13th, 1918. He was commanding- a platoon of a support com- 
pany, and when the company in front was held up and its commander 
wounded, he went forward through the enemy barrage to reconnoitre. 
He returned with information, and his platoon was ordered forward to fill 
a gap between the front companies. He led it forward, and, although 
wounded, occupied the position under heavy shell and machine gun fire. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant George. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 28/3/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry during operations. He twice led up reinforce- 
ments at a critical moment in the attack, and thus enabled the assault to 
be pushed home. Though slightly wounded, he kept command of his 
company till the end of the operations, frequently going back over the 
open to report to Headquarters. 

Macdonald, 9845 Acting Regimental Sergeant Major James. Gaz. 18/8/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. His conduct throughout 
the war has been marked by consistent courage. He has set a fine 

example of cool fearlessness. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Donald, 1383 L. /Corporal D. Gaz. 9/1/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. He assumed command of and led 
his platoon with great courage and initiative, capturing 170 prisoners and 
a machine gun. 

M'Eachnie, 1484 Sergeant J. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 16/5/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry when repelling a counter-attack by the enemy. 
When part of the line was temporarily evacuated, his party was the first 
back to re-occupy it and reorganise its defences. Later when holding 
another point, he held on under very severe shell fire. 

Military Medal. 

Donald, 1293 Coy. Sergeant-Major A. G. A. 1st Battalion. (Stonehaven). Gaz. 

15/6/17; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 13/6/19. 

Donald, 26~657l L. /Corporal J. (Aberdeen). Gaz. 13/3/18. 

Donald, 202483 Private (A. /L. /Corporal) J. (Inverurie). Gaz. 13/3/18. 



280 

Donald, 242076 L. /Corporal (Acting L. /Sergeant) R. (Aberdeen). Gaz. 

16/10/17. 
Donaldson, 14018 Private E. A. Gaz. 19/1/17. 
Donaldson, S/3808 Company Sergeant-Major J. Gaz. 14/9/16. 
M'Allister, 242321 Sergeant R. (Dunrobin). Gaz. 16/7/18. 
M'Donald, 3/6425 L./Sergeant A. (Montrose). Gaz. 11/12/17. 
M'Donald, 266 Private A. Gaz. 1/9/16. 
M'Donald, 265476 Coy. Quarter-Master Sergeant C. 6th Battalion. (Strathdon). 

Gaz. 13/6/19. 
M'Donald, 266166 Sergeant D. 7th Battalion. (Dufftown). Gaz. 13/5/19; Bar 

to M.M. Gaz. 22/7/19. 
M'Donald, 1383 Private D. Gaz. 21/9/16. 
M'Donald, 3/6359 Private J. (Glasgow). Gaz. 14/9/17. 
Macdonald, 14024 Private R. Gaz. 8/12/16. 
Macdonald, 292371 Private R. (Glasgow). Gaz. 16/1U/17. 
MacDonald, 9714 Private T. 1st Battalion. (Dundee). Gaz. 27/1/20. 
M'Donald, 265899 Private T. (Fife-Keith). Gaz. 4/10/18. 
Macdonald, S/14607 Corporal W. (Strathpeffer). Gaz. 11/12/17. 
MacDonald, 3/6244 Private W. (Glasgow). Gaz. 16/7/18. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Alister, 10670 Private A. Gaz. 27/1/20. 
MacDonald, 3/5936 L./Sergeant J. Gaz. 15/6/17. 

Macintyre, 1425 Private (T. /Corporal) D. 1st Battalion. (Grantshouse). Gaz. 
27/1/20. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, 613 Private A. Gaz. 1/1/16. 

Donald, 1293 Companv Q.M. Sergeant G. A., M.M. Gaz. 28/12/18. 

Macdonald, T./2nd Lieutenant D. H. (Killed). Gaz. 2/1/17. 

MacDonald, Captain G., M.C. Staff. Gaz. 7/12/17; 20/5/18. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant G. Gaz. 18/12/17. 

Macdonald, 9845 Company Sergeant-Major J. Gaz. 31/12/15. 

M'Donald, 580 Private R. 2nd Battalion. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

M'Donald, Major (Acting Lieutenant-Colonel) S., D.S.O. Gaz. 1/1/16; 18/12/17; 

24/5/18. 
MacKean, T. /Lieutenant (A. /Captain) E. G. Gaz. 24/5/18. 
Ronald, 1911 Private J. H. (Killed). Gaz. 13/6/16. 

Medaille Militaire. 
Donald, 1293 C.S.M. Andrew George Anderson. Gaz. 16/3/20. 

Medaille de la Reconnaissance Francaise, 3rd Class (en Bronze). 
Macdonald, Major William Alexander, T.D. 6th Battalion (T.F.). Gaz. 3/10/19. 

Military Order of Aviz (Portuguese). 

M'Donald, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel, C.M.G., D.S.O. 5th Battalion (T.F.). 

Gaz. 26/10/20. 



281 
THE QUEEN'S OWN CAMERON HIGHLANDERS. 

Order of the British Empire. 

Macdonald, Major Andrew Edward. Officer of the Military Division. (For 

services connected with the war). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Military Cross. 

Donaldson, 2nd Lieutenant Albert. Gaz. 26/9/17. 
Bar to M.C. Gaz. 26/7/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in action. Throughout 
the operations he showed marked ability, particularly during the with- 
drawal, when his fearlessness had a most inspiring effect on his men. 
Later he was put in command of two companies, when he showed great 
skill in reorganising under most difficult circumstances. 

MacDonald, T./2nd Lieutenant Alexander Robert. Gaz. 22/4/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in command of a 
raiding party. He found loose wire across the gap in the enemy's wire, 
but with the help of a N.C.O. he cleared the gap and led his party 
through into the enemy's trench. He successfully dealt with the enemy 
in the trench, and when some of them tried to escape he followed them, 
killing one and capturing three prisoners. He withdrew the whole of his 
party safely, having set them an inspiring example of coolness and 
courage throughout the operation. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant Donald. Gaz. 26/7/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in command of his com- 
pany. When the unit on his left was driven back he extended his flank 
and caused the enemy enormous casualties, only retiring when both flanks 
were turned. Throughout the clay he showed great initiative and 
courage crossing to and fro over ground swept by heavy fire to encourage 
and cheer his men. 

Macdonald, T. /Lieutenant John. Service Battalion. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

M'Gruer, 2nd Lieutenant Alexander Gruer. Gaz. 17/7/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During a raid on the 
enemy's trenches he formed a line of strong points twenty yards from the 
enemy line and held them until rushed by the enemy at dawn. He con- 
tinued to defend them until practically surrounded, finally withdrawing 
to our own front line. 

MTnnes, Lieutenant John Anderson. 4th Battalion (T.F.). (Attached 1st 

Battalion). Gaz. 2/4/19. 

During the forcing of the Sambre-Oise Canal on 4th November, 1918, 
and subsequently for gallantry and fine leading and patrolling. He 

showed throughout great initiative. On one occasion, the company 
being held up, he patrolled forward with one runner to the northernmost 
houses of Robelmetre, where he captured seventeen prisoners. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

MacDonald, 3/5314 Private J. Gaz. 16/11/17. 
M'Donell, 755 L./Corporal J. Gaz. 16/11/15. 



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M'Intyre, S/25807 L./Corporal J. (Glenelg). Gaz. 3/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He showed the greatest 
coolness throughout a heavy day's fighting when in charge of a Lewis 
Gun Section. When his gun and half his team were buried, he dug them 
out. Finally, when the line withdrew, he remained at his post until the 
enemy were within fifteen yards and then got his gun back to a new 
position. 

Military Medal. 

Macdonald, 6765 Sergeant A. (Inverness). Gaz. 25/5/17; Bar to M.M. 

Gaz. 16/10/17. 
MacDonald, S/22298 Private A. (Govan). Gaz. 19/3/18. 

MacDonald, S/40115 L./Corporal D. (Cawdor). Attached R.E. Gaz. 4/10/18. 
MacDonald, S/21431 Private D. 2nd Battalion. (Inverness). Gaz. 27/1/20. 
M'Donald, 3/5238 Private (L./Corporal) E. 5th Battalion. (Lochmaddy). Gaz. 

13/6/19. 
M'Donald, S/ 43697 Private (L./Corporal) G. G. 10th Battalion. (Glenlochy). 

Gaz. 19/8/19. 
M'Donald, 14247 L./Corporal J. Gaz. 6/7/17; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 17/7/17. 
MacDonald, S/27648 Private (L./Corporal) J. 2nd Battalion. (Shader Barvas). 

(Salonika). Gaz. 11/3/19. 
Macdonald, S/43331 Private (L./Corporal) J. 1st Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 

22/7/19. 
Macdonald, S/26840 L./Corporal J. U. (Inverness). Gaz. 22/2/18. 
M'Donald, S/10392 Private N. 1st Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 22/7/19; Bar to 

M.M. Gaz. 22/7/19. 
Macdonald, 3/5156 Private R. (Lochmaddy). Gaz. 6/8/18. 
M'Donald, S/40136 Private (L./Corporal) W. 1st Battalion. (Kingussie). Gaz. 

13/6/19. 
Maclnnes, S/10495 Corporal (L. /Sergeant) A. (Stornoway). Gaz. 27/6/18. 
Machines, 200244 Sergeant D. 5th Battalion. (Portree, Skye). Gaz. 19/8/19. 
Maclnnes, S/16252 Private J. Gaz. 15/6/17. 

M'Innes, 223230 Private J. 10th Battalion. (Taynuilt). Gaz. 19/8/19. 
Maclsaac, 3/5582 Private N. Gaz. 19/1/17. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Donald, 3/2844 Sergeant A. Gaz. 13/6/16. 
M'Donald, Lieutenant (T./Captain) J. Gaz. 5/6/19. 
MacDonald, T. /Lieutenant J. Gaz. 1/1/16. 
Macdonald, S/22052 Sergeant J. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 9/7/19. 
Macdonald, S/13901 Corporal P. Service Battalion. Gaz. 13/6/16. 
M'Donald, 125756 Private R. C. C. Gaz. 6/7/17. 
Maclntyre, T./Captain D. R. Gaz. 18/12/17. 
M'Intyre, 2nd Lieutenant E. Gaz. 1/1/16. 

Maclntyre, 2nd Lieutenant (T. /Lieutenant) I. C. Special Reserve. Gaz. 18/12/17. 
Maclntyre, 225515 Sergeant J. Gaz. 11/6/18. 

Legion of Honour (French). 
Croix de Chevalier. 
MacDonald, Captain the Hon. Ronald Ian. Special Reserve. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 
MacDonell, 755 Corporal John. Gaz. 1/5/17. 



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Medal of St. George, 1st Class (Russian). 
MTntyre, 8432 Sergeant Archibald. Gaz. 25/8/15. 

THE ROYAL IRISH RIFLES. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M' Donald, 7028 Company Q.M. Sergeant. Gaz. 3/3/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He rescued a wounded 
officer under very heavy fire. Later he led an attack with great gallantry 
and successfully drove back the enemy. 

M'Quiston, 16/141 Rifleman T. 16th Battalion. (Belfast). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty through the concluding 
operation, notably on one occasion when, with a party carrying trench 
mortars under very heavy shell fire, the non-commissioned officer in charge 
was killed. He took charge of the party and carried on the work for four 
hours, until it was completed, showing a fine example to the men under 
most difficult conditions. 

Militar\ Medal. 

M'Connell, 8/13068 Corporal H. (Belfast). Gaz. 19/3/18. 

M'Connell, 14/6158 Private R. (Belfast). Gaz. 30/10/17. 

M'Connell, 14/15374 L. /Corporal S. (Belfast). Gaz. 19/3/18. 

M'Donald, 3/9676 Private J. (Inverness). Gaz. 29/8/18. 

M'Donnell, 8773 Private C. (Dundalk). Gaz. 30/10/17. 

M'llwraith, 8/13154 Corporal J. 15th Battalion. (Belfast). Gaz. 13/6/19. 

M'llwrath, 8848 Private W. Gaz. 21/8/17. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Allister, G/160 Company Sergeant-Major J. Gaz. 31/8/20. 

In recognition of valuable services rendered in India in connection with the 
war. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Darrah, 14/16424 Sergeant E. Gaz. 25/5/17. 

M'Connell, 2nd Lieutenant (T./Captain) A. E. Gaz. 23/1/17. 

Croix de Guerre (Belgian). 

M'Kane, 1514 Rifleman John. 15th Battalion. (Belfast). Gaz. 4/9/19. 
M'Larty, 18216 Rifleman Frank, M.M. 12th Battalion. (Ballycastle, Co. Down). 
Gaz. 4/9/19. 

PRINCESS VICTORIA'S (ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS). 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Donaldson, 9444 Sergeant J. J. (Carlisle). Gaz. 1/5/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During an action he, 
together with an officer and six men, captured a machine gun emplacement 
in the enemy's line, killing eight of the garrison and capturing one officer 
and twenty-two men and two machine guns. Throughout the attack he 
showed exceptional coolness and determination. 



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Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 9944 Sergeant J. J., D.C.M. (Carlisle). Gaz. 25/4/18. 

M'Donald, 5/15831 Private F. Gaz. 26/4/17. 

M'Donald, 22156 Private J. 1st Battalion. (Cambuslang). Gaz. 13/6/19. 

Promotion. 

M'Donnell, Quarter-Master and Major P. To be promoted Lieutenant-Colonel, under 
Articles 33a and 331 Royal Warrant. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

THE CONNAUGHT RANGERS. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, 11996 Private V. Gaz. 19/10/16. 

M'Donnell, 5034 Private M. Service Battalions. Gaz. 11/7/16. 

Cross of Karageorge, ist Class, Gold Star (Serbian). 

M'Donnell, 5034 Private Mark. (Now 43180 Roval Inniskilling Fusiliers). Gaz. 

21/4/17. 
M'Donnell, 4/5223 Private Martin. 5th (now 6th) Battalion. Gaz. 4/5/20. 

PRINCESS LOUISE'S (ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS). 

Victoria Cross. 

Maclntyre, T. /Lieutenant David Lowe. Gaz. 25/10/18. 

For most conspicuous bravery in attack, when, acting as Adjutant of his 
battalion, he was constantly in evidence in the firing line, and by his cool- 
ness under most heavy shell and machine gun fire inspired the confidence 
of all ranks. Three days later he was in command of the firing line 

during an attack, and showed throughout most courageous and skilful 
leading in face of heavy machine gun fire. When barbed wire was en- 
countered he personally reconnoitred it before leading his men forward. 
On one occasion when extra-strong entanglements were reached, he 
organised and took forward a party of men, and under heavy machine 
gun fire supervised the making of gaps. Later, when the greater part of 
our line was definitely held up, Lieutenant Maclntyre rallied a small 
party, pushed forward through the enemy barrage in pursuit of an 
enemy machine gun detachment, and ran them to earth in a " pill box " 
a short distance ahead, killing three and capturing an officer and ten other 
ranks and five machine guns. In this redoubt he and his party raided 
three " pill boxes " and disposed of the occupants, thus enabling the 
battalion to capture the redoubt. When the battalion was ordered to 
take up a defensive position, Lieutenant Maclntyre after he had been 
relieved of the command of the firing line, reconnoitred the right flank 
which was exposed. When doing this, an enemy machine gun opened fire 
close to him. Without any hesitation he rushed it single-handed, put the 
team to flight, and brought in the gun. On returning to the redoubt he 
continued to show splendid spirit while supervising consolidation. The 
success of the advance was largely due to Lieutenant Maclntyre's fine 
leadership and initiative, and his gallantry and leading were an inspiring 
example to all. 



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Distinguished Service Order. 
MacConnell, Major Archibald Laird. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Military Cross. 

MacDonald, 2nd Lieutenant (T. /Lieutenant) Alexander. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

MacDonald, 2nd Lieutenant John. Gaz. 16/10/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty while in command of his 
company in an attack after two of the company officers were killed. 
Though the company had become somewhat disorganised, and the line on 
both flanks retired under heavy fire, although suffering from a gunshot 
wound in the back, he steadied the men and started to dig in where they 
were, and to hold the ground gained. 

M'Donald, 300032 C. Sergeant-Major John, D.C.M. lst/8th Battalion. 
Gaz. 31/12/18. 

M'Intvre, 2nd Lieutenant (T. /Captain) Alexander Cameron. (T.F.). Gaz. 

2/6/16. 

Macintyre, 2nd Lieutenant Robert Cochran. Gaz. 14/12/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty as the sole surviving 
officer of his company during an attack. He was instrumental in the 
capture of a strong point which had held up the company. 

M'Kechnie, 2nd Lieutenant Ernest Alexander. 3rd Battalion. (Attached lst/6th 
Battalion). Gaz. 16/5/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry. When two mines were exploded, wrecking 
the defences, he rescued, assisted by two privates, a N.C.O. after work- 
ing for two hours under heavy shell, trench mortar, and rifle fire. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Alister, 300494 C.S.M. N. 2/8th Battalion. Attached 2nd Battalion. 
(Campbeltown). Gaz. 14/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when the enemy counter- 
attacked our newly-won position near Villers-Guislain on 23rd September, 
1918. Collecting as many men as he could, he rushed the threatened 
point, killing several of the enemy, but was forced to withdraw owing to 
weight of numbers. He and an officer held on to a block, checking the 
enemy by bombing, and he subsequently was the first in a counter-attack 
which drove them out. 

M'Donald, 300362 Sergeant E. (Kintyre). Gaz. 16/11/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led his men for- 
ward through a heavy barrage, and over most difficult ground, to rein- 
force the front line, taking command of two platoons when the officer in 
charge was killed. He went forward alone under fire to reconnoitre the 
route, and then guided the platoons to their position in time to assist 
in repelling an enemy counter-attack. He did excellent work later with a 
party of snipers, and throughout set a splendid example of courage and 
gallantrv. 

M'Donald, 300032 C.S.M. J. (Argyllshire). Gaz. 28/12/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When his company 
was held up by heavy machine gun fire, he displayed great courage and 
coolness in organising scattered parties and leading them forward. His 
disregard of danger and fine example were valuable at a very critical 
period. 



286 

MTnnes, 1819 Corporal C. Gaz. 26/4/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during a raid on the 
enemy's trenches. He led his men in a most gallant manner, held the 
entrance to a large dug-out, and inflicted many casualties on the enemy. 

Macintyre, 868 A./C.S.M. D. F. Gaz. 12/3/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Throughout he has per- 
formed consistent good work and has at all times set a splendid example 
of courage and determination. 

MTntyre, 2608 L. /Corporal J. 9th (The Dumbartonshire) Battalion, T.F. Gaz. 
3/8/15. 

For conspicuous gallantry on the 11th May, 1915, at Hooge. Although 
wounded, Corporal MTntyre continued to lead his company to the fire 
trenches under a very heavy shell fire, and when wounded a second time 
within 50 yards of the trenches he refused any assistance, but continued 
to urge his men forward into the trenches. 

Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 275577 Private F. (Glasgow). Gaz. 6/8/18. 

M'Coll, 300189 L. /Corporal D. (Clonary, by Inveraray). Gaz. 13/3/18. 

M'Donald, 6145 Sergeant A. Gaz. 11/10/16. 

M'Donald, 3/7744 Private A. 3rd Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 13/5/19. 

M'Donald, S/40940 Private E. 10th Battalion. (Paisley). Gaz. 13/5/19. 

M'Donald, S/8852 L. /Corporal G. (Larbert). Gaz. 14/12/17. 

Macdonald, 1292 Corporal J. Gaz. 11/10/16; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 15/6/17. 

M'Donald, 275736 A. /Corporal J. (Falkirk) Gaz.il/12/17. 

Macdonald, 301211 Private J. (Lochgair). Gaz. 29/8/18. 

M'Eachan, 9381 L. /Corporal V. Gaz. 11/10/16. 

M'Geachan, 2946 Private P. Gaz. 19/1/17. 

M'Grory, 278846 Private A. (Paisley). Gaz. 4/10/18. 

M'Innes, 300376 L./ Sergeant C. (Kinlochleven). Gaz. 16/11/17. 

Maclnnes, 300886 Sergeant G. Bar to M.M. Gaz. 6/7/17. 

Maclnnes, 2733 L./Corporal G. Gaz. 19/1/17. 

M'Innes, 202686 Private J. 7th Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 13/5/19. 

MTntyre, S/6694 Sergeant D. (Kerrera). Gaz. 25/1/18. 

MTntyre, 278667 Private J. (Ballachulish). Gaz. 11/12/17. 

Macintyre, S/23623 Private W. 7th Battalion. (Lochearnhead). Gaz. 22/7/19. 

M'Keachan, 301425 Private A. 7th Battalion. (Glasgow). Gaz. 13/5/19. 

M'Kechnie, S/9819 L./Corporal D. (Jamestown). Gaz. 4/10/18. 

M'Rory, 3/5876 Private D. (Killed in Action). Gaz. 19/2/17. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
MTsaac, 300045 C. Q.M.S. J. (Ardrishaig). Gaz. 17/6/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donaldson, Lieutenant W. Gaz. 18/12/17; 28/12/18. 
MacConnell, Captain (T. /Major) A. L. Gaz. 2/1/17. 
Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant (T. /Lieutenant) A. (Adjutant). T.F. Gaz. 13/6/16; 

25/5/17. 



287 

M'Intyre, 2nd Lieutenant (T. /Captain) A. C. (T.F.). Gaz. 13/6/16. 

M' Donald, 498 Coy. Sergeant-Major (Acting Sergeant-Major) J. Gaz. 2/1/17. 

M'Intyre, T. /Captain A. D. Gaz. 11/6/18. 

Medaille d' Honneur avec Glaives (en Bronze) (French). 
M'Donald, 43286 Sergeant Albert. Gaz. 16/3/20. 

THE ROYAL MUNSTER FUSILIERS. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
M'Donald, 2/9630 Colour-Sergeant E. 3rd Battalion. (Dublin). Gaz. 21/2/19. 

THE ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 9353 L. /Corporal C. Special Reserve. (Attached 2nd Battalion). Gaz. 

2/6/16. 
M'Donnell, 19164 Corporal J. 1st Battalion. (Dublin). Gaz. 13/6/19 ; Bar to M.M. 

Gaz. 19/8/19. 

THE RIFLE BRIGADE (THE PRINCE CONSORT'S OWN). 

Military Cross. 

M'Donald, T./2nd Lieutenant Arthur Angus Beaton. Gaz. 5/11/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and initiative in leading his company to the 
objective. There was great confusion owing to units becoming mixed up 
after the capture of a railway cutting. Under heavy fire he reorganised 
the line and inflicted many casualties on the retreating enemy, firing a 
captured machine gun himself. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, S/2051 Private A. 11th Battalion. (Gray's Inn Road). Gaz. 13/6/19. 

Macdonald, Z/846 L. /Corporal P. Gaz. 5/1/17. 

M'Donald, 4209 Corporal S. T. (Sutton Coldfield). Gaz. 2/4/18. 

ARMY CYCLIST CORPS. 

Military Medal. 

Darragh, 1202 L./Corporal J. Gaz. 11/10/16. 

MacDonald, 4804 Private (L./Corporal) A. J. XVII Corps. (S. Hackney). Gaz. 

21/1/19. 
MacDonald, 13958 Private. (A. /Corporal) J. (Golspie). Gaz. 13/6/19. 



288 

MACHINE GUN CORPS. 

Military Cross. 

Donald, T./2nd Lieutenant James. Gaz. 13/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He kept his machine 
guns in action, repelling many attacks until he was surrounded. Later he 
remained behind to cover a retirement, afterwards successfully rejoining the 
other troops. He was in action six days without relief, and his conduct 
throughout was excellent. 

Donaldson, T./Lieutenant John Coote. 2nd Battalion. Gaz. 14/2/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on September 28th, 1918, 
near Rumilly. Hearing that the officer commanding a machine gun section 
which had gone forward with the infantry had been severely wounded, he led 
his section forward under heavy shell fire and took command of the guns at 
both sections. He inflicted heavy losses on the enemy during a counter 
attack and afterwards with two of his guns forced the enemy to retire from 
an orchard. Throughout the operations he showed great initiative and 
resource. 

MacDonnell, Lieutenant Charles Bruce Joy. Gnz. 23/11/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in taking up the guns and a 
large supplv of ammunition, along a road subject to a constant and heavy 
enemy barrage, and unloading nine limbers under fire with the help of three 
men, the only survivors of the party. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Donaldson, 73665 L./ Corporal R. Gaz. 16/11/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Though wounded he kept 
his gun in action for four hours under heavy sniping fire. Though again 
wounded during an enemy counter-attack he kept his gun firing until almost 
surrounded by the enemy. His accurate fire inflicted severe casualties and 
held up the counter-attack for two hours. He set a magnificent example of 
courage and devotion to duty. 

Military Medal. 

Donald, 442058 Corporal (A. /Sergeant) W. Gaz. 9/7/17. 

Donaldson, 1786 Private L. Gaz. 27/7/17. 

Donaldson, 12311 Sergeant T. E. Gaz. 19/1/17. 

Donaldson, 48219 Sergeant (A. /Company Sergeant-Major) W. Gaz. 13/3/19. 

M'Allister, 18207 Corporal J. (Carlisle). Gaz. 16/7/18. 

M'Coll, 19805 Sergeant A. M. Gaz. 10/11/16. 

M' Donald, 39537 Company Q.M. Sergeant J. 2nd Battalion. (Ballycolla). Gaz. 

19/8/19. 
M'Donald, 46934 Corporal T. 35th Battalion. ([E.] Llanhilleth). Gaz. 7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 147944 Private W. H. 21st Battalion. (Poplar). Gaz. 7/2/19. 
MTlwraith, 7337 Sergeant S. (Stranraer). Gaz. 25/9/17. 
MTnnes, 31004 Private J. (Bridgeton). Gaz. 6/8/18. 
Maclntvre, 47411 Sergeant D. (Cathcart). Gaz. 16/7/18. 
M'Intvre, 48225 Sergeant H. 52nd Battalion. (Springburn). Gaz. 10/4/18 ; Bar to 

M.M. Gas. 11/3/19. 
M'Intvre, 30184 Private J. Gaz. 14/11/16. 
M'Kechnie, 85269 Private A. (Bridgend). Gaz. 29/8/18. 
M'Kechnie, 12305 Private C. Gaz. 10/8/16. 
M'Quiston, 43896 Sergeant W. (Ayr). Gas. 19/3/18. 



289 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

MacDonald, 32720 Corporal C. (Balnahanait). Gaz. 3/6/18. 

M'Donald, 49572 Company Sergeant-Major D. F. 74th Battalion. (Beaufort). 

Gaz. 17/1/19. 
Maclntyre, 23357 Sergeant D. 51st Battalion. (Tayvallich). Gaz. 14/10/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Darroch, 56280 Company Sergeant-Major G. Gaz. 11/1/18. 
Donaldson, 58676 Private J. G. Gaz. 11/7/19. 
M'Donald, 56679 Private F. Gaz. 27/11/17. 

Greek Military Cross. 

MacDonald, 32720 Sergeant Christie. 66th Company. (Aberfeldy). Gaz. 18/7/19. 

TANK CORPS. 

Military Cross. 

Macdonald, T. /Lieutenant (A. /Captain) George Ranald. 2nd Tank Supply Co. 
(Attached 4th Tank Brigade). Gaz. 10/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This officer, though 
wounded shortly after zero hour, continued to supervise the carrying up 
of supplies to the battalion with which he was working, in one case re- 
connoitring a village which was still occupied by the enemy. He refused 
to be medically treated until his section was withdrawn. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 301867 Private A. 14th Battalion. (Leith). Gaz. 7/2/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, T. /Lieutenant (A. /Captain) G. R. 2nd Sup. Coy. Gaz. 30/12/18. 
M'Donald, T./Lieutenant (A./Captain) R. A. Gaz. 30/12/18. 

LABOUR CORPS. 

Order of the British Empire. 

M'Donald, T./2nd Lieutenant (Acting Captain) Duncan. Officer of the Military 

Division. Gaz. 31/12/18. 
M'Donald, T. /Major James Ratcliff. Officer of Military Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Military Cross. 

MacDonald, T./2nd Lieutenant Murdo Bayne. Gaz. 22/6/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. While in command of a 
working party he was wounded, but before having his wounds attended to 
he attended to other wounded men and personally supervised their 
evacuation to a dressing station. He himself then proceeded to the dress- 
ing station, where a piece of shell was extracted from his leg. Though 
the Medical Officer wished him to go into hospital, he declined to do so 
and returned to supervise his men at their work. In view of the fact that 
he had been wounded three weeks previously, had remained at duty, and 
that his wound was not healed up when again wounded, his conduct and 
devotion to duty were worthy of the highest praise. 

T 



290 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Allister, 7813 Sergeant A. (Stevenston). Gaz. 31/12/18. 

For gallantry and devotion to duty at Fens, on 22nd March, 1918, in charge 
of section maintaining light railways to and through ammunition dumps. 
He and his section repaired and filled in shell holes under very heavy shell 
fire, thus enabling the supply of ammunition to be maintained. He kept 
his men intact and at work all the time, and by his good example and 
cheerfulness and encouragement kept his men well under control and their 
work was invaluable. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

Donaldson, 37895 Sergeant E. 64th Company. Gaz. 3/6/19. 

M'Donnell, 3601 Company Sergeant-Major J. 7th Company. (Liverpool). Gaz. 
17/1/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

MacDonald, T./2nd Lieutenant (A. /Captain) D. 90th Chinese Coy. Gaz. 30/12/18. 
Macdonald, T./Major H. C. Gaz. 10/7/19. 

MacDonald, 393652 Sergeant (A. /Company Q.M. Sergeant) H. S. Gaz. 11/6/18. 
M'Donald, T./Major J. R. Gaz. 10/7/19. 
M'Donald, 5809 Staff-Sergeant M. Gaz. 5/3/18. 

MacDonald, T. /Lieutenant (A. /Captain) R. 260th Area Employment Company 
(R.E.). Gaz. 10/7/19. 

THE LONDON REGIMENT. 

Order of the British Empire. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant (T./Major) John Robert. Officer of the Military Division. 
17th Battalion. Gaz. 9/12/19. 

Military Cross. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant Andrew Garfield. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

M'Donald, 2nd Lieutenant (T./Captain) Montagu James. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. He rallied his men when suffering 
heavy casualties, and though wounded continued with his company until 
he had reached his objective. He inspired his men by his fine example. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Allister, 514122 Sergeant C. (Port William). Gaz. 12/11/18. 

He commanded his platoon in two attacks on a village, and on both 
occasions he led his men under heavy machine gun fire with gallantry, 
judgment, and determination to their objective. On the second day he 
was severely wounded in the back, but refused to leave his platoon or 
have his wound dressed until the battalion came out of action. His 

example greatly inspired his men. 

MacDonald, 510465 C.S.M. C. I. (Highgate). Gaz. 28/3/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He destroyed an enemy 
machine gun by firing rifle grenades from a sap which was being heavily 
bombed. He afterwards took charge of a Lewis gun, and, mounting it 
in an exposed position, silenced a second enemy machine gun. He set 
an inspiring example of coolness under fire to the men of his command. 



291 

Military Medal. 

Donald, 533270 Corporal A. D. 15th Battalion. (Harringay). Gaz. 11/3/19. 

M'Donald, 681352 Corporal J. W. Gaz. 27/7/17. 

M'Donald, 510361 Corporal T. J. M. (Wood Green). Gaz. 6/8/18. 

M'Intvre, 371164 Private A. T. (Glasgow). Gaz. 11/12/17. 

Maeintyre, 510762 Corporal R. E. (Nunhead). Gaz. 10/9/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Donald, 322139 Sergeant A. Gaz. 10/7/19. 
Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant (T. /Captain) A. G. Gaz. 20/7/17. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant (T. /Major) J. R. 17th Battalion. Gaz. 5/6/19. 
Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant R. Gaz. 13/6/16. 

Order of the Nile (Egypt). 
MacDonald, Lieutenant John Robert. 17th Battalion. Gaz. 13/1/20. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 
M'Donald, 3091 Coy. Sergeant-Major Cecil Innes. Gaz. 1/5/17. 

ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS. 

Order of the British Empire. 

MacDonald, T. /Lieutenant (T. /Major) Ian Thomas Alister. Officer of the Military 
Division. (For services in Mesopotamia). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

MacDonnell, Captain (T. /Major) Alister Maxwell. Officer of the Military Division. 
(For services in the Balkans). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
M'AUister, Major (T. /Lieutenant-Colonel) Edmund Joseph. Gaz. 2/6/16. 

Military Cross. 

Macdonald, Captain (T. /Major) Fergus. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant George Brown. 16th Siege Battery Ammunition Column. 
Gaz. 14/2/19. 

For great gallantry and devotion to duty. On the nights September 

22nd/23rd to 25th/26th, 1918, at Inchy-en-Artois, he succeeded in bringing 
five guns and twelve hundred rounds of ammunition to his battery position 
within 700 yards of the front line under very heavy shell fire. He also 
showed great coolness and disregard of danger on the night of September 
24th/25th, when an ammunition dump was set alight by hostile shell fire 
100 yards from a bridge over which the guns could only be taken and 200 
yards from the lorries loaded with component parts. He immediately 
cleared the latter from the vicinity and brought the guns over the bridge 
one by one before the dump blew up. 



292 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Grory, M2/048022 Driver E. M. T. Section. Gaz. 2/2/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry on 12th July, 1915, in Gallipoli Penninsula. 
Driver M'Grory was knocked off the seat of his motor ambulance with a shell 
and badly wounded but he struggled back to his seat to stop the car, thus 
saving the wounded patient from a serious accident. 

M'Intire, M2/099963 Sergeant A. (Montrose). Attached 214 Siege Battery, 
R.G.A. Gaz. 31/12/18. 

For consistently good and gallant work, and especially for the display of 
great courage and coolness at a critical moment, when delivering 
ammunition near Villers Bretonneux just prior to the attack on 8th August, 
1918. 

Military Medal. 

Donald, T4/057270 Driver S. (Ayr). Gaz. 13/3/18. 

Donaldson, M2/05H07 Corporal R. (Helensburgh). Gaz. 29/8/18. 

M'Coll, M2/047893 Private D. Gaz. Gil 111. 

M'Connell, DM2/172030 Private J. (Belfast). Gaz. 14/9/17. 

M'Donald, M2/055055 Private C. (Arisaig). Gaz. 19/8/19. 

MacDonald, M2/077442 Private J. (Dublin). Gaz. 18/10/18. 

M'Intyre, M2/102930 Private W. Gaz. 26/3/17. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

Donald, R4/067803 Quarter-Master Sergeant A. W. S. K. Squadron. (Upper 

Tooting). Gaz. 21/2/19. 
Donald, MS/1251 Mech./S. Sergeant F. B. ([E.] Seaforth). Gaz. 14/10/19. 
Macdonald, S/20021 Corporal (A. /Sergeant) E. Gaz. 18/10/16. 
MacDonald, S4/ 158840 S. /Sergeant F. (Dublin). Gaz. 30/5/19. 
MacDonald, CMT/2161 Private J. (Glasgow). Gaz. 30/5/19. 
M'Donald, TS/6718 Sadd., S./Sergeant J. D. (Kirkcaldy). Gaz. 30/5/19. 
M'Donald, M/17580 M. S./M. J. M. (Portsmouth). Gaz. 17/6,/ 18. 
MacDonald, S/253599 Sergeant L. A. Gaz. 3/6/18. 
M'Donald, CMT/3211 Sergeant P. 8th Division M. T. Company. (Leith). Gaz. 

30/5/19. 
M'Donald, M2/020985 Private (A. /Corporal) W. 18th Division M.T. Company. 

(Hexham-on-Tyne). Gaz. 17/1/19. 
M'Donnell, T2SR/02235 S./S./M. N. (Fulham). Gaz. 3/6/18. 
M'Innes, M2/031762 Private (A. /Sergeant) C. (Alloa). Gaz. 17/6/18. 
Maclntyre, M2/151081/M.S. /Sergeant M. (Bath). Gaz. 17/6/18. 
M'Kechnie, M/24377 Sergeant (T./Mech./S./M.) H. 318 Company. (Rothesay). 

Gaz. 17/1/19. 

Promotions. 

M'Allister, Major (T. /Lieutenant-Colonel) Edmund Joseph, D.S.O. To be Brevet 
Lieutenant-Colonel. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, T4/160018 Sergeant M. L. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

Donaldson, Lieutenant A. 2nd Can. Div. M.T. Coy. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

M'Allister, Major (T. /Lieutenant-Colonel) Edmund Joseph. D.S.O. Gaz. 16/2/15; 

13/6/16; 29/5/17. 
M'Crory, S/22250 Sergeant J. Gaz. 1/1/16. 



293 

M'Donald, T4/043153 Company Sergeant-Major A. 40th Div. Train. Gaz. 
10/7/19. 

M'Donald, M2/204878 Sergeant A. Attached 8th Can. Sge. By. Gaz. 9/1/20. 

M'Donald, T4/243019 Driver A. Gaz. 9/1/20. 

Macdonald, T./Lieutenant D. R. Gaz. 29/5/17. 

M'Donald, S/20021 Corporal (Acting Sergeant) E. Gaz. 13/6/16. 

Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant (Acting Lieutenant) G. B. Gaz. 21/12/17. 

MacDonald, T4/185839 Sergeant H. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

Macdonald, T. /Captain H. G. F. Gaz. 20/5/18. 

Macdonald, T./Lieutenant (T. /Major) I. T. A. (Local Reserves). Gaz. 5/6/19. 

M'Donald, M2/ 102879 Corporal J. 906th M.T. Company. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

MacDonald, T./Lt. (T. /Captain) J. T. A. Gaz. 27/8/18. 

Macdonald, 322 Sergeant R. (Royal Highland Mounted Brigade). Gaz. 25/9/16. 

M'Donald, T./430 Corporal R. Northumberland Divisional Train. (T.F.). Gaz. 
1/1/16. 

M'Donald, Ml/08436 Private R. Gaz. 1/1/16. 

M'Donald, T./Lieutenant (A./Captain) R. B. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

M'Donald, M2/097839 Private W. A. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

MacDonnell, Captain (T. /Major) A. M. Gaz. 30/1/19; 5/6/19. 

M'Donnell, T2/SR/02235 Staff Sergeant-Major (Acting 1st Class Staff Sergeant- 
Major) N. Gaz. 29/5/17. 

M'Grory, M2/048022 Private (M.T.) E. Gaz. 28/1/16. 

M'Kechnie, M/24377 Corporal (Acting Company Sergeant-Major) H. Gaz. 13/6/16. 

Serbian Silver Medal. 

M'Donald, M2/054503 Corporal Anthony Frederick. 707th Mech. Trans. Coy. 
(Sheffield). Gaz. 24/2/20. 

ARMY MEDICAL SERVICE. 

Order of the Bath. 

Macdonald, Colonel Stuart, C.M.G., M.B. (To be 3rd Class Member, or Com- 
panion). Gaz. 3/6/18. 

Order of St. Michael and St. George. 

MacDonald, Colonel Charles Joseph, M.D. C.M.G. to be additional member of 

3rd class or commander of. Gaz. 28/12/17. 
Macdonald, Colonel Stuart, M.B. 3rd Class. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

Order of the British Empire. 

Donaldson, Captain (A. /Major) Arthur William Hunter. Officer of Military 

Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 
M'Coll, Captain Hugh Ernest, M.B. Officer of the Military Division. (S.R.). 

Gaz. 31/12/18. 
Macdonald, Captain Angus G., M.D. Officer of the Military Division. Gaz, 

30/5/19. 
MacDonald, T. /Captain Francis Caven, M.B. Officer of Military Division. Gaz. 

30/5/19. 
MacDonald, T. /Captain Ronald, M.D. Officer of the Military Division. (For 

valuable services in Egypt). Gaz. 30/5/19. 



294 
Distinguished Service Order. 

M'Donnell, Major (T./ Lieutenant-Colonel) Edmond, M.B. Gaz. 1/1/17. 

Macintyre, T./Captain (A. /Major) Hugh Ross, M.C., M.D. (Attached 69th Field 
Ambulance). (Italy). Gaz. 31/1/19. . . 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during operations on the 
Piave between October 27th and 29th, 1918, especially on the morning of 
the 27th when in charge of stretcher-bearers. He crossed to the right 
bank of the Piave immediately behind the infantry under very heavy fire 
and supervised the collection and evacuation of the wounded under great 
difficulties, having to ford the river several times. He set a very fine 

example to all under him by his untiring energy and total disregard for 
his own safety. 

M'Larty, T./Captain Gordon Archibald, M.B. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Military Cross. 

Donald, T./Captain Douglas Allan, M.B. Gaz. 20/10/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during operations. When 
a dug-out was hit by a gas shell he twice entered and removed two 
wounded men under very dangerous conditions. He had previously been 
working continuously for 48 hours removing the wounded from aid posts. 

Donald, T./Captain Robert, M.D. (Attached 35th Field Ambulance). Gaz. 

14/2/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on September 27th, 1918, 
during the advance on Epinoy. He dressed cases in the open all day 
under fire and established a chain of aid posts as the infantry advanced. 
It was solely due to his unflagging zeal, his initiative and absolute dis- 
regard for personal safety that a most difficult front line evacuation was 
carried out with the utmost rapidity. 

Donald, Captain William, M.B. Special Reserve. Gaz. 28/12/17. 
BartoM.C. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during operations against 
Sugar Loaf and Thetassel on 18th and 19th September, 1918. He went 
fearlessly forward under the heaviest fire to rescue wounded lying in 
front of the enemy's positions. By his courage he set the finest example 
to his stretcher-bearers, and was instrumental in saving many lives. He 
worked unceasingly for three days, and refused to rest until all wounded 
had been brought in. 

M'Connell, Captain Albert Edward Peel. Gaz. 16/10/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in charge of the 
evacuation of the wounded. Though heavily shelled, he kept his line 
perfectly clear. He superintended the evacuation personally, working for 
forty-five hours without ceasing under the most difficult and dangerous 
conditions, and by his example encouraged the men under him in every 
possible way. Later he took two stretcher squads to the relief of batteries 
which were being heavily shelled. 

M'Connell, T./Captain William. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Macdonald, Captain Alistair Cameron. Special Reserve. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Macdonald, Captain Donald Christopher, M.B. Special Reserve. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

MacDonald, T./Captain Malcolm Angus. Gaz. 2/6/16. 

MacDonald, T. /Lieutenant Walter George, M.B. Gaz. 22/12/16. 



295 

Macdonald, T. /Captain William James, M.B. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

M'Donnell, T. /Captain James. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When the village was 
being shelled, a number of men were buried and badly wounded. He 
superintended a party and worked for three-quarters of an hour, and 
succeeded in rescuing them. This task was carried out under continuous 
shelling. 

M'Donnell, T. /Captain Randal Vivian. (Attached Bedford Regiment). Gaz. 

17/7/17. 

For conspicuous bravery and devotion. For over 48 hours he attended 
more than 200 wounded, many having to be dressed in the open under 
heavy fire. His total disregard of personal danger was beyond praise. 

Maclntyre, T. /Captain Donald, M.B. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

Macintyre, T. /Captain Hugh Ross, M.D. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in command of a 
bearer party. He led his men repeatedly through heavy hostile barrage 
until all the wounded had been carried into safety. He was fearless in 
the place of danger, and by his coolness and courage he showed a splendid 
example to his men. 
Bar. to M.C. Gaz. 26/10/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When in charge of the 
evacuation of the wounded he, from time to time, led his stretcher-bearers 
and cleared the wounded although exposed to fire from snipers. He worked 
untiringly and incessantly for three days without sleep, and it was due very 
greatly to his efforts that the Regimental Aid Posts were kept clear of the 
wounded, and cases quickly evacuated to the advanced dressing station. 
He is fearless in the face of danger and by his splendid courage and 
example he inspired confidence in his men. 

Macintyre, T./Lieutenant John, M.B. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He tended and dressed 
the wounded under heavy fire with great courage and determination, him- 
self being four times buried by shells. 

M'Intyre, T. /Captain William Keverall. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Ronaldson, Captain (A. /Major) John Gray, M.B. Special Reserve, Attached No. 14 
Field Ambulance. Gaz. 18/1/18. 
Bar to M.C. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in the operations near 
Cambrai from 18th to 30th September, 1918. He was in charge of the 
bearers clearing the divisional front, and during the whole period he was 
living under heavy shell fire including gas. Through casualties to M.O.'s, 
he had only one officer left to help him, but by constantly visiting the front 
posts he cleared all the casualties and his cheerfulness kept up the spirits 
of the bearers. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Donald, 316293 Private W. S. (Golspie, Sutherlandshire). Gaz. 19/10/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He carried the wounded 
for twenty hours at a stretch without any rest and volunteered to act as 
Regimental Stretcher-bearer for a medical officer who had lost half of his 
men through wounds. Most of his work was done over ground that was 
both shelled and swept by rifle fire and machine gun fire. Throughout the 
day he showed a most admirable spirit and cheerfulness under trying 
circumstances. 



296 

Military Medal. 

Donald, 316248 Private J. Gaz. 16/10/17. 

Donald, 57417 Sergeant J. M'L. Gaz. 14/11/16; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 22/2/18. 

Donald, 303124 Private (A. /L./ Corporal) T. 2nd Field Ambulance. (Aberdeen). 

Gaz. 22/7/19. 
M'Connell, 1703 Private H. 2nd Field Ambulance. (Jarrow-on-Tyne). Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
MacDonald, 1917 L. /Corporal (Acting Corporal) A. Gaz. 8/12/16. 
MacDonald, 43663 Private A. Gaz. 27/7/17. 
MacDonald, 352252 Private G. (Burnley). Gaz. 16/7/18. 
M'Donald, 3135 Private (A. /Sergeant) H. (Glasgow). Gaz. 25/1/18. 
MacDonald, 1569 Private J. Gaz. 1/9/16. 
M'Donald, 3580 Private R. (Glasgow). Gaz. 12/6/18. 
M'Donald, 301357 Prviate V. (Aberdeen). Gaz. 29/8/18. 

M'Donnell, 32266 Private A. M. Gaz. 19/12/16; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 16/10/17. 
M'Donnell, 16102 Private N. Gaz. 21/10/161 

M'Innes, 39373 Private J. M. 1st Field Ambulance. (Kelso). Gaz. 13/6/19. 
M'Kechnie, 35258 S./Sergeant D. Gaz. 8/12/16. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

MacDonald, 318002 Quarter-Master Sergeant D. l/2nd Lowland Field Ambulance. 
(Dennistoun). Gaz. 17/1/19. 

Brought to Notice of Secretary of State for War. 

Macdonald, T. /Captain A. T. I., M.D. Valuable services whilst prisoner of war 

or interned. Gaz. 27/1/20. 
M'Intyre, T./Captain (A. /Major) H. For valuable services. Gaz. 9/1/20. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, Lieutenant-Colonel D. Gaz. 28/5/18. 

Donald, 316293 Private W. S. Gaz. 11/1/18. 

Donaldson, Lieutenant-Colonel A. S., D.S.O. 3rd Field Ambulance. Gaz. 31/12/18. 

Donaldson, T./Captain (A. /Major) A. W. H., M.B. Gaz. 10/7/19. 

Donaldson, 45324 Staff Sergeant J. G. Gaz. 21/12/17. 

Donaldson, T./Captain M., M.B., F.R.C.S. Gaz. 1/1/16. 

Donaldson, 60541 Private (A. /L. /Corporal) T. B. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

M'Allister-Hewlings, Major W. F. Headquarters Staff. Gaz. 21/12./17. 

Macdonald, 96a Private (Acting- Sergeant) A. 3rd Scottish Horse. General 

Hospital. Gaz. 11/7/16. 
MacDonald, Captain A. C. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

M'Donald, Captain (A./Major) C. E. W. (T.F.). Gaz. 9/1/20. 
Macdonald, Colonel C. J., M.D. G.H.Q. Staff. Gaz. 13/6/16; 6/7/17; 12/1/18. 
Macdonald, Captain D. C, M.B. Special Reserve. Gaz. 13/6/16; 21/12/17; 

10/7/19. 
Macdonald, T./Captain F. C. Gaz. 21/12/17 ; 10/7/19. 
Macdonald, 2106 S./Sergeant (A./Sergeant-Major) J. Gaz. 13/3/19. 
M'Donald, 308039 Private J. G. 1st Scottish General Hospital (T.F.). Gaz. 

9/1/20. 
Macdonald, T./Captain M. A., M.B. Gaz. 11/7/16. 
MacDonald, T./Captain N., M.D. (Lieutenant, Can. A.M.C.). Gaz. 29/5/17. 



297 

Macdonald, T. /Captain R., M.D. Gas. 5/6/19. „.,,.. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant-Colonel R. H., M.C. 4th Field Ambulance. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

Macdonald, Captain R. W., M.B. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

MacDonald, T./Captain S. F., M.B. Gaz. 1/1/16. 

Macdonald, Colonel Stuart, C.B., C.M.G., M.B. (Headquarters Staff). Gaz. 

16/2/15; 17/2/15; 31/12/15; 1/1/16; 2/1/17 ; 21/12/17 ; 25/5/18. 
Macdonald, T. /Lieutenant W. Gaz. 28/1/16. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant W. G., M.B. Gaz. 19/10/16. 
MacDonald, 9114 S./Sergeant W. J. 71st Dental Unit. Gaz. 22/1/19. 
M'Donnell, Major (T. /Lieutenant-Colonel) E., M.B. Gaz. 5/11/15; 1/12/16; 

10/7/19. 
M'Donnell, T./Captain J., M.C. No. 10 Convalescent Depot. Gaz. 30/12/18. 
M'Entire, Major J. T., M.B. Gaz. 8/12/14; 1/1/16. 
Maclnnes, Captain N., M.B. Gaz. 11/1/18. 
MTnnis, 150 Private (Acting Corporal) A. P. Lowland Field Ambulance. Gas. 

11/7/16. 
Macintyre, T./Captain A. Gaz. 21/12/17. 
Maclntyre, T./Captain D. Gaz. 21/12/17 ; 5/3/18. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 

Donald, Captain William, M.C, M.B. Gas. 16/3/20. 
Macdonald, Colonel Stuart. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

Military Cross 2nd Class (Hellenes). 
M'Intyre, T./Captain William Keverall, M.C, M.B. Gaz. 19/8/19. 

Italian Bronze Medal. 
M'Connell, Captain (Acting Major) Albert Edward Peel, M.C Gas. 26/11/18. 

Cross of Karageorge, 1st Class, Gold Star (Serbian). 
M'Innes, 150 Private Alexander Prentice. (With Swords). Gas. 15/2/17. 



ROYAL ARMY ORDNANCE CORPS. 

Order of the British Empire. 

MacDonald, T. /Lieutenant Ewen William Charles. Member of the Military 

Division. Gas. 30/5/19. 
M'Donald, Captain James. Member of the Military Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Maclnnes, 898 Armt. Staff-Sergeant J. Gaz. 26/3/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He displayed great 
courage and coolness in repairing a damaged gun under very heavy hostile 
fire. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

Donaldson, S/7287 Private (A./Condr.) E. R. Gaz. 30/5/19. 



298 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Coll, 1568 Armt. Staff-Sergeant A. C. Gaz. 6/7/17. 

M' Donald, Asst. Commy. of Ord. and Hon. Lt. (T./Dep. Commy. of Ord. and 
Hon. Captain) A. E. Gaz. 5/12/16; 20/7/17; 7/8/17. 

To be granted the next higher rate of pay under the provisions of the Royal 

Warrant for pay. 
Macdonald, A.C.O. and Lieutenant B. G. Gaz. 13/7/20. 
M'Donald, S/5830 Sergeant (T./S. /Sergeant) J. T. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

ROYAL ARMY VETERINARY CORPS. 

Order of the British Empire. 

MacDonald, Major Duncan. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

M'Intyre, Captain (T. /Major) Peter. Officer of the Military Division. (T.F.). 
(For valuable services in Egypt). Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, Major D. Gaz. 13/6/16; 15/5/17 ; 20/12/18; 5/7/19. 
Macdonald, T./Captain J. F. Gaz. 21/12/17; 10/7/19. 

ARMY CHAPLAIN'S DEPARTMENT. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Connell, Rev. W. J., T. /Chaplain to the Forces, 4th Class. Gaz. 2/1/17; 

21/12/17. 
MacDonald, Rev. J. N., T./Chaplain 4th Class. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

CORPS OF MILITARY POLICE. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, P/1392 Private (L. /Corporal) H. B. (Inverfarigaig). Gaz. 30/5/19. 
MacDonald, 765 L./Corporal (A./Sergeant) W. (Llanelly). Gaz. 28/1/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
MacDonald, 765 L./Corporal (Acting Sergeant) W. (Mounted). Gaz. 29/5/17. 

GYMNASIA. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Donald, Sergeant (A./C.S.M. Instructor) D. Gaz. 10/7/19. 

MILITARY STAFF CLERKS. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Donald, 9126 Sergeant W. H. Gaz. 3/8/20. 



299 
TERRITORIAL FORCE RESERVE. 

Order of the British Empire. 

MacDonald, Captain Allen Fraser. Member of the Military Division. Gaz. 
30/5/19. 

Special List. 

Order of St. Michael and St. George. 

MacDonell, Local-Colonel Edgar Errol Napier. To be Member of Third Class or 
Companion. Gaz. 26/7/18. 

Order of the British Empire. 

M'Kechnie, T. /Captain George. Member of the Military Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 
Donald, Captain William Hamish. Officer of Military Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
MacDonald, Captain J. D. (Died of Wounds). Gaz. 2/1/17. 

Military Order of Aviz (Portuguese). 
MacDonell, T./Major Edgar Errol Napier. Gaz. 13/1/20. 

General List. 
Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Donald, M/17580 Mech. Sergeant-Major J. M. Gaz. 2/1/17. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 
M'Innes, Lieutenant Colin Stewart. Gaz. 19/11/18. 



300 



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AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE. 

GENERAL STAFF. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Coll, Major J. T., M.C. Gaz. 22/6/15; 31/12/15; 1/1/16; 5/12/16; 20/7/17. 

CAVALRY. 

Military Cross. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant Arthur Ian. Gaz. 20/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in charge of a special 
mission. He showed great ability and coolness in extricating his party 
when a superior force of the enemy tried to cut him off, and brought back 
his party complete. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant John Malcolm. 9th Australian Light Horse Regiment. 

(Egypt). Gaz. 7/3./19. 

On the 20th September, 1918, when the brigade was advancing from Lejjun 
to Jenin, a number of the enemy were observed in bivouac in a wood. He, 
with two troops, galloped round to the rear of the enemy, and with the 
sword drove them out into the open, where the entire force, numbering 
1800 men, 200 mules, 200 horses, and a number of donkeys surrendered. 
He showed great dash and initiative, and set a fine example to his men. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

MacDonald, 19 Corporal J. M. Gaz. 2/6/16 

For conspicuous gallantry on several occasions, notably when he dressed 
wounded men during a heavy bombardment. He has been twice wounded 
while carrying out his duties. 

Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 3283 Trooper A. 14th Australian L.H.R. (Egypt). Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Innes, 1176 L. /Corporal A. 13th Australian Light Horse Regiment. Gaz. 

13/6/19. 
M'Innes, 1642 Trooper A. Gaz. 29/8/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Donald, 2nd Lieutenant J. M. 9th Light Horse Regiment. Gaz. 28/1/16. 
MacDonald, 19 Corporal J. M. 2nd Light Horse Regiment. Gaz. 11/7/16. 
M'Innes, 547 Sergeant H. J. Light Horse Regiment. Gaz. 14/6/18. 



301 
ARTILLERY. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
M' Donald, Major George St. John Fancourt. Gaz. 1/1/17. 

Military Cross. 
Macallister, Lieutenant Andrew Gardiner. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Donald, 1455 Sergeant-Major A. E. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in action. When the 
battery was being heavily shelled, he was, although suffering from shell 
shock, continually in the open, passing- orders, and by his courage and 
splendid example under heavy shell fire, greatly encouraged the men 
working at the guns. 

M'Entvre, 3412 B. Sergeant-Major K. W. C. 3rd A. Brigade. Ammunition 
Column. Gaz. 31/12/18. 

For marked and consistent gallantry, ability, and devotion to duty during 
the period 25th February, 1918, to 16th September, 1918. In handling 
the supply of ammunition he has behaved in a most exemplary manner. 
His courage and cool determination in overcoming obstacles in the course 
of carrying out his duties under heavy shell fire have always set a most 
excellent example to the men under his charge. 

Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 36900 Gunner R. B. Gaz. 13/6/19. 
M'Donald, 10279 Gunner K. B. Gaz. 30/10/17. 
M'Donald, 4503 Gunner W. Gaz. 14/8/17. 
M'Intvre, 1077 Bombardier C. J. Gaz. 25/9/17. 
M'Intyre, 1262 Corporal G. F. Gaz. 16/7/18. 
M'Larty, 1857 Sergeant H. R. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Donald, 1455 Battery Sergeant-Major A. E. Gaz. 21/12/17. 
MacDonald, 4620 Driver C. 2nd Battery, 1st Brigade. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

ENGINEERS. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Donaldson, Major Robert Johnstone. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

Military Cross. 
Donaldson, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) George Frederick Seyler. Gaz. 3/6/19. 



302 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Donaldson, 1186 Sapper R. C. Gaz. 22/9/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry during operations. Sappers Donaldson and 
Lane repeatedly passed through the enemy's heavy barrages in order to 
lay and repair cables, thus maintaining communication at a very important 
period. 

M' Donald, 16085 Squadron Sergeant-Major L. W. 1st Field Squadron. Gaz. 
31/12/18. 

For general good service. He has given very considerable assistance 
both as Quarter-Master Sergeant and Squadron Sergeant-Major. He 

has shown exceptional energy in assisting to keep up the standard of 
efficiency of the squadron in spite of the large number of untrained sappers 
and drivers sent to this unit. He handles the men tactfully and well, and 
the discipline of the unit is due very largely to his energy. 

Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 1697 Sapper D. Gaz. 11/12/17. 
M'Donald, 517 Sapper E. A. Gaz. 14/12/17. 
M'Donald, 10318 T./2nd Corporal E. M. Gaz. 1/2/18. 
M'Donald, 6149 Sapper (L./Corporal) G. L. V. Gaz. 11/1/18. 
M'Donald, 3852 2nd Corporal W. A. 15th Field Cov. Gaz. 13/6/19. 
M'Donald, 640 Corporal W. J. Gaz. 1/2/18. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, 7711 L./Corporal G. D. Gaz. 19/9/19. 
M'Donald, 91 Coy. Sergeant-Major M. Gaz. 17/6/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donaldson, Leutenant G. F. S. H.Q. 4th Division. Gaz. 31/12/18. 
Donaldson, Major R. J., D.S.O. 11th Field Company. Gaz. 28/5/18; 11/7/19. 



ARMY POSTAL CORPS. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
MacDonald, 37 Sergeant B. Attached H.Q. 4th Australian Division. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

INFANTRY. 

Order of the British Empire. 

M'Coll, Major (T. /Lieutenant-Colonel) John Thomas, M.C. Officer of the Military 
Division. Gaz. 31/12/18. 



303 

Distinguished Service Order. 

M'Donald, Major John Hinwood, M.C. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

On the 31st August, 1918, during- the attack on Mont St. Quentin, he 
advanced alone against an enemy machine gun nest, silencing two guns 
which were causing casualties and capturing the crews. On arrival at the 
objective, he rapidly reorganised and consolidated, reconnoitring the whole 
battalion front under heavy fire. Later he personally directed a withdrawal 
in a most skilful manner and under very severe enemy fire, establishing 
himself in an admirable position with few casualties. Throughout he 
showed conspicuous gallantry and powers of leadership. 

Military Cross. 

Donald, Lieutenant William. 16th Battalion. Gaz. 14/2/19. 

For gallant conduct and devotion to duty as signal officer during an 
attack made on Le Vergieur, North West of St. Quentin, on September 
18th, 1918. On hearing that an important line had been cut, he went 
with a runner to the scene of the trouble and repaired the line. This 
necessitated him going through an enemy barrage and guiding his way in 
unknown country in pitch black darkness. 

Donaldson, Lieutenant George Shirley. Gaz. 24/9/18 

M'Coll, Captain John Thomas. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant Cecil Jack. Gaz. 20/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This officer led the 
platoon of which he was in command in an operation against the enemy's 
position, with great gallantry and skill, capturing his objective and holding 
it against five counter attacks. When the officer commanding the other 
attacking platoon was wounded, he took command of both platoons and 
organised the defence. It was mainly owing to his courage and determined 
leadership that the position was held against all the attacks of the enemy. 

M'Donald, Captain John Hinwood. Gaz. 15/6/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led his company in 
the most gallant manner and was largely responsible for the success of the 
operation. He set a fine example to his men. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant John Wilson. Gaz. 17/4/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during a raid on the 
enemy's trenches. In spite of intense fire he made repeated attempts to 
enter the enemy's trenches and at last succeeded in forcing an entry at 
another point. He had previously done fine work. 

M'Donald, Captain Keith Gordon. Gaz. 25/5/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. On his own initiative he 
attacked and captured a farm which had been taken by the enemy, thereby 
saving a critical situation. He has on many previous occasions done fine 
work. 
M' Intyre, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) Gilbert Langdon. 40th Battalion. Gaz. 31/1/19. 
For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty at Clery on 29th/30th 
August, 1918. His company met with stiff opposition, several strong points 
were rushed, garrisons and machine guns being captured. Out of the 
main post the assaulting troops captured the Commandant of Clery with 
59 prisoners and two machine guns. He was always in the thick of the 
fighting. 



304 

M'Intyre, Lieutenant John. Gaz. 24/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. He led a successful raid on the 
enemy with great courage and skill, capturing two prisoners. 

M'Intyre, Captain Kenneth Malcolm Grant. 28th Battalion. Gaz. 7/3/19. 

He showed great dash and fearlessness during the attack on the Beaurevoir 
Line on the 3rd October, 1918. A strong point containing three machine 
guns and crews offered a stubborn resistance, and without hesitation he 
rushed it, and with his revolver killed two enemy officers and forced the re- 
maining garrison to surrender. 

M'Intyre, Quarter-Master and Hon. Captain Sidney Lewis. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'AUister, 5151 Corporal C. Gaz. 29/10/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in an attack. He led his 
men with great dash and kept touch with the flank company, filling up gaps 
which several times formed in the line. During consolidation when a 
strong enemy party were seen working forward to a post in front of the 
line, he led an attack against them dispersing the party and inflicting many 
casualties. His coolness and courage were an example to all about him. 

M'Coll, 1153 Company Sergeant-Major (T./R.S.M.) T. H., M.M. 2nd Battalion. 
Gaz. 2/9/18. 

For consistently good work and devotion to duty from 25th February to 
16th September, 1918. As C.S.M. and R.S.M. he has performed his duties 
in a most capable manner. He is a keen soldier and a good disciplinarian. 
In action his conduct is of the highest order and his example is a fine 
incentive to the men of the Battalion. 

M'Connell, 886 Sergeant (T./C.S.M.) J., M.M. 29th Battalion. Gaz. 3/12/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When the platoon com- 
mander was badly wounded, he took command, although wounded himself, 
and handled the men with skill in a difficult situation. On being checked 
by machine gun fire from a flank, he personally went out to the flank with 
a machine gun, and by his fire drove the enemy back. He showed coolness 
and judgment throughout, and kept his men on the move forward. 

M'Crory, 3204 Private R. F. 56th Battalion. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and consistent devotion to duty. He has been 
a stretcher-bearer with the battalion since its arrival in France. On the 1st 
October, 1918, he carried wounded from the open into the Hindenburg line 
under very heavy shell fire. Later he worked continuously attending the 
wounded at great personal risk. 

M'Donald, 1592 Sergeant A. 17th Battalion. Gaz. 2/9/18. 

In all operations since February, 1918, he has displayed marked gallantry 
and untiring devotion to duty. He has most ably assisted the Lewis gun 
Officer in the placing of the guns in the front line under very trying con- 
ditions. He has been largely instrumental, by his constant supervision, 
in the placing of guns, and the greatest possible effect being obtained with 
a minimum of loss. 
M'Donald, 940 Sergeant F. Gaz. 22/9/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in repulsing an enemy attack when, his officer 
being wounded, he had assumed command of the platoon. He showed 
great bravery and fine powers of leadership, under heavy fire, in organis- 
ing a counter-attack and in consolidating the position gained. 



305 

MacDonald, 3573 T./Corporal F. Gaz. 26/4/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Although slightly 

wounded, he volunteered to accompany an officer on patrol. Later, 

although himself wounded a second time, he assisted in rescuing a 
wounded comrade. 

M'Donald, 2178 Sergeant J. M. 9th Battalion. Gaz. 2/9/18. 

From 25th February to 16th September, 1918, as battalion pioneer Sergeant 
he has displayed great courage and devotion to duty. During operations 
with the battalion he has been responsible for the delivery of ammunition 
to the front line and his untiring efforts in this connection have at times 
kept the outposts supplied at a critical time. On several occasions he 
organised carrying parties and voluntarily led them to the front line through 
heavy artillery barrages, and when stretcher-bearers were urgently required 
acted in this capacity on return journeys. 

M'Donald, 2850 L. /Corporal J. W. Gaz. 23/11/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in charge of a Lewis 
Gun Section during an attack. He was wounded three times before the 
second objective was reached, but he kept his gun in action until wounded 
again and got it to the final objective when all the other teams had become 
casualties. He showed great courage and determination. 

M'Donald, 6602 Corporal T. W. 50th Battalion. Gaz. 3/12/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This N.C.O. led a fight- 
ing patrol under heavy fire and captured a hostile gun against heavy odds. 
The enemy then attempted to surround his party, but taking the attack in 
flank he captured fourteen prisoners and two machine guns. His determina- 
tion led to this success. 

M'Donald, 1157 Private V. G. R. 10th Battalion. Gaz. 2/6/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry. He threw his greatcoat over a bomb and 
held it down till the bomb exploded, thereby probably saving several 
casualties. 

M'Intyre, 3522 L. /Corporal T. 26th Battalion. Gaz. 14/2/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during the attack east of 
Mont St. Quentin on the 2nd September, 1918, when he rushed a hostile 
machine gun, killing two of the crew. In the advance he followed the 
remainder of the crew, and so distracted the attention of the enemy that 
the rest of his party gained their final objective without serious opposition. 

Military Medal. 

M'Alister, 5872 Private A. H. Gaz. 13/6/19. 
M'Alister, 2177 Private D. Gaz. 17/7/17. 

M'Alister, 1695 Private F. 55th Australian Infantry Battalion. Gaz. 13/5/19 
M'Coll, 171a Private N. S. Gaz. 11/1/18. 
M'Coll, 223 Private R. S. Gaz. 21/9/16. 

M'Connell, 4592 Private E. 57th Australian Infantry Battalion. Gaz. 19/8/19. 
M'Connell, 1962 Private H. J. Gaz. 16/7/18. 
M'Donald, 2391 Corporal A. H. Gaz. 11/12/17. 
M'Donald, 7048 L. /Corporal A .L. Gaz. 18/10/18. 

M'Donald, 297 Private (L./Corporal) A. P. 29th Battalion. Gaz. 11/12/18. 
M'Donald, 6800 Private D. 3rd Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 

M'Donald, 5854 Corporal (T./Sergeant) D. G. 23rd Australian Infantry Bat- 

talion. Gaz. 13/6/19. 



306 

M'Donald, Private D. H. Gaz. 10/9/18. 

MacDonald, 27G Sergeant F. Gaz. 11/5/17. 

M'Donald, 53 T./Corporal F. Gaz. 1/2/18. 

M'Donald, 2958 L. /Corporal F. E. 45th Australian Infantry Battalion. Gaz. 

13/6/19. 
M'Donald, 3288 Private H. 48th Australian Infantry Battalion. Gaz. 13/6/19. 
M'Donald, 1417 Sergeant J. Gaz. 1/2/18. 
M'Donald, 1565 Corporal J. Gaz. 15/6/17. 
MacDonald, 4857 Private J. B. 29th Australian Infantry Battalion. Gaz. 

13/5/19. 
M'Donald, 67 L. /Corporal J. R. Gaz. 16/7/18. 
M'Donald, 4542 Private P. A. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

M'Donald, 5395 Corporal R. 22nd Australian Infantry Battalion. Gaz. 13/6/19. 
M'Donald, 1866 Corporal V. H. 34th Australian Infantry Battalion. Gaz. 

19/8/19. 
M'Donald, 1188A Private W. 55th Australian Infantry Battalion. Gaz. 13/5/19. 
M'Donald, 2134 Private W. Gaz. 1/2/18. 
M'Donald, 5294 Private W. F. Gaz. 11/12/17. 
M'Donald, 2787 Sergeant W. J. Gas. 14/8/17. 
M'Donald, 5717 Corporal W. M'R. 13th Australian Infantry Battalion. Gaz. 

13/6/19. 
M'Donnell, 764 Private C. W. Gaz. 21/8/17. 
M'Donnell, 5114 L./Corporal J. Gaz. 25/1/18. 
M'Donnell, 3190 Private W. P. Gaz. 21/9/16. 
M'Innes, 1725 Corporal A. A. Gaz. 11/12/17. 
M'Innes, 4796 Private (Lance-Corporal) A. J. 17th Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19; 

Bar to M.M. Gaz. 13/6/19. 
M'Innes, 4709 Private G. L. N. 18th Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 
M'Innes, 2627 Sergeant G. S. Gaz. 12/11/18. 

M'Innes, 3188 Private J. A. 55th Australian Infantry Battalion. Gaz. 13/5/19. 
M'Innes, 343 Sergeant (now Coy. Sergeant-Major) J. M. Gas. 25/9/17; Bar to 

M.M. Gaz. 22/2/18. 
M'Intyre, 2425 Private G. 18th Australian Infantry Battalion. Gaz. 13/6/19. 
M'Intyre, 132913 Corporal (L. /Sergeant) J. H. Gaz. 26/3/17. 
M'Intvre, 927 Private (T./Corporal) L. M. 33rd Australian Infantry Battalion. 

Gaz. 13/5/19. 
M'Intyre, 5725 Private (L./Corporal) N. A. R. 7th Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 
M'Intvre 4454 Private R. P. 23rd Australian Infantry Battalion. Gaz. 13/6/19. 
M'Intyre, 5724 Sergeant R. W. Gaz. 29/8/18. 
M'Intyre, 2854 Sergeant W. A. Gaz. 22/2/18. 
M'Kane, 2702 Private W. Gaz. 6/8/18. 
MacKeane, 2174 Private W. Gaz. 17/7/17. 
M'Lartv, 5416 Private A. J. Gaz. 18/10/18. 
M'Larty, 467 Sergeant D. R. Gaz. 25/1/18. 



Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, 4552 Private (L./Corporal) G. M. 12th Brigade. Gaz. 30/5/19. 
M'Donald, 948 Private (L./Corporal) J. A. Gaz. 17/6/18. 
M'Intyre, 2426 C.Q.M.S. T. Gaz. 17/6/18. 



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Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donaldson, Lieutenant K. R. Gaz. 31/12/18. 

Macalister, 808 Corporal J. G. Gaz. 3/8/15. 

M'Donald, 2406 Private A. 57th Battalion. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

MacDonald, 2652 Sergeant D. 12th Battalion. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

Macdonald, 1221 Sergeant D. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

M'Donald, 940 Coy. Sergeant-Major F. Gaz. 25/12/17. 

M'Donald, Major G. E. 3rd Battalion. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant H. N. R. 39th Battalion. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

M'Donald, 2952 C.Q.M.S. J. 13th Battalion. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

M'Donald, Major J. H., D.S.O., M.C. 20th Battalion. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

M'Donald, 2178 Sergeant J. M. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

M'Donald, 760 Sergeant M. (now 2nd Lieutenant). Gaz. 25/12/17. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant S. R. Gaz. 28/5/18. 

M'Donald, 1157 Private T. 10th Battalion. (South Australia). Gaz. 28/1/16. 

M'Donald, 1157 Private V. G. R. 10th Battalion. (South Australia). Gaz 

24/3/16; 11/7/16. 
M'Donald, Captain W. H. L. 21st Battalion. (Attached 57th Battalion). Gaz 

11/7/19. 
M'Donald, Lieutenant W. T. 4th Battalion. (N.S.W.). Gaz. 28/1/16. 
M'Donell, 4256 Private (T./Company Sergeant-Major) G. B. Gaz. 16/1/18. 
M'Donnell, 764 Private C. W. 5th Battalion. (Victoria). Gaz. 5/11/15. 
M'Intyre, Quarter-Master and Hon. Captain S. L. Gaz. 25/12/17. 

Croix de Guerre (Belgian). 

M'Donald, 345 Private Albert Ronald. Gaz. 4/4/19. 
M'Donald, 659 Sergeant Arnold Henry. Gaz. 12/7/18. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 

M'Coll, Lieutenant-Colonel John Thomas, O.B.E., M.C. Gaz. 11/7/19. 
M'Donald, 2406 Private Alexander. 57th Battalion. Gaz. 4/4/19. 

Italian Bronze Medal. 
Macdonald, 760 Sergeant Mack. Gaz. 25/5/17. 

PIONEERS. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 3375 Private C. V. Gaz. 1/2/18. 

M'Donald, 1897 Private D. 4th Australian Pioneer Battalion. Gaz. 13/6/19. 

MACHINE GUN CORPS. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 1799 Private A. Gaz. 6/7/17. 
M'Donald, 2177 Corporal J. G. Gaz. 18/10/18. 
M'Donald, 3134 Acting Corporal M. T. Gaz. 19/2/17. 
M'Donnell, 764A Private C. W. Gaz. 25/9/17. 



308 

ARMY SERVICE CORPS. 

Military Cross. 

M'Coll, Lieutenant Hugh. Gaz. 24/8/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in charge of Trench 
Tramways. Although his lines were constantly damaged by trench fire, 
he met all demands for the transport of ammunition, stores, etc., without 
a hitch by his initiative and courage, setting a splendid example to his 
men. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

MacDonald, 267 Corporal A. Gaz. 1/3/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on forward transport 
work. He continually mended the sleeper road under fire, and cleared 
away the remains of destroyed vehicles to enable his convoy to proceed. 
Later he worked hard in the open under fire attending to the numerous 
wounded men. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, 5005 W. O., Cl.l, R.B. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

ANZAC PROVOST CORPS. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Intyre, 544 Sergeant S. Gaz. 6/7/17. 

ARMY MEDICAL CORPS. 

Order of the British Empire. 
Macdonald, Major John. Officer of the Military Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Military Cross. 

M'Intyre, Captain Fergus. Gaz. 25/8/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He tended the wounded 
under heavy artillery fire during operations. The aid post received a 

direct hit from an enemy shell. 

Military Medal. 

Darragh, 1007 Sergeant E. J. Field Ambulance. Gaz. 15/6/17. 
M'Intyre, 12352 Private G. J. Gaz. 26/4/17. 
M'Rorie, 8082 Private J. Gaz. 14/12/17. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Darragh, 1007 Sergeant E. J. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

M'Alister, 12358 L. /Corporal H. M. Gaz. 25/12/17. 

M'Donald, 12942 S. /Sergeant A. M. 3rd San. Section. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant-Colonel R. Gaz. 6/7/17. 

ARMY VETERINARY CORPS. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
MacDonald, Captain N. Gaz. 2/1/17. 



309 

Canaba- 

STAFF. 

Order of the Bath, Additional Member of Military Division of 3rd Class, or 

Companion. 

Macdonell, Lieutenant-Colonel (T. /Brigadier-General) Archibald Cameron, C.M.G., 
D.S.O. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

Order of the Bath. Military Division of the Second Class, or Knight's 

Commanders. 

Macdonell, Major-General Archibald Cameron, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O. Gaz. 
31/12/18. 

Order of St. Michael and St. George, 3rd Class. 
Macdonell, Lieutenant-Colonel Archibald Cameron, D.S.O. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

Order of the British Empire. 
MacDonald, Major The Rev. John Howard, D.D., M.B.E. Gaz. 7/6/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonell, Lieutenant-Colonel Archibald Cameron, D.S.O. Gaz. 1/1/16; 2/1/17; 

1/6/17; 25/12/17; 28/5/18; 31/12/18; 11/7/19. 
Donaldson, Major R. L. M., C.O.C. Gaz. 28/12/17. 
Macdonell, Lieutenant-Colonel (T./Brig.-Gen.) Archibald Hayes, C.M.G., D.S.O. 

Gaz. 4/1/17. 

Croix de Guerre avec Palme (French). 

Macdonell, Major-General Archibald Cameron, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O. Gaz. 
21/8/19. 

By the President of the French Republic, Legion d' Honxeur. 

Croix d' Officier. 

Macdonell, Major-General Archibald Cameron, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O. Gaz. 

28/1/19. 

CAVALRY. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Macdonald, Major Donald John. Gaz. 28/12/17. 
Bar to D.S.O. Gaz. 22/6/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. In the attack launched 
by a Cavalry Brigade he led the reserve squadron of the regiment to the 
attack. Though suffering acute pain from a wound in the ankle, he 
continued to direct operations and led his men forward until the position 
was finally secured. But for his outstanding courage, skill, and dash 
the position could not have been held. 



310 

2nd Bar to D.S.O. Gaz. 11/10/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This officer commanded 
the advance guard regiment of his brigade in an attack. He led his 

regiment with the greatest determination and with absolutely no regard 
for his own safety. It was largely due to his splendid leadership that 
the operation, which resulted in the capture of several miles of enemy 
territory and large numbers of prisoners and material, was entirely 
successful. 

Military Cross. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant Donald John. Lord Strathcona's Horse. Gaz. 24/8/15. 
For conspicuous gallantry and ability near Festubert on 24th May, 1915. 
Although wounded in three places, he continued to lead his men with great 
dash in the advance to the attack on the enemy's position, and succeeded 
in entering their redoubt accompanied by two men. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Alister, 115905 Sergeant A. Fort Garry Horse. Gaz. 14/2/19. 

On October 9th and night of 9th/10th, 1918, about Maurois, he was 
commanding a troop in support during the attack on the Bois-du-Mont- 
Aux-Villes wood. He handled his troop splendidly, and on his own 

initiative charged a party of the enemy, cutting them off and capturing 
eleven prisoners and two machine guns. 

MacDonald, 117037 Sergeant J. Gas. 14/8/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He was the leading 
man of a party which attacked the enemy's outposts. He led the party 
with great coolness and gallantry, killing three of the enemy and com- 
pelling the surrender of the others. His splendid example contributed 
largely to the success of the enterprise. 

M'Intyre, 110410 Sergeant M. 5th Battalion. Gaz. 14/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry during the attack and capture of Bourchoir on 
8th August, 1918. He showed great initiative and determination in 

handling the men under him. During the consolidation of the position, 
which was swept by heavy machine gun fire, he went forward with one 
man and captured the enemy machine gun besides three prisoners. His 
presence of mind and leadership inspired confidence in the men under him. 
He cannot be too highly commended for his gallant work. 

Military Medal. 

MacDonald, 106416 Private F. C. 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles. Gaz. 27/1/20. 
M'Donald, 106417 Sergeant J. 1st Battalion, Canadian Mounted Rifles. Gaz. 

1/7/19. 
MacDonald. 552768 Private K. F. Gaz. 17/7/17. 
MacDonald, 2000154 L. /Corporal W. Gaz. 22/2/18. 
M'Larty, 106442 Private W. D. 1st Battalion, Canadian Mounted Rifles. Gaz. 

27/1/20. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, Major Donald John, M.C. Lord Strathcona's Horse. Gaz. 1/1/16; 
25/12/17; 31/12/18. 



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ARTILLERY. 

Order of the British Empire. 
MacDonell, Lieutenant Ian M'Lean. Member of Military Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Donald, Major Alexander Stuart. 20th Battery, 5th Brigade. Gaz. 31/12/18. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant-Colonel John Angus. Field Artillery, 3rd Brigade. Gaz. 
1/1/17. 
Bar to D.S.O. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry on 2nd September, 1918, during the attack East 
of Arras. He went forward with his brigade in close support of the 
advancing Infantry. He reconnoitred positions for his batteries under 
heavy shell and machine gun fire, and set a splendid example by his personal 
disregard of danger and determination to push forward. The batteries 
went forward with great dash, and effective fire was brought to bear on 
many targets, including enemy strong points and hostile batteries. His 
skilful leadership and the work of the brigade gave the greatest confidence 
to the attacking infantry. 

Military Cross. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant Herbert Daniel. Gaz. 17/7/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. As forward observation 
officer his conduct and disregard for danger under fire was a wonderful 
example to the other officers of his battery and his work was consistently of 
the greatest value. 

MacDonnell, Captain James M'Kerras. Field Artillery. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Donald, 55 Bombardier F. Garrison Artillery. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry, devotion to duty, and continuous good work in 
maintaining the telephone communication of his battery under the most 
trying circumstances. Always the first to undertake a dangerous task, he 
gave a fine example of courage, energy and efficiency. 

Donaldson, 40330 Sergeant-Major J. W. A. 1st Brigade. Gaz. 3/8/15. 

For conspicuous gallantry on the 22nd April, 1915, at St. Julien, and on 
the following days near Ypres, when, being in charge of the ammunition 
supply of the battery he kept up the supply under a continuous and heavy 
shell fire and gave a fine example of courage and devotion to duty. 

M'Donald, 89279 Sergeant A. J. 5th Brigade. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

On 12th October, 1918, he was taking up ammunition to a position between 
Iurey and Hordain. The roads were being heavily shelled and became 
blocked with casualties. With great coolness and ability he extricated his 
command from the column and worked his way through. As non-com- 
missioned officer in charge of forward wagon lines he has done consistently 
good work. 

M'Donald, 41176 B.S.M. A. K. Field Artillery. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty since the early part of the 
campaign. He has invariably displayed the greatest courage and resource 
in action and his fine example has always inspired the men under his charge 
with confidence. 



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M'Donald, 301289 Gnr. J. A. 9th Brigade. Gaz. 2/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty near Vis-en-Artois. On 1st 
September, 1918, his section commander and No. 1 were killed and one of 
his gun crew mortally wounded. He helped to carry the dying and wounded 
men to a sheltered spot, and then went back to his gun, and continued 
running it alone until assistance was detailed him. Though considerably 
shaken he continued at his work throughout the afternoon under heavy shell 
fire. 

M'Donald, 85758 Corporal R. H. Field Artillery, 2nd Brigade. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

He has carried out his work without a break always at the guns. His 
work on the Somme, 1916, Hill 70, Passchendaele, and Pont-du-Jour, near 
Arras, under heavy shelling was particularly good. He has consistently 
shown courage and devotion to duty. 

Maclnnes, 40217 Sergeant W. 1st Battalion Artillery. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry. Sergeant Maclnnes was gun layer during a 
heavy engagement. When the officer and senior non-commissioned officers 
had all been killed or wounded, he assumed command of his gun detachment 
and by his bravery and resource undoubtedly saved a critical situation. He 
has invariably shown great devotion to duty. 

Military Medal. 

M'Clafferty, 301566 Gunner F. S. Gaz. 6/7/17. 

M'Connell, 300085 Corporal C. C. Field Artillery. D/23rd Battery, 5th Brigade. 

Gaz. 21/1/19. 
M'Donald, 401283 Private A. P. L. T. M. Battery. Gaz. 25/1/18. 
Macdonald, 42627 Bombardier (Corporal) B. C. Field Artillery. Gaz. 25/1/18. 
M'Donald, 2100804 Gunner J. A. 4th Siege Battery, Canada G.A. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Donald, 198277 Gunner J. D. Garrison Artillery. Gaz. 16/7/18. 
M'Donald, 314211 Sergeant J. J. A. 3rd Canadian D. A. C. Field Artillery. 

Gaz. 21/1/19. 
M'Donald, 85662 Sergeant M. F. Canadian Field Artillery. Gaz. 16/11/17. 
M'Donald, 41655 By./ Sergeant-Ma jor R. 48th How. Battery, 2nd Brigade. Field 

Artillery. Gaz. 7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 338913 Gunner (A./Bombdr.) R. C. 2nd Brigade. Field Artillery. 

Gaz. 7/2/19. 
MacDonald, 91800 Acting Bombardier T. A. Gaz. 5/1/17. 
M'llwraith, 91679 Gunner H. S. Field Artillery. Gaz. 22/2/18. 
Maclnnes, 1250560 Gunner V. Field Artillery. Gaz. 16/11/17. 
M'Innis, 44021 Sergeant C. Field Artillery. Gaz. 22/2/18. 
M'Intyre, 87118 Bombardier R. Field Artillery. Gaz. 11/10/16. 
M'Keen, 308628 Sergeant W. J. 31st Battery, 9th Brigade, Canadian Field 

Artillery. Gaz. 1/7/19. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

Donaldson, 40330 R. / Sergeant-Major J. W. A., D.C.M. Gaz. 30/5/19. 
M'Connell, 126 Gunner W. 2nd Brigade. Gaz. 30/5/19. 
M'Donald, 41170 Sergeant D. Field Artillery. Gaz. 17/6/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donaldson, 321880 B./S./M. G. S. 53rd Battery. Gaz. 11/7/19. 
M'Coll, Major E. L. Gaz. 25/12/17. 



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MacDonald, 89915 Sergeant A. B. Canadian Field Artillery. Gaz. 2/1/17. 
MacDonald, Lieutenant A. S. 5th Canadian D.A.C. Gas. 31/12/18. 
M'Donald, 301319 Bombardier D. J. 36th Battery, 9th Brigade. Gaz. 11/7/19. 
MacDonald, 91872 Battery Quarter-Master Sergeant E. 1st Brigade. Gaz. 11/7/19. 
MacDonald, 305137 Driver H. 40th Battery, 10th Brigade. Gaz. 11/7/19. 
M'Donald, Lieutenant-Colonel J. A., D.S.O. Field Artillery. Gaz. 28/5/18; 

31/12/18; 11/7/19. 
Macdonald, Major J. A. Canadian Field Artillery. Gaz. 2/1/17. 
M'Donald, 85662 Gunner M. F. Canadian Field Artillery. Gaz. 2/1/17. 
Macdonell, Lieutenant I. M'L. Field Artillery (Staff). Gaz. 28/5/18. 
MacDonnell, Captain J. M'K. Canadian Artillery. Gaz. 1/6/17. 
M'Intyre, 1531 Regimental Sergeant-Major W. Canadian Horse Artillery. Gaz. 

2/1/17. 

Croix de Guerre (Belgian). 

MacDonald, 41152 Gunner Alexander Peter. 5th Battery, 2nd Brigade, Field 

Artillery. Gaz. 4/4/19. 
M'Donald, 41176 Battery Sergeant-Major Angus Kenneth. Gaz. 12/7/18. 
M'Donald, 50154 Sergeant White. Gaz. 12/7/18. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 
Maclnnes, 40217 Sergeant Walter. Gaz. 22/2/16. 

Legion d' Honneur. 
MacDonnell, Major James MacKerry, M.C. Field Artillery. Gaz. 7/3/19. 

ENGINEERS. 

Military Cross. 

M'Coll, Lieutenant John Rome. 11th Battalion. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and initiative in making a reconnaissance of 
the Canal du Nord for the purpose of building Infantry Bridges across 
the canal on 4th September, 1918. He, with one runner, worked his way 
up to the canal bank in daylight and made sketches and plans for the 
construction of the bridges, and marked out a route for transport to be 
brought up. This reconnaissance was especially difficult owing to the 
opposite bank of the canal being manned by enemy snipers. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant James Campbell. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 
M'Donald, 14999 A. /Corporal K. G. Gaz. 2/9/18. 

For maintaining telephone communications in the vicinity of Vrely, near 
Posieres, between the 15th and 24th August, 1918, when this area was 
constantly heavily shelled, and the upkeep of lines was most difficult and 
dangerous. He showed great courage and devotion to duty. 

Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 504589 Sapper D. M'N. Gaz. 13/5/19. 

MacAllister, 502948 Sapper C. M. Gaz. 17/4/17. 

Macdonald, 473073 Corporal A. 3rd Pont. Brid. Unit. Gaz. 19/8/19. 



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M'Donald, 913692 Private A., M.M. 2nd Battalion. Bar to M.M. Gaz. 22/7/19. 

M'Donald, 503488 Sergeant A. G. 12th Battalion. Gaz. 13/6/19. 

MacDonald, 5713 Acting Corporal C. H. Gaz. 11/10/16. 

M'Donald, 469716 Sapper D. W. 7th Battalion. Gaz. 7/2/19. 

M'Donald, 167068 Sergeant J. A. 5th Battalion. Gaz. 21/1/19. 

MacDonald, 475925 Sapper J. D. Gaz. 11/8/17. 

Macdonald, 500556 Sergeant J. J. Gaz. 18/10/17. 

M'Donald, 2691378 L. /Corporal J. J. 8th Battalion. Gaz. 1/7/19. 

M'Donald, 503328 Corporal K. Gaz. 19/2/17. 

M'Donald, 14999 Private (A. /Corporal) K. G., D.C.M. H.Q. Signal Coy. Gaz. 

13/6/19. 
M'Donald, 712006 Corporal N. 2nd Battalion. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
MacDonald, 110338 Sapper R. S. Gaz. 23/8/16. 
M'Donald, 154341 Corporal R. W. Gaz. 16/10/17. 
M'Donald, A/14692 Sapper T. Gaz. 11/12/17. 
M'Donald, 228234 Sapper W. J. Gaz. 22/2/18. 
M'Innis, 432294 Sergeant P. 10th Battalion. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Isaac, 712562 Sapper A. 7th Battalion. Gaz. 7/2/19. 
M'Larty, 502998 Sergeant A. J. 11th Battalion. Gaz. 13/6/19; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 

19/8/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, 166384 Sergeant J. 5th Battalion. Gaz. 11/7/19. 
M'Donald, 629908 Corporal J. 4th D.S. Company. Gaz. 31/12/18. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant J. C. Gaz. 1/1/16. 

Croix de Guerre (Belgian). 

M'Donald, 14999 Corporal (2nd Corporal) Kenneth Gerald. Canadian Corp 
H.Q. Signal Coy. Gaz. 4/4/19. 

Order of St. George, 4th Class (Russian). 
M'Intyre, 5154 L. /Corporal Harold Perley. 1st Field Coy. Gaz. 21/8/15. 

INFANTRY. 

Victoria Cross. 

M'Kean, Lieutenant George Burdon. Gaz. 28/6/18. 

For most conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty during a raid on the 
enemy's trenches. Lieutenant M'Kean's party, which was operating on 
the right flank, was held up at a block in the communication trench by 
most intense fire from hand grenades and machine guns. This block, 
which was too close to our trenches to have been engaged by the pre- 
liminary bombardment, was well protected by wire and covered by a well 
protected machine gun behind it. Realising that if this block was not 
destroyed the success of the whole operation might be marred, he ran 
into the open to the right flank of the block, and with utter disregard of 
danger, leaped over the block head first on top of the enemy. Whilst 
lying on the ground on top of one of the enemy, another rushed at him 
with fixed bayonet; Lieutenant M'Kean shot him through the body, and 
then shot the enemy underneath him, who was struggling violently. This 



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very gallant action enabled this position to be captured. Lieutenant 

M'Kean's supply of bombs ran out at this time, and he sent back to our 
front line for a fresh supply. Whilst waiting for them he engaged the 
enemy single-handed. When the bombs arrived he fearlessly rushed the 
second block, killing two of the enemy, captured four others, and drove 
the remaining garrison, including a hostile machine gun section, into a 
dug-out. The dug-out, with its occupants and machine gun, was de- 
stroyed. This officer's splendid bravery and dash undoubtedly saved 
many lives, for had not this position been captured the whole of the 
raiding party would have been exposed to dangerous enfilading fire during 
the withdrawal. His leadership at all times has been beyond praise. 

Order of the British Empire. 
Donaldson, Hon. Captain and Quarter-Master Robert Inglis. Officer of the 

Military Division. Gaz. 9/12/19. 
Maclnnis, Major Carlyle W T illiam. Alberta Regiment. Officer of the Military 

Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Order of St. Michael and St. George. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant-Colonel Harold French. C.M.G. Companion. Gaz. 1/6/17. 
Macdonell, Lieutenant-Colonel Archibald Hayes. R. Can. R. C.M.G. 3rd 

class or companion. Gaz. 2/6/16. 
Maclnnes, Colonel Charles Stephen. C.M.G. Gaz. 7/8/17. 

For valuable services connected with military operations in the field 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Donaldson. Lieutenant-Colonel Anson Scott, A.M.C. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

MacDonald. Major (A. /Lieutenant-Colonel) Eric Whidden, M.C. Gaz. 1/1/17 ; 
Bar to D.S.O. Gas. 5/11/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and resource. He commanded his battalion in 
an advance, pressing his attack with skill and determination over a con- 
siderable amount of open ground, to the capture of isolated woods, the 
edges of which were full of concealed machine guns. The ability with 
which he made his dispositions undoubtedly saved many casualties. He 
set a fine example to his men which greatly helped in the success obtained. 
2nd Bar to D.S.O. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Before Arras, on 2nd 
September, 1918, the battalion commanded by him captured three vil- 
lages, a switch trench line, and reached the west bank of a canal. Early 
in the day, before the attack, and again in the afternoon, he made personal 
reconnaissances over fire-swept ground, gaining first-hand information 
which enabled him to handle his men and direct the fire of his guns with 
remarkable success. His fine leadership, coolness, and disregard of 

danger carried his men along with him. 

M'Donald, Major Harold French. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry during operations. He carried out a dan- 

gerous reconnaissance under heavy shell fire, and after a shell splinter had 
blown off his arm, he reported the result of his reconnaissance before 
allowing the stretcher-bearers to remove him. 

Macdonell, Major James Alexander. Gaz. 1/1/17. 



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Maclntyre, Captain Duncan Eberts. 28th Battalion. Gaz. 14/3/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry when leading an assaulting party after personal 
reconnaissance. Having reached the enemy trenches, Captain Maclntyre, 
acted with great promptness, and later showed great coolness and pre- 
sence of mind in the selection of a suitable line of retirement. 

Military Cross. 

Donald, Lieutenant Alexander George. Gaz. 22/4/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in command of a 
raiding party. He led his men to the assembly position through a heavy 
gas shell bombardment. Finding that the enemy's wire was not suffi- 
ciently cut, he reconnoitred the wire, skilfully altered his dispositions, 
and led his men through a partially-cut gap in the wire into the enemy's 
trench. He at once attacked and captured a machine gun, killing the 
whole crew. His party then encountered and killed the personnel of a 
bombing post and, moving up a communication trench, destroyed two 
occupied dug-outs and captured a prisoner. He finally withdrew his 

party safely in intense darkness and under heavy fire. He showed the 
greatest coolness and daring, which were a splendid example to all ranks. 

Donald, Lieutenant Robert Fulton Barber. 10th Battalion, Alberta Regiment. 

Gaz. 7/3/19. 

For great courage and devotion to duty on 27th/28th September, 1918, 
East of Haynecourt. He worked unceasingly for 48 hours, under very 
heavy fire, delivering orders, aiding the companies in getting into new 
positions, and bringing forward small arms ammunition and bombs to the 
forward positions. Throughout he behaved admirably. 

Donaldson, Captain Ravmond. 85th Battalion, Nova Scotia Regiment. Gaz. 
14/2/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry during operations in front of Cambrai. On 
September 27th, 1918, during an attack on Bourlon Village, he reorganised 
his company, which had suffered considerable casualties, led them forward, 
and held the position on the eastern side of the village. Later when he was 
the only officer left, and when the left flank was threatened he led his com- 
pany over ground swept by machine gun and shell fire and established 
advanced outposts in front of another important village. He showed able 
and fearless leadership. 

Donaldson, Lieutenant Ronald MacKinnon. Gaz. 15/2/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led forward two 
platoons to reinforce the line, and finding that the leading company had 
suffered casualties, he took command and consolidated the position. He 
moved about along the line reorganising and encouraging his men under 
intense fire, and by his courage and example assisted materially in breaking 
up enemy counter-attacks. 

M'Connell, Lieutenant Samuel Garfield. 50th Battalion, Alberta Regiment. Gaz. 
31/1/19. 

In front of Dury, during operations on 2nd/4th September, 1918, for 
gallantry and devotion to duty. His Company Commander being killed, 
although suffering from the effects of enemy gas, he reorganised and con- 
solidated the captured positions under heavy fire. The day following he 
ably controlled his company throughout the advance despite severe shelling 
and finally brought his company out. His confident bearing and gallant 
conduct could not fail to have their influence on the very fine behaviour of 
his men. 



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MacDonald, Captain Alexander Edward. 1st Central Ontario Regiment (attached 
3rd Battalion Canadian Infantry). Gaz. 31/1/19. 

During the attack on Upton Wood, on 30th/31st August, 1918, he worked 
in the open, under heavy fire, attending to and dressing the wounded, re- 
maining at his duty until all the wounded were cleared, in spite of the heavy 
shelling. On one occasion a shell fell close to him, killing two men and 
severely shaking him, but he at once pulled himself together and went on 
with his work. His gallantry and composure were most marked. 

MacDonald, Captain (Acting Major) Eric Whidden, D.S.O. Gaz. 13/5/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When in command of a 
raiding party he led it with such skill and energy that the hostile lines were 
successfully penetrated, valuable identification secured and considerable 
casualties inflicted on the enemy. The success of the enterprise was 
entirely due to the careful preparation, good training and organisation of 
all ranks which this officer had ensured. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant Francis Ian. 5th Battalion, Saskatchewan Regiment. Gaz. 
31/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty East of Hendicourt — Les 
Cagnicourt — Dury road, on September 1st, 1918. Shortly after a success- 
ful attack the enemy counter-attacked, forcing back our left flank company, 
and wounding the officer in command of it. He at once took charge, and 
under a hail of shell and machine gun fire, rallied the men, re-established 
the line, and captured about 60 prisoners. He was wounded in the hip by 
shrapnel, but on the way to the dressing station reported the situation to 
battalion headquarters. His coolness and confidence restored a critical 
situation. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant Frederick Grant. 25th Canadian Battalion, Nova Scotia 
Regiment. Gaz. 29/11/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This officer led his 
platoon with great dash, until his company commander was wounded, when 
he took command of the company, leading it to its final objective. The 
next day he led the company with skill and coolness, keeping it well in 
hand until he was wounded. His coolness under fire was an example to all 
ranks. 

MacDonald, Captain Frederick William. 15th Battalion. Gaz. 27/1/20. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant Geoffrey Ernest. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

M'Donald, Captain George Cross, P.P. Canadian Light Infantry. Gaz. 15/2/17. 
For distinguished service in the field. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant Gladstone. 85th Battalion, Nova Scotia Regiment. Gaz. 
2/4/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in front of Valenciennes, on 
6th November, 1918. A very strong enemy machine gun garrison held up 
the company on his right flank. He at once manoeuvred his platoon round 
the left flank of the enemy, and was able to advance into such a position 
that, owing to heavy casualties they had to retire. Later in the day he led 
an attack resulting in the capture of three machine guns and nineteen 
prisoners. His personal courage was a splendid inspiration to all ranks with 
him. 

M'Donald, Lieutenant James. British Columbia Regiment. Gaz. 5/11/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry during a daylight raid. He led his party through 
two strong belts of wire and up a steep embankment, and entered the 
enemy's lines, obtaining a valuable identification before withdrawing his 
men without casualties. He showed splendid leadership and rendered 
valuable service. 



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MacDonald, Lieutenant James Ranald. Gaz. 15/2/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led his platoon to the 
capture of the first and second objectives, and when his company commander 
was wounded took command of the company. He was then wounded him- 
self, but led his men to the final objective showing the greatest courage and 
energy throughout. 
M'Donald, Lieutenant John. 78th Canadian Battalion, Manitoba Regiment. Gaz. 
29/11/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During the advance this 
officer's platoon was held up by a machine gun which caused numerous 
casualties. He led his platoon against the post with great dash and skill, 
and though wounded, carried on until the gun was put out of action. 
M'Donald, Lieutenant John Alexander. Gaz. 24/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. He led his company with great 

courage and determination twice driving the enemy out of their trenches. 
Later he established a block and maintained his position through continuous 
fighting until relieved. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant John Allister. Gaz. 1/3/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. While on patrol with 
three of his men he encountered a party of twenty of the enemy advancing 
to raid our trenches. In spite of the fact that his men were very lightly 
armed, he attacked the enemy party and drove them back to their 
trenches. This gallant and courageous action completely disorganised 
the hostile raiding party. 
MacDonald, Lieutenant John Angus. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry when leading a raid. He advanced down the 
enemy's trench in spite of opposition, accounting for five of the enemy in 
the trench and others in the dug-outs. He brought back useful informa- 
tion. 
M'Donald, Lieutenant John Malcolm. 20th Battalion. 1st Canadian Ontario 
Regiment. Gaz. 13/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and resource in action when in command of 
the right party of raiding troops. By cool judgment and excellent 

leadership he managed to cut off a large party of the enemy who were 
endeavouring to escape by a communication trench, personally accounting 
for several, and taking the rest prisoners. By his great courage and 

personal example on all occasions, he inspired his men with his own 
confidence, and markedly furthered their keenness in operations. 
Bar to M.C. Gaz. 10/1/19. 

He rendered valuable services in command of headquarter details and the 
Scout section throughout the operations. When the line was held up he 
went forward under heavy fire with a Lewis gun and disengaged the 
flank, establishing outposts close to the enemy's position later in the day. 
The example of his courage and coolness was an inspiration to the whole 
battalion. 
Macdonald, Captain John Welsford. 44th Canadian Battalion, Manitoba Regi- 
ment. Gaz. 29/11/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When his company 
was held up by machine gun fire, he took a party and worked round to a 
flank, gaining a footing in the village. He fought hard, though isolated, 
until severely wounded by machine gun fire. He showed great courage 
and determination. 



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Macdonald, Lieutenant Norman Frederick. Gaz. 16/10/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. With his company he 
held a captured position for ninety-six hours against repeated and heavy 
hostile counter-attacks, and when enfiladed by a machine gun he crawled 
forward in daylight with splendid disregard of personal danger and 
located its exact position, after which it was destroyed by our artillery. 
When his Platoon Sergeant was completely buried, Lieutenant Macdonald 
dug him out under most intense shell fire with the greatest coolness and 
courage. During the whole of this trying period he got practically no 
sleep, preferring instead to encourage his men and reconnoitre the ground 
on his front. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) Robert Ross. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) Walter James, M.M. 44th Battalion. New 
Brunswick R. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

Near Palluel, on the night of 3rd/4th September, 1918, he led a patrol 
consisting of one officer and twelve other ranks to obtain contact with 
the enemy posts near river crossings. He came under heavy machine gun 
fire, but proceeded in the task until enemy posts had been located. He 
succeeded in regaining our lines with information, although intercepted 
by a party of the enemy. He showed fine leadership, and inspired all 
ranks by his gallantry. 
Bar to M.C. Gaz. 2/4/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and fine leadership at Denain on 20th October, 
1918. When the brigade was held up on the outskirts of the town, 

Lieutenant Macdonald, who commanded a company, organised a minor 
enterprise, using medium trench mortar and Lewis gun fire in lieu of 
barrage. Leading his company forward with the greatest courage and 
determination, he cleared a farm, captured four machine guns and over 
fifty prisoners, and thus enabled the whole battalion to advance, breaking 
the enemy's hold on the village of Wavrechain. 

M'Donell, Lieutenant (Acting Captain) William Charles. Gaz. 24/7/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When in command of a 
trench mortar battery, he brought his guns into action with great skill 
and success, personally selecting the most effective gun positions and 
organising a plentiful ammunition supply. His gallantry and coolness 
under heavy fire whilst engaged upon a daring and successful reconnais- 
sance were most notable. 

M'Innes, Lieutenant James Edward, D.C.M., M.M. 47th Battalion. W. Ont. 
Regiment. Gaz. 2/4/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion in front of Valenciennes on 1st 
November, 1918. Although enemy machine gun and rifle fire was ex- 
tremely heavy, he led his men forward over very open ground with the 
greatest courage. Encountering a trench manned by a large number of 
the enemy, which threatened to hold up the advance, he pushed forward, 
and single-handed, succeeded in capturing the whole garrison. Finally, 
when a neighbouring company had lost all its officers, he added it to his 
own command and successfully led both companies to the final objective. 
Throughout he showed the highest courage, and his splendid example 
contributed largely to the success of the operations. 



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Maclntyre, Captain Duncan Eberts, D.S.O. Gas. 14/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. He went forward under intense fire 
to ascertain the situation, displaying great courage and determination, 
and thereby obtaining most important information. 

Macintyre, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) John Donald. 24th Battalion. Quebec 

Regiment. Gaz. 10/1/19. 

He was undefatigable in his efforts while in charge of a party evacuating 
wounded men from the field of battle, and his splendid example of cool 
gallantry under intense fire of all descriptions inspired the men he was 
commanding to their utmost efforts in spite of casualties. In one instance 
wounded were rescued from the enemy wire. 

M'Intyre, Lieutenant Robert. Gaz. 15/1/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led his platoon with 
great skill in the attack, pressing forward in the face of heavy machine 
gun and rifle fire until severely wounded. He set a fine example of 

courage and leadership. 

M'Intyre, Captain Robert Craig. Manitoba Regiment. Gaz. 7/3/19 

While in command of a company during the attack on Cuvillers on 1st 
October, 1918, he showed great courage and able leadership. He led his 
company splendidly, and on reaching the final objective, he quickly re- 
organised his command. Finding that his left flank was in danger of 
envelopment he carried out a withdrawal with skill, being one of the last 
to leave the position. 

M'Kean, Lieutenant George Burden, V.C., M.M. 14th Battalion, Quebec 
Regiment. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an attack near 
Cagnicourt on September, lst/2nd, 1918. As Scout Officer during two 
days heavy fighting, he with his scouts led the battalion forward and sent in 
accurate reports, and rallied men who had lost their officers. He was early 
wounded but pressed forward and entered Cagnicourt with three men, and 
observing a party of the enemy over a hundred strong retiring from the 
village, he dashed to a flank and headed them off and caused them all to 
surrender. Had these enemy troops been allowed to gain the high ground 
east of the village, they would have inflicted heavy casualties on our troops. 
He continued to send in reports until exhausted by loss of blood. His con- 
duct throughout was magnificent. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

Donaldson, 101025 Sergeant J. S., M.M. Gaz. 12/11/18. 

M'Donald, 13369 Sergeant A. Gat. 16/11/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in charge of a convoy of 
ration wagons After unloading under very heavy fire, as the ration party 
did not appear, he went to Battalion headquarters and led them down. 
Later, when the roads were congested and the shelling heavy, he released 
the held up traffic, thereby probably avoiding many casualties. 

M'Donald, 129801 Sergeant A. 72nd Battalion. Gaz. 14/2/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during the operations near 
Dury, lst/3rd September, 1918. In a counter-attack against the enemy 
he handled a section with fine dash and judgment, materially assisting in 
the capture of 100 prisoners. His work throughout was outstanding, and 
he set a very fine example of courage and determination to his men. 



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M'Donald, 223224 Sergeant A. D. Gaz. 28/3/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in remaining- with his 
platoon although wounded in the arm. He was again wounded in the 
shoulder by shrapnel when going over the top, but assumed command 
of his platoon when his platoon Commander fell and carried them through 
to their objective. While establishing the line he was wounded for the 
third time and had to be carried back. 

M'Donald, 715701 Private A. O. Gaz. 12/11/18. 

M'Donald, 2129336 Private C. 27th Battalion. Gas. 11/3/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty north off Cambrai on 3rd 
October, 1918. When one of our aeroplanes was crashed in our front line, 
the pilot being killed and observer badly wounded and the area subjected to 
heavy fire, he, with a display of great personal gallantry crawled over 200 
yards to where the wounded officer was lying and succeeded in dragging 
him to a place of safety. He showed great courage and initiative. 

MacDonald, 874664 L./Sergeant D. A. 27th Battalion. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

For gallantry and devotion to duty. On the night 9th/10th September, 
after raiding an enemy post on the Canal du Nord, it was found that one 
of his comrades had been left behind wounded. He immediately returned 
alone to the enemy's lines under heavy machine gun fire and succeeded 
in carrying him back to our lines. 

Macdonald, 29348 Company Sergeant-Major F., M.M. 16th Battalion. 

Gaz. 14/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on 8th August, 1918, 
during the battle of Amiens. He worked strenuously in the attack, 

always in the thickest of the fighting, cheering on the men and leading 
assaults on strong points time after time. After several casualties 
he led a portion of the company on to the final objective. 

Macdonald, 860 Sergeant J. Princess Patricia's L.I. Gaz. 3/9/15. 

For conspicuous gallantry near Hooge Chateau on 8th May, 1915. When 
a front line of trench had been obliterated by shell fire, he dug out, under 
very heavy shell fire, two wounded men who had been buried. On the 
same day he carried a badly-wounded man on his back, and at the same 
time assisted another wounded man into safety under both shell and rifle fire. 

MacDonald, 919462 Private J. A. 14th Battalion. Gaz. 14/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an attack near 
Cagnieourt on September lst/2nd 1918. He fearlessly carried the most 
important despatches continuously to and fro, through the open spaces 
undaunted, following the barrage up and through intense hostile fire of 
all description. Working throughout with remarkable endurance and 
untiring energy, he successfully delivered all his despatches under 
seemingly impossible conditions. Exposed at one time to open light 
artillery and machine gun fire, he rushed forward and assisted in the 
capture of the guns and killed three of the enemy with his bayonet. It 
is impossible to speak too highly of the extreme gallantry, initiative and 
daring displayed by him, who consistently throughout the entire operation 
displayed supreme devotion to duty. 

M'Donald, 438909 Corporal L. Gaz. 24/7/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led a party against 
an enemy machine gun in an emplacement. He alone reached the dug- 
out and entering it from the rear, killed the crew and was himself seriously 
wounded. 



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M'Donald, 414158 Corporal R. 87th Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 

For most conspicuous gallantry and leadership at Bourlon Wood, 27th 
September, 1918, and Blecourt 30th September, Cambrai Sector. While 
approaching- an enemy machine gun post his rifle was blown away by the 
explosion of a shell. Without any hesitation he led his section forward 
and rushed the post. With his fists he attacked the occupants, knocked 
out two, and held the remainder at bay until his section arrived and took 
the entire crew prisoners. South of Blecourt on the 30th, his officer was 
wounded. He assumed command and when his platoon was held up by 
another machine gun post he rushed forward alone and shot or disabled 
all the crew. He displayed most marked courage and determination. 

MacDonald, 73677 Private S. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. When the N.C.O.'s of his section 
had become casualties he took command and carried on under heavy 
fire. Later he again took command of his section and protected the flank 
of a battalion with great skill and determination until he was severely 
wounded. 

MacDonald, 415992 Sergeant T. 87th Battalion. Gaz. 2/9/18. 

For gallantry and distinguished service 25th Feb. to 16th Sept., 1918. 
As platoon Sergeant he served in the front line in Lens, near Arleux, 
Mericourt, and Bailleul, and took part in patrols and raids on the enemy 
line, and served in the operations in front of Amiens, August 8th to 20th. 
He has consistently shown marked courage and able leadership and can 
always be depended upon. 

M'Donald, 859675 Sergeant W. 43rd Battalion. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

For gallantry and initiative. On the 22nd October, 1918, he took charge 
of a patrol to reconnoitre the east side of Escanpont. Coming under 
heavy fire he skilfully withdrew his men to safety. He carried out the 
remainder of the reconnaissance alone, doing his work thoroughly, under 
machine gun fire and bringing back valuable information. 

M'Donell, 650 Company Quartermaster-Sergeant G. L. Princess Patricia's 
Canadian Light Infantry. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion when in charge of divisional 
headquarters transport, which were situated about 250 yards from head- 
quarters billets. The stables were set on fire by shell fire. Company Q.-M. 
Sergeant M'Donell in order to save the horses, made four journeys from 
the billets to the stables, under very heavy shell fire. He succeeded in 
saving all the horses and other government property besides. 

M'Innes, 629079 Sergeant J. E. Gaz. 16/11/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led his platoon with 
the greatest courage and initiative during three days severe fighting and 
although badly shaken by artillery fire, he continually placed himself at 
points of danger to organise the defence against continual enemy counter- 
attacks. His untiring energy and cheerfulness were invaluable in repelling 
the enemy. 

M'Innis, 171173 Corporal J. Gaz. 16/11/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during a raid on the 
enemy's trenches. In order to support the assaulting troops it was 
necessary for him to get his Lewis gun into action in advance of the 
captured trenches. While moving into position his gun was damaged and 
two of his team were killed. He at once repaired his gun, got it into 



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action without assistance, and inflicted heavy casualties on the enemy, at 
the same time screening his company against the danger of counter- 
attack. His courage and resource were a great factor in the sucess of the 
operation. 

M'Intyre, 127610 A. /Corporal A. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 

On 1st October, 1918, during the battle of Cambrai he displayed marked 
courage. He continued to advance until with the exception of one man 
his section had been wiped out. In the face of heavy machine gun fire 
he gathered together a few stragglers, organised them for the attack and 
then led them to the objective. By his fearless leadership he was directly 
responsible for the success of a certain part of the operation. 

M'Intyre, 1003044 Sergeant E. R. 102nd Battalion. Gaz. 15/4/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and fine leadership on 6th November, 191S 
east of Valenciennes. During an attack he assumed command of his 
platoon owing to his commanding officer becoming a casualty. At great 
personal risk he went out and found that his company was in great danger 
of being cut off. With the utmost skill and courage he managed to with- 
draw his platoon without casualties, and to make his disposition which 
enabled the position to be held until support arrived. 

M'Isaac, 67947 Sergeant A., M.M. 25th Battalion. Gaz. 3/12/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When his platoon was 
in support, seeing that the leading troops had suffered heavy casualties, 
he brought his men forward under heavy fire to their assistance and saved 
the situation, reorganising and consolidating the position. His personal 
dash and leadership were a great asset in the attack. 

M'Isaac, 902010 Corporal A. 25th Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 

For marked gallantry and initiative during the attack on Escadoeuvres 
in the early morning of the 10th October, 1918. During the advance 

when his company was held up by enemy machine guns, he rushed forward 
with three men and attacked the post, killing five of the enemy, capturing 
eight prisoners and two machine guns. His fine action enabled his 

company to advance to the objective. 

Military Medal. 

Donald, 737058 Private A. 18th Battalion, W. Ontario Regiment. Gaz. 21/1/19. 

Donaldson, 153386 Private D.L. Gaz. 16/11/17. 

Donaldson, 525290 Private D. R. 7th Battalion British Columbia Regiment. Gaz. 

1/7/19. 
Donaldson, A/11308 Corporal (A/Sergeant.) G. Gaz. 13/3/18. 
Donaldson, 246439 Corporal H. 21st Battalion, E. Ontario Regiment. Gaz. 7/2/19 
Donaldson, 104025 L./Corporal J. S. Gaz. 16/11/17. 
Donaldson, 428163 Acting Sergeant R. Gaz. 11/5/17. 
Donaldson, 153791 Sergeant T. Gaz. 13/3/18. 
M'Allister, 466703 Private J. W. 16th Battalion, Manitoba Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
M'Coll, 477629 Private B. Royal Canadian Regiment. Gaz. 8/12/16. 
M'Donald, 13369 Sergeant A., D.C.M. 5th Battalion, Sask. Regiment. Gaz. 

1/7/19. 
M'Donald, 161007 Sergeant A. 2nd Battalion, British Columbia Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2./19. 



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M'Donald, 222312 Sergeant A. 85th Battalion. Gaz. 13/3/18; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 

7/2/19; 2nd Bar, Gaz. 11/3/19. 
M'Donald, 267603 Corporal A. 5th Battalion Sask. Regiment. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Donald, 2030236 Private A. 7th Battalion, British Columbia Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 438097 Private A. A. 8th Battalion, Manitoba Regiment. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Donald, 54226 Private A. E. 10th Battalion, Alberta Regiment. Gaz. 21/1/19. 
Macdonald, 693358 Corporal A. G. Gaz. 22./2/18. 

M'Donald, 41158 Private A. J. 13th Battalion, Quebec Regiment. Gaz. 7/2/19. 
MacDonald, 644075 Corporal (A. /L. /Sergeant) A. L. 116th Battalion. Gaz. 

11/3/19. 
MacDonald, 922612 Private (A/Corporal) A. L. 78th Battalion, Manitoba Regiment. 

Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Donald, 105597 L./C. A. M. Gaz. 6/7/17. 

Macdonald, 432082 Sergeant A. M'K. 49th Battalion. Gaz. 2/6/16. 
M'Donald, 153866 Corporal C. 43rd Battalion, Manitoba Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
MacDonald, 222852 Private (L. /Corporal) C. 85th Battalion, Nova Scotia 

Regiment. Gaz. 13/5/19. 
MacDonald, 18778 Sergeant C. E. 4th Battalion, 1st C. Ontario Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 448909 L./C. D. Quebec Regiment. Gaz. 29/8/18. 
M'Donald, 144349 Private D. 42nd Battalion, Quebec Regiment. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Donald, 201654 Private D. Gaz. 17/7/17. 
M'Donald, 410381 Private D. Gaz. 6/7/17. 
M'Donald, 3320103 Private D. 21st Battalion, E. Ontaro Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 877127 Private (L./C.) D. A. 85th Battalion, Nova Scotia Regiment. 

Gaz. 11/3/19; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 13/6/19. 
Macdonald, 745534 Private D. E. Gaz. 25/9/17. 
MacDonald, 651274 Private D. I. 1st Battalion, W. Ontario Regiment. Gaz. 

21/1/19. 
M'Donald, 418412 Private D. J. 42nd Battalion, Quebec Regiment. Gaz. 14/8/17; 

Bar to M.M. Gaz. 22/7/19. 
M'Donald, 225606 L. /Corporal D. S. Gaz. 16/11/17. 
M'Donald, 716128 Private D. V. 26th Battalion, Nova Scotia Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 116617 Sergeant E. Gaz. 16/7/18. 
MacDonald, 7884 Corporal (L. /Sergeant) E. 2nd Battalion, E. Ontario Regiment. 

Gaz. 7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 22681 Private E. 10th Battalion, Alberta Regiment. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Donald, 231100 Private E. Alberta Regiment. Gaz. 4/10/18. 
MacDonald, 461144 Private E. Gaz. 11/5/17. 

MacDonald, 29348 Sergeant (Acting Company S./M.) F. Gaz. 17/7/17. 
MacDonald, 44554 Private (Acting L. /Corporal) G. B. Gaz. 6/7/17. 
M'Donald, 437509 Sergeant G. H. 14th Battalion. Gaz. 12/12/17; Bar to M.M. 

Gaz. 21/1/19. 
MacDonald, 651311 Private (L./C.) G. R. 1st Battalion, W. Ontario Regiment. 

Gaz. 21/1/19. 
M'Donald, 252164 Private H. 10th Battalion, Alberta Regiment. Gaz. 21/1/19. 
M'Donald, 706715 Sergeant H. C. C. Ontario Regiment. Gaz. 12/11/18. 
M'Donald, 812200 Private H. J. Gaz. 22/2/18. 



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M'Donald, 1031099 Private H. L. 72nd Battalion, British Columbia Regiment. 

Gaz. 13/5/19. 
M'Donald, 754640 Private I. 52nd Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 
Macdonald, 129771 Corporal I. P. Gaz. 19/1/17; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 6/7/17. 
M'Donald, 478764 Sergeant J. Royal Canadian Regiment. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Donald, 812090 Sergeant J. 49th Battalion, Alberta Regiment. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
MacDonald, 908090 L./Corporal J. 28th Battalion, Sask. Regiment. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Donald, 693211 Private (L./Corporal) J. 43rd Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 
MacDonald, 190217 Private J. 87th Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 
M'Donald, 439475 L./Corporal J. A. Gaz. 15/6/17. 
M'Donald, 657446 Private J. A. Gaz. 16/7/18. 
M'Donald, 878089 Corporal J. D. 25th Battalion, Nova Scotia Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 444361 Private J. E. Gaz. 13/3/18. 
M'Donald, 745132 Sergeant J. G. Gaz. 22/2/18. 

M'Donald, 1045856 Private J. H. Ontario Regiment. Gaz. 4/10/18. 
M'Donald, 1000599 Private J. J. 16th Battalion, Manitoba Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 160815 Company/ S./M. J. M. 50th Battalion, Alberta Regiment. 

Gaz. 7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 67404 Private J. N. 25th Battalion, Nova Scotia Regiment. Gaz. 

1/7/19. 
M'Donald, 2567 Private (A. /Corporal) J. W. 50th Battalion, Alberta Regiment. 

Gaz. 13/5/19. 
MacDonald, 737089 Sergeant L. R. 16th Battalion, Manitoba Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 712303 Private M. 13th Battalion, Quebec Regiment. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Donald, 1015115 Private M. 72nd Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 
M'Donald, 651276 Private M. N. 1st Battalion, W. Ontario Regiment. Gaz. 

21/1/19. 
M'Donald, 715661 Private N. 26th Battalion, New Brunswick Regiment. Gaz. 

21/1/19. 
M'Donald, 859890 Private N. Gaz. 22/2/18. 

M'Donald, 839034 Corporal N. E. C. Ontario Regiment. Gaz. 29/8/18. 
M'Donald, 443361 Private P. 2nd Battalion, British Columbia Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 838547 (L. /Sergeant) P. G. 58th Battalion, C. Ontario Regiment. 

Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Donald, 715072 Private (L./Corporal) R. 26th New Brunswick Regiment. 

Gaz. 21/1/19. 
M'Donald, 198774 Private R. 5th Battalion, Saswatchewan Regiment. Gaz. 

21/1/19. 
M'Donald, 72097 Sergeant R. A. 27th Battalion, Manitoba Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
M'Donald, 790524 Private R. C. Gaz. 13/3/18. 

MacDonald, 210669 Private R. M. C. 58th Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 
MacDonald, 65687 L./Corporal S. Gaz. 6/7/17. 
MacDonald, 2075441 L./Corporal S. 42nd Battalion, Quebec Regiment. Gaz. 

1/7/19; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 22/7/19. 
M'Donald, 469124 Private S. 25th Battalion, Nova Scotia Regiment. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 



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M'Donald, 715875 Private S. Gas. 30/10/17. 

Macdonald, 675068 Private S. A. C. Gas. 30/10/17. 

M'Donald, 687112 Corporal (L. /Sergeant) T. 72nd Battalion, British Columbia 

Regiment. Gas. 21/1/19. 
M'Donald, 770037 Private T. Gas. 22/2/18. 
M'Donald, 427792 Sergeant W. Gas. 14/9/17. 

M'Donald, 228874 Corporal W. 13th Battalion, Quebec Regiment. Gaz. 21/1/19. 
M'Donald, 210642 Private (Acting/ Corporal) W. Gas. 30/10/17. 
M'Donald, 760567 Private W. British Columbia Regiment. Gas. 25/4/18. 
MacDonald, 2134912 Private W. Gas. 13/3/18. 
MacDonald, 715884 L./Corporal W. B. Gaz. 30/10/17. 
Macdonald, 622836 Sergeant W. J. Gaz. 27/7/17. 
MacDonald, 460117 Sergeant W. W. Gas. 13/3/18. 

MacDonell, 633179 Private A. 16th Battalion, Manitoba Regiment. Gas. 1/7/19. 
M'Donnell, 812130 Private G. Gas. 22/2/18. 
MacDonnell, 133103 Private J. Gas. 6/7/17. 
M'Donnell, 17257 L./Corporal L. 7th Battalion, British Columbia Regiment. 

Gas. 19/8/19. 
M'Donnell, 430987 Private P. Gas. 16/11/17. 
M'Eachen, 178208 Private H. ]. Gas. 19/2/17. 
M'Ginnis, 59719 L./Corporal D. Gaz. 11/10/16. 
M'Grory, 63991 L./Corporal A. A.. P.P.C.L.I. Gas. 1/7/19. 
M'Innes, 430184 Private A. Gas. 13/3/18. 

M'Innes, 446538 Private H. Gaz. 8/12/16; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 6/7/17. 
M'Innes, 839046 Private J. A. 102nd Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 
Maclnnes, 442159 Private M. Gaz. 19/3/18. 

M'Innes, 736979 Private R. 85th Battalion, Nova Scotia Regiment. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Innes, 645133 Private W. S. 7th Battalion, British Columbia Regiment. Gaz. 

1/7/19. 
M'Innis, 724261 Private (L./Corporal) C. H. 21st Battalion, E. Ontario Regiment. 

Gaz. 21/1/19. 
M'Innis, 1345 Sergeant J. E. Cms. 23/8/16. 
M'Innis, 715659 Private L. 26th Battalion, New Brunswick Regiment. Gas. 

21/1/19. 
Maclnnis, 442156 L./Sergeant M. J. Gas. 6/7/17. 

M'Innis, 478537 Private N. Royal Canadian Regiment. Gaz. 5/1/17. 
M'Intyre, 68205 Private A. Gaz. 8/12/16. 

M'Intyre, 478539 Private G. H. Royal Canadian Regiment. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Intyre, 736839 Private H. 16th Battalion, Manitoba Regiment. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Intyre, 65696 Sergeant K. C. Gaz. 11/10/16. 
M'Intyre, 817 Corporal L. H., P.P.C.L.I. Gaz. 12/3/17. 
M'Intyre, 418598 Sergeant R. Gaz. 23/8/16. 
M'Isaac, 67947 Sergeant A. 25th Battalion Nova Scotia Regiment. Gaz. 8/12/16; 

Bar to M.M. Gaz. 7/2/19. 
M'Isaac, 432976 Private (L./Corporal) F. 49th Battalion. Gaz. 7/2/19. 
M'Kean, 436568 Corporal George Burden. Gaz. 26/4/17. 

M'Kean, 865927 Private A. 44th Battalion, Manitoba Regiment. Gaz. 13/5/19. 
M'Larty, 489786 Private J. M. Gaz. 13/3/18. 
Ronaldson, 806 A. /Sergeant T. S. 8th Battalion. Gaz. 27/1/20. 



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Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, 81630 Sergeant A. Gaz. 17/6/18. 

MacDonald, 472155 Sergeant A. 54th Battalion, British Columbia Regiment. 

Gaz. 17/1/19. 
MacDonald, 410841 Private W. C. Gaz. 17/6/18. 
M'Intyre, 9635 Private L. 3rd Battalion. Gaz. 27/1/20. 
M'Intyre, 439572 Sergeant W. Gaz. 17/6/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, Lieutenant H. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

Donald, 43 Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant J. G. Gaz. 2/1/17. 
Donaldson, Quartermaster and Hon. Captain R. I. Gaz. 31/12/18; 11/7/19. 
M'Allister, 1062 Private J. Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. Gaz. 

1/1/16. 
MacDonald, 13369 Sergeant A. Gaz. 1/6/17. 
Macdonald, Major E. W. Gaz. 2/1/17; 31/12/18; 11/7/19. 
M'Donald, Major H. F. Gaz. 2/1/17 ; 27/7/17. 
Macdonald, Major J. A. Gaz. 2/1/17. 

M'Donald, 23161 Sergeant J. J. 1st Central Ontario Regiment. Gaz. 28/5/18. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant (Actg. Captain) R. R. Gaz. 1/6/17. 
M'Donald, 633126 Private W. 38th Battalion. Gaz. 11/7/19. 
M'Donald, 622836 Corporal W. J. Gaz. 1/6/17. 
Macdonell, Lieutenant-Colonel (T./Brig.-Gen.) A. H., C.M.G., D.S.O. Gaz. 

13/6/16; 1/6/17. 
Macdonell, Major J. A., D.S.O. Gaz. 28/2/17. 
M'Donell, Lieutenant W. C. Gaz. 2/1/17. 
M'Innis, 67457 Private J. 25th Battalion. Gaz. 13/6/16. 
Macintyre, Major (T. /Lieutenant-Colonel) D. E., D.S.O., M.C. Saskatchewan 

Regiment (Staff). Gaz. 13/6/16; 1/6/17; 25/12/17; 28/5/18. 
Macintyre, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) J. D. Quebec Regiment. Gaz. 28/5/18. 
M'Intyre, Lieutenant R. C. Manitoba Regiment. Gaz. 28/5/18. 
M'Intyre, Captain W. E. Gaz. 1/6/17. 
M'Isaac, 432976 L. /Corporal F. Alberta Regiment. Gaz. 25/12/17. 

Croix de Guerre (Belgian). 

Donald, 23915 Sergeant William. Gaz. 12/7/18. 
M'Donald, 760567 Private W. Gaz. 12/7/18. 
Macdonell, 18778 Sergeant C. E. Gaz. 12/7/18. 

Order of St. Anne, 2nd Class (with swords). 
M'Donald, Lieutenant-Colonel Harold French, C.M.G., D.S.O. Gaz. 11/1/18. 

Cross of St. George, 4th Class (Russian). 
M'Donald, 877287 Private Hector. Gaz. 11/1/18. 

PIONEERS. 

Military Cross. 
MacDonald, Captain Alan Holmes. Gaz. 28/12/17. 



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Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 913692 Private A. Gaz. 16/11/17. 
M'Donald, 167064 Sergeant R. Gaz. 8/12/16. 
MacDonald, 166995 Sergeant W. A. Gaz. 22/2/18. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
M'Donald, 657695 Sapper A. B. Gaz. 17/6/18. 

MACHINE GUN CORPS. 

Military Cross. 

Donald, Captain Herbert. Gaz. 7/3/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and good work near Blecourt, north of Cambiai, 
on 1st October, 1918. When in command of a machine gun battery, in 
the attack, he, by personal reconnaissance, was enabled to advance his 
guns safely, through heavy shelling, to a commanding position. When 
the enemy counter attacked in force, he quickly brought the fire of his guns 
to bear on them, thus covering the withdrawal of our troops from an im- 
possible position. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant Findlay Malcolm. 4th Battalion. Gaz. 31/12/18. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Allister, 67235 Corporal C. 2nd Battalion. Gaz. 14/1/19. 

Between the 26th and 28th August 1918, east of Cherissy, when his officer 
and all the other N.C.O.'s of his section were either killed or wounded 
and the men were much disorganised, he took command and rallied them 
and led them on to the objective and brought his guns into action. He 
then went across the open under intense machine gun fire and bandaged 
the wounds of his officers and several other men and carried them to the 
shelter of a trench. He displayed admirable coolness and complete dis- 
regard for danger and was a splendid example to all. 

Military Medal. 

Donald, 79728 Corporal J. M. Gaz. 13/3/18. 

Macdonald, 45613 Private A. J. Gaz. 19/12/16. 

MacDonald, 6246 Company Quartermaster-Sergeant J. C. Gaz. 11/10/16. 

MacDonnell, 733858 Corporal G. 2nd Battalion. Gaz. 21/1/19. 

M'Isaac, 622866 Corporal J.D. 4th Battalion. Gaz. 11/3/19. 

RAILWAY TROOPS. 

Order of the Bath. 
M'Donnell, Colonel Hon. Angus, C.M.G. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Order of St. Michael and St. George. 
M'Donnell, Lieutenant-Colonel The Hon. Angus. Gaz. 3/6/18. 



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Distinguished Service Order. 

M'Connell, Lieutenant-Colonel Walter Adam. Gaz. 31/12/18. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant-Colonel James Brodie Lauder. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

M'Donald, 2503085 A./ Sergeant A. Gaz. 11/3/19. 

For gallant and distinguished service. He assisted the officer who re- 
connoitred the railway lines during the advance from 27th October to 
11th November, 1918, between Somain and Mons. He daily made survey 
and plans of the railways and structures using instruments of precision 
with the utmost coolness under shell fire, and at times under machine gun 
fire. He did excellent work. 

M'Donald, 279325 Company Sergeant-Major J. J. 8th Battalion. Gaz. 3/12/18. 
For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. While engaged on light 
railway work, the enemy suddenly opened an intense bombardment, which 
wounded five of his men and cut off two trains. He first rescued the 
wounded and got them under cover from the shell fire, then returned and 
repaired the broken track, but the two tractors of the trains were so badly 
damaged they could not work, so he and his party pushed the trains out 
of the shelled area. He then went on repairing the line, getting up 

material etc., under constant shelling with the utmost perseverance and 
determination. 

Military Medal. 

M'Allister, 1081907 Sapper W. Gaz. 11/3/19. 

M'Donald, 490666 R./Q.M. Sergeant D. 13th Battalion. Gaz. 19/8/19. 

M'Donald, 632 Corporal (A. /Sergeant) H. Gaz. 27/6/18. 

M'Donald, 381 Sapper J. Gaz. 27/6/18. 

M'Donald, 649449 Corporal R. Gaz. 22/2/18. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, 2188440 Sergeant A. N. Gaz. 17/6/18. 
M'Donald, 649449 Corporal R. Gaz. 28/12/17 
M'Intyre, 1006713 Sapper R. S. Gaz. 17/6/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Allister, Major A. L. Gaz. 28/5/18. 

MacDonald, Major A. T. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 11/7/19. 

MacDonald, Lieutenant-Colonel J. B. L. Gaz. 25/12/17. 

M'Donnell, Lieutenant-Colonel The Hon. A. Gaz. 28/5./18; 11/7/19. 

ARMY SERVICE CORPS. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
M'Kean, Major Frederick Thomas. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Military Medal. 
MacDonald, 512105 Driver A. Gaz. 1/7/19. 



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MacDonald, 30468 S. /Sergeant-Major D. F. Gaz. 9/7/20. 

During the period of 8th/10th August, 1918. Near Havgard whilst 
collecting wounded, worked continuously day and night and displayed 
exceptional courage and resource in directing horsed ambulances searching 
for wounded. He was undoubtedly responsible for saving many lives. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
M'Kean, Major F. T. Gaz. 25/12/17. 

ORDNANCE CORPS. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
Donaldson, Major Robert Loggie Masterson. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Donaldson, Major R. L. M. (Staff). Gaz. 2/1/17; 1/6/17. 

ARMY MEDICAL CORPS. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Donaldson, Lieutenant-Colonel Anson Scott. Gaz. 3/6/18. 
Bar to D.S.O. Gaz. 10/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This officer was in charge 
of the evacuation of the forward area, and showed great initiative in 
establishing dressing stations and collecting posts directly in rear of the 
advancing infantry. He kept in touch with the battalion and succeeded 
in evacuating the casualties almost as soon as they occurred, in spite of 
heavy machine gun and shell fire. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant-Colonel Ronald Hugh, M.C. 4th Field Ambulance. Gaz. 
30/5/19. 

M'Kechnie, Major David William. No. 6 Field Ambulance. Gaz. 29/11/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. While preparing an 
advanced dressing station in a village, it was subjected to an intense 
bombardment, but he remained at his post dressing the wounded and 
refused to take underground cover. 

Military Cross. 

M'Ahster, Captain William Jonas. Gaz. 18/8/16. 

For gallantry and devotion to duty in attending wounded under very heavy 
shell fire. Though blown up and badly shaken he continued his work 
which at all times has been splendid. 

M' Donald, Captain (now T. /Major) Ronald Hugh. Gaz. 17/7/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. One of our aeroplanes 
was shot down, the observer was wounded and pinned beneath the wreck. 
This officer and a bearer went out in full view of the enemy who were 
shelling the machine, and extricated the man and removed him to safety. 
He himself was severely wounded while doing so. 



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M'Kechnie, Captain Malcolm Archibald. Gaz. 5/11/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He worked with untiring 
perseverance in evacuating the wounded from the field of action, under 
heavy fire, until he was seriously wounded himself. It was largely due to 
his efforts and self-sacrifice that the casualties were so successfully and 
rapidly evacuated from the area. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 223 Private D. K. Gaz. 4/10/18. 

Maclntyre, 530068 Private A. S. 8th Field Ambulance. Gaz. 7/2/19. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
Macdonald, 33121 Sergeant (C./S. /Sergeant) H. Gaz. 3/6/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donaldson, 1607 Private A. Gaz. 4/1/17. 

Donaldson, Lieutenant-Colonel A. S. Gaz. 18/6/15; 28/5/18. 

Donaldson, 1970 Private D. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Macdonald, Captain R. H. Gaz. 1/1/16. 

Macdonald, Captain R. St. J. (Staff). Gaz. 2/1/17. 

M'Donald, 33394 L. /Corporal W. Gaz. 18/6/15. 

ARMY VETERINARY CORPS. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
Donaldson, 27471 Sergeant G. Gaz. 17/6/18. 

CHAPLAIN SERVICE. 

Order of the British Empire. 
MacDonald, Rev. John Howard, D.D., C.B.E. Gaz. 15/4/19. 
MacDonald, Major The Rev. John Howard, D.D., M.B.E. Gaz., 7/1/18. 

Military Cross. 

MacDonald, Rev. Ewen John. Attached 19th Battalion, 1st Central Ontario 
Regiment. Gaz. 10/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He went over with the 
attacking troops. He assisted the medical officer with the wounded and 
worked untiringly with him all the time, with an utter disregard for his 
safety, frequently under heavy machine gun fire. He displayed the greatest 
valour and coolness, and his presence in the field was of the greatest value. 

MacDonnel, Hon. Captain Rev. Roderick Andrew. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

GENERAL. 
DIVISIONAL TRAIN. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 
Macdonald, 30004 Sergeant J. Gaz. 22/6/15. 



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R. G. TROOP. 

Military Medal. 
M'Donald, 154341 Corporal R. W. Gaz. 16/11/19. 

LABOUR CORPS. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, 79751 Sergeant J. (Formerly 31st Battalion Alberta Regiment). Gas. 
11/7/19. 

EMPLOYMENT COMPANY. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
MacDonald, 79751 Sergeant (A. /Company Sergeant-Major) J. Gaz. 17/1/19. 



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jSetarfounblanb Contingent- 



Military Medal. 
M'Donald, 230 Private P. Newfoundland Rifles. Gaz. 11/1/18. 



igeto Healanb- 

CAVALRY. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 11/905 Corporal (T. /Sergeant) A.< J. (Egypt). 2nd Battalion, 

Wellington Mounted Rifles. Gaz. 1/7/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macintyre, Captain E. Wellington Mounted Rifles. Gaz. 14/6/18. 
Ronaldson, 11/736 Sergeant B. (Killed). Wellington Mounted Rifles. Gaz. 

28/1/16. 

ARTILLERY. 

Military Cross. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant Archibald Campbell. Field Artillery. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

Military Medal. 

M'Connell, 2/436 Gunner G. Field Artillery. Gaz. 19/1/17. 
Macdonald, 2/1450 Gunner M. Field Artillery. Gaz. 8/12/16. 
M'Donald, 2/143 Gunner R. H. Field Artillery. Gaz. 14/8/17. 
Maindonald, 2,/2867 Gunner (Acting Bombardier) F. W. H. Field Artillery. Gas. 
14/8/17 ; Bar to M.M. Gaz. 13/3/18. 

ENGINEERS. 

Military Medal. 
Donaldson, 4/2072 Sapper M. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

INFANTRY. 

Military Cross. 

M'Alister, Captain Joseph Leo. Rifle Brigade. Gaz. 26/7/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty while commanding a 
company. He led two bombing attacks on an enemy sap with the object 
of closing a gap on his flank. His work was of a high order throughout. 
His party captured five machine guns. 



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Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant Alasdair. Otago Regiment. Gaz. H/10,/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in an attack. He led his 
platoon splendidly, bombing enemy posts, clearing saps and assisting the 
advance of the next platoon. In the enemy counter attack next day he 
was knocked down by the burst of a shell, but jumped on the parapet, 
followed by his men and rushed the enemy with bombs. He showed fine 
courage and brilliant leadership. 

Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant Murdo. Rifle Brigade. Gaz. 13/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led a silent raid 
against an enemy post, but was held up by machine gun fire, and had to 
withdraw. He then made a fine personal reconnaissance, reorganised his 
party and with great skill and determination again led them forward, 
rushing the post and capturing prisoners and two machine guns. 

M'Donald, 2nd Lieutenant Stuart Gordon. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

M'Isaac, 2nd Lieutenant Athol Richard. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He worked with the 
most untiring energy and determinalion for three days when in charge of 
a carrying party, whose duty it was to keep his battalion supplied with 
material from the brigade dump. It was necessary to make each trip 
under very heavy shell fire and it was due to his fine personal example that 
the supply was maintained. 

Distinguished Conduct Medal. 

MacDonald, 8/596 Private A. Otago Regiment. Gaz. 26/6/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He went out into No 
Man's Land in daylight with one man to reconnoitre a new enemy work 
which he had observed, and found five of the enemy holding a sniping 
post. He and his comrade at once attacked the post, killed one of the 
enemy and captured the remainder. He set a magnificent example of 
courage and initiative to his comrades. 

Military Medal. 

Donaldson, 7/1453 Corporal (L./Sergeant) G. A. H. 1st Battalion, Canterbury 

Regiment. Gaz. 11/3/19. 
M'Connell, 17/339 Corporal T. D. Gaz. 2/4/18. 
M'Donald, 24/1433 Sergeant A. Rifle Brigade. Gaz. 25/1/18. 
M'Donald, 47917 Private C. G. 2nd Battalion, Auckland Regiment. Gaz. 11/3/19. 
M'Donald, 8/3850 Private H. Otago Regiment. Gaz. 25/9/17. 
M'Innes, 26/610 Corporal E. J. 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Gaz. 21/1/19. 
M'Intyre, 24/1732 Sergeant C. E. 1st Battalion, Otago Regiment. Gaz. 7/2/19. 
M'Intyre, 9/1326 Private D. R. Otago Regiment. Gaz. 14/12/17. 
M'Intyre, 9/1626 Sergeant H. P. 2nd Battalion, Otago Regiment. Gaz. 1/7/19. 
M'Intyre, 45610 Private (T. /Sergeant) W. 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Gaz. 

7/2/19. 
M'Kean, 11/1570 Corporal W. Wellington Battalion. Gaz. 14/11/16. 
M'Kechnie, 12/4231 Sergeant J. 1st Battalion, Auckland Regiment. Gaz. 11/3/19. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
M'Donald, 24,/1134 Sergeant E. J. Rifle Brigade. Gaz. 17/6/18. 



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Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Coll, Captain A. B. (killed). Gaz. 2/1/17. 

M'Donald, 23/1315 C.Q.M.S. F. E. Rifle Brigade. Gaz. 28/5/18. 

Ronaldson, 24/1800 Corporal A. C. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 
M'Donald, 3521-1 Rifleman Thomas Cecil. Rifle Brigade. Gas. 14/12/17. 

MACHINE GUN CORPS. 

Military Medal. 
M'Kane, 6/1913 Sergeant A. H. Gaz. 14/12/17. 

MEDICAL CORPS. 

Order of the British Empire. 

Macdonald, Major (T. /Lieutenant-Colonel) William Marshall, M.B. Commander 
of the Military Division. Gaz. 31/12/18. 

CHAPLAIN'S DEPARTMENT. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
MacDonald, Rev. A. Gaz. 28/1/16. 



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€a£t Africa. 



Mentioned in Despatches. 
MacDonald, Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel A. C. Gaz. 8/2/17. 



i£>outf) Africa* 

Military Cross. 

Donald, Captain Joseph Entwisle. Gaz. 13/2/17. 

M' Donald, Captain Albert William Harvey. Gaz. 20/10/16. 

Military Medal. 

M'Donald, 13351 Private C. A. Infantry. Gaz. 10/9/18. 
Macdonald, 8591 Sergeant D. Gaz. 9/7/17. 
M'Donald, 6815 Sergeant W. S. Infantry. Gaz. 8/12/16. 
MTnnes, 6462 Sergeant N. Infantry. Gaz. 10/9/18. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, Volunteer Rev. A. Gaz. 13/3/18. 

M'Donnell, 1001 Coy./Q.M. Sergeant C. F. Nat. Lab. Corps. Gaz. 9/12/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, Captain J E. Infantry. Gaz. 8/2/17. 

Donaldson, 1733 Driver A. E. Gaz. 8/2/17. 

Donaldson, 249 S.M. D. Medical Corps. Gaz. 9/1/20. 

Donaldson, Captain J. Veterinary Corps. Gaz. 8/2/17. 

M'Coll, Captain A. Field Post and Telegraph Corps. Gaz. 22/8/18. 

M'Donald, T. /Captain J. S. Gaz. 5/6/19. 

Macdonald, 14038 Sergeant P. B. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

M'Kechnie, 1056 Scout R. Van Deventer's Scouts. Gaz. 8/2/17. 



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Wbt ^rttfei) OTest SnDtes ftestmettt. 

Military Medal. 
M'Donald, 4136 Sergeant D. G. (Clarendon, Jamaica). Gaz. 18/10/18. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, 1719 Sergeant (A./Coy./S.M.) F.H.E. Gaz. 19/9/19. 
MacDonald, 1720 Private (A./C.Q.M.S.) G. A. Gaz. 15/9/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Donald, 1719 Sergeant (Acting Coy. Sergeant-Major) F.H.E. Indian Army,. 

Inland Water Transport. Gaz. 8/3/18 ; 9/1/20. 
M'Donald, 1720 Sergeant (Acting Coy. Quartermaster-Sergeant) G.A. Indian 

Army, Inland Water Transport. Gaz. 8/3/18. 



OTest Africa. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, T. /Sergeant A. Nigeria Railway (late Scots Guards) West African 
Front Force, Nigerian Regiment. Gaz. 30/5/16. 



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STAFF. 

Order of the British Empire. 

M' Donald, Engineer-Commander Archibald Anthony. Royal Indian Marine. 
Gaz. 7/6/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, Bt. Major H. Gaz. 8/3/18. 
Macdonald, Captain H. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

CAVALRY. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
Macdonald, Captain and Bt. Major Harry. Gaz. 26/8/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, Major H. Gaz. 27/8/18; 5/6/19. 
Macintyre, Lieutenant F. P. Gaz. 27/8/18. 

ENGINEERS. 

Order of the British Empire. 

Macdonald, Captain and Bt. Major Reginald Henry. To be officer of the Military 
Division. Gaz. 30/7/20. 

On the recommendation of the Indian Government for valuable services 
rendered in the field in the Afghan War 1919. To be dated 1st January, 
1920. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

MacDonald, W.R./309064 L. /Corporal (A. /Corporal) A. Inland Water Transport. 

Gaz. 9/1/20. 
M'Donald, 9474 Sergeant G. H. (K.O.S.B.) Signal Service, etc. Gaz. 8/2/17. 

INFANTRY. 

Order of the British Empire. 

Macdonald, Sub-Commander Hector Ian, Member of the Military Division. Indian 
Misc. List. Gaz. 19/10/20. 

For valuable services in India in connection with the war. 



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Distinguished Service Order. 

M'Cleverty, Captain Guy Massy, M.C. lst/2nd Gurkha Rifles. Mesopotamia. 
Gaz. 31/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty at Resht, Persia, on 20th 
July, 1918. He was in command of a relief party sent to extricate a force 
besieged in a building. He displayed great courage and initiative and it 
was mainly due to his resource and daring leadership that the relief was 
successfully accomplished. His work throughout the operations was of 
a very high order. 

MacDonald, Captain (T. /Major) Roderick William. Sikhs. Gaz. 22/12/16. 

Military Cross. 

M'Cleverty, Captain Guy Massy. Gaz. 24/8/17. 

M'Connell, 2nd Lieutenant Horace Lincoln Cyril. R. of O. and R.F.C. 

Gaz. 11/4/18. 
Macdonald, Captain Donald Theodore. Gaz. 24/8/17. 
Macdonald, 2nd Lieutenant Lewis John. R. of O. Gaz. 24/8/17. 
M'Lean, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) Arthur Macdonald. R. of O. (attached Sikh 

Pioneers). Gaz. 26/8/18. 

Promotions. 

M'Donnell, Major H. N. F. To be Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel. Gaz. 30/1/17. 
Macdonald, Captain H. To be Brevet Major. Gaz. 24/8/17. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, Lieutenant C. D. R. of O. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

M'Cleverty, Captain A. H. (Brigade Major). 29th Brigade (Staff), 2nd Rajput 

Light Infantry. Gaz. 24/3/16. 
M'Cleverty, Captain G. M. 2/2nd Gurkha Rifles. Gaz. 16/2/15; 14/8/17. 
M'Cleverty, Captain R. J. (killed in action). 47th Sikhs. Gaz. 16/2/15. 
Macdonald, Captain D. T., M.C. 125th Napier's Rifles. Gaz. 14/8/17; 5/6/19; 

10/2/20. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) L. J., M.C. Gaz. 5/6/19. 
M'Donald, Captain (T. /Major) R. W. 35th Sikhs. Gaz. 19/10/16. 
MTnnes, Coy. Sergeant-Major A. H.L.I. Gaz. 14/8/17. 
Mackain, Captain J. F. (killed in action). 34th Sikh Pioneers. Gaz. 16/2/15. 
Ronaldson, Lieutenant E. C. S. J. 7th Duke of Connaught Own Rajputs. 

Gaz. 11/7/16. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 

Macdonald, Captain Harry. Gaz. 31/8/17. 

Italian Silver Medal. 
Donald, Lieutenant Colin Dunlop. Gaz. 31/8/17. 

SUPPLY AND TRANSPORT CORPS. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Macdonald, Lieutenant L. T. R. of O. Gaz. 14/8/17. 
MTntyre, T./Sergeant J. S. Gaz. 9/1/20. 



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INDIAN MEDICAL SERVICE. 

Military Cross. 

Macdonald, Captain John Valentine, M.B. Gaz. 13./2/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He displayed great 

courage and determination in attending to the wounded under very heavy 
fire. He has previously done fine work. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Macdonald, Captain J. V., M.B. Gaz. 8/2/17; 20/1/20. 

MILITARY STAFF CLERKS. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 

M'Donald, 9126 Sergeant W. H. Gaz. 11/5/20. 
M'Donald, Sergeant W. H. B. Gaz. 19/10/20. 

For valuable services in India in connection with the war. 

MILITARY ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

M'Crorie, 16140 Sergeant D. B. 1st (Garr.) Battalion Gordon Highlanders. Gaz. 
9/1/20. 

GOVERNMENT TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
MacDonald, 44669 Gunner (A. /Sergeant) A. R. Gaz. 9/1/20. 

MILITARY WORKS SERVICE. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Macdonald, Staff/ Sergeant W. O. Gaz. 14/8/17. 

INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE. 

Order of the Indian Empire. 

Donald, James. To be Companion. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Secretary to the Government of Bengal, Financial Dept., and an additional 
member of the Council of the Governor for making laws and regulations. 



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domett. 



Order of the British Empire. 

Officers. 

Macdonald, Mrs. Sheena. British Red Cross, Marylebone Division. Gaz. 7/1/18. 
Macdonald of the Isles, Miss Celia. Gaz. 27/6/19. 

Members. 

Donald, Mrs. Cecile, Commandant, Chadwick Auxiliary Hospital, Carlisle. 

Gaz. 7/6/18. 
Donald, Miss Ethel Maude. Ministry of Munitions. Gaz. 7/6/18. 
Donaldson, Mrs. Ada Maud. Gaz. 4/10/18. 
Macdonald, Mrs. Amy Beatrice. K.O.S.B. Prisoners of War Fund. Hon. 

Secretary. Member of the Civil Division (M.B.E.) Gaz. 26/3/20. 
Macdonald, Miss Elsie Hay, Member of the Civil Division (M.B.E.) Salisbury Sub- 
Committee of the Wiltshire War Pensions Committee. Hon. Secy. Gaz. 

26/3/20. 
M'Coll, Miss Henrietta Sutherland, Unit Admtr., Q.M.A.A.C. Member of the 

Military Division. Gaz. 30/5/19. 
Macdonald, Miss Eva Flora Caroline. Gaz. 7/1/18. 
MacDonald, Mrs. Flora Emma. Gaz. 27/6/19. 
Macdonald, Miss Florence. Gaz. 7/1/18. 
Macdonald, Mrs. Johanna Margaret. Worker for Scottish Churches Huts in France. 

Member of the Civil Division (M.B.E.) Gaz. 26/3/20. 
Macdonald, Miss Margaret Clare. Private Secretary to the Military Secretary, 

War Office. Member of the Civil Division (M.B.E.) Gaz. 26/3/20. 
MacDonald, Miss Marian Louie, W.R.N.S. Gaz. 9/5/19. 
MacDonald, Mrs. Mina, Heliopolis, Egypt. Gaz. 27/6/19. 
M'Donald, Miss Rebecca Anne. Gaz. 19/10/20. 
M'Donnell, Miss Mysie, Heliopolis, Egypt. Gaz. 27/6/19. 

Royal Red Cross. 

1st Class. 

Macdonald, Miss A., Acting-Matron. T.F.N. S., 1st Class. Gaz. 23/2/17. 

Macdonald, Miss Margaret Clothilde. 1st Class. Gaz. 1/1/16. 

M'Donald, Miss Janet M'Gregor, Nursing Sister. C.A.M.C. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

2nd Class. 

Donald, Sister Annie. Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. Gaz. 24/10/17. 

Donald, Miss L. Nursing Staff of Military and War Hospitals. Gaz. 2/6/16. 

Donald, Miss M. Gaz. 3/6/16. 

Donaldson, Acting-Sister Edith Victoria. Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. (Australia). Gaz. 

1/1/18. 
Donaldson, Sister Miss Katherine Minnie. Australian A. N. S. Gaz. 30/5/19. 
M'Allister, Sister (Acting Matron) Miss E. L. Q.A. I.M.N. S. Gaz. 2./6/16. 
M'Connell, N. /Sister Miss Rachel. Canadian Army Medical Corps. Gaz. 30/5/19. 
Macdonald, Miss A. Nursing Staff, of Civil Hospitals. Gaz. 2/6/16. 



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Macdonald, S. /Nurse Alice, Edinburgh War Hospital. Gaz. 31/7/19. 
Macdonald, Nurse Miss Beatrice. U.S. Nursing Corps. Gaz. 3/6/18. 
MacDonald, Staff Nurse Miss Eliza. Voluntary Aid Detachment. Gaz. 30/5/19. 
Macdonald, Supt. Nurse Elizabeth Mackay. Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. Gaz. 24/10/17. 
M'Donald, S. /Nurse Miss Eva Isobel. Australian A. N. S. Gaz. 31/12/18. 
MacDonald, Sister Harriet, Michie Hospital, London. Gaz. 9/4/19. 
Macdonald, Assistant-Matron Helen Telford. Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. Gaz. 31/7/19, 
M'Donald, Nurse Miss Helen Wightman. Voluntary Aid Detachment. Gaz. 

30/5/19. 
MacDonald, Nursing-Sister Hilda Havergal. C.A.M.C. Gaz. 24/10/17. 
Macdonald, Sister J. T.F.N. S. Gaz. 23/2/17. 
Macdonald, Sister J. M. C.A.N.S. Gaz. 1/1/17. 

M'Donald, Sister Miss Jessie Buchanan. Australian A.N.S. Gaz. 31/12/18. 
Macdonald, Sister Louise, Canadian General Hospital, Bramshott. Gaz. 31/7/19. 
MacDonald, Sister Margaret. Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. Gaz. 25/2/18. 
MacDonald, Nursing Sister Miss Margaret. Canadian A.M.C. Gaz. 31/12/18. 
Macdonald, Matron Mary, Potters Bar, Herts. Gaz. 4/4/19. 
Macdonald, Miss Mary Alix, Sister-in-Charge. Princess Louise Special Military 

Surgical Hospital, Chailey, Sussex. Gaz. 13/2/20. 
M'Donald, Staff-Nurse Mary Scott. Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. Gaz. 1/1/18. 
M'Donald, Sister Sadie Charlotte. Australian A.N.S. Gaz. 3/6/18. 
MacDonnell, Matron Annie Maud, R.R.C., R.C. Auxiliary Hospital, Perth. Bar. 

Gaz. 6/8/19. 
M'Innes, N. /Sister Miss Minnie. Canadian Army Medical Corps. Gaz. 30/5/19. 
MTntyre, Miss M. Nursing Staff of Military and War Hospitals. Gaz. 2/6/16. 
Maclsaac, Matron Miss Sarah Catherine. Canadian Army Medical Corps. Gaz. 

31/12/18. 

Samaritan Cross. 
Macdonald, Staff Nurse Nina. Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. Gaz. 4/5/20. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donald, Sister A., A.R.R.C. Q.A.I. M.N.S.R. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

MacDonald, Matron A., R.R.C. Attached No. 55 General Hospital. Gaz. 30/12/18. 
MacDonald, S. /Nurse A. M. Attached 20th Cas. Clg. St. Gaz. 30/12/18. 
M'Donald, Acting Sister Miss C. (Glasgow Royal). Gaz. 29/5/17. 
MacDonald, Sec. Leader Miss E., Royal Red Cross Society. Gaz. 30/12/18. 
MacDonald, Nurse F. Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. Attached 24th General Hospital. Gaz. 

10/7/19. 
MacDonald, S./Nurse F. M. Gaz. 22/1/19. 

Macdonald, Nurse Miss H. W. Voluntary Aid Detachment. Gaz. 25/5/18. 
MacDonald, 31428 Miss J. L. Q.M.A.A.C. Gaz. 10/7/19. 
MacDonald, Nursing-Sister (A. /Matron) J. M'G., R.R.C. Attached 3rd General 

Hospital. Gaz. 11/7/19. 
Macdonald, Staff Nurse Miss M. New Zealand Contingent, Army Nursing Service. 

Gaz. 11/1/18. 
Macdonald, Miss M. New Zealand Forces. Gaz. 4/10/18. (Amendments). 
Macdonald, Sister Miss M. Canadian Nursing Service. Gaz. 28/5/18. 
MacDonald, Sister Miss M. Q.A.I. M.N.S.R. Gaz. 8/3/18. 

Reserves. Gaz. 8/3/18. 
M'Donnell, Staff Nurse Miss M. New Zealand A.N.S. Gaz. 11/1/18. 
M'Donnell, Miss M. New Zealand Forces. Gaz. 4/10/18. (Amendments). 



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M'llwraith, Staff Nurse Miss M. Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. Gaz. 1/12/16. 

Macllwrath, Staff Nurse Miss C. A. Q.A.I. M.N.S.R. Gaz. 11/1/18. 

M'llwrath, Staff Nurse Miss M. J. A. Territorial Force, Nursing Service. Gaz. 

20/7/17. 
M'Innes, Acting Sister Miss A. Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. Gaz. 2/1/17. 
MacLaverty, S./Nurse Miss M. Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. Gaz. 9/1/20. 

Medaille des Epidemies (French). 

Macdonald, N./S. Miss Jean Alexandrina. By the President of the French 

Republic. Gaz. 7/3/19. 
Ronaldson, A.R.R.C. A. /Sister Miss Mary Frances. Civil Hospital Reserve, 

Nottingham General Hospital (attached 12th Stationary Hospital). Gaz. 7/3/19. 

Brought to Notice of Secretary of State for War. 

Government of India have forwarded the following names for valuable 
service (brought to notice by Sergeant A. A. Barrett, K.C.B. &c.) during 
the operations against the Mahsuds, March/August 1917. 

M'Allister, Staff Nursing Sister A. Medical Services, India. Gaz. 18/5/18. 

Macdonald, S./Nurse Miss J. Q.A.I.M.N.S.R. Gaz. 3/9/18. 



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Ctbtltantf- 

Order of the Bath. 

Macdonald, Sir John Hay Athole. Knight Grand Cross. Gaz. 3/6/16. 
Macdonald, George, Esq. Gaz. 1/1/16. 

Order of the British Empire. 

Commanders. 

Donaldson, Norman Patrick, Esq. Clyde Anti-Submarine Committee. Vice- 
Chairman. Commander of the Civil Division. (C.B.E.) Gaz. 26/3/20. 

M'Donald, Allan Macdonald, Esq. Commander. Gaz. 2/11/20. 

MacDonald, Ronald Macintosh, Esq., N.Z. War Contingent, London. Commander. 
Gaz. 27/6/19. 

M'Donell, Major ^Eneas Ranald of Glengarry, O.B.E. British Vice-Consul at Baku. 
Commander of the Civil Division. (C.B.E.) Gaz. 26/3/20. 

Officers. 

Donald, Duncan, Esq., Supt. of Police, Punjab. Officer. Gaz. 3/6/19. 
MacAllister, Sir John Young Walker. RoyaU Society of Medicine. Secretary. 

Officer of the Civil Division. Gaz. 26/3/20. 
M'Connell, William Alexander, Esq. Leinster and Connaught Provincial War 

Savings Committee. Joint Secretary. Officer of Civil Division. Gaz. 26/3/20. 
Macdonald, Archibald Campbell, Esq. Officer. Gaz. 22/3/19. 
M'Donald, Charles, Esq. Victor Tyre Company. Secretary. Officer of the 

Civil Division. Gaz. 26/3/20. 
MacDonald, George William, Esq. Officer. Gaz. 7/1/18. 
MacDonald, Hector Munro. Ministry of Munitions. Officer. Gaz. 7/6/18. 
Macdonald, James, Esq. Clerk to Manchester Guardians. Officer of the Civil 

Division. Gaz. 26/3/20. 
M'Donald, James Gordon, Esq. Rhodesian Munitions Committee. Officer. Gaz. 

15/3/18. 
M'Donald, Niel, Esq., M.B., Ch.B., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Officer of the Civil 

Division. Gaz. 27/1/20. 

For valuable services rendered in or connected with Military Hospitals, 
Territorial Hospitals, War Hospitals, etc., etc. ; or other duties of a 
similar nature in the United Kingdom during the war. 
MacDonald, Ranald. Comptroller of Customs. Officer. Gaz. 27/6/19. 
MacDonald, Rev. Robert Gordon, Y.M.C.A. Officer. Gaz. 7/6/18. 
M'Intyre, James Lewis, Esq., D.Sc. County Director for Aberdeenshire, and 

Vice-President of Cults Branch, British Red Cross Society. Officer of the 

Civil Division. Gaz. 26/3/20. 
Macintyre, John Andrew, Esq., M.B.E. H.M. Office of Works. Assistant 

Engineer. Officer of the Civil Division. Gaz. 26/3/20. 

Members. 

Donald, David Angus, Esq. Member. Gaz. 2/11/20. 

Donald, Robert, Esq., Junior. Banchory and Upper Deeside War Savings 

Committee. Secretary. Member of the Civil Division (M.B.E.) Gaz. 26/3/20. 
Donald, William, Esq. 'Member. Gaz. 7/1/18. 
Donald, William, Esq. Assistant Manager for Submarines, Messrs. Vickers, Ltd. 

Member. Gaz. 7/1/18. 



345 

Donaldson, George Lester, Esq. Member. Gaz. 15/3/18. 

M'Donald, Captain Alexander. Assistant Inspector of Guns, Ministry of Munitions. 

Member. Gaz. 7/1/18. 
Macdonald, Charles, Esq. Booth Employment Exchange. Manager. Member 

of the Civil Division (M.B.E.) Gaz. 26/3/20. 
M'Donald, Captain Charles James Lewis. Member. Gaz. 7/6/18. 
Macdonald, Herman Arthur, Esq., M.D. Alverstoke Auxiliary Hospital. Member. 

Gaz. 1/6/20. 
Macdonald, John, Esq., M.B., CM., J. P. Acting County Director, Fifeshire 

Branch, British Red Cross Society. Member of the Civil Division (M.B.E.) 

Gaz. 26/3/20. 
M'Donald, John, Esq. Melrose War Savings Committee. Secretary. Member 

of the Civil Division (M.B.E.) Gaz. 26/3/20. 
Macdonald, John, Esq. Highland Railway, Engineers' Dept. Chief Inspector. 

Member of the Civil Division. (M.B.E.) Gaz. 26/3/20. 
Macdonald, John Angus, Esq., J. P. Member. Gaz. 7/1/18. 
M'Donald, Reginald Henry, Esq. Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. Foreman Writer, 

Research Dept. Member of the Civil Division. (M.B.E.) Gaz. 26/3/20. 
Macdonald, Wilfrid Frank, Esq. Messrs. James Spicer & Sons, Limited. Chief 

Engineer. Member of the Civil Division. (M.B.E.) Gaz. 26/3/20. 
MacDonald of the Isles, Godfrey Middleton Bosville, Esq. British Red Cross 

Commission. Member. Gaz. 7/6/18. 
MacDonnell, Richard, Esq. Member. Gaz. 27/6/19. 
M'Donnell, Walter James, Esq. Staff Clerk, General Register Office. Member. 

Gaz. 7/6/18. 

Medal of the Order of the British Empire. 
Macdonald, D. M., Esq. Gaz. 7/7/20. 
M'Donald, James. Gaz. 8/1/18. 
M'Donald, James (ironwork erector). Gaz. 8/1/18. 
M'Donnell, James, Esq. Gaz. 11/6/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Donald, Hon. Sir J. S., K.C.I. E., C.S.I. Gaz. 18/5/18. 
Donald, Mr. P. S., Deputy Director of Works. Staff of Works Directorate. Gaz 

25/9/16. 
M'Donald, Mr. A. Indian Civil Service. Gaz. 28/7/19. 
M'Allister, D. Egyptian Government Official. Egyptian State Railways. Gaz. 

6/7/17. 
Macdonald, Mr. C. Master of Transport. Gaz. 27/8/18. 
Macdonald, D., Esq. Y.M.C.A. Gaz. 11/6/18. 
Macdonald, Mr. G. B., O.C., Stores Transport. British Red Cross Society. Gaz. 

29/5/17. 

Officier de Couronne (Belgium). 
Donald, Robert, Esq. Gaz. 20/5/19. 

Order of the Nile. 
Macdonald, Archibald D., Esq. Sub-Director Personnel and Equipment Dept., 

Ministry of Interior, Cairo. Gaz. 29/12/16. 
Macdonald, Sir Murdoch, K.C.M.G. Grand Officer. Gaz. 16/11/15. 

Order of the Indian Empire. 
Donald, John Stuart, Esq., C.S.I. , Knight Commander. Gaz. 3/6/15. 



346 

The following names, although not strictly of Clan Donald, have nevertheless a 
clan connection, and as the information regarding these, was, in many instances, 
furnished voluntarily by the persons concerned, or their relatives, it was decided 
by the Committee to include the names. 

The Committee desire to express their appreciation of the fact that there must be 
many thousands of people with Clan Donald connections, who might be con- 
sidered to have the right of inclusion in the book. The wide ramifications of 
the Clan have made the collection of such names a task far beyond the scope 
of the present work. 

Eopal iSabp* 

Order of the British Empire. 

Nash, Commander Walter Macdonald, R.N., H.M.S. " Canada." Gaz. 15/7/19. 
For valuable services as Gunnery Officer of H.M.S. " Canada," 1st Battle 
Squadron. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Holmes, Staff Surgeon James M'Alister. Gaz. 15/9/16. 

For the very efficient manner in which the wounded were attended to 
whilst under fire and subsequently. 

Commendation. 
Lawrie, Lieutenant-Commander Edward M'Connell Wyndham. Gaz. 15/9/16. 

ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
Borland, Commander John M'Innes, R.D. Gaz. 22/5/17. 

Legion of Honour (French). 
Borland, Commander John M'Innes, R.D. Gaz. 15/9/16. 

ROYAL NAVAL VOLUNTEER RESERVE. 

Military Cross. 

Macdonald-Fegan, T. /Sub-Lieutenant Kenneth Ian. Gaz. 15/1/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When his right flank 
was attacked he drove the enemy off and advanced his posts. With a 
few men he captured a machine gun, killing one man. He was suffering 
from the effects of gas poisoning at the time. 

Distinguished Service Medal. 
Hall, Sig. Douglas M'Donald, O.N. (Clyde) Z7. Gaz. 17/9/18. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
MacDonald-Fegan, T. /Lieutenant K.I., M.C. Gaz. 20/5/18. 



347 

ROYAL NAVAL AIR SERVICE. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
Shook, Flight Commander Alexander Macdonald, D.S.C. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Distinguished Service Cross. 

Shook, Flight Commander Alexander Macdonald. Gaz. 10/3/17. 

For exceptional gallantry and remarkable skill and courage whilst serving 
with the R.N.A.S. at Dunkirk during May and June, 1917, in repeatedly 
attacking and destroying hostile aircraft. 

MERCANTILE MARINE. 

Distinguished Service Cross. 
Dobbie, Captain George M'Donald. Gaz. 10/8/17. 



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Eopal &tr Jforce. 

Order of the British Empire. 

Martin, Squadron-Leader Norman Macdonald. Commander of the Military 

Division. (Somaliland). Gaz. 9/7/20. 
Eggar, Captain (A. /Lieutenant-Colonel) Thomas Macdonald. Officer of the 

Military Division. Gaz. 31/12/18. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
Donaldson-Hudson, Captain (T. /Lieutenant-Colonel) Ralph Charles. Gaz. 1/1/17. 

Military Cross. 

Arnot, T./2nd Lieutenant Arthur Alison MacDonald. Gaz. 22/6/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. While engaging hostile 
troops with bombs and machine gun fire he was attacked by a large number 
of enemy aircraft. He engaged hostile machines in a most gallant manner 
one of which he destroyed. On a previous occasion he shot down another 
enemy plane which fell in flames. During the last four months he has 
carried out offensive patrols at very low altitudes under adverse weather 
conditions with conspicuous skill and success. 

Distinguished Flying Cross. 

Walker, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) John M'Donald. Gaz. 7/2/19. 

On 9th October, 1918, during an artillery patrol this officer was on two 
occasions attacked by eight and two Fokker biplanes in succession. Dis- 
playing marked courage and determination, he drove off these attacks and 
continued his patrol far into the enemy country, engaging troops and 
transport from a low altitude with bombs and machine gun fire. On 
another occasion when on patrol he was attacked by several enemy 
machines, which he drove off, and most successfully completed his patrol. 

Air Force Cross. 
Shook, Captain (A. /Major) Alexander Macdonald, D.S.O., D.S.C. Gaz. 30/5/1!). 

Air Force Medal. 
Balls, 232626 Sergeant (Obs.) Hector Archibald Macdonald. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 

Donaldson-Hudson, Captain (T. /Lieutenant-Colonel) R. C. Gaz. 13/6/16; 2/1/17. 
Martin, Squadron-Leader Norman Macdonald, C.B.E. (Somaliland). Gaz. 

9/7/20. 

Croix de Guerre (French) Chevalier. 

Donaldson-Hudson, Captain (T. /Lieutenant-Colonel) Ralph Charles, D.S.O. Gaz. 
2/6/17. 



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LIFE GUARDS. 

Legion of Honour (French). 
Sinclair, Major Sir Archibald Henry Macdonald, Bt. Gaz. 1/5/17. 

YEOMANRY. 

Military Cross. 

Bonar, Lieutenant Alastair John MacDonell. (1/lst Herts. Yeo., 21st Corps 
Cavalry Regiment). Gaz. 9/12/19. 

ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
M'Leod, Major Norman Macdonald, M.C. Gaz. 28/12/17. 

Military Cross. 

Buchanan, 2nd Lieutenant (T. /Lieutenant) James M'Alister. Gaz. 21/11/16. 

Cumming, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) Stuart Ferrier M'Donald. (Attached Y/19th 
T.M. Battery). Gaz. 9/12/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and fine leadership during the attack near 
Beitriches on 6th November, 1918, when supporting the Infantry ad- 
vance in command of a section of mobile trench mortars. By daring 
forward reconnaissances he got his two guns up into action at close range 
and demolished strong points and machine guns. His coolness had an 
excellent effect on the work of his men. 

M'Leod, Captain Norman Macdonald. Gaz. 25/8./16. 

For conspicuous gallantry. When observing for his battery he came 
under fire of a party of the enemy at twenty yards range. He at once 
rallied the infantry around him, who were without an officer, and opened 
rifle and machine gun fire on the enemy. 

Ramsay-Maitland, Lieutenant (A. /Major) Keith Andrew. 

Lieutenant (A. /Major) Keith Andrew Ramsay-Maitland was the second 
son of Mrs. Ramsay-Maitland (Nee Teresa MacDonell of Keppoch). He 
was awarded the M.C. for "conspicuous gallantry " in action. He carried 
out a daring reconnaissance at great personal risk, the information obtained 
being of the utmost value. {Gaz. 11/11/16). He was subsequently 
awarded a bar to his M.C. for further gallant conduct and was killed in 
action, 4/10/17. 

Military Order of Aviz (Portuguese). 
Symington, Lieutenant Maurice Macalaster. (Special Reserve). Gaz. 3/10/19. 

ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
Brancker, Major James Donaldson Dulany. Gaz. 1/6/17. 



350 

CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
Browne, Major Frederick Macdonnell. Gaz. 24/3/15. 

Military Cross. 

Mather, T./Lieutenant Ronald M'Alister. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

For exceptional gallantry and coolness in action on 27th September, 1918, 
near Havrincourt. When all lines to battalion headquarters were broken 
he went forward under very heavy gas and shell fire and succeeded in 
restoring communications, which were urgently required at the time, all 
methods of visual signalling having failed owing to smoke and mist. 

Italian Bronze Medal. 
Carr-Harris, Lieutenant Gordon Grant Macdonnell. Gaz. 16/5/19. 

INFANTRY. 
THE ROYAL SCOTS (LOTHIAN REGIMENT). 

Military Cross. 

Loch, T./Captain Abram Donaldson. Gaz. 16/11/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in command of a 
raiding party. It was largely due to him and to his initiative that a success 
was achieved in spite of heavy fire. He showed himself throughout quite 
regardless of personal danger and imbued all ranks under him with the 
same spirit. 
Bar to M.C. Gaz. 7/3/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty from 28th September to 
20th October, 1918, from Zillebeke to East of Courtrai. He was on 
battalion headquarters and was invaluable in carrying out orders. On two 
occasions he carried out personal reconnaissances in very advanced positions 
under heavy machine-gun fire and brought back valuable information. He 
also twice accompanied the leading wave in order to report progress of the 
attack. He set a fine example to all. 

ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Shaw, T./Captain Archibald Douglas M'Innes. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 29/11/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and fine leadership in an attack. In thick fog 
he led the leading Company successfully through to the final objective. 
When his company was held up by machine gun fire from a trench, he 
personally led a bayonet charge and captured the trench with twenty 
prisoners. He then pushed on and captured 120 prisoners besides killing 
many of the enemy. The success of the operation was largely due to his 
marked courage and determination. 



351 

Military Cross. 

Baird, 2nd Lieutenant Charles Donald. 2nd Battalion. Gaz. 26/7/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He commanded his 
platoon throughout nine days successive fighting and handled it during 
successive withdrawals with great coolness and ability. On one occasion, 
though first buried himself, he dug out several of his men who had been 
buried by shell fire. 

2nd Lieutenant Baird's nephew, Lieutenant John Donald Baird, served 
with the R.N.V.R., was wounded, and afterwards transferred to the R.A.F. 
He was accidentally killed at Ilford, 8/5/18. Another nephew, Captain 
John Donald Dunlop, R.S.F., was awarded the Military Cross for his 
gallant conduct at the last battle of Cambrai. Gaz. 3/6/19. 

ROYAL INNISKILLING FUSILIERS. 

Military Cross. 
Hammond-Smith, Captain Macdonald Freer. Gaz. 2/5/16. 

EAST LANCASHIRE REGIMENT. 

Military Cross. 

Colvin, T./2nd Lieutenant John M'Donald. Attached E. Lancashire Regiment. 
Gaz. 5/11/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and fine leadership during an attack. He led 
his platoon right forward and consolidated his position, capturing three 
machine guns. He laid the foundation of the very fine advance made by 
the battalion. He did splendidly. 

THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON'S (WEST RIDING REGIMENT). 

Military Cross. 

Honeyman, T. : /2nd Lieutenant Walter M'Donald. Attached 9th Battalion. Gaz. 
7/3/19. 

For conspicuous good service on the 4th November, 1918, during an attack 
on Futoy. Whilst in command of the first line of the attack, seeing that 
the company on his left were being held up by machine-gun fire, he pushed 
forward with a Lewis gun section and outflanked the enemy position, thus 
enabling the advance to continue. Later when all officers in his company 
had been killed, he took command and gained his objective. Throughout 
he set a fine example of determined courage. 

THE ESSEX REGIMENT. 

Military Cross. 
Banks, T./Captain Thomas Macdonald. Gaz. 26/4/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led the left assault- 
ing company in a most gallant manner, and succeeded in capturing his 
objective in spite of strong hostile opposition. 

Croix de Guerre (French). 

Banks, T./Major (A. /Lieutenant-Colonel) Thomas Macdonald, D.S.O. M.C. 
Gaz. 3/1/19. 



352 
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REGIMENT. 

Military Cross. 

Pierson, Lieutenant (A. /Captain) John Eric Macdonald. Gaz. 11/5/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during a raid on the 
enemy's trenches. He, accompanied by another officer, with great 

personal courage reorganised the raiding party under very heavy fire. 
Later he effected a successful withdrawal under the most trying conditions. 

THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE'S OWN (MIDDLESEX REGIMENT). 

Italian Silver Medal. 
Gould, Captain Robert Macdonald. Gaz. 10/9/18. 

THE KING'S ROYAL RIFLE CORPS. 

Military Cross. 

Macdonald-Moreton, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) Norman Charles Henry. 3rd 
Battalion. Gaz. 14/9/15. 

For consistent good work in the trenches at Polygon Wood and Bellewarde 
Wood between 20th April and 14th May, 1915. On the nights of the 5th 
and 6th May he reconnoitred towards the enemy, and on the latter night dis- 
covering and giving warning of an attack. On 10th May when occupying 
the dam at Bellewarde Lake, after a six hours heavy bombardment, he re- 
pelled a German Infantry attack by the well directed fire of his Company. 

Warner, T. /Captain George MacDonald. 16th Battalion. Gaz. 1/1/17. 
Bar to M.C. Gaz. 31/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on the night of the 
23rd/24th September, 1918, near Villers-Guislain. He led his company 
with dash until he was severely wounded in the right leg, when he remained 
with his men, lying on a stretcher encouraging them, although in great 
pain. His cheerfulness and endurance were a fine example. 

Mentioned in Despatches. 
Macdonald-Moreton, Lieutenant (T./Captain) N.C.H. (Killed). Gaz. 1/1/16. 

THE YORK AND LANCASTER REGIMENT. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Pratt, Brevet-Major George M'Donald. Gaz. 3/9/15. 

For conspicuous gallantry during an attack on Hooge on 9th and 10th 
August, 1915. He was first into the enemy's position and rendered his 
commanding officer great assistance in the front line fighting. 



353 
THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Military Cross. 

Todd, Captain (T. /Major) William Macintyre. Attached M. G. Corps. Gas. 
14/8/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He commanded his 
company with the utmost ability and resource, promptly changing the 
position of his guns to meet varying situations and contributing very largely 
towards the successful holding of a captured position. His work has been 
excellent on previous occasions. 

Meritorious Service Medal. 
Clark, 15140 Sergeant D. M'Intyre. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

THE SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS (ROSS-SHIRE BUFFS, THE DUKE 

OF ALBANY'S). 

Military Cross. 

Brotherton, 2nd Lieutenant Andrew Donaldson. Special Reserve. Gaz. 23/11/17. 
For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He was severely wounded 
on the right thigh by a shell after making a reconnaissance. Knowing 
that it was essential that his report should be delivered he crawled back 
several hundred yards over ground swept by machine gun fire, but fainted 
before reaching battalion headquarters. When brought in he recovered 
consciousness and succeeded with great difficulty in delivering his report. 

Cameron, T. /Lieutenant Donald MacDonell. 8th Battalion, attached 1st Battalion 
(Mesopotamia). Gaz. 10/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He took charge of the 
Lewis guns of two companies who were holding a position dominated by 
the enemy. For over five hours he supervised the working of these guns 
with marked coolness, and by skilful handling knocked out an enemy 
machine gun which was causing many casualties. He then advanced with 
the two companies to the assault and during the barrage on the enemy's 
trenches proceeded close up, and covering with his revolver a number of 
the enemy, who were trying to escape, took them prisoners. 

THE GORDON HIGHLANDERS. 

Military Cross. 

Henderson, 2nd Lieutenant James Macdonald. Gaz. 24/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. He led a raiding party through 

uncut wire into the enemy's trench, himself killing one of the enemy. He 
displayed great courage and determination throughout. 
Bar to M.C. Gaz. 17/7/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He showed great skill 
and initiative in leading his men and later in taking command of another 
company. He reorganised both companies and consolidated the position 
under heavy shell fire, 



354 
THE QUEEN'S OWN CAMERON HIGHLANDERS. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Martin, 2nd Lieutenant Norman. 3rd Battalion. (Attached 1st Battalion). Gaz. 
7/12/15. 

For conspicuous gallantry and determination near Hulluch on October 
13th, 1915. During a bombing attack in a German communication trench 
one officer of the company was killed, another wounded, and three parties 
of bombers were all either killed or wounded. Second-Lieutenant 

Martin then commenced throwing bombs himself, after which he ex- 
pended all the rounds in his revolver, and continued to fire with a rifle. It 
was largely due to his coolness and courage that the barricade was held 
till more bombers had been obtained. 

PRINCESS LOUISE'S (ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS). 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Porteous, Captain Dick MacDonald. 1st Battalion. Gaz. 15/4/15. 

For conspicuous gallantry on many occasions throughout the campaign. 
His very great daring and total disregard of danger on reconaissance duty, 
especially at St. Eloi on 19th February, 1915, were most noticeable. 

MACHINE GUN CORPS. 

Military Cross. 

Chalmers, T. /Lieutenant (A. /Major) Archibald M' Donald. 41st Battalion. Gaz. 
7/3/19. 

For great courage and devotion to duty during the operations of the 
21st/22nd October, 1918, near Avelghem. Whilst in command of a 
machine gun company, hearing that the advance had been checked, he made 
continued reconnaissances of the situation under heavy fire. He was thus 
enabled to alter the disposition of his guns and bring very effective fire to 
bear at critical moments. He did excellent work throughout. 

THE LONDON REGIMENT. 

Military Cross. 

MacCormick, 2nd Lieutenant Ewen MacDonald. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry in action. He rallied his company with great 
courage and determination. He then went forward and reconnoitred the 
position, establishing two machine guns in advance of the line under very 
heavy fire. 

ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS. 

Distinguished Service Order. 
Beaumont, T. /Major Kenneth MacDonald. Gaz. 11/4/18, 



355 

ARMY MEDICAL SERVICE. 

Military Cross. 

Gregg, T./Captain Norman M'Alister, M.B. Gaz. 20/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during a raid. He un- 
tiringly attended to the wounded under heavy enemy fire until the last 
man was cleared, and showed great coolness and devotion to duty. He 
worked persistently throughout the raid in the open, and searched for any 
wounded that might have been overlooked. He behaved splendidly. 

Little, T./Captain Paul MacDonald, M.B. Gaz. 26/9/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He collected and 

tended the wounded under very heavy fire during three days and nights. 
He also went out under heavy shell fire and brought in two wounded 
stretcher-bearers, and was going out for two more when a shell fell and 
killed them both. 
Bar to M.C. Gaz. 20/9/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in attending to wounded 
in the front line under heavy shell, machine gun, and rifle fire. His 

example of coolness and devotion to duty caused a large number of 
wounded to be successfully evacuated from the front line. 

Wilson, T./Captain Donald M'Donald, M.B. Gaz. 24/8/17. 

TERRITORIAL FORCE RESERVE. 

Order of the White Eagle (Serbian). 
Cornford, Captain Francis Macdonald. 4th Class. Gaz. 6/9/18. 



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AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE. 
INFANTRY. 

Military Cross. 
Ellis, Captain Alexander Donaldson. Gaz. 5/3/18. 

ARMY MEDICAL CORPS. 

Military Cross. 
Steele, Captain David MacDonald. Gaz. 14/11/16. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He tended the wounded 
under very heavy fire and trying conditions with great courage and de- 
termination. It was due to his organisation and skill that the wounded 
men were successfully evacuated. 
Bar to M.C. Gaz. 15/1/18. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when in charge of the 
evacuation of the wounded from a whole divisional front during thirteen 
days' operations. On several occasions when it was impossible to bring 
casualties through by the existing route, he personally inspected the new 
line of evacuation on each occasion, and made admirable arrangements for 
getting them clear and avoiding further casualties. 



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STAFF. 

Order of St. Michael and St. George. 
Hogarth, Brig-Gen. Donald M'Donald, D.S.O. Gaz. 3/6/18. 

Medaille d' Honneur avec Glaives (en Vermeil). (French). 
Hogarth, Brig-Gen. Donald M'Donald, C.M.G., D.S.O. Gaz. 2/11/20. 

By H.M. the King of Montenegro, Order of Danilo, 2nd Class. 
Hogarth, Brigadier-General Donald M'Donald, D.S.O. Gaz. 8/11/18. 

CAVALRY. 

Military Cross. 
Colville, Captain Francis Hilary M'Donnell. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

ARTILLERY. 

Military Cross. 
Dunlop, T. /Captain Hugh M'Donald. Gaz. 11/1/16. 

INFANTRY. 

Distinguished Service Order. 

Steel, Major Francis Macdonald. Gaz. 1/6/17. 

Urquhart, Major Hugh Macintyre, M.C. Gaz. 17/7/17. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He showed remarkable 
tactical skill in preparing instructions for an attack, and when the attack 
had proved successful he displayed great coolness and bravery in selecting 
positions to be held and indicating action to be taken the whole time 
under very heavy fire. He rendered a full and complete report of the 

situation on his return to Brigade Headquarters. 
Bar to D.S.O. Gaz. 10/1/19. 

For distinguished service and gallantry on several occasions. He had the 
difficult task of taking the formidable positions of three woods, all of which 
he captured at the right time. He showed leadership and skilful handling 
of the highest order, and outmanoeuvred the enemy. On subsequent 
occasions he made daring personal reconnaissances, which resulted in com- 
plete defeat of the enemy. On the last enterprise he was severely wounded. 



357 
ARMY MEDICAL CORPS. 

Military Cross. 

Robb, Captain Wesley M'Connell. 1st Central Ontario Regiment (attached 2nd 
Canadian Mounted Rifle Battalion). Gaz. 31/1/19. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on the Scarpe front from 
26th/29th August, 1918. Shortly after zero his advance dressing station 
was blown in by shell fire. Though dazed and partly buried, he 

immediately dug his orderly out. He then followed the battalion in the 
attack, organising stretcher squads from prisoners, and evacuating serious 
cases with the least possible delay. He several times attended serious cases 
in the firing line. 



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ARTILLERY. 

Military Cross. 
Richmond, Captain James Macdonald. Gaz. 2/6/16. 



Wt&t Africa- 



Military Cross. 
Beck, T. /Lieutenant David MacDonald Herbert. Nigeria Regiment. Gaz. 26/3/18. 



Sntrtan SIrmp- 

INFANTRY. 

Order of the Indian Empire. 

Tyler, Lieutenant (T. /Captain) Henry Harry Francis Macdonald. CLE. Reserve 
of Officers. Gaz. 30/5/19. 

Military Cross. 
Lockhart, Captain Rob MacGregor Macdonald. Sikhs. Gaz. 5/3/18. 



358 

Royal Red Cross. 

Forrest, Nursing Sister Miss Anne M'Innis. 1st Class. Gaz. 1/6/17. 
Aitkin, Acting- Sister Mary Macdonald, Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. 2nd Class. Gaz. 1/6/17. 
Baxter, Sister Miss Jessie Macdonald, A.A.N.S. 2nd Class. Gaz. 31/12/18. 
M'Lennan, Sister Miss Christina M'Donald, Q.A.I. M.N. S.R. 2nd Class. Gaz. 
30/5/19. 

Medaille des Epidemies (French). 

Wright, Acting Sister Annie M'Donald, A.R.R.C. Q.A.I. M.N. S.(R.) Gaz. 
29/6/20. 



359 

INDEX 



Dedication, 

Preface, 

Historical Foreword, 



Page 
5 

7 
9 



THE ROLL OF HONOUR. 

Royal Navy, 

Royal Marines, 

Royal Marine Light Infantry, 

Royal Naval Reserve, 

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 

Mercantile Marine Reserve, 

Mercantile Marine (Merchant Ships), 

Royal Flying Corps, 

Royal Air Force, 

Army. 

Household Cavalry, 

Cavalry of the Line, 

Yeomanry, 

Imperial Camel Corps, 

Roval Regiment of Artillery (R.H.A. and 

R.F.A.), 
Royal Garrison Artillery, 
Corps of Royal Engineers, 
Grenadier Guards, 
Scots Guards, 
Irish Guards, 

Royal Scots (The Lothian Regiment), 
Queens (Royal West Surrey Regiment), 
The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), ... 
The King's Own (Royal Lancaster 

Regiment), 
Northumberland Fusiliers, 
The Royal Warwichshire Regiment, 
The Royal Fusiliers (City of London 

Regiment), 
The King's Liverpool Regiment, 
Norfolk Regiment, 
Lincolnshire Regiment, 
Devonshire Regiment, 
Prince Albert's Somerset Light Infantry, 
The Prince of Wales' Own West Yorkshire 

Regiment, 
East Yorks Regiment, 
Bedfordshire Regiment, 
Leicestershire Regiment, 
Royal Irish Regiment, 
Alexandra, Princess of Wales' Own 

Yorkshire Regiment, 
The Lancashire Fusiliers, 
The Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
The Cheshire Regiment, 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 
The South Wales Borderers, 
The King's Own Scottish Borderers, 
The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 
The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, ... 
The Gloucester Regiment, 
The Worcester Regiment, 
The East Lancashire Regiment, 

The East Surrey Regiment, 

The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 



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The Duke of Wellington's (West Riding 

Regiment), 108 

The Border Regiment, 108 

Royal Sussex Regiment, no 

The Hampshire Regiment, 110 

The South Staffordshire Regiment, ... no 
Prince of Wales Volunteers (South 

Lancashire Regiment), ... ... ... ill 

The Welsh Regiment, 112 

The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), ... 112 

Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, 119 

The Essex Regiment, ... ... ... ... 119 

The Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby 

Regiment), 120 

Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, ... 120 

Northamptonshire Regiment, ... ... 121 

Princess Charlotte of Wales Royal Bucks 

Regiment, 122 

The Queen's Own West Kent Regiment, ... 122 

The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 123 

The King's Shropshire Light Infantry, ... 124 
Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex 

Regiment), ... ... ... ... 124 

The King's Royal Rifle Corps, 126 

The Duke of Edinburgh's Wiltshire 

Regiment, ... ... ... ... 127 

The Manchester Regiment, ... ... ... 127 

Prince of Wales' North Stafford Regiment, 129 

York and Lancaster Regiment, ... ... 129 

Durham Light Infantry, ... ... ... 130 

The Highland Light Infantry, ... ... 132 

Seaforth Highlanders, ... ... ... 140 

Gordon Highlanders, ... ... ... ... 149 

The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, 156 

Royal Irish Rifles, ... ... ... ... 167 

Princess Victoria's Royal Irish Fusiliers, ... 170 

Connaught Rangers, ... ... ... ... 172 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess 

Louise's Own), ... ... ... 173 

The Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians), 181 

Royal Munster Fusiliers, ... ... ... 182 

Royal Dublin Fusiliers, ... ... ... 183 

The Rifle Brigade, 184 

Machine Gun Corps, Tank Corps, ... ... 185 

Hon. Artillery Co., London Regiment, Inns 

of Court O.T.C., 189 

Hertfordshire Regiment, ... ... ... 191 

Army Cyclist Corps, ... ... ... ... 191 

Royal Defence Corps, ... ... ... ... 191 

Royal Army Service Corps, ... ... ... 192 

Royal Army Medical Corps, ... ... ... 193 

Labour Corps, ... ... ... ... 194 

Royal Army Veterinary Corps, ... ... 195 

Royal Army Chaplain's Department, ... 195 

Royal Army Ordnance Corps, ... ... 196 

Corps of Military Police, ... ... ... 196 

Indian Army, ... ... ... ... ... 197 

Overseas Forces. 

Australia, ... ... ... ... ... 199 

Canada, ... ... ... ... ... 208 

Royal Newfoundland Regiment, ... ... 222 

New Zealand, ... ... ... ... ... 223 

South Africa, 227 



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Royal Navy, 

Royal Naval Reserve, 

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, 

Royal Naval Air Service, 

Mercantile Marine, 

Royal Air Force, ... 

Army. 

General Staff, 

Cavalry, ... 

Yeomanry, 

Lovat's Scouts, ... 

Scottish Horse, ... 

Royal Regiment of Artillery (R.H.A. and 

R.F.A.), 
Royal Garrison Artillery, 
Corps of Royal Engineers, 
Grenadier Guards, 
Scots Guards, 
Irish Guards, 
Guards Machine Gun Regiment, 
The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), 
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment 
The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), 
The King's Own (Royal Lancaster 

Regiment), 
The Northumberland Fusiliers, 
The Royal Warwickshire Regiment, 
The Royal Fusiliers (City of London 

Regiment), 
The King's (Liverpool Regiment), ... 
The Norfolk Regiment, 
Prince Albert's (Somerset Light Infantry), 
The Prince of Wales' Own (West Yorkshire 

Regiment), 
The East Yorkshire Regiment, 
The Leicestershire Regiment, ... 
The Royal Irish Regiment, ... 
Alexandra, Princess of Wales' Ow 

(Yorkshire Regiment), ... 
The Lancashire Fusiliers, 
The Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
The Cheshire Regiment, 
The Royal Welsh Fusiliers, ... 
The South Wales Borderers, ... 
The King's Own Scottish Borderers, 
The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), . 
The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 
The Gloucester Regiment, 
The Worcester Regiment, 
The East Lancashire Regiment, 
The East Surrey Regiment, ... 
The Duke of Wellington's (West Ridin 

Regiment), 
The Border Regiment, ... 
The Royal Sussex Regiment, 
The Hampshire Regiment, 
The Prince of Wales' Volunteers (South 

Lancashire Regiment), 
The Welsh Regiment, ... 



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The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), ... 267 

The Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, ... 268 

The Essex Regiment, ... ... ... ... 268 

The Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby's 

Regiment), ... ... ... ... 269 

The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, ... 269 
Princess Charlotte of Wales (Royal 

Berkshire Regiment), 269 

The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent 

Regiment), ... ... ... ... 269 

The King's Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry), 270 

The King's (Shropshire Light Infantry), ... 270 
The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex 

Regiment), ... ... ... ... 271 

The King's Royal Rifle Corps, ... ... 271 

The Manchester Regiment, 271 

The Prince of Wales' (North Staff. 

Regiment), ... ... ... ... 272 

The Durham Light Infantry, ... ... 273 

The Highland Light Infantry, ... ... 273 

The Seaforth Highlanders, ... ... ... 275 

The Gordon Highlanders, ... ... ... 278 

The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, ... 281 

The Royal Irish Rifles, ... ... ... 283 

Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers), 283 

The Connaught Rangers, ... ... ... 284 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess 

Louise's Own), ... ... ... 284 

The Royal Munster Fusiliers, ... ... 287 

The Royal Dublin Fusiliers, ... ... ... 287 

The Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's 

Own) 287 

Army Cyclist Corps, ... ... 287 

Machine Gun Corps, ... ... ... ... 288 

Tank Corps, ... ... ... 289 

Labour Corps, ... ... ... ... ... 289 

The London Regiment, ... ... ... 290 

Royal Army Service Corps, ... ... ... 291 

Army Medical Service, ... ... ... 293 

Royal Army Ordnance Corps, ... ... 297 

Royal Army Veterinary Corps, ... ... 298 

Army Chaplain's Department, ... ... 298 

Corps of Military Police, ... 298 

Gymnasia, ... ... ... ... ... 298 

Military Staff Clerks, 298 

Territorial Force Reserve ... 299 

Overseas Forces. 

Australia, ... ... ... ... ... 300 

Canada, ... ... ... ... ... 309 

Newfoundland Contingent, ... ... ... 333 

New Zealand, ... ... ... 333 

East Africa, ... ... ... ... ... 336 

South Africa, 336 

The British West Indies Regiment, ... 337 

West Africa, 337 

Indian Army, ... ... ... 338 

Women, ... ... 341 

Civilians, ... ... 344 

Additional Names, ... ... 346 

Index, 359 



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