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JOHN URQUHART, 

IRONMONGER, HOUSE FURNISHER, SEEDMAN, 

CYCLE AND MOTOR AGENT, &c, 

52 and 53 High Street, DINGWALL. 

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ROSS-SHIRE 

ROLL OF HONOUR 

(WITH SOOTER'S ROSS-SHIRE DIRECTORY). 



Portraits of Officers and Men 
on Active Service. 



19 T 5- 
Dingwall ; George Souter. 



CONTENTS. 



ROLL OF HONOUR AND DIRECTORY. 

Particulars 
on Page. 
Foreword (with Note® on l/4th Seaforths and the Ross 

Mountain Battery) v 

l/4th Seaforths Roll of Honour 1 

274th and 3/4th Seaforthis' Nominal Roll 65 

Errata 49 

Drafts to l/4th Seaforths 50 

Honours and Congratulations xiv 

l/4th Seaforths at Aubers Ridge xvi 

Casualty List of l/4th Seaforths 52 

Additional List of l/4th Casualties xviii 

l/4th Seaforths Carin at Neuve Chapelle xxxii 

Ross Mountain Battery xxxiii 

Roll of Rosis Battery and Ammunition Column 89 

Roiss Battery Casualty List xxxiv 

Ross-shire Roll of Honour by Parishes (other than 4th Sea- 
forths and Mountain Battery ) Sheet G 1 

KEY TO ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Officers. 

1/4th Seaforths. 

From Left to Right. 

1st Row (sitting). — Captain Blunt, Major Fraser, Major W. J. 
Robertson, Sir John E. Fowler, Bart. (Captain and Adjutant), 
Lieut. -Colonel Mason Maofarlane (in command), Major T. W. Cuth- 
bert, Captain Cameron, Captain Ian Forsyth, Captain Mackenzie. 

2nd Row. — Lieut. Pat Maclntyre, Lieut. Sutherland Graham, 
Lieut. Colin C. Cameron, Captain Truslove, Major Brodie, Lieut. 
Fraser, Lieut. Ronald Macdonald, Captain Budge, Lieut. Dewar, 
Captain Hogg. 

3rd Row. — Lieut. Wm. Dewar, Lieut. John Macmillan, Lieut. 
Railtom, Captain Gilbert Fraser, Lieut. Tennant, Lieut. Fitzroy, 
Lieut. Henderson, Lieut. Hope, Lieut. Brooke. 

2/4th Seaforths. 

Standing — Second-Lieut. Watt, Second-Lieut. Pender, Lieut, 
and Quartermaster Ferguson, Secofnd-Lieutenant Summers, Second- 
Lieut. Knight. 

Seated. — Captains Stewart, Findlay, Munroi, Lieut. -Colonel 
Matheson, Captain and Adjutant Wilkie, Captain Cameron and 
Mackinnon. 



3/ 4th Seaforths. 

Back Row. — Lieut. Roisis, Captain M. Mackenzie, Captain For- 
bes (Depot), Lieut. A. M. Macdonald. 

Front Row. — Captain and Adjutant Stewart, Lieut.-Cblonel 
Smythe, D.S.O., Lieut, and Quartermaster Gair, Lieut. A, Brodie. 

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DIRECTORY OF LEADING BUSINESS FIRMS. 



Particulars 
on Page. 
Automobile Engineers, Hires, Repairs, Supplies, Garage — 

Chapman & Co., Inverness 112 

Robertson & Porter, Dingwall Coil. Inset. 

Agricultural Implement Makers — Sella.r & Son, Huntly... 144 

Bakers — Murray, Dingwall 72 

Butchers — Fraser Brosl., Dingwalll 120 

Mackaiy & Son, Dingwall 134 

Stewart, Dingwall 302 

Chemists — Dewar & Hay, Dingwall 68 

Frew, Dingwall 130 

Hunter, Dingwall 138 

Corn Dressing Machines — Elsey, Edinburgh 8 

Cycles and Cars for Sale or Hire — Campbell, Dingwall 130 

Drapers — Young & Chapman, Dingwiaill and Inverness ... 108 

Engineers — Soaiter & Son, Elgin 84 

Farm Medicines — Montgomerie, Stobo, & Co., Glasgow ... 32 

Feeding Stuffs, Manures, &c. — Aberdeen Lime Co 148 

Bibby, Liverpool 80 

Mackenzie & Co., Inverness 156 

Wester Ross Agricultural Co 102 

Garden Requisites — TJrquhart & Co., Inverness xxvi 

Grocers — Low & Coy., Dingwall 120 

Grocers and Wine Merchants — Carr, Dingwall 44 

Maomilktin, Dingwall Back Cover 

Mackenzie, Dingwall Col. Inset. 

Maclean, Dingwall and Beauly xxxvi 

Hairdi-essing, Billiards— TJrquhart, Dingwall 48 

Horse Hirers — Gunn, Dingwall 36 

Macrae, Dingwiall 44 

Hotels — Garve Hotel, Garve xxvi 

Royal Hotel, Dingwall 36 

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Directory of Leading Business Firms— Continued. 

Newspapers — "The Ross-shire Journal " 4 

"The Scottish Farmer" 144 

Insurance — General Accident Fire and Life 96 

Roe s, Dingwall 64 

Interesting Books— Souter, Dingwall xxx 

Ironmongers— 

John Urquhart Front Cover. 

Painters and Glaziers — Mackenzie & Son, Dingwall 155 

Ross & Son, Dingwall 116 

Pianos — Souter, Dingwall xxiv 

Pens— -MacNiven & Cameron 124 

Photographer — Munro & Son, Dingwall 116 

Plumbers — Mackenzie & Sons, Dingwall 40 

Publishers — Parlane, Paisley 128 

Salesmen — Maccallum Broe Coil. Inset. 

Mackintosh & Coy Col. Inset. 

Saddlers — George Mackenzie, Dingwall 84 

Shoemakers — Mackenzie & Co., Inverness 101 

Mackenzie, Dingwall 130 

Maelennan, Dingwall 40 

Sheep Dips — Morris, Little & Son, Donoaister 160 

Sight Specialists and Oculists — Dewar & Hay, Dingwall 68 

Mackenzie & Co., Inverness 140 

Stationers — Bain, Strathpeffer xxxi 

Maclean, Dingwall xx 

Souter, Dingwall 16 

Stationery — AVarriston Kid 32 

Typist — Ross, Dingwall 88 

Tailors — D. Maolennan & Co., Dingwall 123 

Tobaccos — Thomson & Porteous ..• 106 

Watchmaker and Jeweller — Frew, Dingwall 134 

Weed Killer — Morris, Little & Son, Doncaster 157 

Wool Mills — Hunter, Brora 86 




Brigadier-General Ross, C.B. (of Cromarty), commanding 4th Brigade. 




L,t.-Col. D. Mason- Macfarlane, C.M.G., commanding 4th Seaforths (twice wounded) 




Captain and Adjutant Sir John Fowler of Braemore, Bart., 4th Seaforths 

(killed). 




The late Major Stirling of Fairburn and two sons. 





Lieut. John Stirling, Lovat Scouts. Lieut. W. A. Stirling, 5th Seaforths. 




Colonel A. R. B. Warrand, Ryefield. 





Captain Duncan Warrand, 
2nd Seaforths. 



Lieuts. H. M. Warrand (seated) 
and G. Collison, 3rd Camerons. 




Captain an 1 Adjutant the Marquis of 
Northampton, Royal Horse Guards 
(wounded early in war, but back at 
duties). 



Major A. Stirling (of Strathgarve), 
7th Seaforths (wounded). 




Lieut. -Col. A. F. Mackenzie (of Ord), 
ioth A. & S. Highlanders. 



Ex-Provost Frew, Dingwall, 
Sergeant, National Reserve. 




2/4th Seaforths at Dingwall. 




Presentation of Pipes and Drums to 2/4A Seaforths by people 
of Dingwall at G. Souter's Music Shop, Dingwall. 



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Lieut. Alan Fowler (Inverbroom), 
2nd Camerons (killed). 



Lieut. A. M. M 'Donald (Dingwall), 
3/4th Seaforths. 




Lieut. Hector Munro (Foulis), 
2nd Seaforths (gassed). 




Lieut. -Quartermaster D. Munro, 

2nd Seaforths 
(granted a Commission on the field). 





Captain Gilbert Fraser (Dingwall), 
I /4th Seaforths (wounded). 



Lieut. Roy AFKenzie, Conon House, 
Black Watch, killed. 





Lieut. H. C. S. Combe (Strathconan), 
Royal Horse Guards. 



Lieut. J. F. B. Combe (Strathconan), 
nth Hussars. 




Lieut. J. Norrie Anderson (Stornoway), 
R.F.A., Canadians. 




Capt. G. Mundell (Munlochy), 
Staff Mountain Battery. 



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Lieut. G. Macpherson, 
2/4th Seaforths. 



Capt. J. C. Macpherson, 
31st Battalion, Canadians. 



SONS OF KILTEARN MANSE. 





Lieut. Stanley Watson, 
1 2th Eattalion Cheshires. 



Lieut. Allan Watson, R.A.M.C. 
severely wounded in France. 




Motor Despatch Rider Corporal James Ross (Dingwall), i/ 4 th Seaforths. 





Pr T. N. M'Bean Ross, M.D., B.C. II. 
(Tain), of H.M.S. "Mars." 



Lieut. J. B. Mundell (Strathpeffer), 
Renfrew R.E.'s. &c. 








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Lieut. M'Lean (Malton Villa, 
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Lieut. M'Lennan (Schoolhouse, 
Conon), R.A.M.C. 



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Lance-Corporal G. N. Smith 
(Strathpeffer), London Scottish, 
wounded at Messines. 



Sergt. Bain, (Dochcarty, Dingwall] 
2nd Seaforths, wounded. 





Private Duncan Stewart (Knockfarrel), 
killed. 



Corporal A. Souter (Drynie, Dingwall), 
South Africans, wounded. 



Six sons of Mr W. Davidson, Fortrose, on active service. Mr Davidson 
received a letter of congratulation from the King. 




George. 




James. 





Finlay. 



Donald 




Mr and Mrs Campbell, Biidgend, Dingwall, have n sons and 4 daughters. 
Above are 4 of their sons on active service. 





Lieut. R. J. Finlayson (Dingwall), 
3rd H.L.I. 



Sergt. Mackenzie (Postmaster, Garve), 
in France with i/4th Seaforths. 



SOME DINGWALL BROTHERS IN THE i/ 4 th SEAFORTHS. 





Private D. M'Gi 



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Sergt. A. M'Gillivray (killed). 





L.-Corpl. Wm. Macdonald (killed). 



Sergt. Alick Macdonald. 



Some Dingwall Brothers in the Seaforths— Continued. 




Sergeant-Shoemaker K. Mackay (killed). 





Maxim Gun-Sergt. Hugh A. Ross. 



Armourer-Sergt. John M. Ross. 





Lieut. J. Broadfoot( Dingwall), 
'R.A.M.C. (T.) 



Lieut. K. M'Lennan (Rootfield), 
R.A.M.C. (T.), ist Division B.E.F., 
France. 





Sergt. H. A. Ross M'Lennan (Dingwall), 

Camerons, wounded and a prisoner 

in Germany. 



Private J. Kemp (Torridon), 
i /4th Seaforths (killed). 



Five sons of Mr and Mrs Moodie, Drumderfit, now on active service. 




Henry (Canadians). Clement (8th Camerons). 




Ralph (Lieut.), Gordons. 




Andrew (South Africans). Edwin (R.II.A.) 




Corpl. A. J. Davidson Sergt. Peter Campbell Sergt. D. Davidson 

(Dingwall), (Culnaskeach, Evanton), (Dingwall), 

i /4th Seaforths (wounded). Seaforths, killed. i/4th Seaforths. 





Major Robertson of Mounteagle, 
killed while leading i/4th Seaforths 
at Neuve Chappelle. 



Captain Budge (Rarachie), 
i /4th Seaforths (killed). 




Private A. Munro 
(Ullaptfol), killed. 




Corpl. Peter Brure 

(Tenahoun), 

;st Life Guards, killed. 



Coy. Sergt. -Major 
D. Fraser (Dingwall), 

i /4th Seaforths, 
died from wounds. 





Private John Innes (Invergorden), 2nd Seaforths 
First Invergordon man killed. 



Private Duncan Jack (Invergordon), 
killed. 





Piper T. D. Urquhart (Kildary), 
ist Seaforths, killed. 



Lieut. A. M -Andrew (Fodderty), 
Black Watch, killed. 




Corpl. John Mackay (Member Di.ig- 
wall Town Council). R.M.T. 





Lance-Corpl. G. Innes (Rosefarm), 
Seaforths, killed. 



Lance-Sergt. G. W. Hay, J /4th Seaforths. 





Private G. Grant (Dingwall), 
1 /4th Seaforths, wounded. 



Sergt. Colin Ross (Lochbroom), 
wounded. 




Pte. G. Finlayson (Dingwall), 
i /4th Seaforths, wounded. 



Pte. A. Brown (Dingwall), 
1 /4th Seaforths, wounded. 




Lieut. -Col. T. Wilkinson Cuthbert, i/4th Seaforths, awarded the 

Distinguished Conduct Order. 

When Lieut.-Col. Mason-Macfarlane was seriously wounded at the battle of Neuve Chappelle> 

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Private James Galbraith (Dingwall), 
1 /4th Seaforths, wounded. 




Private T. Birse, Bugler A. Burns, 
Alness. Alness. 




Corporal H. A. Grigor, Lovat Scouts. 



Lieut, M'Millan, if 4th Seaforths, 
killed. 





Colin Macrae (son of the Rev. D. Macrae, 
Edderton), i/4th Seaforths, died. 



Private G. Ellis (Conon Mains), 
I /4th Seaforths, wounded. 




Private J. K. Urquhart, R.A.M.C. 



Private William Ross (Maryburgh), 
the first i/4th Seaforth killed. 



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ROSS-SHIRE ROLL of HONOUR 



A FOREWORD. 

Completeness is not pretended in this Roll of Honour for 
Ross-shire. The Lews, for instance', it has been found impossible 
to deal with, except soi far as the Nominal Roll of the Ross Moun- 
tain Battery is concerned, a roll which only touches the fringe of 
the magnificent response which Lewsmen have made through the 
Royal Naval Reserve, the 3rd Seaforth Highlanders (Special Re- 
serve), and the various services in the Royal Navy and the 
Regular Army. Indeed the Lews well merits a separate roll for 
itself, and, it is understood, may yet receive it. 

With regard to the Mainland, the Roll of Honour, extensive 
as it undoubtedly is, re-mains nevertheless fair from being exhaus- 
tive. It is, however, as complete as active research and inquiry 
could make it, and the Editor expresses his thanks to many people 
who have assisted in its compilation. In order, however, to help 
in the task of compiling a roll yet more complete, additions and 
corrections are invited, and these' should be sent to the Editor of 
the "Ross-shire Journal," Dingwall, who has kindly consented to 
receive and classify the same. The information desired is as 
follows: — Rank, No., name in full, occupation, home address, name 
of unit, and casualties if any. Probably at a later date a fuller 
rod, with some record of the part the sons of Ross have borne in it, 
will be undertaken. 

Briefly, the scheme of the present Roll is toi give the (1) 
Nominal Rolls of the l/4th, 2/4th, and 3/4th Seaforth Highlanders, 
Ross-shire Territorials, (2) the Nominal Rolls of the l/4th and 
2/4th Ross Mountain Battery, with relative Ammunition Column 
forming part of the 4th Highland Mountain Brigade, R.G.A., 
Territorial Force, and (3) the Parish Rolls, so far as ascertainable, 
excluding men serving in the foregoing units. 

With regard to' the Nominal Roils of the Territorial units men- 
tioned, these are as nearly complete as it was possible to make 
them. They are given separately becausei, after all, in concrete 



A Foreword — Continued. 

form they show best how Ross-shire responded to the call to arms. 
Both the Seaforth and the Ross Mountain Battery Territorials 
offered complete' units for General Service, and both are now in 
the fighting line in two widely remote fie'lds of action, the one on 
the battlefields of France, the other somewhere in the Eaistern 
Mediterranean. 

Brief special chapters are devoted to these two last-named 
corps. 



M0BSU3ATIGN OF THE 1/4th SEAFORTHS. 



The outbreak of war found the Battalion somewhat under 
strength, but better organised than ever "before', thanks to the 
enthusiasm of the commanding officer, Lieut. -Colonel D. Mason 
Macfarlane, Craigdarroch, Ross-shire (wounded at Neuve Chapelle), 
and the excellent work of Captain Sir John Fowler of Braemore,' 
Bart., adjutant, and the officers and men. There was, however, a 
prompt response of men when the pre-arranged word, " Mobilise,' ' 
was flashed along the wires. Many former Territorials rejoined, 
officers and men, and many young fellows, some sacrificing lucra- 
tive appointments here at home, others in places in the South, in 
order to help to fill up the gaps in the County Territorial Battalion. 
Young men left businesses, the claims of which might excusably 
have held them fast ; some left the Avorkshops and the benches, 
others the counters, the desks, and the professions, readily giving 
all to the cause. These invariably all enlisted for foreign or general 
service, few restricted themselves to the alternative of " Home 
Defence." As for the Territorials who answered to the call under 
the conditions of enlistment, the response was complete, and very 
few men indeed exercised their right to restrict their service to 
" Home Defence" alone, but promptly took on for Imperial Ser- 
vice. Indeed there was a general wave of enthusiasm which never 
subsequently flagged, but rather became accentuated, to get, a.s 
early as possible, into the fighting line to help the British Expedi- 
tionary Force, so early tested far beyond its legitimate strength. 

The order to " Mobilise" was received at the Headquarters at 
Dingwalil on Tuesday evening, 4th August. It moved the old burgh 
to the core. A motor cyclist, with a side car, hurried a bugler 
through the town. The first shrill notes of "the assembly " 



Mobilisation of the 1/4th Seaforths — Continued. 

pierced the air. The hour was between 6 and 7 o'clock. Some who 
heard it restrained with difficulty their emotions. They already 
had thoughts of the fell toll «cf battle in such a war and for such a 
-cause., and visions of sons, not yet enlisted perhaps, whoi before 
long would be in the forefront of battle, falling in the struggle, to 
" return to Lochaber no more." 

The Headquarters company fell in briskly that evening, and 
were issued their orders for the morrow, and the men dismissed. 
Dispatch riders, on motor cycles, hurried north, east, south, and 
west with the Proclamation, which was carried to the remotest 
parts of the glens and bens of the County Pajatine. By the morn- 
ing of the next day, remote Ross-shire, so difficult of access to the 
more hum-drum affairs of life, knew, as sureily and as quickly as 
when the fiery cross blazed from hill to hill of old, that the War 
Lord of Europe had issued his fiat, and that war had come home 
to us all, and that our sons must answer the muster roll. 

Company by company the battalion assembled at Headquarters 
at Dingwall. In a day or two alll but some details necessary for 
Headquarter duties had gone North toi the shores of the Cromarty 
Firth. From the 5th to the 9th August the Battalion remained at 
Nigg, its numbers steadily swelling as Ross-shire lads arrived from 
the south and elsewhere' answering the' summons, rejoining, or 
enlisting for the first time. 

On Sunday, 9th August, the battalion returned from Nigg, 
preparatory to the second phase of the mobilisation instructions. 
Great crowds of people gathered in the county town and watched 
with interest the march of the battalion from the station to Head- 
quarters, and the subsequent processes of billeting. Later in the 
evening there was church parade to the Parish Church, where the 
Rev. J. R. Macpherson conducted a memorable service. 

On the 11th August the battalion left by a morning train for 
Inverness, from whence, after a short stay of five days, the 4th 
Seaforths left for the war station at Bedford. 

At Bedford, thanks to the excellent administration of the 
command, our Territorials were among the first battalions of all 
the Highland Division to be comfortably billeted in furnished 
houses among the middle and working classes of the town, and 
Bedford, with its various discomforts toi many, and the epidemics 
which hit ether units so hard, remained throughout a heaflthy, 
hospitable, and happy place to all ranks of the l/4th Seaforths. 

The battalion left Dingwall over 800 strong. The establish- 
ment demanded 1050. Ross-shire subsequently supplied a con- 



Mobilisation of the 1/4th Seaforths — Continued. 

siderable proportion of the shortage, and no fewer than 200 men; 
were promptly secured through the Headquarters of the Louden. 
Scottish, and ultimately about this number of lads, many of them. 
Scotsmen, more of them of Scottish descent, a goodly number of 
them Englishmen inspired by the sight of the tartans, the sound of 
the pibrochs and the traditions of the Seaforths, left with the regi- 
ment when the time came to proceed to the front. 

At Bedford the battalion underwent a fairly lengthy course of 
training on <a war footing. To particularise would probably be to 
reveal too much. But highly spoken of by Brigadiers, Divisional 
Commanders, and even higher military personages, it was early 
seen that the chances of the regiment getting early to the Front 
were certainly not inferior to that of any other corps in the whole 
Highland Territorial Division mobilised at the war station of 
Bedford. 

At length the order came, and ion 6th November the l/4th Sea- 
forths — for the 2/4ths had by then become more than nominal — 
marched through the historic streets of John Bunyan's town, in 
two detachments, and entrained at a military station for the seat 
of war. It was the first Territorial unit toi move off toi thei Front. 
It was a stirring day in old Bedford ; it was in many hearts a sad 
day to 1 not less romantic Ross-shire. " Mithers grat as they 
marched away." The people of Bedford, who had grown to love 
our Highland lads, were many of them moved to* deep emotion. 
But what of us in far away Ross-shirei seeking to visualise the 
scene, amid unfamiliar surroundings, with tender thoughts of loved 
ones, and the dread of all that might lie before; battling between 
our fears and our patriotism and our pride in the glory of our sons. 
But the boys left high in their hopes, resolute in their determina- 
tion, and their way-going was perhaps easier in the home of the 
strangers than it would have been here among the hills of Ross. 

Every man of the battalion who left Bedford on 6th November, 
1914, reached French soil in safety. The Navy of Britain then, as 
now, afforded our transports complete' protection over the narrow 
belt of water. 

At the outset the battalion was moved from one place to 
another, and saw a bit of France. For a time, consequent on an 
outbreak of scarlet fever, it was held in quarantine in the region 
of St Omer. Ultimately the battalion reached Ferfay, and by and 
by it was quartered in Richbourg, not far from the fighting line, 
and so it had its first sight of battle, and heard for a first time 
" the din of war." Presently it grew familiar with the conditions 



Mobilisation of the 1/4th Seaforths — Continued. 

of active warfare as represented by life in trenches under fire, and 
soon it had sterner work in the advance trenches, and the casualty 
list commenced toi tell that death and wounds are inseparable from 
battle, and we in Ross-shire had the first taste brought home to us 
■ctf " the real thing." 

The first man of the regiment to give his life for his country 
was a smart young private, a member of the great Highland Clan 
from which the County takes its name. Private William Ross, 
Maryburgh, was kililed in action while on trench duty. 

Between November and February there bad been a noticeable 
wastage, chiefly from sickness, and on 19th February the first 
draft for the Front left Bedford, under command of Captain Robert 
•de Cardonnel Findlay, Aultnamain (since killed), a gentleman well- 
known for his patriotism. The full list of the names of officers 
and men forming the draft are given separately, and it may be 
remarked in passing that in the actio<n in which the battailion so 
soon after engaged, no section suffered more severely than those 
ardent patriots who clamoured to get to the Front. Since then 
other three drafts have gone to the Front — there is never lack of 
volunteers for the honour — and at the present moment (June, 1915), 
it is up to the County toi see to it that the different battalions 
are maintained at strength. The 3/4th Seaforths, with Head- 
quarters at Dingwall, is feeder of both battalions, and by and by 
both may be found abroad perhaps in the same field, perhaps in 
widely separate parts of the world. 



1/4th SEAFORTHS AT NEUVE CHAPELLE. 



It is impossible to do> more than construct in outline the story 
of the part taken by our gallant County Territorial Regiment in 
t-he already famous advance: at Neuve Chape I lei. Letters from 
wounded men carry events up to the dramatic moment when bullet 
or shrapnel put a period to their personal knowledge ; other letters 
from the lines of the Ross-shires, written by men who passed scath- 
less through the events of the week supplement the tale. But 
while these communications arei vastly illuminating, and in the 
aggregate form a lurid picture of the fie»ld of battle, and are worthy 
of preservation among the records of a regiment so- famous in story, 



1 /4th Seaforths at Neuve Chapelle — Continued. 

there must yet remain for the future' historian a. fine field for yet 
more graphic description of all that our gallant lads — untried in 
battle — passed through, and not less must there be recorded due 
appreciation of their magnificent courage on several occasions when- 
the- conflict was at its height — about which few of them speak freely 
when no man knew, with comrades falling around him — officers and 
men — when the next bullet or the next bursting shell or falling 
bomb would send him to his last long account. 

From a mass of such letters as has been mentioned, the account 
of the six days from Monday, 8th March, till Saturday, 13th March, 
is given, with free excerpts from such letters dealing with parti- 
cular incidents on the twoi notable dates — Wednesday 10th and 
Thursday 11th. Names of correspondents are withheld. Doubtless 
they would add to the personal interest of the narrative, but the 
men have no craving for personal publicity. Taking up the story 
in chronollogical order, the record begins with 

MONDAY, 8th MARCH. 

On the evening of the 8th the Battalion were in the trenches. 
Their duty — dangerous to a degree — was toi prepare for sterner 
work to come. 

Earlier letters reflect a. steady yet almost imperceptible pre- 
paration for events to come. There was an imperceptible some- 
thing in the air forecasting stirring times, and not a few corre- 
spondents wrote, some vaguely, others confidently, of " big 
things " not far away in point of time or place. 

TUESDAY, 9th MARCH. 

On this morning the Battalion turned in at 5 a.m., and at 10 
ai.m. breakfast was served. It was known definitely that "big 
things " were certainly near at hand. Probably none of the men 
realised that they were to pass through experiences such as fol- 
lowed on the next two days ; nor, happily, it may be hoped, had 
any of them forebodings of occurrences which, however noble, were, 
perhaps to end, or it might be to completely alter the whole current 
of their former peaceful pursuits. Certainly the spirit of all ranks 
was above depression. Indeed, a note of confidence wans present 
with all ; confidence and determination to do all that was asked of 
them, so far as was humanly possible. Never to flinch, and to quit 
themselves like men. Several of the men managed toi write home 
on this date — some of them have since met death] others have 



1/4th Seaforfhs at Neuve ChapeUe — Continued. 

hovered near its portals amid evidences* of the grim realities of war ; 
and others, buoyant and happy, are recovering from their wounds, 
and anxious again to " go out;" for the men who have been there 
know best, even while liking it least perhaps', how much their 
comrades need them. 

The 9th was spent in preparations for the morrow. Virtually 
all that day the Battalion stood to arms, retiring early to " a 
covering of straw." 

WEDNESDAY, 10th MARCH. 

At 1 iai.m. came reveille, and, with full equipment, full field 
supply of ammunition, as much bully beef and biscuits as each man 
could warrantably carry, and, doubtless, some "comforts" from 
home stowed or secreted away, at 3 a.m. the Battalion moved off. 
The march was steady ; but even in the dark of the morning spirits 
were light, and, all be it that discipline demanded quietness in the 
ranks, the Battalion might, from the passing chaff, and joke, and 
fun, have been, as concerns many sections, a> moving crowd going 
to or coming from a field of sport or play. About 4.30 a.m. the 
Battalion took up its allotted position in reserve on the Rue de Bois 
not far from Richebofurg. 

" Exactly at 7.30' that morning the British bombardment of 
the German positions began. Previous toi that a few shells were 
sent over the Germans — just the usual morning ' rations ' — and 
then, suddenly, and at the same instant, the battle thunder broke 

from big guns of ours." " It was inferno 1 let loose," says a 

Seaforth. 

" Fancy over a thousand shells a minute, and it must hare 
been that," says a Dingwall lad. "How anything could stand 
against it goodness knows. It was terrible. Our trenches were 
just in front of some of the heavier artillery, and shells went flying 
in a continuous rear right over us." 

"About 1.1.30 a.m. we got the orders to move forward to 
occupy a position in front. We hadn't gone far, however, when 
results of the morning's work began to show themselves. Wounded 
were being carried past us by the dozen, the lighter cases making 
their own way. While still in the trenches the officers had been 
informing us of the progress of the bombardment, and we cheered 
lustily when we heard that Neuve Chapelle had fallen, and that our 
troops were in it, and now we were eager to see for ourselves and 



1/4th Seaforths at Neuve Chape&le— Continued. 

to be into the thick of the advance. I think aJl ranks were full of 
that feeling." 

" They had a complete walk over," says one of these' writers. 
" Our trooips carried on until they were perhaps 600 yards beyond 
the village, and during this time; we had marched onwards, and 
reached a communication trench where the first line had been in 
the early part of the morning. Here we received our first shell." 

"We moved through this trench," to quote another writer, 
" in single file. Major Robertson was leading; Lieut. Dewar was 
behind or alongside of him. I was. among the first dozen files. We 
emerged into* an open part — built on one side only. The leading 
files were in the open, when a shell burst right overhead. I hear 
the groan of the wounded yet. About seventeen of us went down. 
Stretchers were quickly got, wounds were temporarily bandaged, 
and all of us hit were out of it for the present." 

" We remained in the redoubts," writes one who went through 
it all, " until about 5 p.m., when word reached us to advance. By 
this time, it was getting dark, and a few were hit as we moved along 
the trench — ' Port Arthur ' they call it among the Tommies. The 
German trenches had been not more than fifty yards away, but they 
had been blown to> bits by the bombardment of the morning. At 
last we got out into the open." 

"Wei advanced perhaps over two miles under fire the whole 
time, and arrived at the village of Neuve Chapelle." 

" We remainded near there all night, and dug ourselves in. 
Each man had his own little dug-out, but it was cold lying in the 
mud throughout the night. Heavy fire was kept up by the enemy 
on the village. We tried to get a little sleep ; few of us, I think, 
got it." 



" At dawn we were under orders to advance to the attack. We 
breakfasted on what was available, and about 6 a.m. advanced in 
ope n f orm a ti on . ' ' 

" There had been another bombardment in the early morning, 
and we were in support of the Ghurkas, who were to make the 
advance. At 7 a.m. we reached the first line of trenches." 

It was in this early morning advance that Colonel Mascn Mac- 
fnrlane was wounded in the thigh, and lay in the field until 
wounded a second time in the same place by shrapnel, he was 
taken to the repair. Major Cuthbert took over command, and con- 
tinued in action although himself wounded. Of our field officers 



1/4th Seaforths at Neuve Chapelle — Continued. 

Major Cuthbert a,nd Sir John Fowler, cool, phlegmatic, and cheer- 
ful, alone remained. 

"We lay there till 2.15 p.m. Before the advance was made 
our artillery had bombarded the enemy's lines for 15 minutes, and 
blew them to bits. Even with the heavy bombardment the Ger- 
mans managed to get maxims on us. What a< maddening sight it 
was to see the men fall, some never to rise again. Brave men who 
went to help their comrades got shot themselves. A. Straehan 
(Maryburgh) was killed going back to the open to help his chum.'" 

"German reinforcements became engaged about 2 p.m., and 
it was at that stage most of our casualties occurred." 

Another writer (a D Coy. man) says : — Major Fraser stood up 
and ordered the advance. We at once rose, and leaping over the 
top raced at full pace for the advanced trench some 200 yards in 
front. This run I shall remember for the rest of my life. I 
reached the trench in safety, and when I regained my breath looked 
round at the back of me, and the sight was heart-breaking. There 
lay my chums wounded and dead, dotted about in the field. It was 
awful. D Co. bad the heaviest list, as they led the advance. They 
lost 10 killed, 22 wounded, and 1 missing. Our advance was suc- 
cessful, and we could see the Germans running through the wood, 
(Bois du Biez) in front and away from- us for all they were worth. 
We lay in this trench until dusk, when we were relieved, and had 
the melancholy job of collecting the wounded and dead." 

"After we were relieved, about 6 p.m., we went back to our 
old dug-outs. Never will I forget that march. W r e were alll done 
up, and jolly glad at the prospect of rest. W T e had been altogether 
about 8 hours in mud and water and under fire. We reached our 
' quarters ' about 5 a.m. on the 12th." 

FRIDAY, 12th MARCH. 

' ' No rest for the weary ! We breakfasted and paraded at 7 
a.m., and marched off and went to a village en route for rest 
camp. That night we were on reserve duty again." 

THURSDAY, 18th MARCH. 

" We have been here five days," says a correspondent, writing 
on above date, ' ' but for how long I cannot say, only it has been 
a. great relief after the strain." 

" We are feeling quite fit for anything we may be put to now, 
and the men are grand." 



1/4th Seaforths at Neuve Chapelle — Continued. 

Such is the story, pieced together, but authentic as far as it 
goes, of what our gallant lads went through. But, after all, it- 
lacks detail, especially of those terrible hours from dawn to dusk 
on Thursday, when, refusing to go back, and long unable to go for- 
ward, they grimly held on to the ground they occupied. The ad- 
vance by rushes proved costly work to the Battalion, but we now 
know that it was thc:se regiments, and among them the l/4th Sea- 
forths, who, by their tenacity, prevented German reinforcements 
from making good their counter attacks, so securing definitely 
those lines so we/ll won in the fighting of the previous day. But 
for the ill-luck of the mist which descended, preventing our aircraft 
from locating the enemy reinforcements, probably the battle of 
Neuve Chapelle would have resulted in an even greater gain of 
front than was recorded. But, notwithstanding, the success was 
outstanding in the annals of trench warfare, and our whole troiops 
proved once more that Generall French did not overstate the case 
when he credited our men with a clear individual advantage over 
the enemy. 

" Although our losses have been terrible," writes ai cheery 
optimist, " we are not downhearted, and never will be. We know 
that each life given so willingly and fearlessly means a step to- 
wards the overthrow of German militarism and oppression, and for 
the good of humanity in general." 



HONOURS AND CONGRATULATIONS. 



Major T. W. Cuthbert, the popular factor on Ardross Estate,. 
Ross-shire, and prominent in the public life of the county, was 
granted admission to the Distinguished Service Order " for con- 
spicuous gallantry during the operations around Neuve Chapelle. 
After his Colonel had been wounded, he commanded the battalion 
with great ability, although himself wounded in the head." 

Four men of the Battalion received the Distinguished Service 
Medal : — 

Acting-Sergeant J. MACLENNAN, D Co., Gairloch (Greenside 
Cottage, Kinlochewe, Ross-shire).— For gallant conduct on 
the 11th March, in the advance to- the river Layes, when 
he removed a wounded N.C.O. in cover, whilst under very 
heavy machine gun iamd rifle fire. 



Honours and Congratulations — Continued. 

Private A. THOMSON, D Co., Gairloch (teacher in Glasgow ;. 
home address — Tong, Lewis, Ross-shire). — For conspicuous- 
heavy fire and brought ai wounded man a distance of 40 
gallantry on 11th March, when he left his trench under 
yards into cover under difficult and dangerous circum- 
stances, the enemy being onlly 200 yards away. 

Private A. MACLEOD, E Co., Ullapool (chauffeur, Hillside- 
Cottage, Polbain, Ullapool, Rass-shire) . — For conspicuous 
gallantry on 11th March, when he went out of his trench 
under very heavy rifle and machine gun fire and spent 15< 
minutes bandaging a, seriously wounded Gurkha soldier. 

Private W. O. MINCHIN, C Co., Black Isle (architect, Central 
Tydbrook, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire) . — For conspicuous* 
gallantry and devotion to duty, especially at Neuve Chap- 
elle on 11th March. He was always to the fore when 
volunteers were required for arduous and dangerous work, 
leaving cover on more than one occasion voluntarily to> take 
the place of wounded stretcher bearers. 

The Battalion was congratulated on all hands. Sir John 
French, Commander-in-Chief, inspected the Battalion, and eon- 
gratulated all ranks on their splendid work during the advance. 
The Division Commander (Sir James Willcocks), addressing the 
Battalion, said: — " I have fought along with your line Battalions 
many times, and always found them a ' damned tough lot.' I am 
glad to be able to say that you are of the same breed, and that I 
will have much plea-sure in recommending to the Army Council the- 
gallant behaviour of the Battalion." 

General Jacobs, commanding the Dehra Dun Brigade, in a 
letter, highly appreciative of Colonel Mason Macfarlane's work,, 
speaks of the Battalion as follows: — "You will be glad to hear 
that your Battalion did splendidly all through. Major Cuthbert 
got a wound on his forehead from a piece of shell, but he has stuck 
it out, and is nearly quite well. He is keeping things going well 
during your absence. I am grateful to you for all the good work 
your Battalion has done ever since you joined the Brigade. Your 
officers and men have a- fine spirit, and they have proved them- 
selves to> be as good as any regular regiment." 

Colonel Stewart-Mackenzie of Seaforth, titular head of the 
Seaforth regiments, and Cblomel-in-Chief of the 4th Seaforths, 
writing to Major Cuthbert, said : — " I am indeed proud to be associ- 



Honours and Congratulations — Continued. 

rated with ai regiment which, by its bravery, has so magnificently 
upheld the reputation of the Seaforth Highlanders, and proved 
themselves worthy successors of those who have made its name so 
well known throughout the Army for its courage and gallantry." 



THE BATTLE OF AUBERS RIDGE. 



From 18th Miarch onwards the l/4th Seaforths were regularly 
-on duty with few breaks during the next twoi months. They took 
their part regularly in the front line trenches, and did all the work 
which regular soldiers of the line are called upon toi do. Successive 
drafts were sent out, and at the beginning of May the regiment was 
strong again in numbers. 

As these sheets were running through thei Press the battle of 
Aubers Ridge was being fought. On this occasion the l/4th Sea- 
forths formed part of a regular Brigade, and occupied front line 
trenches. To the men of Ross was given the task of taking piart in 
the advance, which for some strong reason, according to " Eye- 
Witness," after a time, " was not pressed." The battle was more 
•costly to the forces engaged than the battle of Neuve Chapelle, 
which village is nearby. Many regiments covered themselves with 
glory; some of them suffered more heavily than others. The 1st 
Seaforth Highlanders, the line regiment, lost many men, and were 
specially mentioned for a brilliant if fruitless charge. The l/4th 
Seaforths responded with alacrity when the order came to advance, 
and they too lost severely — even more severely than at Neuve 
Chapelee, no fewer than 172 casualties occurring during the engage- 
ment, most of them in the first advance. 

" There has been heavy fighting here since the 9th May," says 
a B Company man. 

" Our Brigade was in the front line, so we had the honour of 
leading the advance. 

" The l/4ths were in the forefront this time, and right nobly 
did they respond to the call in the attack. 

" The advance opened with a heavy bombardment of the 
enemy's trenches on the morning of the 9th May at 5 o'clock. 
"This continued till 5.40. 

"The infantry advanced by platoons, No®. 1 and 2 (Tain, 



The Battle of Aubers Ridge — Continued. 

Dingwall, Black Isle, and Alness companies), supported by No. 3* 
(Gairiloeh and Ullapool), and No. 4 (Invergorden and Brahan). 

" The first that went out did not get any distance when they 
were met with heavy fire from machine guns and rifles. Our artil- 
lery had another go. 

"We suffered fairly heavily, especially A (Tain) and C (Black 
Isle), but we held on until we got relieved late in the afternoon by 
fresh troops. 

" The resistance was very strong, and you were forced to the 
conclusion that they had prepared for us this time and were not 
to be caught napping as at Neiive ChapeMe. 

" Still they must have suffered heavily, as their reserve and 
support trenches were in clouds of fire and smoke. Their front line 
did not that day suffer so* much while we were there; hence the 
stubborn resistance we met. 

" That evening our Brigade came back to their old billets ; the 
ones we occupied last week, and we all felt pretty tired, although 
our spirits, despite our losses, were still high. We had been in the 
trenches for three days before the Sunday." 

The casualties recorded at Aubers Ridge, according to the 
official list, subsequently slightly varied, were as follows : — 

Killed 64 

Missing, believed Killed 17 

Died of Wounds (since increased) 5 

Wounded 86 

Total 172 

Total Casualties till 6th June, 1915. 

Taking the total casualties reported up till June 6, 1915, the 
losses were as follows : — 

Killed 107 

Died of Wounds 32 

Died of Disease 3 

Wounded 286 

Missing, believed Killed 19 

Total Casualties 447 

It should be noted that the' number of men who died of wounds is 
larger than here stated, records of these not yet being completely 
available. 

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ADDiTIOMAL 1/4th SEAFORTH CASUALTIES. 



In addition to the casualties reported from page 52 onwards, 
the following occurred up till 6th June, 1915 : — 



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17th APRIL, 1915. 

KILLED IN ACTION. 

1695 Pte. I. Macintosh, F Co., 13/4/15. 
2/Lieut. M. A. Fitzroy, 16/4/15. 

WOUNDED. 

1297 L.-Cbrpl. J. S. Calder, F Co., 9/4/15. 

1798 Pte. W. Ross, E Co., 9/4/15. 

1583 Pte. G. Mackenzie, D Coy., 13/4/15. 

2246 Pte. G. Alexander, G Oo.., 13/4/15. 

2669 Pte. M. Page, C Co., 13/4/15 (since re- 
joined). 

1395 Pte. A. Ross, G Col, 13/4/15 (since re- 
joined). 

Captain G. W. Fraser, 14/4/15. 

1671 Sergt. W. Mackenzie, E Co., 14/4/15 
(since rejoined). 

2785 Pte. H. France, E Co., 14/4/15 (since 
rejoined) . 

2155 Pte. G. N. Maogrigcr, E Co., 14/4/15 
(since rejoined). 

1191 Pte. J. Maclennan, D Co., 15/4/15. 

2336 Pte. J. Maciver, E Co., 15/4/15. 

2723 Pte. J. Duckenfield, D Co., 16/4/15. 

3317 Pte, E. D. Bateman, B Co., 17/4/15. 
572 Sergt. D. Ross, A Co., 17/4/15. 

2064 Sergt. J. C. Reid, B Co., 17/4/15. 

2043 Pte. P. P. Stevenson, B Co., 17/4/15. 



24th APRIL, 1915. 

KILLED IN ACTION. 

1442 Pte. D. Gray, B Coy., 21/4/15. 



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Additional Casualties — Continued. 
WOUNDED IN ACTION. 

1397 Sergt. F. R. Davidson, C Coy., 20/4/15. 
1430 Pte. D. Mackay, B Coy., 21/4/15. 
2047 Pte. A. Wells, B Coy., 21/4/15. 
2015 Pte. G. Wray, B Coy., 21/4/15. 
2033 Corpl. D. Wilson, B Coy., 21/4/15. 
1177 Pee, D. Grant, B Coy., 21/4/15. 
2543 Pte. H. Salisbury, B Coy., 21/4/15. 
2027 Pte. B. J. Corran, B Coy., 21/4/15. 
2348 Pte. J. Smith, B Coy., 21/4/15. 
3314 Pte. A. A. Avila, B Coy., 21/4/15 (sine© 

rejoined) . 
1164 Pte. D. Ross, D Coy., 21/4/15. 
2008 Pte. G. Baxter, A Coy., 22/4/15. 
2390 Pte, J. W. Chapman, G Coy., 22/4/15. 
2658 Pte. E. Williamson, C Coy., 23/4/15 

(since rejoined) . 
Previously reported Missing now found to 

have been Killed in Action — 
967 L.-Corpl. A. Mackenzie, D Coy., 11/3/15 






2nd MAY, 1915. 

KILLED IN ACTION. 
3186 Pte. E. Butler, No. 3 Coy., 25/4/15. 
2083 Pte. P. M. Dent, No. 2 Coy., 28/4/15. 

WOUNDED. 

1780 Pte. J. Patience, No. 2 Coy., 24/4/15. 
1614 Piper J. Macdonald, No. 1 Coy., 25/4/15. 
2218 Pte. E, Paul, No. 2 Coy., 25/4/15. 
2 /Lieut. F. W. Brown, 25/4/15. 
2415 Pte. W. Murray, No. 4 Coy., 26/4/15 

(since rejoined) . 
1484 Pte, R. Grant, No. 2 Coy., 27/4/15. 



9th MAY, 1915. 

1334 Sergeant G. Patience, Noi. 2 Company, 

7/5/15. 



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Wounded. 

2182 Pte. N. A. Ormistone, No. 4 Coy., 
2096 Pte. S. McMurray, No. 2 Coy., 6/5/15. 

5/5/15. 
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AUBERS RIDGE CASUALTIES, 



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12th MAY, 1915. 
OFFICERS. 

KILLED IN ACTION— 

Lieutenant A. T. Raiiton. 
Second-Lieutenant S. Bastion. 
Lieutenant C. G. Tennant. 

WOUNDED— 

Second-Lieutenant T. Watt. 
Lieutenant C. M. Cameron. 
Second-Lieutenant R. R. M. Macdonald. 
Second-Lieutenant I. M. Pender. 
Second-Lieutenant P. C. Knight. 









N.O.O.'s AND MEN. 

KILLED IN ACTION- 
NO. 1 Company (Tain and Dingwall). 

1788 Private J. Adamson. 
3159 Private R. A. Gordon. 



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Aubers Ridge Casualties — Continued. 

1675 Private G. Mitchell'. 
3166 Private J. Macdonald. 

940 Sergeant J. Maegillivray. 
1447 Private J. Percy. 
3225 Private W. Pater sen. 
1417 Private D. A. Patience. 

235 Sergeant P. W. Ross. 
3155 Private W. Robinson. 
3169 Private C. Rodger s. 
1863 Private J. Sangster. 
2446 Private T. R. Swan-ley. 
2066 Private S. Shaw. 
2478 Private H. Urquhart. 
1367 Private T. Williamson. 



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No. 2 Company (Black isle and Alness). 

1393 Private C. Bain. 
2653 Private E. Barker. 
2101 Private J. C. Cooper. 
2090 Private F. Deeks. 

2657 Lance-Corporal D. Gibson 
1561 Sergeant L. Lisle. 

2600 Private G. Martin. 
2367 Private G. W. Martin. 
1759 Lance'-Corporal D. Mackay. 
1775 Private I. Mackay. 
1735 Private T. Macleod. 
1607 Private M. Mimro. 
1744 Private D. Macrae. 
1937 Private D. Mackenzie. 
1837 Lance-Cbrporail K. Maclean. 
2669 Private M. Page. 
2476 Private C. F. Smith. 
2641 Private H. Waterill. 

2658 Private C. Williamson. 
1730 Private H. Macrae. 
1777 Private D. Ross. 
1885 Private J. Cameron. 
1055 Sergeant G. Mackay. 
1685 Corporal P. Cameron. 
1734 Lance-Corporal J. BeaJe. 



Aubers Ridge Casualties — Continued. 

1706 Private J. Gair. 

2219 Private D. Lawton. 

2659 Private R. Watkinson. 

2805 Private J. Macaulay. 

2661 Private T. Armour. 

1773 Lance-Corporal J. Paterson. 

2649 Private H. Judd. 

1727 Private W. Campbell. 

2093 Private W. E. Treacher. 

1625 Private J. Harvey. 

2447 Private G. B. Watt. 

1307 Private H. Macdonald. 

2099 Private J. H. Irvin. 

No. 3 Company (Gairloch and Ullapool). 






2134 Lance-Corporal J. J. Addison. 
2138 Private F. J. Fraser. 

2597 Private A. Green. 
2435 Private J. Macpherson. 

2598 Private N. Walsh. 



No. 4 Company (Invergordon and Brahan). 

2913 Private G. Houshaw. 
3178 Private D. Hunter. 

DIED OF WOUNDS— 

2880 Ptei. H. Ratcliff, No. 1 Co., 12/5/15. 

2062 L.-Corpl. A. L. Shaw, No. 1 Co., 
8/5/15. 

1841 Pte. P. Stewart, No. 1 Co., 8/5/15. 

1674 Private A. Maclean, 16/5/15 (offici- 
ally reported from hospital). 

2705 Private H. Mann (officially reported 
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Aubers Ridge Casualties — Continued. 
MISSING (BELIEVED TO BE KILLED 
IN ACTION)— 

No. 1 Company (Tain and Dingwall). 

1518 Private M. Christie. 
2068 Private A. Coppack. 

1248 Sergeant A. Graham. 
2930 Private W. E. Halson. 
2009 Sergeant W. Keys. 
1709 Private A. Mackay. 

1249 Private A. Ross. 
2012 Private R. Stewart. 
1029 Private R. Williamson. 
3228 Private J. Wilson. 
2841 Private S. Woodman. 
2853 Private A. Webb. 









No. 2 Company (Black Isle and Alness). 

2654 Private W. Beswick. 
2094 Private H. G. Louth. 
2869 Private N. Roberts. 
2531 Private G. Wheeler. 
2079 Private J. Whittam. 



WOUNDED— 



No. 1 Company (Tain and Dingwall). 

1857 Private D. Bethune. 

2051 Private R. W. Dullam. 
1280 Private A. Fridge. 
2035 Private G. Good. 
2883 Private T. Howard. 
2803 Private J. Isherwood. 

1083 Lance-Corporal A. Learmonth. 

348 Sergeant G. Macrae!. 
1865 Sergeant R. Mackay. 

2052 Private H. C. Miller. 



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Aubers Ridge Casualties — Continued. 






3213 Private J. Munro. 
1898 Private A. Macintosh. 

1859 Private A. J. Macleod. 
2778 Private H. J. Playford. 

\\ 1278 Corporal J. Ross. 

2006 Private W. H. Richardson. 

1860 Private J. A. Ross. 
3049 Private D. Raw. 
2836 Private J. Rowerth. 
2043 Private P. P. L. Stevenson. 
2030 Private C. Willoughby. 
3187 Privaite D. Weir. 



No. 2 Company (Black Isle and Alness). \) 

1899 Private J. Fraser. 

1493 Private J. Barron. 

1873 Private D. A]Uv. 
i ) 239^ Lance-Corpora] K. Cameron. 

2106 Private D. L. Coleman. 

2104 Private C. H. Dixon. 

1964 Private D. Fraser. 

1502 Sergeant J. Gunn. 
}} 1658 Private A. Hendry. 

1963 Private G. Hossack. 

2442 Private W. Harvey. 

2226 Private E. Hi] Tier. 

1116 Sergeant R. Jack. 

2817 Private L. Jonpp. 

1466 Private A. Kennedy. 

1234 Corporal W. Logan. 

2088 Private J. W. Lyon. 

1562 Lance-Corporal J. Lumsden. 

2954 Private E. G. Lawea. 

1092 Sergeant J. Mar-donald. 

2642 Sergeant A. Matheson. 

1855 Sergeant D. Menzies. 

1491 Private D. Mackenzie. 

1689 Private J. Macpherson. 

2238 Private E. Mackenzie. 

1181 Private R. Mackenzie. 

2397 Private J. Maclear. 

2360 Private A. Morrison. 



rj Aubers Ridge Casualties — Continued. rf 1 

1333 Private J. Manson. 
1088 Lance-Corporal J. Mackenzie. 
445 Private D. Macrae. 



■1 2319 Private D. Noble. V 

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2300 Corporal D. Mackay. 
1 J 657 Sergeant J. Maclennan. 

1554 Private A. Maclennan. 
2290 Private W. MacCubben. 
2126 Private A. Macdonald. 
2114 Private W. Renwick. 
2651 Private L. Tatter-sall. 
3003 Private J. Smith. 
2595 Private J. Smith. 
3092 Private J. Simpson. 

No. 4 Company (invergordon and Brahan.) 

1577 Private N. Maclennan. 
2962 Private R. Perris. 
1864 Private D. Ross. 



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1917 Private R. Patience. 
2762 Private K. Parkinson.. 
1371 Sergeant W. J. Ross. 

1910 Private H. Ross. 
1343 Private G. Ross. 

2220 Private E. J. Spencer. 

2221 Private M. Svanston. 

1911 Lance-Corporal N. West. 
1291 Private D. Williamson. 



No. 3 Company (Gairloch and Ullapool). 

2918 Private J. H. Appleby. 

2532 Private V. Bailey. 

2239 Private H. Harpur. jj 

2714 Private D. Hastie. 

1767 Corporal R. Macdonald. 1 



Aubers Ridge Casualties — Continued. 

30th MAY, 1915. 

Killed in Action — 

2/Lieut. G. W. Daman, 24/5/15. 

2108 Pte, W, R. Grace, No. 2 Oo., 26/5/15. 



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Died of Wounds — 

1545 Pte. C. Sutherland, No. 4 Co., 24/5/15 
2254 Pte. A. W. Veryard, No. 4 Co., 26/5/15 
1859 Pte. A. Miacleod, No. 1 Co., 15/5/15. 



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Died of Wounds (omitted from report of 
9th May.) 

1810 Private H. Ross, Ardross, Alness. 



Wounded — 

2467 Pte. P. 

2261 L.lOpl. 

1305 L.-Cpl. 

2807 Pte. T. 

2070 Pte. T. 

3238 Pte, J. 

1284 Pte. T. 

2345 Pte, P. 



Fraser, No. 4 Co., 23/5/15. 
J. A. Allison, No. 4 Co., do. 
S. Maegregor, No. 1 Co., do. 
Dunlop, No. 1 Co., 27/5/15. 
Young, No. 1 Co., do. 
Tocher, No. 1 Co., 26/5/15. 
Ross, No. 1 Co., do. 
Horne, No, 3 Co., 15/5/15. 



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Previously reported Wounded, now reported 
Wounded and Missing — 

1051 Drummer D. T. Campbell, No. 4 Co., 
11/3/15. 



Erroneously reported Killed in Action, 9/5/15 
1730 Pte. H. Macrae, No. 2 Coy. 



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Wounded — 

1683 Pte. J. Munro, No. 4 Co., 31-5-15. 
2401 Pte. J. Clark, No. 3 Col, 31-5-15. 
38 Coy. S.M. A. Mackenzie, No. 3 Co., 

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2768 Pte. A. Shelmerdine, No. 3 Co., 2-6-15. 
2119 Pte. D. B. Madeley, No. 3 Co., 3-6-15. 
1411 Pte, A. Mcintosh, No. 2 Co., 3-6-15. 
1661 Pte. W. Macrae, No. 3 Co., 5-6-15. 
2667 Pte. J. MacgregoT, No. 3 Co., 5-6-15. 
1734 Pte. S. Macplierson, No. 3 Co., 5-6-15. \\\ 

2608 Pte, G. Moffat, No. 3 Co., 5-6-15. 
2776 Pte. R. C. Black, No, 3 Co., 5-6-15. 
2344 Pte, R. Hunter, No. 3 Co., 5-6-15. 
3211 Pte. A. Graham, No. 3 Co., 5-6-15. 
1948 L.-Sgt. M. Johnston, No. 4 Co., 5-6-15. 

Previously reported Missing (believed Killed) 
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of Armourer-Sergt. John Ross, son at Mr 
John Ross, painter, Dingwall, who is prepar- 
ing the proposed cairn to be placed in the 
cemetery at Neuve Chapelle, in memory of 
the l/4th Seaforths who fell on 11th March 
and were buried either on the field or in the 
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In Memory of 

4th Seaforth Highlanders 

Killed in Action on 11th March, 1915. 

Captain R. de O. Findlay. 

Sergt. J. Allan Pte. H. Ross 

„ D. Sutherland „ H. Forth 

„ K. A. Mackenzie „ D. Friend 

OorpT. A. S. Strachan „ J. K. Player 

Lance- Corpl. G. Millar „ S. Urquhart 

Pte. H. Hunter „ J. G. Sutherland 

W. Graham ,, I>. Mackenzie 

F. Bierman ,, 0. Campbell 

W. F. Sewell „ D. Jack 

J. Macdonald „ H. Mackenzie 

S. Appleton „ A. J. Wolfe 

J. Speed „ C Fuller 

M. Macdonald „ W. Humberstone 

J. Kemp „ J. Maclennan 

H. Maclennan „ W. Smith 
W. Ross 

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ROSS MOUNTAIN BATTERY AND AMMUNITION 

COLUMN. 



This, like the 4th Seaforths, is a purely Ross-shire unit. With 
its Headquarters at Lochcarron, it is mainly recruited there and at 
Stornaway • Stornoway contributing very specially to the total. 
The Ammunition Column has been virtually wholly raised in Ding- 
wall district. The Battery and Column form part of the 4th High- 
land Mountain Brigade, Royal Garrison Artillery, and the General 
Headquarters of the Brigade is at Rothesay, the other batteries 
being those of Argyll and Bute. Armed with serviceable weapons, 
the constitution of the force is generally identical to that of the 
famous Indian Mountain Artillery Brigades. 

On the outbreak of war the whole of the Ross Battery and 
Ammunition Column mobilised at Dingwall. Here equipment was 
relatively completed; horses were commandeered all over the 
country, and within a fortnight all was ready for the second phase 
of the mobilisation order, and on Sunday, 16th August, the entire 
force moved off to the war station at Bedford. 

Very strict and particular training proceeded at Bedford. By 
the end of the year all ranks were impatient to be at the front. 
Their time was to come. Refitted and complete to the last strap, 
the Ross and Argyll Batteries left Bedford on 20th March, for an 
unknown destination, which was not revealed until many weeks 
later, when it was told officially that the Brigade was operating at 
Gallipolli with the British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force. 
Letters home revealed a pleasant voyage, a short and agreeable 
stay somewhere close to the sea in the Near East, and subsequently 
the landing of the troops on the Dardanelles, where since land 
operations commenced the Brigade has been doing its bit in one 
of the bloodiest theatres of the great war. 

Reports show that the Brigade is a credit to the Territorial 
Force, and that the men are as well equipped for their work as the 
regular gunners and drivers of artillery. It is not permissible to 
say more, the time will come when the story of the Brigade can be 
told, with particulars as to its officers, men, and equipment, but 
meantime Ross-shire people can take it that this important and 
serviceable unit — with few exceptions all Ross-shire men — are add- 
ing to the splendid martial traditions of the county. " It is a 
wicked bad campaign," as Kipling said of soldiers work in Egypt. 



Ross Mountain Battery — Continued. 

'Climate conditions are treacherous; hot through the day, bitterly 
cold of night. Water is scarce, and thirst is terrible. Food is 
plentiful, but the variety is restricted, and bread the soldier never 
knows. Mtails take long to come and go, and comforts from home 
are limited on account of the want of " keepaibility " of luxuries 
which otherwise might be sent. 

Still men write home in happy mood. " Life is grand here " one 
of them wrote after having eight week's " shell dodging." 

Casualties, happily, have not been high, than which fact not 
testimony could be better to the fitness of the officers, who have 
been vigilant in their care of the men so far as securing conceal- 
ment is concerned. The full list of casualties up till May 25th, 
1915, is as follows: — 



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ROSS BATTERY CASUALTIES. 

KILLED. 

4319 Bombardier A. A. Mackenzie, 15/5/15. 
Native of Lochs, and employed as a shop 
| assistant with his uncle', the late Mr 

John Maclean, Beach St., Stornoway. 
DIED OF WOUNDS. 

2495 Gunner J. Martin, 11/5/15, Stornoway. 

4185 Gunner D. Mackenzie, ghillie, Carndhu, 
Dornie, Kyle. He was wounded on the 
25th May, and died on the 28th. 

4318 Gunner K. Maedonald, engineer, Stor- 
noway, 28/5/15. 

4053 Gunner J. Macrae, gardener, Kishorn, 
Lochcarron. He was wounded on the 
25th May, and died on 28th May. 
WOUNDED. 

Lieut. J. K. Murchison, Applecross, 17/5/15. 

4311 Gunner D. Paterson, student, Storno^ 
way, 12/5/15. A native of Barval. 

4146 Gunner H. Eraser, Redcastle (Ammuni- 
tion Column), 14/5/15. For some time 
employed in the Dingwall Goods Station. 

4212 Sergt. M. Kennedy, shop assistant, 
Stornoway, 25/5/15. He is a nephew of 
Mr Alex. Maelennan, ironmonger, Stor- 
noway. 



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Ross Mountain Battery Casualties — Continued 

4216 Sergt. Norman Mackay, shop assistant, 
Stornoway, 25/5/15. He is a son of the 
late Mr George Mackay, shoemaker, 
Stornoway, and was employed with Messrs 
J. Mackenzie & Son, ironmongers, Stor- 
noway. 

4848 Bombardier W. Mackenzie, 25/5/15. 

4403 Gunner J. Macdonald, clothier, Storno^ 
way, 25/5/15. 

4825 Gunner J. Maclennan, crofter, Loch- 
carron, 25/5/15. 

4274 Gunner J. A. Macleod, dock labourer, 
London, native of Stornoway, 25/5/15. 

5035 Gunner J. Mackay, 25/5/15. 

4092 Gunner D. Macrae, gardener, Ardross, 
25/5/15. 



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4th 0EJ\FO^TH JU^LAIDER^. 



The following List is taken from Official Documents prepared 
Pourteen Days before the Battalion left for France. Subsequently over 
40 officers and men whose names do not appear here were added to the 
strength, and a few of the names here given were left behind with 
the 4th Seaforth Reserves : — 



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Staff. 
Lieut. -Colonel D. J. Mason Macfarlane, 

Craigdarroch, Ross-shire, commanding. 
Major T. Wilkinson Cuthbert, Achindunie, 

Ross-shire. 
Major W. Robertson of Mounteagle, Fearn, 

Ross-shire. 
Captain and Adjutant Sir John E. Fowler of 

Braemore, Bart., Ross-shire. 
Captain and Quartermaster G. Mackenzie, 

Inverness. 
Captain R. Brodie, Munlochy, R.A.M.C., 

attached. 



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Officers. 
Captain R. Truslove. 
Lieut. T. H. Budge, Rarichie. 
Lieut. R. Macdonald, Tain. 

N.C.O.'s and Men. 

1693 Pte. J. Thomson, law clerk, St Duthus 

Villa, Tain. 
1367 Pte. T. Williamson, labourer, 5 Moss 

Road, Tain. 
1516 Pte. W. Christie, farm servant, Ard- 

more Farm, Edderton. 
1680 Pte. M. Fraser, coachbuilder, Scots- 
hum Farm, Kildary. 
1793 Pte. T. Sutherland, farm servant, 

Heathmount Farm, Tain. 
1958 Pte. J. Mitchell, labourer, Rockfield 

Villa, Portmahomack. 
1733 Pte. P. Williamson, farm servant, 

Meikledoun. 
1732 Pte. A. Stevenson, sheph'erd, Culmailly, 

Golspie. 
1413 Pte, N. Ross, farm servant, Balintore 

Kirkhill, Inverness. 
1365 Pte. J. Cormack, farm servant, Dal- 

navie, Ardross, Alness. 
1454 Pte. J. Ross, crofter, Muir of Conon, 

Muir of Ord. 
1675 Pte. G. Mitchell, shop assistant, Main 

Str eet , Port ni ahoan ack . 
1293 Pte. G. Reattie, farm servant, Bruce- 
field, Portmahomack. 
1903 Pte. D. Matheson, farm servant, Ard- 

jachie Farm, Tain. 
1788 Pte. J. Adamson, labourer, Banis Kirk 

Mains, Caithness. 
1731 Pte. D. Martin, farm servant, Mil- 

blairy, Edderton. 
1796 Pte". D. Macleod, farm servant, Heath- 
mount, Tain. 
1791 Pte. G. Christie, surfaceman, Meikle 

Ferry, Tain. 
1519 Pte. J. Anderson, farm servant, Littlei- 

daan, Edderton. 
1681 Pte. A. Ross, farm servant, Lower Bal- 

aldie, Fearn. 
1404 Pte. J. Ross, farm servant, 18 King 

Street, Tain. 
1285 Pte. D. Robertson, crofter, High Hills, 

Tain. 
1551 Drummer J. Sutherland, messenger in 

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1239 Piper H. Ross, tailor, Gateside, Kil- 
))} {{{ dary. 

hi Si) 1738 Pte. J. Ferguson, watchmaker, St Mar- 

tin's, Petley Street, Tain. 

1455 Lance-Cbrpl. J. Mitchell, tailor, Main 
Street, Portmaliomack . 

1432 Pte. W. Murray, butcher, 4 Gilchrist 
Square, Dornoch. 

1415 Pte. A. Macleod, shoemaker, Achintine, 
Alt as, Invershin. 

940 Pte. Macgillivray, postman, 12 Laming- 
ton Street, Tain. 

1504 Pte'. J. Henry, farm servant, Rockfield, 
Portmaliomack . 

1418 Pte. J. Ross, labourer, Rockfield, Port- 
maliomack. 

2021 Pte. P. Graham, draughtsman, West- 
lea, Queen's Street, Alexandria!. 

486 Sergt, H. Mackenzie, tailor, 13 Ross St., 
Tain. 

1029 Pte. R. Williamson, labourer, Petley 
Street, Tain. 

1863 Pte. J. Sangster, printer, Station Road, 
Tain. 

1709 Pte. A. Maekay, grocer, Fountain 
House, Tain. 

'■;) 348 Pte. G. Macrae, labourer, Carrieblair, 

}) Edderton. 

(J 2022 Pte. F. F. Bateman, clerk, Newholme, 

} Farnham Road, Guildford. 

1366 Pte. W. Macleod, bottler, 12 Ross St., 
Tain. 

1883 Pte. R. Michael, sawmiller, Milton, 
Kildary. 

1787 Pte. A. Sutherland, well sinker, Loch- 
shin Cottage, Fearn. 

597 Cornl. H. Ross, baker, Cameron's 
Buildings, Tain. 

1284 Pte. T. Ross, ironmonger, Thornhill, 
Tain, 

1517 Pte. J. Gallie, oar driver, Ardmore, 
Edderton. 

1718 Pte. H. Maekay, roadman, Lamington 
Park, Kildary. 

1957 Pte. G. Elphinston, gamekeeper, Bal- 
n a gown. 

1027 Pte. G. Sangster, killer, Station Road, 
Tain. 

491 Sergt. J. Ross, tailor, 16 Cbapel Street, 
Tain. 

1520 Lance-Corpl. Macrae, law apprentice, 
The Manse, Edderton. 






4th Seaforth Highlanders, A Coy. — Continued 

1859 Pte. A. J. Macleod, labourer, Ardgay 
Hill, Ardgay. 

1521 Pte. O. E. Macrae, The Manse, Edder- 
ton. 

572 Lance-Sergt. D. Ross, chemist, 3 King 
Street, Tain. 

1023 Pte. J. Calmay, plumber, Cameron 
Buildings, Tain. 

1248 Lance-Corpl. A. Graham, labourer, 
Phippsfield, Kildary. 

1518 Pte. M. Christie, surfaceman, Carry- 
blair, Edderton. 

1362 Pte. W. Cormack, farm servant, Dal- 
navie, Alness. 

1692 Pte. P. Macinnes, farm servant, Balna- 
gore Farm, Fearn. 

995 Pte. G. J. M. Roiss, baker, 1 Petley 
Street, Tain. 

1408 Pte. J. A. Maclean, bank clerk, Com- 
mercial Bank, Tain. 

1249 Pte. And. Ross, labourer, 3 Ferry Rd., 
Invergorden. 

1376 Pte. J. Forbes, farm servant, Anker- 
ville Farm, Nigg. 

1296 Pte. W. Graham, farm servant, Mor- 
angie, Tain. 

1278 Lance<-Corpl. J. Ross, faxm servant. 
Cameron Buildings, Tadri. 

1281 Pte. W. Fridge, coach painter, 18 Staf- 
ford Street, Tain. 

1377 Pte. W. Sutherland, carpenter, New- 
more Schoolhouse, Invergordon. 

1083 Pte. 8. Learimomth, insurance agent, 

Munro Place, Tain. 
1330 Pte. T. Ross, farm servant, Woodside, 

Edderton. 
1862 Pte. H. Ross, labourer, Arabella, Logie- 

Easter. 
1757 Pte. A. Ross, farmer, Gateside Cottage, 

Munlochy. 
1022 Lance-Corpl. A. Mackay, joiner, 19 

Manse Street, Tain. 
1866 Pte. O. Williamson, china merchant, 

Sutherland Street, Tain. 
1328 Pte. M. Mackay, gamekeeper, The 

Mains, Edderton. 
1346 Pte. W. Mackenzie, grocer, 3 John St., 

Balintore, Fearn. 
1865 Lance.-Corpl. R. Mackay, carpenter, 

Club Farm, Tain. 
1710 Pte. G. Matheson, painter, 27 Laming- 

ton Street, Tain. 



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4th Seaforth Highlanders, A Coy. — Continued 



1280 Pte. A. Fridge, labourer, 18 Stafford 
Street, Tain. 

1906 Pte. A. Maclennan, forester, Thornhill, 
Tain. 

1857 Pte. D. Bethune, grocer, 13 Ross St., 

Tain. 
1403 Pte. T. B. Hartley, Assurance Coy., 

Thornhill, Tain. 

1235 Pte. J. Skinner, farm servant, Cullisse, 
Fearn, Nigg. 

1236 Pte. W. Skinner, grocer, Cullisse, 
Fearn, Nigg 

1282 Pte. R Mackay, belt weaver, Percy St., 

Stanley , Perthshire. 
1447 Pte. J. Percy, farm servant, Rockfield, 

Portmahomack . 
617 Lance-Sergt. F. Finlayson, farmer, 

Cambusavie Farm, The Mound. 
2020 Pte. A. J. M. Brown, Dora Road, Wim- 
bledon, Surrey. 
1897 Pte. E. Morrison, checker, 9 Ross St., 

Tain. 
1187 Pte. J. Mackenzie, farm servant, Ar- 

dillie Farm, Dingwall. 
1756 Pte. K. Jack, blacksmith, Craighead 

Farm, Cromarty. 
556 Sergt. Simpson, joiner, 47 Huntly St., 

Inverness. 
1860 Pte. J. A. Ross, tailor, 15 Stafford St., 

Tain. 
815 Lance-Corpl. A. Cameron, carpenter, 

Westfield Farm, Nigg. 
1657 Pte. J. Ross, carpenter, Rosehall, In- 

vershin, Sutherland. 
1382 Pte. G. Gray, forester, Achindunie, 

Alness. 
1222 Pte. D. Mackenzie, gardener, 8 Dun- 
robin Street, Tain. 
2002 Pte. R. P. Aldridge, warehouseman, 

Arlington Park, London, W. 

1907 Pte. D. Skinner, fireman, Balaldie, 
Fearn. 

1329 Pte. M. Mackay, trapper, Bogrow, 

Eddertcn. 
1305 Pte. S. Macgregor, labourer, Balblair, 

Edderton. 

1908 Pte. R. Ross, fireman, Main Street, 
Portmahomack. 

607 Laince-Corpl. A. Mackenzie, trapper, 
Lower Pitcalzean, Fearn. 

581 Sergt. S. Mackenzie, shepherd, Mount- 
eagle, Fearn. 

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1664 Signaller D. Sutherland, ironmonger, 

20 Chapel Street, Tain. 
1548 Pte. Maedonald, farm servant, Upper 

Milton, Glen-Lrquharti. 
1276 Pte. H. Corbett, lorryman, Newmore 

Farm, Invergordon. 
1809 Pte. J. Maedonald, farm servant, Bal- 

intraid, Invergordon. 
2005 Pte. W. Moir, bank clerk, British Linen 

Bank, London. 
567 Pte. A. R. Ross, butcher, 5 Quarry 

Lane, Tain. 
1762 Pte. J. Robertson, groom, Loans of j[J 11 

Rarichie, Fearn. iK 

1896 Pte. J. Wilson, farm servant, Ach- 

ramie, Douncay, Caithnieiss. 
1573 Pte. A. Ross, farm servant, St Vincent 

Fairm, Tain. 
1898 Pte. A. Macintosh, painter, Ardlarach, 

Tain. 
2004 Pte. G. K. Burnham, farming, Nut 

Hall, Cranbrook Common, Kent). 
2003 Pte. J. H. Hunter, Polmsod, Cranbrook. 
1197 Pte. A. Macrae, farm servant, Loch- 
shin Farm, Fearn. 

2016 Pte. G. E. Wray, clerk, 1 Frenchurch 
Avenue, London, E.C. 

1981 Pte. G. Sutherland, engine driver, Tor- 
gormack, Kilmorack. 

2017 Pte. H. Crozier, accountant!, 68 Park 
Avenue, New Barking, Essex. 

2281 Pte;. G. W. Macrae, chemist, 8 Knock- 

breck Street, Tain. 
1968 Pte. A. Locklood, footman, 37 Wedder- 

burn Road, Harrogate. 
1505 Pte. J. Martin, shepherd, Millblairy, 

Eddertom. 

1904 Pte. K. Munro, grocer, High Street, 
Tain. 

1861 Pte. J T. Aird, grocer, 7 Petley Street, 
Tain. 

1858 Ptei. R. Ross, labourer, Arabella, Logie- 
E aster. 

2007 Pte. Bateman, u Daily News," New- 
holm, Guilford, Surrey. 

1902 Pte. R. Stoker, plumber, 172 Watt St., 
Glasgow. 

1905 Pte. H. Forbeis, farm servant, Scots- 
burn, Kilclary. 

2013 Pte. H. Mackee, shop assistant, Inver- 

ugie Cottage, Halsemore. 
2009 Pte. W. Keys, school teacher, 5 Grant 

Law Road, Clapham. 
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4th Seaforth Highlanders, A Coy. — Continued ff(W 

2019 Pte. V. W. M. Watt, clerk, 42 Union 

Street, Aberdeen. 
1761 Pte. A. Taylor, engineer, Sand Bank (ill 1 

Cottage, Portmahoniaek. «)'} 

2012 Pte. R. Stewart, clerk, 35 Gilerston 111 ' it ! 

Road, East Putney. Ill 

2008 Pte. A. S. Baxter, surveyor, 9 Morella j|| 

Road, Wands worth) Common, London. 
2001 Pte. C. G. Lewis, engineer, Woodford 

Cargate, Alder shot. 
2006 Pte. W. H. Richardson, optician ap- 
prentice, St Leonard Terrace, Heme 

Hill, London. 
2008 Pte. G. T. Baxter, engineer, 9 Morella 

Road, Balham, London. 
2000 Pte. H. Hunter, engineer, 16 Durand 

Gardens, Clapham Road, London. 
2011 Pte. L. Burrow, clerk, 136 Thatto 

Heath Road, St. Helens, Lanes. 
2014 Pte, H. J. Blackie, engine fitter, 11 

Cornwall Mansions, London, S.W. 
2010 Pte. D. Keys, clerk, 5 Grantham Road, 

Clapham, London. 
2018 Pte. T. J. Jones, ironmonger, 11 Glad- ({ 

stone Street, Maisteg, Wales. (( 

2016 Pte. M, G. Wray, "Daily Mail" clerk, 

96 Park Avenue, New Barking, Essex. 



B COMPANY, DINGWALL. 

Officers. 

Lieut. G. W. Fraser, Dingwall. 
Lieut. W. Dewar, Dingwall. 
Lieut. J. G. Russell, Dingwall. 

N.O.O.'s and Men. 

624 Sergt. H. A. Ross, master painter, 
Fernbank, Dingwall. 

235 Sergt. P. W. Ross, cashier, Ivy Cottage, 
Duncraig Bridge, Grantiown-on-Spey. 

1564 Quartermaster Sergt. R. B. French, 
Orderly Room clerk, The Neuk, Dingwall. 

1387 Sergt. -Drummer H. A. Fraser, drum- 
mer, Drill Hall, 4th Seaforth Highland- 
ers, Dingwall. 

1750 Sergt. M. Mackenzie, postman, 17 Hill 
Street, Dingwall. 

1836 Sergt. J. M. Ross, master painter, 64 
High Street, Dingwall. 



4th Seaforth Highlanders, B Coy. — Continued 

1821 Lance^Corpl. G. W. Hay, dentist, 

Greenhill House, Dingwall. 
1827 Pte. T. Mackenzie, grocer, 1 Mill Sto., 

Dingwall. 
1442 Pte. D. Gray, stationer, 1 Stafford 

Place, Dingwall. 
1177 Pte. D. Grant, carpenter, 23 Hill St., 

Dingwall. 
802 Pte. A. Fowler, clerk, 1 Bridaig 

Cottage, Dingwall. 
1332 Pte. A. Maclaren, chauffeur, Elsick 

House, Strathpeffer. 
1201 Lance-Corpl. W. Henry, joiner, 8 Vic- 
toria Place, Dingwall. 
1673 Pte. D. R. Innes, draper, Highfield 

Lodge, Muir of Ord. 
1884 Sergt. P. Gardiner, shoemaker, 4 Church 

Street, Dingwall. 
1846 Pte. W. Macdonald, forester, Ivy Cot- 
tage, Brae, Dingwall. 
1974 Pte. W. Macdonald, engineer, St James' 

Street, Dingwall. 
1853 Pte. F. Bierman, labourer, 18 Church 

Street, Dingwall. 
1841 Pte. P. Stewart, boots, Macdonald' s 

Cottage, Newtonmore. 

2041 Pte. C. Quirk, clerk, 103 Shernhall St., 
Walthamston. 

1935 Pte. J. Sutherland, gardener, St Mary's, 
Holm, Orkney. 

1826 Pte. C. B. Robertson, draughtsman, 
Springbank Villas, Leven, Fife. 

2044 Pte. G. Wise, chauffeur, 10 Dunollie 
Place, Kentish Town, London. 

2040 Pte. R. R. Rowbotham, bank clerk, Bar- 
clay Roiad, London. 

2042 Pte. E. G. Sugden, civil servant, 26 
Parkhurst Road, Bowes Park, London. 

2031 Pte, J. Field, steward, 10 Gover Road, 

Forest Gate, London. 
2033 Pte. P. B. Chandler, draughtsman, 21 

Vallance Road, Alexandria Park, London. 
1430 Pte. D. Mlackay, butcher, Victoria 

Lodge, Dingwall. 
1838 Pte, W. Macleod, grocer, 2 Adam's 

Buildings, Dingwall. 
1419 Pte. D. A. Mackenzie, ironmonger, 

Coul, Strathpeffer. 
225 Sergt. W G. Mackay, postman, Trinity 

Buildings, Dingwall. 
1779 Pte. K. Maclean, student, Achnashel- 

lach, Ross-shire. 



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4th Seaforth Highlanders, B Coy.— Continued 

1439 Pte. J. Maekay, baker, 22 Railway Cot- 
tage's, Aviemore. 

1441 Carpi. D. Fraser, student, High Street, 
Dingwall. 

1778 Pte. A. Finlayson, shoemaker, 7 Shore 
)}} \\{ Street, Cromarty. 

))) jjj 1835 Pte. A.J. Davidson, teacher, Park St., 

" v(( Dingwall. 

1672 Pte. H. Fraser, draper, Easter Kinkell, 
Ross-shire. 

159 Col.-Sergt. D. Fraser, hairdresser, 30 
Burn Place, Dingwall. 

1972 Pte. J. Gray, iron and brass dresser, 1 
Stafford Place, Dingwall. 

1915 Pte. K. J. Strachan, chemist, Past- 
Office, Maryburgh. 

1646 Pte. Macwilliam, articled law clerk, 
Drynie Court, Dingwall. 

1205 Pte. J. Munro, grocer, Glebe Cottage, 
Logie-E aster. 

1784 Pte, D. C. Ross, watchmaker, 16 Clyde 
Street, Invergordon. 

1199 Pte. A. Brown, cabinetmaker, 6 Burn- 
side, Dingwall. 

1642 Pte. W. Henderson, shoemaker, 36 
Williamson Street, Wick. 

2035 Pte. G. Good, professional golf assist- 
ant, Brorxmouth Park, Dunbar. 

2034 Pte. T. E. Macgregor, waiter, 15 
Thorngrove Road, Clapton, London. 

2024 Pte. H. Nichols, fitter, 33 Snigbrook, 
Blackhiam, Lanes. 

2056 Pte. A. Shaw, warehouseman, Elm Hill, 
Barrowby Road, Grantham. 

2028 Pte. G. Cromber, warehouseman, 21 
Strandtoun, Belfast.. 

2072 Pte, J. Timkin, clerk, 27 Hillier Roiad, 
New Wandsworth, London. 

2068 Pte. A. H. Coppack, bank clerk, Lon- 
don and South-Western Bank, London. 

2032 Pte. S. W. Smith, law clerk, 10 Lutton 
Street, London. 

2075 Pte. R. H. Upson, optician, High St., 
Maidenhead. 

2051 Pte. R. W. Dullam, draper, 51 Thorn- 
ton Avenue, London, S.W. 

1674 Pte. A. Maclean, draper, Riverside, 
Con on. 

1840 Pte. D. Macdonald, farm servant, 
Moamtrich, Dingwall. 

2046 Pte. N. Brebrer, clerk, 13 Spencer Gar- 
dens, East London. 



~j)fc 4th Seafcrth Highlanders, 3 Coy. — Continued 
\) (\ 

,)j( 1829 Pte. G. G. Mackenzie, clothier, Conac- 
)) ,11 han Villa, Inverness. II' i 



2070 Pte. T. Young, engineer, 10 Cranmer 

Road, London. 
1200 Pte. J. Fraser, painter, 7 Church St., )} 



}}')) Dingwall. }) 

(j 1168 Pte. M. Maeiver, painter, 20 Warden >)' 

' (j Street, Dingwall. )} 

l\ ((( 1938 Pte. J. Henry, painter, 8 Victoria. Place, ' 

(} }) Dingwall. 

\) ,(( 2071 Pte. F. S. Young, advertising agent, 

i{ Strathmore, Fort-William Park, Belfast. )) 

n )) 2064 Pte. J. C. Reid, farmer, Glatting Farm, )) 

ijj Sutton. j) 

(( 2063 Pte. W. B. Reid, farmer, Glatting 

'/ j( Farm, Sutton. 

►M}} 2067 Pte. N. Macdonald, clerk, Tulloch ))} {{ 

") Lodge, Dingwall. i 

'jj 2059 Pte. K. Newton, engineer, 162 Plasbet 

Grove, Manor Park, London. ( 

2045 Pte. C. W. Campbell, automobile de- 
signer, Bearsden, Hunter's Bridge, Herts. i | 
1665 Pte. A. Macintosh, baker, 4 Crawford \\ 
Street, Dingwall. ii'i 
1425 Pte, C. W. Rhind, butcher, 3 Albert iij 
Place, Dingwall. (, 
1985 Pte. S. P. Grant, chauffeur, The Rest, U 

Salisbury. 

797 Lance-Corpl. R. Malcolm, ironmonger, 11 

Bridaig Avenue, Dingwall. V 

1368 Pte. J. R. Maclecd, fitter, Naggot Cot- Vr 

tage, Dingwall. ({ 

1421 Lance-Corpl. R. Macrae, grocer, Rock 

View, Kyle of Lochalsh. 
1755 Sergt. j. Andrew, tailor, 1 Grant Street, 

Dingwall. 
1842 Pte. D. Maclean, barman, Gruinard 

Cottage, Inverness. 
2053 Pte, W. F. D. Sewell, clerk, 20 Bal- 

combe Street, Dorset Square, London. 
2066 Pte. S. Shaw, engineer, Elm Hill, Bam- 

wlev, Grantham. 
2027 Pte. L. F. Fraser, draper, 34 Bushy 

Hill Ro'ad, Camberwell. 
2048 Pte. F. G. Wright, bank clerk, Farrow's 

Bank, London. 
2025 Pte. E. Wigzell, clerk, 597 Harrow Rd., 

London. 
2027 Pte. B. J. Cowan, clerk, 23 Knotts 

Green Road, London. 
2075 Pte. A. O, Upson, farmer, 35 High St., 
Maidenhead. 

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=y}(t= 4th Seaforth Highlanders, B Coy.— Continued 

! H\ 

i) |« 2043 Pte. P. P. L. Stevenson, journalist, 60 

li) 1 London Road, Grantham. 

|| ({( 2029 Pte. W. Pack, pugilist, 36 Storks Road, 

>)) ,(( Bennondsey, London. 

j jjj 2074 Pte. W. L. Goldby, stockbroker, Home- 

•;) ill croft, Footsbray, Kent. 

Hi 2047 Pte. A. H. Wells, tailor, 57 Red Lion 

Street, Holborn, London. 
2083 Pte. A. A Campbell, warehouseman, 32 

Osborne Terrace, London. 
2030 Pte. C. Willoughby, ironmonger, Har- 
row-by Mill, Grantham. 
2026 Pte. R. F. Smith, engineer, Messrs R. 

Hornsby & Sons, Ltd., Grantham. 
2062 Pte. A. L. Shaw, leather manufacturer, 
Elm Hills, Grantham. 

2057 Pte. E. J. Bennet, painter, 7 Fort's 
Green Avenue, London. 

1178 Corpl. A. Mackenzie, grocer, 5 Warden 

Street, Dingwall. 
1765 Sergt. A. T. Anderson, dentist, Fan- 

ellan Avenue, Elgin. 
2046 Pte. O. J. Follett, warehouseman, 49 

Manstead Park, Ilford. 
2069 Pte. W, L. Maslam, actor, Heath St., 

Tarn worth. 
2055 Pte. W. W. Potts, engineer, 27 Cowley 

Hill Lane, St. Helens, Lanes. 
2082 Pte. E. C. Benson, schoolmaster, Den- 
ton Seward Road, Brombv, Kent. 
2054 Pte. T. Barnes, bank cashier, 110 Batrg- 

ery Road, Catford, Kent. 
2000 Pte. R. Brouse, warehouseman, 500 

Harrow Road, London. 

2058 Pte, T. W. Henry, tailor, Mid Raeburn, 
Eskdalemuir, Langholm. 

2073 Pte. W. M. Douglas, clerk, Barstibly 

Castle, Douglas. 
2023 Pte. S. Macdonald, collector, 18 Wind- 
sor Road, Finchley, London. 
1834 Pte. C. J. Cameron, ironmonger, Kin- 

deace, Delny. 
1433 Lance-Corpl. D. Martin, grocer, 8 

Emma, Street, Blairgowrie. 
2065 Pte. D. L. Reid, clerk, 163 Auckland 

Road, West) Norwood. 
2039 Pte. E. F. File, clerk, 61 Shut Street, 

Windsor, Berks. 
2061 Pte. E. Davies, clerk, 9 Broadway, Lud- 

gate Hill, London. 
1588 Pte.W. H. Mackenzie, hall boy, Knock- 

farrel, Dingwall. 

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4th Seaforth Highlanders, B Coy. — Continued 

2036 Pte. P. Cooper, clerk, 36 Hazelrigg 

Road, Clapham, London. J; 1 

2038 Pte. D. H. Wilson, clerk, 168 Caulfield J ];' 

Road, East Ham. \) \[ 

2052 Pte. H. C. Miller, draper, 31 Chish&n j ) (J 

Street, Eaton Square, London. 
1822 Pte. H. Cheeper, law clerk, Kincraig, 

Dingwall. 
1854 Pte. N. Maeswayde, labourer, 3 George 
))) ))) Street, Dingwall. 

1803 Pte. D. Mackenzie, bank clerk, North 

of Scotland Bank, Dingwall. 
2050 Pte. J. Cochrane, clerk, 27 Elveuden 

Road, Palmer's Green, London. 
1145 Pte, J. Mackenzie, platelayer, 80 Church 

Street, Inverness. 
1816 Pte. A. Alcorn, porter, Benthoul, Peter- J 

culter. I 

1426 Pte. G. M. Grant, butcher, 9 Tulloch j 

Street, Dingwall. ,'■', 

\)\ 1436 Pte. F. Munro, stationer, Easter Cot- (( 

l\\ tage, New Street, Alneiss. 

1423 Pte. R. G. Macgregor, grocer, Ward 
Cottage, Dingwall. 

1820 Pte. J. Ross, clothier, St Margaret's, 
(}) Dingwall. 

1818 Pte. W. Dempster, draper, 1 Hill Ter- 
race, Dingwall. 

1644 Pte. J. Mackenzie, plasterer, Knock- 
bain, Dingwall. 

1643 Pte. A. Mackenzie, dentist, Monte 

Vista, Hill Street, Dingwall. 
1056 Drummer I). Maegillivray, salesman, 

3 Victoria Place. Dingwall. 
1529 Corpl.-Dr. A. M. Mackenzie, painter, 

4 Craig Road, Dingwall. 
1739 Sergt. D. Sutherland, canvasser, 2 

Lochiel Placie, Dingwall. 

1832 Corpl. A. Maegillivray, clerk, 3 Victoria 
Place, Dingwall. 

1648 Drummer D. Ross, dental mechanic, 
He riot Mount, Dingwall. 

1655 Pte. G. Finlayson, shoemaker, 5 Black- 
wells Street, Dingwa 1 !. 

1955 Pte. K. Mackay, salesman, Craig Road, 
Dingwall. 

1431 Pte. Jas. Rennie, carter, Culburnie, 
Beauly. 

1645 Pte. D. Macintosh, slater, 4 Crawford 
Street, Dingwall. 

1424 Pte. D. A. Campbell, clerk, Laurel Cot- 
tage, Ames si. 

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4th Seaforth Highlanders, B Coy. — Continued 

535 Corpl. A. MacdonaJd, bank clerk, Vul- 
can Cottage, Dingwall. 
1784 Pte. D. D. Davidson, law clerk, Park 

Street, Dingwall. 
1808 Lanoe-Sergt. K. Macleod, postman, 15 

Hill Street, Dingwall. 
1819 Pte. J. Hunter, chemist, The Cottage, 

Castle Street, Dingwall. 
1833 Pte. J. Maekay, butcher, Hazel Bank, 

Dingwall. 
2307 Pte. J. Galbraith, postman, 24 Mill St., 

Dingwall. 
2085 Pte. D. A. Maclean, engineer, Loch- 

buie Cottage, Dingwall. 



C COMPANY, BLACK ISLE. 

Officers. 

Lieut. J. Cameron, Balnakyle. 
Second-Lieut. Daman. 
Second-Lieut. C. Tennant. 

N.C.O.'s and Men. 

1815 Pte. S. Morrison, mason, 36 Norton 

Obbe, Harris. 
1527 Pte. H. Dingwall, farmer, Culbokie>, 

Comon-Bridge . 
2096 Pte. S. McMurray, warehouseman, 62 

Longton Grove, Lydenham, London. 

2108 Pte. W. R. Grace, clerk, 36 St. Augus- 
tine Road, Belvedere, Kent. 

2102 Pte. E. G. Ridout, clerk, 104 High St., 

Batter sea, London. 
2081 Pte. C. Woodrow, clerk, 283 Trinity 

Road, Wandsmouth, London. 
2110 Pte, W. C. Minckim, architect, Central 

Tydbrook, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. 

2109 Pte. C. E. Bain, draughsman, 33 Merch- 
lamd Roiad, Eltham, London. 

1526 Pte. L. Maclecd, farm servant, Mill- 
bank Cottage, Strath, Gairloch. 

1926 Pte. A. Mackay, engineer, 6 Castle St., 
Fort rose. 

1789 Pte. J. Noble, labourer, Manse Cot- 
tage, Killearnan. 

1525 Pte A. Macdonald, farm servant, Drum- 
derfit, Munlochy. 

2087 Pte. B. R. Buxton, London Telephone 
Coi., Wardfield Park Drive, Westcliffe. 

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4th Seaforth Highlanders, C Coy. — Continued 

2105 Pte, A. D. , clerk, 19 Crane Grave, j| 

Highbury, London. 
2104 Pte. C. H. Dixon, clerk, 5 Myrtle Rd., 

Brentwood, Essex. 
2090 Pte. F. Deeks, traveller, 49 Narcissus 

Road, London. 
2097 Pte. A. Tweddle, clerk, 10 Duke's 

Avenue, London, W. 
2099 Pte. J. H. Irvin, architect, Morlewood, 

SheDperton-on-Thames 1 . 
2107 Pte. J. W. Humphreys, clerk, 76 West 

Street, Frith, Kent, 
1938 Pte. A. Ross, farm servant, Woodside, ||i' 

Ferintosh. ))' 

1562 Lance^Corpl. J. Lumsden, clerk, Ross |( 

Cottage, Balvaird, Muir of Ord. jj 

1354 Lance-Corpl. W. Adams, gardener, j{ 

Little-bin Bannseourt, Ireland. (( 

1964 Pte. D. Fraiser, tailor, 9 Church Street, 11 

Cromarty. hi 

126 Pte. T.' Macrae, trapper, Logie Cottage, (I 

Muir of Ord. Jj 

1226 Pte. W. Ross, draper, Alberta. House, IV 

Evanton. II 

1759 Pte. D. Mackay, student, Ord Distill- (( 

ery, Muir of Ord. 
1089 Ptei. G. Macfarlanei, mechanic, Shore, 11 

Fort-rose. Ill 

2085 Pte. A. Simpson, herdsman, Findon (( 

Pier, Culbokie. (( 

1333 Pte. J. Manson, groom, Mcintosh's (J 

Buildings, Muir of Ord. ({ 

1777 Pte. D. Ross, blacksmith, 2 High St., 

Rosemarkie. 
1885 Pte. J. Cameron, law clerk, Ord Arms, 

Muir of Ord. 
2076 Pte. R. Gilsiom, auditor, 78 Agamem- 

man Road, London, N.W. 
1914 Pte. A. Macrae, wood cutter, Broad- 
brae, Muir of Ord. 
1496 Pte. J. Stewart, farm servant, Allan- 

bum, Kiltarlity. 
1495 Carpi. H. Macdanald, clerk, Wester 

Urray, Muir of Ord. 
1379 Pte* A. Jack, crofter, Taewig, Mun- 

loehy. 
2079 Pte. J. Whittam, solicitor, 32 Manches- 
ter Road, Bung, Lanes. 
1491 Pte. D. Mackenzie, policeman, Rhein- 

down Cottage, Beauly. 
1794 Pte. McStephen, farm servant, 17 Dock, 

Avoch. 

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1775 Pte. Ian Mackay, engineer, Ness, Fort- 
rose. 



|t) Ct= 4th Seaforth Highlanders, C Coy. — Continued =?) Ct= 

r ill ill 1 1 

j J 1658 Pte. A. Henry, porter, Burn-o-Vat, Y\ J 

)} ({( Dinnet, Aberdeenshire. )), ( 

1 ((( 1568 Pte. W. Munro, butcher, 13 Dock, )) {( 
j Avoch. ) 

Vy 1502 Siergt. J. Gunn, coachman, Bulneddry, /( V i 

I'fj, Latheron, Caithness. |) (( 

'(( 1744 Pte. D. Macraie, carpenter, 3 Castle )J, 

I JU 1493 Pte. J. Barron, gardener, Ord Distillery, 

I j 1 Muir of Ord. I; 

i Ji 1 1483 Pte. A. Duff, groom, Muirton Mains, /{ 

Muir of Ord. " )) 

1574 Pte. D. Ross, farm servant, Umballa 
Cottage, Munlochy. 
)))) 282 Col.-Sergt. D. A. Innes, clerk, High- )))((< 

field, Muir of Ord. ju 

1773 Pte. J. Pateirson, blacksmith, Academy {( 

i Street, Fortrose. 

1398 Pte. J. Miller, farmer, Braehouse, Rose- 

markie . (( ' 

1729 Pte. A. Mackenzie, clerk, 6 Union St., ji'| 

445 Pte. D. Macrae, sawmiller, Logic Cot- (" 

j tage, Muir of Ord. ji" 

1618 Pte. J. Macdonald, clerk, Craiglands ( 

Farm, Fortrose. f 

1607 Pte. M. Munro, forester, High Street, I 
Munlochy. I 

1515 Pte. R. Thomson, labourer, Killen Cot- in| 

tage, Avoch. fn 1 

1916 Pte. J. Lawrence, grocer, 4 George St., 
I Avoch. 

2077 Pte. V. W. Cunis, engineer, 8 The Fair- 
field, Old Charlton, Kent. 

2084 Pte. W. H. Oronin, auditor, 103 Bylston 
Road, London. 

2083 Pte. P. Dent, publisher, Hill Lodge, 
Enfield. 

1963 Pte. G. Hoissack, tailor, 2 High Street, 
Roisemarkie. 

2106 Pte. D. Coleman, accountant, 147 Dans- 
ton Road, Dulwich. 

1608 Pte, A. Jack, farmer, Teawig, Mun- 
lot'hy. 

1927 Pte. G. Murray, engineer, Castle St., 

Fortro<se. 
2095 Pte. S. Appleton, warehouseman, 104 

New Poist Road, Middlesbro. 
2086 Pte. G. Musson, 28 Grove Park, Chis- 

wick. 

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4th Seaforth Highlanders, C Coy. — Continued 

2088 Ptie. J .W. Lyon, civil servant, The 
Elms, Briggington, Leighton. 

2089 Pte. E. H. Cairns, clerk, 37 Richmond 
Road, Leytonstone. 

2100 Pte. A. Miller, clerk, Craigton, Loch 
Lomond. 

2091 Pte. H. R. Sugg, engineer, Brodley 
Commons, Waltham Cross. 

2092 Pte. W. A. Hastings, auditor, Roseford 
Gardens, London, W. 

2101 Pte. J. C. Cooper, secretary, 57 Lauder- 
dale Mansions, London, W. 

1917 Pte. R. Patience, baker, 4 Seatom Cot- 
tage, Avooh. 

Darling, Oxford University, 
Eaglefield, Surrey. 
Mackenzie, forester, Brae- 



sawmiller, Pitfour, 
Tomatin, In- 



24 High St. 



2103 Pte. T. M. 
Hollvcombe, 

1567 Pte. H. J 
head, Avooh. 

1837 Pte. K. Maclean 
Munlochy. 

1951 Pte. F. Faller, postman 
verness-shire. 

1727 Pte. W. Campbell, clerk 
Fortrosie. 

1672 Pte. R. Campbell, farm servant, Myrtle 
Cottage, Muir of Ord. 

1498 Pte. K. Campbell, farm servant, Myrtle 
Cottage, Muir of Ord. 

1406 Pte. R. Moore, sawmiller, Bridge St., 
Rosemarkie. 

2094 Pte. H. G. South, engineer, 53 Western 
Elms Avenue, Reading. 

2093 Pte. W. E. Treacher, electrical instru- 
ment maker, 760 Oxford Street, Reading. 

1307 Lanoe-Corpl. H. Macdonald, postman, 
Forbes Buildings, Muir of Ord. 

1234 Pte. W. Logan, blacksmith, Logie Cot- 
tage, Muir of Ord. 

1087 Pte. J. Cameron, joiner, Rosebery, 
High Street, Rosemarkie!. 

1514 Pte. A. McKeddie, painter, Castle St., 
Fortrose. 

1763 Pte. D. Sutherland, joiner, 6 UnioD 
Street, Forbroise. 

1965 Pte. A. Mackenzie, labourer, Brae Fin- 
don, Culbokie, Ccnon. 

1227 Pte. A. Mackenzie, shoemaker, Drum- 
ma droohit, Inverness. 

1412 Pte. Macintosh, van driver, Seafield, 
Muir of Ord. 

1780 Pte. J. Patience, gardener, 46 Hen- 
rietta Street, Avoch. 



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1764 Pte. W. Owens, plasterer, Academy St., 
Fort-rose. 

240 Corpl. J. Allan, labourer, Library 
House, Fortrose. 

1225 Pte. A. Macintosh, sawmiller, Ivy Cot- 
tage, Muir of Ord. 

1397 Corpl. F. Davidson, decorator, Art Cot- 
tage, Fortrose. 

1086 Pte. W. Paterson, grocer, Academy 
Street, Fortrose. 

1530 Pte. J. Fraser, farm servant, Culbokie, 
Oonon. 

1730 Pte. H. Macrae, baker, Castle Street, 
Fortrose. 

1967 Pte. J. Mackenzie, gamekeeper, Brae 
Findon, Culbokie. 

1928 Pte. W. Reid, engineer, 49 Laurence 
Street, Glasgow. 

2078 Pte. E. Murphy, tinsmith, 8 Snell's 
Park, Edmonton, London. 

1351 Lance-Corpl. R. Macdonald, chaff eur, 
Bogoliro, Dingwall. 

2080 Pte. J. O. Archer, engineer, 4 West 
Park, Eltham. 

1411 Pte. D. Macintosh, farm servant, Sea- 
field, Muir of Ord. 

1088 Lance-Corpl. J. Mackenzie, joiner, 51 
High Street, Fortrose. 

1118 Seirgt. J. Smith, bank clerk, Bank of 
Scotland, Edinburgh. 

1492 Pte. A. Grant, postman, Lily Bank, 
Grantown-on-Spey. 

2082 Pte. A. W. Thomson, civil servant, 2 
Great George St., Westminster, London. 

1937 Pte, D. Mackenzie, farm servant, New- 
ton, Ferintosh, Conon. 

1116 Lance-Sergt. R. Jack, joiner, 33 High 
Street, Avoch. 

757 Corpl. W. Smith, miller, Avoch Mills, 
Avoch. 

1657 Pte. W. Forsyth, farm servant, Red- 
field Farm, Avoch. 

1228 Pte. M. Fraser, railway cleaner, 51 
Academy Street, Inverness. 

1637 Pte. J. A. Ross, labourer, Bridgend 
Cottage, Avoch. 

1537 Pte. J. Hossack, plasterer, High Street, 
Rosemarkie. 

1726 Pte. A. J. Anderson, bank clerk, Bank 
of Scotland, Fortrose. 

1737 Pte. Maclennan, grocer, Birchwood Cot- 
tage, Bunchrew. 



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1160 Pte. J. Muir, blacksmith, Charleston, 

North Kessock. 
1625 Pte. J. Harvey, farm servant, Reinboul, 

Alriach, Inverness 1 . 
1563 Pte. W. Fraser, gardener, Woodside 

Cottage, Muir of Ord. 
1474 Pte. J. Speed, gardener, Dundonnel] 

Lodge, Ross-shire. 
148 Quairtermaster-Sergt. Wilson, plumber, 

Drill Hall, Fort rose. 
1561 Sergt. Lisle, cooper, Ord Distillerv, 

Muir of Ord. 
1939 Pte. N. Macintosh, Invergordon. 
1410 Pte. N. Chisholm, vanman, Fairburn, 

Muir of Ord. 
1473 Pte. T. Moore, sawmiller, High Street, 

Rosemarkie. 
723 Pte. N. Maeswayde, saddler, Munlochy. 
1405 Pte. K. Anderson, blacksmith, Ness 

Farm, Fortrose. 
1969 Pte. D. Gordon, farm servant, Crocker, 

Conon. 



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D COMPANY, GAIRLOCH. 

Officees. 

Captain (Major) J. W. Fraser, Roanachroisq, 

Lochbroom. 
Second-Lieut. A. K. Fraser, Roanachroisq, 

Lochbroom. 
Second-Lieut. M. Tennant, 57 PortHand Place, 

London. 

N.C.O.'s and Men. 

2111 Pte. A. D. Gillespie, law student, 

Longcroft, Linlithgow. 
2116 Pte, K. H. Clayton, clerk, Newlands 

Lodge, Caterham, Surrey. 
1465 Pte. M. Macrae, gardener, 5 Port 

Henderson, Gairlocih. 
1327 Pte. K. Macrae, gamekeeper, 23 South 

Errachdale. Gairloch. 
1724 Pte 1 . S. Macpherson, gardener, Bada- 

chro House, Gairloch. 
1260 Pte. M. Macphersion, shoemaker, 9 Port 

Henderson, Gairloch. 
1814 Pte. K. Macpherson, fisherman, Bada- 

chro, Gairloch. 
1513 Pte. J. Macpherson, crofter, 3 South 

Opinan, Gairloch. 



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shepherd, 8 Port 
fisherman, 
fisherman, 



Port 
Bad- 



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%th Seaforth Highlanders, D Coy. — Continued 

1512 Pte. J. Macpherson, steward, 7 South 

Opinan, Gairloch. 
1805 Pte. R. Maclean, shepherd, 24 Bigsand, 

Gairloch. 
1780 Pte. R. Mackenzie, cattleman, 26 South 

Erradale, Gairloch. 
1326 Pte. M. Mackenzie, fisherman, 16 Port 

Henderson, Gairloch. 
1073 Pte. M. Mackenzie, shepherd, South 

Erradale, Gairloch. 
965 Pte. M. Mackenzie, fisherman, 15 Port 

Henderson, Gairlodh. 
1812 Pte. K. Mackenzie, shoemaker, 16 Port 

Henderson, Gairloch. 
1258 Pte.. Mackenzie, steward, Port Hender- 
son, Gairloch. 
1725 Pte. F. Mackenzie, 

Hender son , G airloch . 
1325 Pte. D. Mackenzie, 

Henderson, Gairloch. 
1811 Pte. A. Mackenzie, 

amnal, Gairloch. 
1256 Pte. A. Mackenzie, 

haddock Row, Gairloch. 
967 Pte. A. Mackenzie, mason, 28 South 

Erradale, GaMoch. 
969 Pte. F. Macdonald, fisherman, Red 
Point, Gairloch. 

1323 Pte. H. Bain, fisherman, 6 Opinan, 
Gairloch. 

1206 Drummer J. Ross, joiner, Warden St., 
Dingwall. 

1324 Lance-C'orpl. D. Mackenzie, labourer, 
28 South Erradale, Gairloch. 

336 Lance-Ooirpl. A. Mackenzie, ghillie, 6 
Port Henderson, Gainloeh. 

519 Lance-Sergt. J. K. Mackenzie, mason, 
Tornahulidhe, Gairloch. 

518 Sergeant H. Mackenzie, road contrac- 
tor, Opinan, Gairloch. 

332 Col.-Sergt. J. Chisholm, farmer, Bada- 
cihro Farm, Gairloch. 

2118 Pte. W. Rhind, bank clerk, Commercial 
Bank of Scotland, London. 

2130 Pte. H. M. Todd, clerk, Aberdour Lion 
Road, Bexley Heath, Kent. 

2172 Pte. J. Player, male nurse, Crichton 
Cottage, Dumfries. 

2126 Pte. A. Macdonald, telephone service, 
20 Shrub End Road, Colchester. 

2136 Pte. D. H. Grant, traveler, Blair- 
gowrie, Nithwaite Road, Harrow. 



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2128 Pte. W. H. Gamsey, tailor, Bideford, 
North Devon. 

2137 Pte. W. H. C. Farth, jeweller's assist- 
ant, 26 Francis Road, Leyton, Essex. 



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2129 Pte. P. Friend, grocer, Hingiscott, Tor- }J) J 

rington, N. Devon. }) ;' 

2138 Pte. F. J. Fraser, clerk, 33 Weymouth ))) j 

(I Street, London, W. ' )} ' 

2113 Pte. J. P. Davidson, factory manager, 



Biirghtoun, Epsom. ' ) |f" 

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2134 Pte. J. J. Addison, professional tennis 
player, Coree Elstemuick, Victoria, 

1960 Pte. H. ' Maolellan, gardener, The Gar- 
dens, Torridon. mil'. 

1790 Pte. 8. Urquhart, stalker, Letterewe, 
Achna sheen. 

1536 Pte. J. Rose, gardener, Lochinhully, ))) 

Carr-Bridge. > i 

1295 Pte. W. Macrae, bootmaker, Dornoch, |( ' 

Sutherland. 

1171 Pte. J. Maclennan, footman, Fern 
|( Villa, Kinlochewe. 

1554 Pte. A. Maclennan, carter, Fassaig, 
(I Torridon. ,' ■ 

1800 Pte. R. Mackenzie, joiner, Dunie, 
Torridon. 

1264 Pte. C. Mackenzie, shepherd, Badfearn, 
Aultbea. 

13 Pte. Maciver, gamekeeper, Cromesaig, ^ 

Kinlochewe. 

1767 Pte. R. Macdonald, sawmiller, Inver- 
aligin, Torridon. 

1190 Pte. A. Macdonald, mail driver, 14 
Mellon Charles, Aultbea. 

1772 Pte. F. Macdonald, hotelkeeper, Inver- 
aligin, Torridon. 

1581 Pte. J. Kemp, gamekeeper, Torridon, 
Achnasheen. 

657 Pte. J. Maclennan, barman, Greenhill 
Cottage, Kinlochewe. 

1294 Lance-Corpl. K. Macgregor, black- 
smith, Kishorn, Lochcarron. 

1552 Corpl. M. Macdonald, gamekeeper, 
Park, Torridon. 

1210 Sergt. H. Macintyre, merchant, Gair- 
loch . 

2125 Pte. D. P. Thomson, jute trade, 1 Hynd- 
ford Terrace, Dundee. 

2115 Pte. W. A. Sanderson, grocer, 36 Cole- 
hill Lane, Fuilhatm. 

1578 Pte. W. Ross, joiner, Riverside, Pool- 
ewe. 

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2135 Pte. P. Matthews, clerk, 79 Winstad 
Park Road, Ilford. 

2122 Pte. R. Latta, clerk, 3 Sutton Court, 
Plaistow. 

2285 Pte, H. S. R. Hopping, timber broker, 
128 Osborne Road, Forest Gate. 

2123 Pte. L. Holiday, bank clerk, London 
Citv and Midland Bank, London. 

2133 Pte. J. H. Green, clerk, 37 Derby 

Square, Douglas, Isle of Man. 
2132 Pte. N. D. Green, dentist, 37 Derby 

Square, Dougla.s, Isle of Man. 
2112 Pte. W. Burnside, engineer, The Croft, 

Brom/lev Road, London. 

1579 Pte. K. Urquhart, labourer, 15 Croft, 
Poolewe. 

1947 Pte. A. Ross, mechanic, Riverside 

.House, Poolewe. 
1586 Pte. J. Mitchell, hotel boots, 1 Longubh, 

Poolewe. 
1464 Pte. W. Maclennan, fitter, 6 Kennedy 

Drive, Partick. 
1247 Pte. G. Maclennan, tailor, The School- 
house, Poolewe. 
1600 Pte. D. Maclennan, car driver, West 

Terrace, Ullapool. 
1576 Pte. A. Maclennan, ghillie, Coast, In- 

verasdale, Rosis-shire. 
1584 Pte. K. Maclean, blacksmith, Riverside, 

Poolewe. 
1619 Pte. J. Mackenzie, groom, 5 Mei'on- 

udrigle, Aultbea. 
1246 Pte. J. Mackenzie, woodman, 12 Croft, 

Poolewe. 
1575 Pte. J. Mackenzie, shepherd, 1 Laide, 

Aultbea, 

1243 Pte. A. Campbell, gardener, Inverewe, 
Poolewe. 

627 Pte. J. Cameron, shepherd, Londubh, 
Poolewe. 

1580 Lance-Corpl. A. Cameron, ghillie, 10 
Londubh, Poolewe. 

1064 Lance-Corpl. A. Mackenzie, clem, 

Croft, Poolewe. 
946 Corporal C. Reid, engineer, 25 Gordon 

Villa, Inverness. 

1244 Sergt. F. Maciver, ghillie, First Coast, 
Aultbea. 

2117 Pte. S. G. Young, clerk, 19 Rutland 

Park, London, N.W. 
2114 Pte, W. E. Renwick, stockbroker, 31 

Stockwell Park Crescent, London. 



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2119 Pte. D. Madeley, motor engineer, 21 
Oottenha.m Park Road, Wimbledon. 

2120 Pte. M. Macphail, clerk, 104 Dalkeith 
Road, Edinburgh. 

2124 Pte. P. Francis, engineer, 82a Bedford 
Road, Clap bam. 

2121 Pte. H. G. Douner, civil servant, 44 
Watermore Rciad, Cirenaster. 

2131 Pte. H .Barnes, bank clerk, 2 Alder- 

brooke Road, London. 
1396 Pte. J. Macleod, gardener, 56 Lone- 
11 more, Gairloch. 

1211 Pte. H. MaclennaHj barman, Greenhill 
C ot t a ge , K inloch ewe . 
Pte. M. Maclean, bank clerk, Bank of 
Cfl Montreal, London. 

(J 1599 Pte. M. Maclean, shop assistant. Sea 

View, Gairioch. 

1635 Pte. M. Maclean, waiter, 45 Lonmore, 
Gairloch. 

1631 Pte. A. Maclean, carpenter, Sea View, 

Gairloch. 
1163 Pte, K. A. Mackenzie, clerk, Bank of 

Scotland. 
1629 Pte. J. Mackenzie, carpenter, Willow 

Bank, Gairloch. 
1257 Pte. J. Mackenzie, coachman, Melvaig, 

Gairloch . 

1385 Pte. D. Mackenzie, chafleur, 29 Strath, 
Gairloch. 

365 Pte. D. Mackenzie, mason, Drumchork, 

Aultbea. 
1219 Pte. A. Maoiver, hotel porter, 36 Lon- 
morei, Gairloch. 
'(( 1597 Pte. M. Macdonald, shoemaker, Red 

Point, Gairiloch. 

1636 Pte. K. Fraser, student, 44 Lonmore, 
Gairloch. 

1216 Pte. J. Bain, Lonmore, Gairloch. 

1409 Pte. A. B. Bain, engineer, Portnabail, 

Gairloch. 
1179 Pte. D. Mackenzie, draper, 4 Craig 

Road, Dingwall. 
1598 Lance-Corpl. D. Mackenzie, carter, 24 

Strath, Gairloch. 

1386 Lance-Corpl. W. Maeiver, farm servant, 
36 Lonemore, Gairloch. 

1218 Lance-Corpl. M. Fraser, chaffeur, 11 

Strath, Gairloch. 
343 Corporal D. Macintosh, draper, Apron 

Hill, Strath, Gairloch. 
492 Sergt. H. Bain, shoemaker, Portahaile, 

Gainlocb. 

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1661 Pte. W. Macrae, tailor, Badachro-, 

Gairloch. 
737 Pte. A. Mackenzie, shoemaker, Caber- 

feidh Cottage, Gairloch. 
1666 Pte. M. Macaulay, clerk, 14 Opinan, 
f Gairloch. 

) \ 501 Pte. A. Bain, mission worker, 5 Opinan, ))) W 

\\ Si Gairloch. }(} jj 

1773 Pte. A. Mackenzie, joiner, Annat, Tor- 
ridon. 

1065 Pte. A. Maclennan, handyman, Moss- 
bank, Poolewe. 

1220 Pte. K. Mackenzie, tailor, Strath, Gair- 
loch. 

1162 Pte. A. Mackenzie, tailor, 29 Strath, 
Gairloch. 

1154 Pte. A. Mackenzie, tailor, Willow Bank, 
Gairloch. 

1209 Pte. J. Fraser, tailor, 27 Strath, Gair- 
loch . 

1217 Pte. A. Fraser, gardener, 27 Strath, 
Gairloch. 

1774 Pte. J. Bain, shoemaiker, North Erra- 
dale, Gairloch. 

1134 Corporal D. Maeiver, gamekeeper, Cro- 

masaig, Kinlcchewe. 
j 1582 Pte. A. Mackenzie, blacksmith, Drill 

Hall Street, Lochcarron. 
1583 Ptie. A. Mackenzie, shepherd, Culan- 
}} eilan, Kinlcchewe. 

1482 Pte. C. Mackenzie, labourer, Cromasadg, 

Kinlochewe. 
1949 Pte. D. Mackenzie, labourer, Post 

Office, Kinllochewe. 
1380 Pte. J. Macleay, chaff eur, Tighnafiline, 

Aultbea. 
1335 Pte. J. Maclennan, chaff eur, Cottage, 

Kinlochewe. 
1659 Pte. Macrae, shoemaker, Blairmore, 

Kinlochewe. 

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E COMPANY, ULLAPOOL. 

Officers. 

Captain D. A. Mackenzie, Ullapool. 

Second-Lieut. A. V. Sutherland Graeme, 
London. 

Second-Lieut. H. A. Summer s-Lenzie, Glas- 
gow. 

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N.C.O.'s and Men. 

1605 Pte. R. Macleod, crofter, Strathcanaird, 

Ullapool. 
1742 Pte. G. Mackenzie, boilermaker, West 

Terrace, Ullapool. 
1469 Pte. A. Macleod, crofter, Laide of Reiff, 

Ullapool . 
1679 Pte, R. Mackenzie, tailor, Argyle St., 

Ullapool. 
1798 Pte. W. Ross, merchant., Market St., 

Ullapool. 
1166 Pte. J. Morrison, tailor, 19 Southdale, 

Stornoway. 
64 Pte. A. Marsden, car driver, 167 High 

Street, Elgin. 
1208 Pte. R. Macleod, labourer, Blairbrae, 

Coigach, Uldapool. 
1535 Pte. A. Macleod, labourer, 191 Welling- 
ton Buildings, Chelsea. 

1273 Pte. G. Mackenzie, labourer, Mill St., 
Ullapool. 

1670 Pte. A. Mackenzie, labourer, Pulteney 
Street, Ullapool. 

1274 Pte. A. Campbell, merchant, Dornie, 
Achiltibuie, Ullapool. 

1168 Pte. M. Aird, painter, Argyle Street, 

Ullapool. 
1713 Lance-Corpl. W. Ross, spinner, Brae of 

Ullapool. 
90 Lance-Corpl. A. Macmillan, painter, 

Argyle Street, Ullapool. 
1102 Lance-Corpl. H. Mackenzie, gardener, 

Garrin, Lochbroom. 
132 Lance-Sergt. M. Mackenzie, tailor, 

Argyle Street, Ullapool. 
38 Col.-Sergt. A. Mackenzie, tailor, Sea 

View House, Lochinver. 
51 Sergt. Cook J. Maclean, traveller, 

Mill Street, Ullapool. 
1523 Pte. M. Munro', bank clerk, National 

Ba;nk, Ullapool. 
694 Pte. W. Macdonald, taiflor, West Ter- 
race, Ullapool. 
1253 Pte. A. Munro, vanman, 26 High St., 

Dingwall. 
1111 Pte. A. Macneill, seaman, 126 Polglass, 

Coigach, Ullapool. 
2146 Pte. R. J. Dumard, traveller, Sweet 

WiBlow, Ninfield, Battle 1 , Sussex. 
1751 Pte. K. Mackenzie, labourer, Letters, 

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19 Pte. M. J. Maclean, labourer, Pulteney 
Street, Ullapool. 

1486 Pte. M. Macleod, fisherman, Achilti- 
buie, Ullapool. 

1652 Pte. A. Mackenzie, tailor, Shore Street, 
Ullapool. 

1940 Pte. J. Mackenzie, miner, Letters, 
Lochbroom. 

1372 Pte. M. Mackenzie, school teacher, Ad- 
mair, Ullapool. 

1100 Pte. K. Mackenzie, labourer, Morefield, 
Ullapool. 

1391 Pte. K. J. Munro, gardener, West. Ter- 
race, Ullapool. 

2139 Pte. S. Bastean, clerk, 32 The Avenue, 
Brondesbury Park, London. 

1150 Pte. W. Jardine, carding, Braes, Ulla- 
pool. 

1712 Pte. M. Macleod, tailor, Pulteney St., 
Ullapool. 

1946 Pte. A. Mackenzie', seaman, Pulteney 
Street, Ullapool. 

2150 Pte. F. T. James, hatter, 141 Ashbur- 
ton Terrace, Catford. 

1350 Pte. K. Macleod, shipwright, 16 Pulte^ 
ney Street, Ullapool. 

1654 Pte. T. Finlayson, gardener, 5 Logie 
Cottage, Forres. 

1487 Pte. H. Macleod, crofter, Achiltibuie, 
Coigach, Ullapool. 

1522 Pte. W. Fraser, farmer, Achiltibuie, 
Coigach, Ullapool. 

1807 Pte. R. Macleod, farm servant, 15 Pul- 
teney Street, Ullapool. 

1669 Pte. D. Macdonald, labourer, West 
Terrace, Ullapool. 

1918 Pte. A. H. M. Cattan, 31 Gillespie 
Crescent, Edinburgh. 

1108 Pte. D. Mackenzie, joiner, Crofters, 
Lochbroom. 

1557 Pte. A. Macdougall, gardener, Brae- 
more. 

1470 Pte. D. Macleod, blacksmith, 136 Pol- 
glass, Ocdgach, Lochbroom. 

765 Lance-Corpl. M. Campbell, crofter, Ach- 
iltibuie, Ullapool. 

988 Pte. A. Macleod, blacksmith, 12 Pulte- 
ney Street, Ullapool. 

1392 Pte. E. Maclean, draper, Ardcharnich, 
Garve. 

2161 Pte. Sainsbury, bank clerk, Barclay's 
Bank, London. 

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2166 Pte. C. B. Stewart, male nurse, 44 

Gorrie Road, Clapham, London. 
2169 Pte. A. L. Wallace, commission agent, 

74 Milton Park, London. 
2155 Pte. G. N. Macgregor, stockbroker, 46 

Lawrence Place, Dow an Hill, Glasgow. 
696 Pte. R. Mackenzie, shoemaker, West 

Shore Street, Ullapool. 

1104 Pte. D. Smith, chauffeur, Fircb Lodge, 
Ullapool. 

1691 Pte. A. Mackenzie, tailor, 6 Lots of 

Scoraig, Lochbroom. 
2165 Pte. Sadler, engineer, Milton House, 

East Molesly, Surrey. 
330 Pte. K. Campbell, carpenter, Quay St., 

Ullapool. 
1534 Pte, Sutherland, tailor, Point Street, 

Ullapool. 

1105 Pte. T. Smith, labourer, Firch, Loch- 
broom. 

16 C'orpl. D. Mackenzie, tailor, Redrow, 

Ullapool. 
1528 Sergti. C. Ross, tailor, 12 Braes of (( 

Ullapool. 1,1.1 

1348 Pte. M. Maclean, labourer, Strathcan- 

aird, Ullapool. 
956 Pte. K. D. Mackenzie, tailor, Mill St., 

Ullapool . 
1348 Pte. D. Macdonald, shipwright, Moss 

Street, Ullapool. 
1167 Corpl. D. Maciver, tailor, 9 Aird, Uig, 

Stornoway. 
1238 Pte. K. Mackenzie, tailor, Greenwood 

Cottage, Roisehalil. 
1169 Pte. W. Mackenzie, shipwright, Lady- 
smith House, Ullapool. 
1722 Pte. S. Maicleod, boilermaker, Market 

Street, Ullapool. 
1353 Pte. D. Maclean, tailor, Point Street, 

Ullapool, 
1272 Pte. A. Macleod, chauffeur, Hillside 

Cottage, Palbain, Ullapool. 
1668 Pte. D. Fraser, labourer, Crofters, 

Lochbroom. 
1973 Pte. J. Macarthur, bank clerk, National 

Bank of Scotland, Inverness. 
687 Sergt. J. Aird, tailor, Argyle Street, 

Ullapool. 
47 Piper K. Mackenzie, tailor, Pulbeney 

Street, Ullapool. 
2162 Pte. C. B. Sherman, salesman, 114 

Blythswood Road, Goodmayes, Essex. 

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If 

j 60 Pte. N. Macleod, tailor, Moorefield, 

Ullapool. 
35 Pte. A. Mackay, tailor, Braemore, 
Ullapool . 

1488 Pte. M. Macleod, wire fencer, Altando, 
Achiltibuie, Ullapool. 

688 Pte. M. Macdonald, tailor, Moss, 

Ullapool . 
58 Corpl. M. Macleod, blacksmith, 3 Pul- 

teney Street, Ullapool. 
1349 Pte. H. Mackay, porter, Comtin Farm, 

Strathpeiffer. 
1850 Pte. W. Mackenzie, labourer, Letters, 

Lochbroom. 
693 Corpl. K. A. Mackenzie, tailor, Pul- 

teney Street, Ullapool. 
1352 Pte. M. Mackenzie, carter, Caledonian 

Buildings, Ullapool. 
1364 Pte. K. Macnab, carpenter, Achindrean, 

Lochbroom. 
1671 Pte. W. Mackenzie, tailor, Shore St., 

Ullapool. 
1766 Pte. P. Cameron, joiner, Dundonnell, 

Ullapool. 
1109 Pte. H. Campbell, labourer, Ardharnich, 

Garve. 
76 Lance-Ccrpl. A. Stewart, farm servant, 

Moorefield, Ullapool. 
763 Pte. J. W. Muir, seaman, Achiltibuie, 

Coigaeh, Ullapool. 
1747 Pte. K. Graham, shipwright, Scalpay, 

Harris. 
69 Sergt. R. Moodie, warehouseman, Cus- 
tom House Street, Ullapool. 
1453 Pte. T. Mackay, barman, Contin Mains, 

Strathoeffer. 
22 Pte. K. Maolennan, tailor, Shore Street, 

Ullapool. 
1604 Pte. A. Munro, barman, 16 Pulteney 

Street, Ullapool. 
1721 Pte. H. Cossar, weaver, Braes of Ulla- 
pool. 
1468 Sergt. J. Mackenzie, joiner, Achiltibuie, 

Ullapool. 

1489 Pte. A. Macgregor, shepherd, Laide 
Reiif, Coigaeh. 

2160 Pte. S. A. Nairn, salesman, Elmbank, 

Maberlv, Aberdeen. 
2144 Pte, A. Cole, clerk, Penn Cottage, Ux- 

bridge. 
1471 Pte. D. Madleod, hotel porter, Bolbain, 

Ullapool. 



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2159 Pte. G. Meiklewight, butcher, 30 Braid- 
wood Road, Catford. 

2142 Pte. A. Clark, engineer, 91 Grosvenor 
Road, London. 

2140 Pte. R. M. Beek, .traveller, 28 Devon- 
shire Road, Aberdeen. 

2154 Pte. G. E. Lord, jeweller, 99 Clapham 
Park Road, London. 

2151 Pte. J. Johnstone, clerk, 2 Upper 
Hornsey Rise, London. 

2148 Pte. F. Groom, jeweller, 46 Connaught 
Street-, Kettering. 

2156 Pte. M. D. Macnab, bank clerk, Bank of 
New South Wales, London. 

1813 Pte. W. J. Cossar, mill worker, Mill 

Braes, Ullapool. 
2168 Pte. J. Urqubart, traveller, Asygarth, 

Conway Roiad, London. 

2170 Pte. T. W. Baker, outfitter, Hanstead 
House, Comberton. 

2171 Pte. F. H. Holder, clerk, The Grove, 
Queen's College, Cambridge. 

2158 Pte. E. C. F. Moffat, student, Oamann, 
New Eltham, Kent. 

2157 Pte. M. G. F. Moffat, Oamann, New 
Eltham, Kent. 

2145 Pte. W. Cundick, artist, Balmoral, 

Blike Hall, Winsted, Essex. 
2147 Pte. W. Gaul, salesman, 5 Norland 

Square, London. 

2141 Pte. W. A. Carr, clerk, 18 Anchor 
Flats, Castle Street, South wark. 

2153 Pte. C. S. Kent, engineer, Norfolk 
House, Molesey. 

2152 Pte. F. C. Kent, chemist, Norfolk 
House M^olesev. 

2164 Pte. A^ Skuce,' hosier, 59 Warwick St., 

Oxford. 
2167 Pte. D. P. Reid, clerk, 3 Newark Road, 

Pollokshields, Glasgow. 

2143 Pte. H. J. Cole, estate agent, Penn 
College, Uxbridge. 

2149 Pte. W. Hazell, civil servant, Feathers 
Public House, Kingston. 

2163 Pte. H. Selleck, bricklayer, 110 Stock- 
well Road, London. 

1984 Pte. Macnair, garage keeper, 275 Golf 
Hill Drive, Dennistoun, Glasgow. 

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Officers. 

Captain I. Forsyth 1 , Balintraid. 

Lieut. Brook, Invergorden. 

2nd Lieut. M. A. Fitzroy, Fox Hill, West 

Haddon, Rugby. 
2nd Lieut. A. H.. 0. Hope, Edinburgh. (V 



N.C.O.'s and Men. 

5683 Acting Sergt. -Major J. W. S. Glass, 
late Sergt. -Instructor, F Company, In- 
vergordon. 

821 Pte. J. Mackay, ploughman, Culcairn 
Farm, Invergordon. 

1570 Pte. J. Farquhar, groom, Tomich Farm. 

1312 Pte, D. Macbean, farm servant, Milna- 
fua, Alness. 

1919 Pte. W. G. Scott, farm servant, Port- 
leich, Delny. 

1596 Pte. S. A. Miller, fishmonger, 195 Great 
College Street, Camden Town, London. 

2197 Pte. J. C. Galbraith, clerk, 51 South 
Park Parade, Seven Kings. 

2172 Pte. C. Harper, salesman, 4 Wellington 
Street, Bedford. 

2199 Pte. J. Gemmik, farmer, Wood Farm, 
Essex. 
} 1508 Pte. ' H. Mackenzie, clerk, 66 Shrews- 

bury Road, New Southgate, London. 

2213 Pte. G. Strickland, schoolmaster, New- 
lands, MoTecambe, Lanes. 

2217 Pte. E. Pellinger, schoolmaster, 114 

Seymour Road, Hamrigav. 
2208 Pte. G. Allscpp, actor, 11 Primrose 

Hill Road, London. 

2198 Pte. R. Whitton, jeweller, 82 Cromer 
Street, King's Cross, London. 

2207 Pte. R. L. Wilson, bank clerk, Man- 
chester and Liverpool Bank, London. 

2203 Pte. G. H. Brown, engraver, 13 Ruskill 
Road, London, S.W. 

2179 Pte. S, T. Gellatly, clerk, 107 Wood- 
side Gardens, Bruce Grove, London. 

2182 Pte. N. A. Ormiston, bank clerk, Na- 
tional Bank of India, London. 

2188 Pte. A. T. Helsden, merchant, 122 
Church Street, Edgeware Road, London. 

2214 Pte. R. K. Lochhead, clerk, 6 King's 
Gate, Dowanhill, Glasgow. 

2211 Pte. A. J. Wolfe, clerk, The Cottage, 
Teston, Kent. 

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2210 Pte. B. G. Farrow, clerk, 36 Coventry 

Road, Ilford, Essex. 
1699 Pte. R. Maclennan, butcher, 163 High 

Street, Invergorden. 

2195 Pte. W. A. Wale, commercial traveller, 
Bosworth Road, New Barnet, Herts. 

247 Lance-Corpl. H. Dunn, plumber, Clyde 
Street, Invergorden. 

2306 Pte. J. Bain, glover, 111 Dundee St., 

Edinburgh. 
2355 Pte. W. Boneham, butler and valet, Ye 

Old Eclipse Hotel, Mansfield, Notts. 
2183 Pte. H. Boneham, schoolmaster, Ye 

Olde Eclipse, Westgate, Mansfield, Notts. 
2173 Pte. E. C. Bessent, estate agent's 

assistant, 5 London Road, Civenaster, 

Glois. 
1920 Pte. C. Aitken, gardener, The Green, 

Udny, Aberdeenshire!. 
2185 Pte. C. F. Schurir, farmer, The Bridge 

Farm, Shellev. 

2194 Pte. T. H. Wale, clerk, 50 Dartmouth 
Park Road, London. 

2204 Pte. H. E. Scarlett, clerk, 130 Hill 
Lane, Southampton. 

2215 Pte. C. W. Crichton, chartered account- 
ant, 42 Redcliff Gardens, Ilford, Essex. 

2196 Pte. E. Daykin, waiter, 183 Nottingham 
Road, Derbv. 

2206 Pte, F. Lambert, clerk, 28 Coventry 
Road, Ilford, Essex. 

2205 Pte. S, Lambert, clerk, 28 Coventry 
Road, Ilford, Essex. 

2195 Pte. A. L. Smith, engineer, 52 Jemimg- 
hani Road, New Cross, London. 

2286 Pte. R, Harrison, clerk, 1 Auckland 
Read, Ilford. 

1301 Pte. J. Mackay, butcher, 15 Clyde St., 
Invergordon. 

1399 Pte. T. Macrae, sawmiller, 1 Suther- 
land Street, Tain. 

335 Pte. W. Macintosh, labourer, 20 Clyde 
Street, Invergorden. 

1876 Pte. H. Finlayson, plumber, 5 Black- 
wells Street, Dingwall . 

1839 Pte. W. Clark, lorryman, 12 George 
Street, Dingwall. 

1641 Pte. D. Duff, stationer, 19 Hugh Mil- 
ler Street, Invergordon. 

538 Sergt. J. Robertson, plumber, Strath- 
rorie, Alness. 

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2174 Pte. J. R. Blackwood, warehouseman, 
Hind, Beall, & Ellis, 91 Watling Street, 
London. 

2308 Pte. J. Macdonald, gamekeeper, Kin- 
craig Estate, Invergordon. 

1696 Pte). H. Fraser, grocer, 15 Joss Street, 
Invergordon . 

1050 Pte. T. Sutherland, grocer, Rosskeen 
Farm, Invergordon. 

1869 Lance-Corpl. G. Ross, tailor, Saltburn, 
(( Invergordon. 

1287 Pte. J. S. Calder, carter, 12 Clyde St., 
Invergordon. 

1871 Pte. A. Lamb, plumber, Outram Street, 
Invergordon. 

1846 Pte. R. W. Ross, farm servant, Dun- 
glass, Conon-Bridge. 

1977 Pte. W. Duff, tank erector, 19 Hugh 
Miller Street, invergordon. 

942 Sergt. J. Robertson, gardener, Ivy 
Cottage, Balnagown, Kildary. 

1959 Pte. A. Macleod, fireman, Doking Rail- 
way Contractors, London. 

2178 Pte. G. Bannerman, civil servant, 4 
The Waldrons, Crovdon. 

2220 Pte. L. M. Bailey, surveyor, 1 The 
Drive, Ilford, Essex. 

2192 Pte. H. J. Shaw, clerk, 1 Valentine's 
Road, Ilford. Essex. 

2181 Pte, R, H. Shaw, civil engineer, 1 
Valentine's Rciad, Ilford, Essex. 

2189 Pte. T. A. Harrot, merchant, 75 Bynn 
Avenue, London, E. 

2190 Pte, C. Leithead, publisher, 80 Bonaly 
Road, Edinburgh. 

2176 Pte. R, Baomerman, 51 Blenheim Park 

Road, Crovdon, Surrev. 
2184 Pte. T. Meek, bank clerk, Clydesdale 

Bank, Prestonpans. 
1698 Pte. R, Graham, Veterinary surgeon, 

25 Outram Street, Invergordon. 
374 Sergt. D. Thomson, piper, East Lodge, 

Invergordon Castle'. 
728 Corpl. A. Ross, road contractor, 167 

High Street, Invergordon. 
1844 Pte. R. Maclennan, plumber, Bridaig 

Cottage, Dingwall. 
1507 Lance-Corpl. R. Ross, farm servant, 

Rhicullen, Invergordon. 
1151 Pte. D. Clark, waiter, 140 High Street, 

Invergordon. 
1983 Pte. W. Noble, mason, 5 Simpson St., 

Nairn. 

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1311 Lance-Corpl. R. A. George, student, 34 
High Street, Invergordon. 

2212 Pte. A. Robb, compositor, 7 Bismarck 
Read, Highgate, London. 

333 Col.-Sergt. T. Cumming, postman, 17 
Outram Street, Invergorden. 

1817 Sergt. J. Bell, pensioner soldier, County 

Buildings, Dingwall. { 

1577 Pte. N. Maclennan, labourer, Kirk- 
sheaf, Tain. 

1650 Pte. Anderson, gardener, Polio* Farm, 
Delny. 

1843 Pte. A. Fraser, flesher, Peartree Cot- 
tage, Alness. 

1694 Pte. D. Weir, shoemaker', High Street, 
Invergordon. 

1639 Pte. D. Lines, labourer, Portleich, 
Delny. 

1978 Pte. J. Davidson, seaman, Saltburn, 
Invergordon. 

1334 Pte. D. Robertson, gardener, Ivy Cot- 
tage, Kildary. 

1267 Pte. A. Maeleod, labourer, Balintraid, 
Delny. 

1852 Pte. G. Munro, labourer, Laidlaw 

Buildings, Saltburn. 
1845 Pte. W. Munroi, gardener, Coulhill, 

Alness. 

1268 Pte. W. Ferguson, woodcutter, Easter (y 
Ardross, Alness. 

1569 Pte. E. Scott, labourer, Rosskeen Farm, 
Invergordon. 

1585 Pte. G. Maclennan, labourer, Kirk- 
sheaf Farm, Tain. 

1864 Pte. D. Ross, farm servant, Humber- 
ston Farm, Dingwall. 

1880 Pte. J. Mackenzie, tailor, Ivy Cottage, 
Saltburn. 

1884 Pte. A. Mustard, farm servant, Kin- 
deace Farm, Delny. 

1313 Pte. W. Maeleod, farm servant, Balin- 
traid, Delny. 

1804 Pte. R. "Marshall, carpenter, Balla- 
chraggan, Kildary. 

1310 Lance-Corpl. J. Fraser, shop assistant, 
Polnicol, Delny. 

1508 Pte. H. Mackenzie, engine driver, 133 
High Street, Invergordon. 

1697 Pte. A. Ross, labourer, 57 Clyde St., 
Invergordon. 

1640 Pte. D. Jack, hairdresser, King Street, 
Invergordon . 

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1170 Cor pi. J. J. Sutherland, blacksmith, }}} (j 

Inverbreakie, Invergordon. 
1304 Pte. A. H. Macrae, baker, 21 Joss St., 

Invergorden. 
1133 Pte. N. Ross, forester, Cromarty Place, 

Milton, Kildary. 
1870 Pte. J. Urquhart, labourer, 19 Outrain 

Street, Invergorden. V Y\ l 

1799 Pte. A. Macdonald, coachman, Badins- ' M ( 

callie, Ullapool. 
1174 Pte. R. C. Watt, tailor, 141 High St., 

Invergordon. \\ { 

857 Lance-Sergt. A. Mackenzie, farm ser- 
vant, Rhives, Invergordon. 
1545 Pte. C. Sutherland, labourer, Inver- 

breakie , Invergordon;. 
1855 Lance-Corpl. D. Menzies, plumber, 15 

Balconie Street, Evanton. 
1051 Drummer D. T. Campbell, forester, 

Sea View, Portleich, Delny. 
1298 Pte. Campbell, blacksmith, Portleich, 

Delny. 
1987 Pte. A. Maekay, coachman, Barbara- 

ville, Delny. 
2187 Pte. J. Smith, draper, Jemmiaville, 

Invergordon. 
2175 Pte. W. A. Barr, journalist, Hillhead, 

Woldingham, Surrey. 
2177 Pte. E. A. Bignell, electric siiperintend- 

ent, Failtiei, Ringstead Road, Sutton, 

Surrey. 
2180 Pte. C. A. Pearks, Insurance, Brocken- 

hurst, 2 Coventry Road, Ilford. 
313 Pte. J. Anderson, rabbit contractor, 

East Nettoch, Strathspey. 
1510 Pte. R. Macpherson, painter, Barbara- 

ville, Delnv. 
2308 Pte. T. Watt, shipwright, 141 High 

Street, Invergordon. 
1509 Pte. F. Brown, sawmiller, Hawthorn 

Cottage, Invergordon. 
1241 Pte. G. Barclay, farm servant, Shan- 
wick Mains, Nigg. 
2307 Pte. A. Anderson, grocer, King Street, 

Tain. 
2305 Pte. A. Ross, cashier, Saltburn. 
2186 Pte. W. Still, engineer, 16 Grosvenor 

Road, Ilford. 
1695 Ptei. J. Macintosh, labourer, 20 Clyde 

Street, Invergordon. 
1624 Lance-Corpl. K. Smith, ironmonger, 

Forgh, Lochbroom. 

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ftth Seaforth Highlanders, F Coy. — Continued 

1295 Lance-Corpl. W. Vass, grocer, Broom- 
hill, Delny, Invergordon. 

1596 Pte. G. 'Miller, farm servant, Ardmore, 
Edderton. 

1173 Carpi. W. G. Rae, carpenter, 165 High 
Street, Invergordon. 

1401 Pte. Ross, tank erector, 139 High St., 
Invergordon. 

1881 Pte. R. Ross, carpenter, Saltburn. 

1719 Pte. A. Macdonald, porter, Market 
Stance, Muir of Ord. 

1242 Pte. G. Fletcher, wood cutter, Eagle 
Buildings, Alness. 

2193 Pte. C. G. Richford, engineer, Summer- 
hill, Headcom, Kent. 

1303 Pte. J. Shepherd, farm servant, Torran 
)» III Farm, Delny. 

1315 Pte. T. Fraser, farm servant, Balin- 
traid, Delny. 

1753 Pte. D. Macdonald, farm servant, Ross- 
keen Farm, Invergordon. 

1948 Pte. M. Johnston, baker, Avon Cot- 
tage, Attadale Road, Inverness. 



G Company, Alness. 

Officers. 

Lieut. (Captain) O. Blunt, Lochbroom. 
Lieut. C. M. Cameron, Balnakyle. 
2nd Lieut. Watt, Wishaw. 

N.C.O.'s and Men. 

1393 Pte. C. Bain, clerk, Newfield, Alness. 
1181 Pte. R. Mackenzie, dairyman, Obsdale 

Cottage, Alness. 
1322 Pte. J. Robertson, porter, Tullich 

House, Alness. 
1339 Pte. J. Pirrie, farm servant, Contul- 

lich, Alness. 
1478 Lance-Corpl. D. J. Munro, bank clerk, 

National Bank, Dingwall. 
1717 Pte. R. Murray, forester, Culcraggie, 

Alness. 
1735 Pte. T. Macleod, carter, Aultnafearn, 

Alness. 
1484 Pte. R. Grant, postman, East End, do. 
2248 Pte. L. H. Sanderson, clerk, 178 Buck- 
ingham Palace Road, London. 

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ALL CLASSES OF CATERING CONTRACTED FOR AT 
REASONABLE TERMS. 



POSTING, MOTOR GARAGE, REPAIRS, AND PETROL^ 
IN CONNECTION WITH HOTEL. 



Telephone— No. 35. Telegrams— Royal, Dingwall. 

STEPHEN COYNE, Proprietor. 

The NATIONAL Horse-HSring Stables, 

DINGWALL. 



ALL KINDS OF CONVEYANCES, WITH ANY NUMBER OF 
HORSES, KEPT FOR HIRE. 



FUNERAL UNDERTAKING— 
for which Mr Gunm has very fine Black Horses. 



Terms Moderate. 



PETER GUNN, NATIONAL STABLES, DINGWALL. 

Telegrtatms — Gimn, Dingwall. Telephone — 41 y 3. 

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1015 Pte. D. Munro, sawiniller, Charlotte 

Bank, Alness. 
2235 Pte. A. Archibald, insurance clerk, The 

Mascot, Cambridge Road, Twickenham. 
1290 Pte. H. Macdonald, engine driver, 

Orient Cottage, Alness. 

1341 Pte. D. Williamson, labourer, Station 
Villa, Alness. 

1688 Pte, A. Burn, hairdresser, 57 High St., 

Alness. 
1009 Pte. R. Johnstone*, sawiniller, Haw- 
thorne Cottage, Alness. 
1734 Pte. J. S. Bra.be, forester, Bramshotts, 

Lipbrook, Hampshire. 
1369 Pte. W. Dingwall, farm servant, Clash- 

nabuiac, Alness. 
1891 Lance-Corpl. C. Calder, gardener, 

Archieston, Morayshire. U 

2326 Pte. Macnab, " Scotsman " Office, J 

Foulis Cottage, Evanton. 
1006 Sergt. Macleod, footman, Swordale, 

Evanton. 
1685 Pte. P. Cameron, tailor, Caberfeidh 

House, Evanton. 
1716 Pte. K. Campbell, farm servant, Castle 

Needle, Evanton. 
1481 Pte. M. Kemp, carter, Rustic Cottage, 

Evanton. 
1019 Pte. N. Macleod, farm servant, Drum- 

mond, Evanton. 

1342 Corporal A. Jack, blacksmith, Balconie 
Street, Evanton. 

1480 Pte. D. Fraser, postman, Balconie St., 

Evanton. 
1872 Pte. J. Black, gardener, 12 Camden 

Street, Evanton. 
1026 Pte. W. D. Mackenzie, grocer, Eilian- 
ach, Evanteni. 
1013 Pte. P. Macleod, stillman, Drummond, 

Evanton. 
1055 Corpl. G. Maekay, joiner, 53 High St., 

Alness. 
1263 Pte. D. Macrae, wood cutter, Culcairn, 

Evanton. 
2325 Pte. W. Macnab, bank clerk, National 

Bank, Glasgow. 
1265 Pte. R. Munro, farm servant, Novar 

Mains, Evanton. 
2303 Pte. A. Rogers, postman, 2 Stafford 

Place, Dingwall. 
25 Col. -Sergt. A. Macnab, gamekeeper, 

Ardillie Lodge, Dingwall. 

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1321 Pte. W. Murdoch, carpenter, Ardross 

Street, Alness. 
1371 Lanoe-Sergt. W. J. Ross, grocer, Tigh- 

marie, Alness. 

1703 Pte. J. Denoon, forester, Ardross St., 
Alness. 

1316 Pte. C. Birsei, gardener, Dalmore, do. 
1395 Pte. A. Ross, forester, Eastgate Lodge, 

Alness. 
1626 Pte. J. Corbett, woodcutter, Nonikiln, 

Alness. 

1706 Pte. J. Gair, barman, St John's Bank, 
Alness. 

1708 Pte. W. Smith, joiner, Alexandria 
Buildings, Alness. 

1707 Lance-Corpl. K. Ross, joiner, Hilton of 
Cadboll, Fearn. 

1701 Pte. J. Fraser, hotel boots, Hall Build- 
ings, Alness. 

1533 Lance^Oorpl. C. Ross, clerk, Seaforth 
Cottage, Alness. 

12S6 Pte, J. Allan, labourer, Easter Ard- 
ross, Alness. 

1016 Pte. A Macdonald, farm servant, do. 

1810 Ptei. H. Ross, gamekeeper, Ardross, do. 

871 Sergt. J. Mackenzie, tailor, The Bar- 
racks, Dingwall. 

1343 Pte. G. Ross, farm servant, Kincraig, 
Invergordon. 

1503 Pte. A. Grant, painter, Dalmore Farm, 
Alness. 

1705 Pte. J. Munro, sawmiller, 13 High St., 
Alness. 

1953 Pte. D. Mackay, farm servant, Swor- 
dale, Evanton. 

1954 Pte. A. Williams, grooin, Swordale, 
Evanton. 

1012 Sergt. D. A. Maclean, clerk, Port Mc- 

Donell, Invergiarry. 
844 Pte. J. Macdonald, plasterer, Albert 

Cottage, Alness. 
2223 Pte. D. G. White, municipal officer, 39 

Burne Street, London, N.W.^ 
1340 Pte. J. Calder, engine driver, Glebe 

Street, Inverness. 
1361 Pte. D. Macpherson, shoemaker, Delny 

Cottage, Alness. 

1704 Pte. D. J. Munro, carter, Alexandra 
Buildings, Alness. 

982 Pte. W. Mackenzie, trapper, Bore, 

1092 Corpl. J. Macdonald, baker, Craig Cot- 
tage, Alness. 



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| jj.ijj 1291 Pie. D. Williamson, carpenter, Hay- |i»Jj 

" "' burn Cottiaige, Alness. 

Pte. T. Z. Barnard, engineer, 6 Thyra 

Grove, N. Finchley, London. 
1543 Pte. W. Ross, civil engineer, 3 Ferry 

Street , Invergordon . 
1466 Pte. A. Kennedy, sawmiller, Stiten- 

ham, Alness. 
1121 Pte. Clunas, farm servant, Bra© Farm, 

Dingwall. i 

1663 Pte. L. Bell, postman, Contullich, 

Alness'. i 

)) 1689 Pte. F. M. Macphersom, woodcutter, i 

}) Rose Cottage, Kildary. | 

1255 Pte. J. Mackenzie, cycle repairer, High 

Street, Alness'. 
1485 Pte. H. Maeleod, labourer, East End, 

Alness. 
1900 Pte. N. Kennedy, wood carter, Back 

Street, Alness. 
Pte. K. G. Blair, civil servant, 23 West 

Hill, Highgate, London. 
2247 Pte. D. J. Gilson, clerk, Villa Franca, 

156 Hamilton Place, Aberdeen. 
2230 Pte. O. Gore, clerk, 2 Cherry Gardens 

Avenue, Folkestone. 
1971 Pte. D. Maclean, boots, Holland Cot- \ 

tage, Alness. 
2250 Pte. H. E. Norman, traveller, 1 Engle- 

wood Road, Balbaan, S.W. 
2252 Pte, J. A. Mackie, clerk, 48 Onslow ( 

Gardens, London, W. M 

1911 Pte. N. West, seaman, Hill House, '/', 

Alness. (( 

1921 Pte. D. Mackenzie, labourer, Oakbank 
Cottage, Alness, 

1976 Pte. E. Macgregor, law clerk, Station 

Road, Evanton. 
2220 Pte. E. Spencer, clerk, 35 Cranewood 

Street, London. 

1922 Pte. J. Miller, boots, Reid's Cottage, 
Alness. 

1924 Pte. W. Campbell, surfaceman, Bal- 

conie, Near Evanton. 
2237 Pte. H. Hammill, clerk, 74 Rockingham 

Street, London. 
2245 Pte. R. McGuirei, clerk, 180 Stanhope 

Buildings, Southwark, London. 
2239 Pte. H. Hamper, reporter, 250 W T ood- 

borough Road, Nottingham. 
2236 Pte. H. Tytler, clerk, 152 Cambridge 

Street, London. 

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ESTABLISHED 1786. 

R. MACKENZIE & SONS, 

REGISTERED PLUMBERS, BELLHANGERS, &C, 

DINGWALL and STRATHPEFFER. 



REPAIRS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY EXECUTED 
BY EXPERIENCED WORKMEN. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HOT WATER, VENTILATING, AND 
SANITARY ARRANGEMENTS. 



Reports and Estimates Furnished. 



JOHN MACLENNAN, 

Keltic Boot Warehouse, 

DINGWALL, 

And at Syndicate Buildings, Strathpeffer. 



EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO 
MEASURE ON THE PREMISES. 



ORDERS BY POST ATTENDED TO PERSONALLY. 

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III 



4th Seaforth Highlanders, G Coy. — Continued 

2249 Pte. E. C. Dodgson, Stock Exchange, 
14 Kingsnieiad Road, London. 

2231 Pte. G. E. Goldie, clerk, 12 Dailaston 
Road, London. 

1923 Pte. J. Duncan, barber, Back Street, 
Alness. 

2228 Pte. J. Fraser, clerk, 41 Ronald's 
Road, London. 

2316 Pte. A. Macgillivray, carpenter, Sta- 
tion Road, Evantion. 

2224 Pte. J. Ballantyne, clerk, Schoolhouse, 
New Mill, Huddersfield. 

2226 Pte. E. Hillier, footman, Cleveden 

Ledge, Taplow. 
1687 Drummer S. Birs-e, gardener, Dalmore 

Cottage, Alness. 
1901 Pte. F. Macculloch, gardener, Dalmore. 
2240 Pte. J. Robertson, clerk, Dee Bank 

Road, Ballater. 
Pte. G. W. Martin, civil servant, 43 

Hazelrigg Road, Clapham, London. 
1913 Pte. D. J. Denoon, farm servant, 

Crossbills Farm, Alness. 
1952 Pte. R. Munro, boots, Alexandria 

Buildings, Alneiss. 
2222 Pte. T. Milton, valet, 16 Charibert St., 

London. 
2219 Pte. E. Lawton, plumber, Watford 

House Cottage, Watford. 

2229 Pte. W. Lock, clerk, 52 Dundonald 
Road, Wimbledon. 

2238 Pte. E. Mackenzie, wood carrier, 10 
Atherfold Road, Clapham. 

2225 Pte. J. Wilcox, shop assistant, 7 Smith 
Street, Watford. 

1912 Pte. D. Gair, rivet heater, St John's 

2243 Pte.' A. Carter, farm student, 36 Dis- 
raeli Road, Forestgate, London. 

2246 Pte. G. Alexander, clerk, 25 Dunn 
Road, Portsoy. 

Pte. H. F/Ives, clerk, 18 The Ex- 
change, London Road, Thorton. 

2244 Pte. H. Ramsay, engineer, 75 Tellbrigg 
Road, London. 

1873 Pte. D. Allan, farm servant, Tore 

Mains, Tore. 
2221 Pte. M. Swanston, engineer, Daire 

Road, Upper Manor, Plaiston. 
2287 Pte. W. H. Martin, civil servant, 43 

Hazelrigg Road, Clapham, London. 

2232 Pte. W. D. Grazier, accountant, 42 
Duke's Avenue, Muswell Hill, London. 

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4th Seaf&rth Highlanders, G Coy. — Continued 

2237 Pte. W. Crawford, cap maker, 8 Ernest 

Terrace, Palmer's Green, London. 
1899 Pte. J. Fraser, wood merchant, 32 High 

Street, Rcisemarkie. 
2242 Pte. A. Pratt, clerk, 5 Forest Drive, 

Baist Leytonstone. 
2241 Pte. W. Pratt, customs and excise, 5 

Forest Drive, East Leytonstone. 
2251 Pte. H. Robertson, clerk, Springhead, 

Hatfield Heath, Harlow. 
2218 Pte. E. Paul, traveller, 45 High St., 

Paisley. 
1886 Pte. J. Munro, mason, Market Street, 

Alness. 
1970 Pte. J. Fraser, labourer, Cameron's 

Lane, Alness. 
1715 Pte. R. Maedonald, plasterer, Albert 

Cottage, Alness . 
1275 Pte. C. Pirie, High Street, Alness. 
291 Pte. J. R. Macleod, roadman, Strath- 

rusdale, Alness. 
1289 Pte. M. Ross, farm servant, Teaninich. 
1052 Pte. A. Ross, farm servant, Dalnacloich, 

ArdroS'S, Alness. 
1172 Pte. D. Munro, farm servant, Pitma- 

duthy, Kildary. 
1743 Pte. J. R. Morrison, farm servant, 

Newton of Novar, Evanton. 
1370 Pte. W. Grant, baker, Ivy Cottage, 

Alness. 
1344 Piper N. Ross, engine driver, Rose- 
bank, Invergordon. 
1394 Pte. G. Cormaek, butcher, Dalmore, 

Alness. 
1702 Pte. A. Mackenzie, farm servant, 

Eileanachi, Evanton. 
1287 Pte. A. Munro, farm servant, Novar 

Mains, Evanton. 



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H COMPANY, BRAHAN. 

Officers. 

Captain C. G. Hogg, Dingwall. 
Second-Lieut. L. D. Henderson. 
Second-Lie lit. A. T. Railtom, Glasgow. 

N.C.O.'s and Men. 
A. Urquhart, porter, 30 



1460 Pte 

Court, Dingwall 



May 



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4th Seaforth Highlanders, H Gfly. — Continued 

1831 Pte, W. H. Fraser, joiner, Coulwood, 
Strathpeffer. 

2272 Pte. S. A. Mctt, clerk, 72 Hill Read, 
London, S.E. 

2263 Pte, H. Brown, clerk, Tollington House, 
Tollington Park, London. 

2273 Pte, H. W. Mott, clerk, 72 Home Hill 
Read, London. 

2262 Ptei. Mandy, typist, 82 Thanet Road, 

Ramsgate. 
2271 Pte. C. M. Fuller, storekeeper, 10 

Epsom Road, Croydon, Surrey. 
2270 Pte. W. Humberstone, law clerk, 7 

Ward Road, London. 

2264 Pte, J. Alexander, clerk, 120 High St., 
Kinross. 

1590 Pte. J. Daly, porter, Ardblair, Kil- 
tarlity. 

1878 Pte. J. Mackay, farm servant, Balblair 
House, Nairn. 

1962 Pte. J. Cameron, carpenter, Bank Cot- 
tage, Banavie, Inverness. 

2256 Pte, A. J. Marshall, clerk, The Anchor- 
age , 35 Sidney Avenue, London. 

2253 Pte. H. A. Athwocd, clerk, 24 St Vinc- 
ent Road, Southend-on-Sea. 

2257 Pte. G. Chalmers, clerk, 67 Comwan 
Road, Bavs water, London. 

2259 Pte. V. G. Dixon, clerk, 72 Hartington 
Street, Manchester. 

2276 Pte. W, H. Baker, clerk, 55 Biscay 
Road, Hammersmith, London. 

2277 Pte. H. S. Gardner, clerk, Frith House, 
Godalming. Surrey. 

2274 Pte. M. Stevenson, Highfield, Elsen- 
ham, Essex. 

2255 Pte. A. Sharp, teacher, Culross Hay- 
gate, Horsham, Sussex. 

2260 Pte. J. Sharp, engineer, do. 

2265 Pte. W. Smith, clerk, 70 Tiverton Rd., 
Tottenham . 

2279 Pte, G. N. Findlay, traveller, 17 St 
Peter's Place, Montrose. 

2280 Pte. G. L. Salman, engineer. 39 St 
Mark's Road, Bushhill Park, Middlesex. 

1830 Pte. V. Cameron, law clerk, Camuser- 
nochd, Strathneffer'. 

1589 Pte. W. Bain, ehaffeur, Burnside Cot- 
tage, Aehterneed. 

1877 Pte. JV Macfarlane. farm servant, Bal- 
lach Farm, Strathpeffer. 

2254 Pte. A. Veryard, civil servant, 63 Sam- 
sen Street, Plaistow, London. 

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ALEX. S. CARR, 

The Ross-shire Grocery Stores, 

DINGWALL. 

Sole Proprietor of . . . 

GLEN-FODRIB WHISKY. 

Thoroughly Matured and Mellowed with Age, it possesses an ex- 
ceptional fragrance and soft silky flavour, which marks it at enee 
as a Pure HIGHLAND MALT WHISKY of Rare Quality. 

Glen-Fodrib (7 Years Old) 3s 6d per Bottle, 21s per Gallon 

Glen-Fodrib (10 Years Old) 4s 0d per Bottle, 24s per Gallon 

Old Scotch Whisky 3s od per Bottle, 18s per Gallon 

PerParceil Pest— 1 Bottle, 6d ; 2 Bottles, 7d; 3 Bottles, lOd. 
Also in 1 Dozen Oases — Carriage Paiid. 

General Orders of £2 and ypwards sent Carriage Paid to any 

Station in Ross-shire. 

PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. 

'Phone — No. 19. Telegrams — Carr, Grocer. 



DONALD MACRAE, 

Horse and Motor Car Hirer, 
DINGWALL. 



Motor Cars for Hire 

include a First-Ciass Argyll 20 H.P., Seated for 5 Persons. 



NONE BUT RELIABLE CHAFFEURS EMPLOYED. 



POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 



THE CALEDONIAN HORSE AND MOTOR CAR HIRING 
ESABLISHMENT, DINGWALL. 

D. MACRAE, Proprietor. 
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^ 4th Seaforth Highlanders, H Coy. — Continued =7) rc= 

)) (( 

1944 Pte. G. Munro, farm servant, 34 Shore 

Street, Inverness. ))) [\ 

1943 Pte. D. Maclennan, painter, Ivy Cot- 
tage, Maryburgh. 

1828 Pte. W. Campbell, labourer, Temper- 
ance Hotel, Dingwall. 

395 Sergt. R. Mackenzie, sub-pcstmaster, 
Garve, Ross-shire. 

1889 Pte. D. Fraser, gardener, Easter Moy, 
Muir of Ord. 

2269 Pte. J. Smith, bank clerk, Royal Bank 
of Scotland, London. 

2266 Pte. A. E. Smith, plumber, 46 Elystan 
Street, Chelsea. 

1875 Pte. D. A. Maclennan, blacksmith, 17 ( 

George Street, Inverness. 

2267 Pte. A. Aitken, bank clerk, Royal Bank 
of Scotland, Musselburgh. 

1874 Pte. J. Maclean, labourer, Woodside 

Cottage, Inchvannie, Strathpeffer. 
1909 Pte. D. Williamson, gamekeeper, Alcaig, 

Conon-Bridge. 
1683 Pte. J. Munro, gardener, Hill Cottage, 

Conon-Bridge. 

1781 Lance-Cotrpl. H. Macdonald, gardener, 
Dalbreck, Strathconon. 

1740 Lance-Corpl. J. Ross, carpenter, No. 3 
Kinettas Cottage, Strathpeffer. 

904 Piper J. Macdonald, gamekeeper, Mil- 
ton Hill, Strathconon. 

1612 Private J. Macdonald, farm servant, 
Keppoch, Strathpeffer. 

1611 Pte. J. Macdonald, carpenter, Keppoch 

Cottage, Strathpeffer. 
939 Pte. J. Macdonald, tailor, Bridgend, 

Strathconon. 

1782 Pte. D. Macrae, labourer, Scorraig, by 
Ullapool. 

1613 Pte. D. Mackenzie, plumber, Planta- 
tion Side, Achterneed. 

1925 Pte. R. Macintosh, farm servant, 
Meikle Ussie, Conon-Bridge. 

1622 Pte. H. Chisholm, farm servant, Hood 
Street, Maryburgh. 

1632 Pte. A. Shaw, carter, Heriot Mount, 
Dingwall. 

1623 Pte. D. Mackenzie, law clerk, Knock- 
farrel, Dingwall. 

1500 Pte. D. Mackenzie, farm servant, 

Wester Alcaig, Conon-Bridge. 
1888 Pte. TV. Urquhart, gardener, Croftna- 

creich, North Kessock. 

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4th Seaforth Highlanders, H Coy. — Continued 

1207 Pte. J. M. Maelennan, sawmiller, Toll 

House, Con on-B ridge. 
1566 Pte. J. Macleod, farm servant, 3 Black- 
wells Street, Dingwall. 
1876 Pte. D. Macintosh, farm servant, Docli- 

eairty, Dingwall. 
393 Lance-Sergt. D. A. Mackenzie, joiner, 

River View, Conon-Bridge. 
1463 Corporal A. S. Straoban, clerk, Post 

Office, Maryburgh. 
918 Pte. A;.. Moir, farm servant, Caber- 

feidh Cottage, Achterneed. 
1630 Lance-Corpl. K. Douglas, gardener, 

Camisky Place, Dingwall. 
1615 Pte. D. Finlayson, blacksmith, West 

End, Miairyburgh. 
1649 Pte. W. Eraser, farm servant, Clunes 

Mains, Kirkhill, Invernessr-shire. 
1887 Pte. W. Munro, draper, 83 Cuthberston 

Street, Glasgow. 
1752 Pte. A. 8. Clyne, waiter, National 

Hotel, Dingwall. 
2278 Pte. F. Saunders, traveller, Ravenscar, 

Scarborough. 
1894 Lance-Corpl. D. Ross, gardener, East 

Lewis ton, Glen-XJrquhart. 
397 Sergt. D. Macintosh, gardener, Mid- 
burn, Conon-Bridge. 
1461 Pte. R. Mackenzie, farm servant, Ach- 

te r n eed , Strath p eff er . 
1656 Pte. M. Stewart, farm servant, Bog- 
burn, Conon-Bridge. 
1662 Lance-Corpl. M. R. Campbell, keeper, 

Gorston, Garve. 
1194 Pte. A. Macintosh, farm servant, Doch- 

carty, Dingwall. 
983 Corpl. R. Mackenzie), labourer, Inchbae, 

Garve. 
1594 Pte. R. Tham, signalman, John Place, 

Forres. 
1444 Pte. J. Mackenzie, gamekeeper, Strath- 

garve, Garve. 
1961 Pte. J. Mackenzie, joiner, Bridge Cot- 
tage, Conon-Bridge. 
1758 Pte. Maelennan, labourer, G rigor, 

Lochluicihart. 
1193 Pte. S. Ross, wood cutter, Blackmuir, 

Invergofrdon. 
1309 Pte. J. Ross, plasterer, Tulloch Street, 

Dingwall. 
1475 Pte. J. Mackenzie, sawmiller, Burnside 

Cottage, Achterneed. 

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4th Seaforth Highlanders, K Coy. — Continued =7 



1139 Pte. J. Sutherland, gardener, Muir of 
Fairburn, Muir of Ord. 

1690 Pte. R. Mackenzie', chaffeur, Strath- 
)) (( garve, Garve. 

(( ))) 1252 Pte. W. Macleod, plumber, Rose Cot- 

tage, Strathpeffer. 

1531 Pte. J. Mackenzie, farm servant, Wes- 
ter Moy, Urray. 

1633 Pte. J. Macleod, labourer, Sunnyhohn, 
Maryburgh. 

1546 Pte. J. Mackenzie, labourer, Fairburn, 
Muir of Ord. 

1610 Pte. D. Mackenzie, labourer, Blair- 
ninich), Strathpeffer. 

1620 Pte. D. Mackenzie, chaffeur, Amat, 

Torridon. ( ,,)),' 

1746^Pte. A. Thomson, coachman, Collbask, 
Stornoway. 

1616 Pte. H. Maclennan, hewer, Marvburgh. 

1603 Pte. D. Shaw, carter, Heriot Mount, 
Dingwall. 

1593 Lance-Corpl. D. Murray, railway points- 
man, InehbeiTV, Lentran. 
jj 1621 Pte. J. Macphail, labourer, Tollie of 

1 Brahan, Conon-Bridge. 

I 1601 Pte. D. Brown, coachman, Craigton, 

North Kessoek. 

1592 Pte. J. Moir, coachman, Achterneed, 
Strathpeffer. 

1614 Pte. J. Macdonald, carter, Broomhill 
Cottage, Achterneed. 



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1540 Pte. W. J. Maclennan, sawmiller, The 
{ Glebe, Munloehv. 

1037 Pte. A. Maclennan, saddler, Toll 
House, Concm-Bridge. 

1541 Pte. W. Ross, shepherd, 2 Albert Place, 
Maryburgh. 

1490 Pte. A. Innes, tailor, 79 High Street, 

Dingwall. 
1539 Pte. J. Blain, engine driver, Brae Cot- 
tage, Maryburgh. 
1609 Pte. W. Fowler, gamekeeper, Culbokie. 
1591 Lance-Corpl. J. Matheson, storeman, 

Culbo Mains, Resolis. 
2268 Pte. F. W. Brown, bank clerk, Royal 

Bank of Scotland, London. 
1159 Pte. K. Duff, farm servant, Muirtown 

Mains, Fairburn. 
2261 Pte. J. S. Allison, bank clerk, Royal 

Bank of Scotland, Blairgowrie. 
1622 Pte. R. Mackay, forester, Brahan 

Mains, Conon. 

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4th Seaforth Highlanders, H Coy.— Continued 

1617 Pte. J. A. Maeleod, joiner, Rose Cot- 
tage, Strathpeffer. 

1556 Pte. J. Stewart, coachman, Rustic Cot- 
tage, Mary burgh. 

444 Sergt. J. Mackenzie, joiner, Sunny- 
holm, Maryburgh. 

1682 Drummer Mackenzie, electrician, Stan- 
ley Villa, Strathpeffer. 

1251 Pte. W. Corbet, engineer, Ian Villa, 
Achterneed. 

1542 Lance-Corpl. J. Forbes, carpenter, Ach- 
varasdale, Thurso 1 . 

1950 Pte. A. Nisbet, vanman, 166 Wallace 
Street. Glasgow. 

1783 Pte. R. Urquhart, gamekeeper, Craig- 
ton, Muir of Ord. 

1802 Pte. F. Mackenzie, crofter, Dalnacroick, 
Strathconon. 

1462 Pte. D. Smith, coachman, Nigg Station. 

1559 Pte. K. Macrae, labourer, Loch Ussie, 
Conon-Bridge. 

1667 Pte. C. Urquhart, rabbit trapper, West 
Lodge, Brahan. 

903 Lance-Corpl. Macdonald, gardener, Dal- 
breck Farm, Strathconon. 

1511 Pte. D. Maclean, farm servant, Bridge 
Park, Fairburn. -> 

1606 Pte. J. Shaw, blacksmith, Megestone, 
Kiltarlity. 

1171 Pte. J. Macleay, ghillie, Bridge Park, 
Fairburn. 



SJRQUH ART'S Tobacco, Hairdressing, 
Billiard Saloons. 
Nearest the Station, DINGWALL. 



and 



HAIR-CUTTING IN THE BEST STYLE. 

EASY SHAVING A SPECIALITY. 



Antiseptics used for all Haiir-Cutting and Shaving Tools. 

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NOTE TO THE NOMINAL ROLL. 



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It has to be noted that the above Roll was 
hastily compiled a short time before the 
Battalion ieft for the front, and that while 
some <cif the officers and men did not go out 
with the Battalion on active service, a draft 
of about 40 men left Dingwall under Lieuten- 
ant John Maicmillan, B Coy. (died of wounds 
received at Neuve Ohiapelle March 11th), and 
joined the Battalion at Bedford. Unfortun- 
ately, it has not so far been possible: to obtain 
the names of these men, although some of 
them appear in the casualty lists which follow. 
The Roll is reasonably complete' — not till the 
war is long over will it be possible to make 
up for publication a complete list of all the 
officers and men who left for the front, nor 
indicate the changes in rank which have 
occurred or transferences from one company 
to -another. 



ERRATA IN NOMINAL ROLL. 



1906 Pte. A. Maclennan, A Co., should be 
Pte. A. Maclellan. 

2082 Pte. G. C. Benson, B Co., for Bromby 
read Bromley. 

1833 Pte. J. Ma'ckay, B Co., Hazel Bank- 
transferred to Army Service Corps — 
Corporall. 

2221 Pte. Mi. Swanson, G Co., for "Plaistan" 
read " Plaistow, E." 

1856 Pte. William Macdonadd, B Co., Ivy 
Cottage, Heights of Brae, Dingwall 
(should be included in B Co. at the front). 

1436 Pte. F. Munro, bookseller, 55 High St., 
Dingwall (should be included in B Co. at 
the front) . 
939 Pte, James Macdonald, H Co., Bridg- 
end, Strathconan, should be Sergeant. 

DIED. 

1717 Private Robert Murray, Culcraggie, C 

Coy. 
1520 Laince-Corporad Colin F. Macrae, U.F. 

Manse, Edderton. 

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DRAFT FOR 1/4th SEAFORTHS. 



The first draft to the l/4th Seaforths, 
Ross-shire Territorials, at the front, left 
Bedford in February to join the main body at 
the front. 

The men were in the happiest frame of 
mind, in the best of health, and were alto- 
gether a splendid body. 

The following are the names of the officers 
and men composing the draft : — 

Officers. 

Captain B. de C. Findlay, Strathrory, Alness 
Captain Finlay Mackinnon, Gairloch. 
2nd Lieut. H. A. Summers, Lenzie. 
2nd Lieut. J. Wattt, Glasgow. 

N.C.O.'s and Men. 

235 Signaller-Sergt. P. W. Ross (acting 

Colour-Sergt.), Ivy Cottage, Dulnain 

Bridge, Grantown-on-Spey (kite of 

Dingwall) . 
491 Sergt. J. Ross, 16 Chapel Street, Tain. 
2423 Sergt. G. Dennis, 11 Rutland Gardens, 

London. 
2304 Sergt. G. Mackintosh, 21 Dock Street, 

Avoeh, late gardener, Tulloch Castle, 

Dingwall. 
1997 Corpl. J. Barron, 7 King St., Inverness 
2837 Corpl. T. Crossley, 17 North Porter St., 

Be s wick, Manchester (late Manchester 

Rifles). 
2362 Corpl. J. Macgraw, 1 Gower St., Tain. 
1410 Corpl. M. Chisholm, Fairburn Mains, 

Muir of Ord. 
2440 Corpl. H. Hale, 2 Mill Street, Dingwall. 
2778 Corporal H. J. Pfayford, 22 Fairburn 

Street, Manchester. 
2436 Corpl. A. Campbell, 516 St George's 

Road, Glasgow. 
2474 Lance-Corpl. F. French, Sevenoaks, 

Kent. 
2423 Lance-Corpl. A. Hearn, New Barnet, 

Herts. 
1661 Lance-Corpl. W. Macrae, Badaohro, 

Gairloch'. 
2514 Lance-Corpl. E. Sutherland, 11 Hill St., 

Dingwall. 
2487 Lance-Corpl. Edward Watt, Rosemont, 

Dingwall. 

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First Draft. 

1798 Lanoe-Ooirpl. W. Ross, Market Street, 
Ullapool. 

2434 Lance-Corpl. W. Shaw, 90 Fredrick St., 
Glasgow. 

1681 Lance-Corpl. A. Ross, Lower Balaldie, 
Fearn. 

2476 Lance-Corpl. C. F. Smith, The Pilk, 
Fortrose. 

2555 Lance-Corpl. C. F. Waaler, Park Farm, 
Penge, London. 

1996 Pte. R. Mackenzie, Ivy Cottage, Salt- 
burn. 

2497 Pte. A. Bolton, 35 Shortlands Garden, 

Bromley. 

2390 Pte. J. W. Chapman, 1 Eldon Terrace, 
Parkhill Road, Glasgow. 

2492 Pte. D. Jarvis, Terrington Street, King's 
Lynn, Bedford. 

2023 Pte. S. Macdonald, Temple Hill House, 
Westheath, Hampstead, London. 

2447 Pte. G. B. Watt, 331 King St., Aber- 
deen. 

2488 Pte. George Ellis, Conon Mains, Ding- 
wall. 

1939 Pte. N. Macintosh, Invergordon. 

2472 Pte. A. Croxford, Linslade, Bucks. 

2442 Pte. W. Harvey, 111 Weir St., Glasgow 

2400 Pte. T. Kimmet, 49 Kelvinside Avenue, 
Glasgow. 

2329 Pte. J. Farrel, 30 Urquhart Road, 
Aberdeen. 

1864 Pte. D. Ross, Balconie Street, Evanton. 

2498 Pte. G. T. Stewart, 14 Carton Street, 

Edinburgh . 

1558 Pte. J. Chisholm, Little Ferry, Golspie. 

1804 Pte. R. Marshall, Ballachraggan, Kft- 
dary. 

1788 Pte. J. Adamson, Baniskirk, Halkirk. 

2478 Pte. H. Urquhart, Lower Pitcairn, Tain 

1886 Pte. John Munro, Market Stance, Alness 

1996 Pte. D. Munro, West End, Alness. 

2466 Pte. A. Mackenzie, Ivy Cottage, Salt- 
burn. 

2461 Pte. C. Campbell, Market St., Ullapool. 

2404 Pte. J. Macdonald, Craig Cottage, Alness 

1367 Pte. T. Williamson, 5 Moss Road, Tain. 

1675 Pte. G. Mitchell, Main St., Portma- 
homack. 

2435 Pte. G. Macpherson, 33 Garden Street, 
Glasgow. 

2348 Pte. J. Smith, Berlie, Abriachan, In- 
verness. 



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Casualty Lists. 

1988 Pte. W. Munro, 7 Manse Place, Inver- 
ness. 
2401 Pte. J. Clarke, 7 Howie St., Paislev. 
2432 Pte. T. Mackay, 4 Muriel St., Glasgow. 
2403 Lance-Ccxrpl. A. Gibson, Ayr. 



CASUALTY LISTS OF 1/4th 
SEAFORTHS. 



After the Battalion reached France they 
were put in quarantine for a week or two, 
consequent on iai few cases of scarlet fever 
which, with measles, became epidemic at 
Bedford just before — or immediately after — 
the Battalion left. Meantime war training 
under the sound of the guns proceeded with, 
and the Battalion was moved slowly nearer 
to the firing line, ultimately taking its turn 
with the regular regiments, first in reserve 
trenches and subsequently in advanced 
trenches. 

Casualties date from 24th January, 1915, 
and the official lists, as received from C'apt. 
Sir John Fowler, aire given in the order of 
their dates : — 

24/1/1915. 
Died of Wounds — 

1541 Pte. W. Ross, H Company. 

Wounded — 

1322 J. Robertson, G Company. 

2213 G. Strickland, F Company. 

1604 A. Munro, E Company. 

1935 J. Sutherland, B Company. 

1922 J. Miller, G Coy. (since rejoined). 



7/2/1915. 



Killed in Action — 

2340 Pte. P. Hamilton, D Coy. 

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Wounded — 

1619 Pte. John Mackenzie, D Coy. 
1763 Carpi. D. Sutherland, C Coy. 
1528 Sergt, C. Bass, E Coy. 
1104 Pte. D. Smith, E Coy. 
1073 Pte. M. Mackenzie, D Coy. 
2114 Pte. W. Renwick, D Coy. 
rejoined) . 

Died of Disease — 

581 Sergt-. S. Mackenzie, A Coy. 



(since 



15/2/1915. 



Died of woands — 

765 Lance-C'orpl. Campbell, E Coy. 



9/3/15. 
Wounded — 

1705 Pte. J. Munro, G Coy. 
1280 Pte. A. Fridge, A Co. (since rejoined). 
2122 Private B. Latta, D Coy. 
815 Corpil. A. Cameron, A Coy. (since re- 
joined). 



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The battle of Neuve Chapelle has been 
briefly dealt with in the> Introductory Notes. 
Here the l/4th Seaforths received thleir real 
baptism of fire. 

The casuality list of the Battalion was pre- 
pared by Captain Sir John Fowler, adjutant, 
on the 15th March, 1915, and knowing the 
uncertainty and anxiety at hoone, and the 
fact that officers and men were writing home 
more or less unofficially giving names of killed 
and wounded, it was decided toi take the earli- 
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facts, and tihius within a week after the Bat- 
talion was heavily engaged the semi-official 
list made its appearance in the Press of the 
Territorial District. 

The list which follows is based on Sir John 
Fowler's report. The only variation is that 
the heading "Died of Wounds" has been 
added to from the list of "wounded," so as 
to bring it down to the date of this being 
} printed (April 20, 1915), while one missing 

man subsequently traced to Boulogne appears 
here as wounded : — 



KILLED IN ACTION— 

Captain R. de C. Findlay. 

1739 Sergt. D. Sutherland, B Co. 

240 Sergt. J. Allan, C Co. 
2000 Pte. H. Hunter, A Co. 
1296 Pte. W. Graham, A Co. 
1551 Dr. J. G. Sutherland, A Co. 
1853 Pte. F. Biermann, B Co. 
2053 Pte. W. F. D. Sewell, B Co. 
2061 Pte, E. L. Davies, B Co. 
1618 Pte. J. F. Macdonald, C Co. 
2095 Pte, S. Appleton, C Co. 
1494 Pte. J. Speed, C Co. 
1597 Pte. M. Macdonald, D Co. 
1581 Pte. J. Kemp, D Co. 
1211 Pte. H. Maclennan, D Co. 
1587 Pte. W. Ross, D Ooi. 

597 Pte. H. Ross, D Co. 
2137 Pte. H. Forth, D Co. 
2129 Pte. P. Friend, D Co. 
2127 Pte. J. R. Player, D Co. 
1790 Ptei. S. Urquhart, D Co. 
1179 Dr. D. Mackenzie, D Co. 

693 L. -Sergt, K. A. Mackenzie, E Co. 
2461 Pte. C. Campbell, E Co. 
1640 Pte. D. Jack, F Co. 
1596 L,-Corpl. G. Miller, F Co. 
1508 Pte. H. Mackenzie, F Co. 
2211 Pte. A. J. Wolfe, F Co. 

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1463 Corpl. A. S. Strachan, H Co. 
2271 Pte. C. Fuller, H Co. 
2270 Pte. W. Humberstone, H Co. 
1207 Pte. J .M. Maclennan, H Co. 
2265 Pte. W. Smith, H Co. 



DIED OF WOUNDS— 

Major W. J. Robertson. 
Captain J. H. Budge. 
Lieutenant J. Macniillan. 

159 Coy. Q.M.-Sgt, D. M. Fraser, B Co. 
1832 Sergt. A. Maegillivray, B Co. 
1955 Sgt. -Shoemaker K. Maekay, B Co. 
1974 L. -Corpl. W. Macdonald, B Co. 
2487 L. -Corpl. E. Watt, B Co. 
1803 Pte. D. Mackenzie, B Co. 

1972 Pte. J. Gray, B Co. 

607 L. -Sergt. A. Mackenzie, A Co. 
1573 Pte. A. Ross, A Co, 

1225 Pte. A. Macintosh, C Co. 

1226 Pte. W. Ross, C Co. 
1525 Pte. A. Macdonald, C Co. 
2304 Pte. G. Macintosh, C Co. 
1244 Sergt. F. Maeiver, D Co, 

1973 Pte. J. Macarthur, E Co. 
1012 Sergt. D. A. Maclean, G Co. 
1444 L. -Corpl. J. Mackenzie, H Coy. 
2430 Pte. G. Dennis, H Co. 

1500 Pte. D. Mackenzie, H Co. 



WOUNDED— 

Lieut. -Colonel D. M. Macfarlane. 

Major Outhbert (since rejoined). 

Captain R. Truslove. 

Lieutenant A. B. Brook. 

1817 Coy. Sergt.-Major J. Bell, A Coy. 

617 Sergt. F. Finlayson, A Co. 
2281 L. -Corpl. G. W. Macrae, A Co. 
1197 L. -Corpl. A. Macrae, A Co. 

995 Pte. G. J. M. Ross, A Co, 

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1505 Pte. J. Martin, A Co 

1765 Sergt. A. T. Anderson, B Co. 

1836 Corpl. C. B. Robertson, B Co. 

1834 L. -Corpl. C. Cameron, B Co. 

1835 L.-Corpl. A. J. Davidson, B Co. 
1915 Pte. K. J. Strachan, B Co. 
1642 Pile. W. Henderson, B Co. 

1547 Pte. J. Mackenzie, B Co. 
1655 Pte. G. Finlayson, B Co. 
1426 Pte. G. M. Grant, B Co, 
1818 Pte. W. Dempster, B Co. 
1200 Pte, J. Eraser, B Co. 
1805 Pte. S. P. Grant, B Co. 
2307 Pte. J. Galbraith, B Co. 
1824 Pte. H. Cheeper, B Co. 
1199 Pte. A. Brown, B Co. 
2488 Pte. G. Ellis, B Co. 
2063 Pte, W. B. Reid, B Co. 
2083 Pte. A. A. Campbell, B Co. 
2028 Pte. J. E. Crombie, B Co. 
2023 Pte. S. Macdonald, B Co, 

168 Pte. M. Maciver, B Co. 
2078 L.-Corpl. E. Murphy, C Co. 
1764 Pte. W. Owens, C Co. 
1567 Pte. H. J. Mackenzie, C Co. 
2105 Pte. D. Buxton, C Co. 
2100 Pte. A. M. J. Miller, C Co. 
1936 Pte. A. Ross, C Co. 
2085 Pte. A. Simpson, C Co. 
1928 Pte. W. Reid, C Co. 
1926 Pte, A. Mackay, C Co. 
1775 Pte, I. Mackay, C Co. 
2498 Pte. J. Stewart, C Co. 
1939 Pte. N. Macintosh, C Co. 
1210 Sergt. H. Macintyre, D Co. 
1947 L.-Corpl. A, Ross, D Co. 
2293 Pte. T. Porteous, D Co. 
2120 Pte. M. Macphail, D Co. 
2116 Ptei. K. H. Clayton, D Co. 

627 Pte. J. Cameron, D Co. 
2436 Pte, A. Campbell, D Co. 
1960 Pte. H. Maclellan, D Co. 



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13 Pte 


A 


Maciver, D Co. 


2399 Pte 


A 


'Thomson, D Co. 


1772 Pte. 


F. 


Macdonald, D Co. 


2128 Pte 


W 


. A. Garnsey, D Co. 


1554 Pte. 


A 


Maclennan, D Co. 


1323 L. -Carpi. H. Biain, D Co. 


989 Pte. 


F. 


Macdonald, D Co. 


1258 Pte. 


K 


Mackenzie, D Co. 


1325 Pte. 


D 


Mackenzie, D Co. 


1723 Pte. 


R 


Mackenzie, D Co. 


1724 Pte. 


S. 


Macpherson, D Co. 


2403 Pte. 


A. 


Gibson, D Co. 


2401 Pte. 


J. 


Clark, D Co, 


687 Sergt. . 


J. Aird, E Co. 


58 Oorpl. ] 


VI. Macleod, E Co. 


694 L.-Oorpl. W. Macdonald, E Co 


1111 Pte. 


A. 


Macneil, E Co. 


1372 Pte. 


M 


Mackenzie, E Co. 


2336 Pte. 


J. 


C. Maciver, E Co, 


1357 Pte. 


H 


Macdougall, E Co. 


2155 Pte>. 


G. 


N. Maegregor, E Co. 


2165 Pte. 


C. 


W. C. Saddler, E Co. 


696 Pte. 


R. 


Mackenzie, E Co. 


1997 Pte. 


J. 


Biarron, E Co. 


60 Pte. 


N. 


Macleod, E Co. 


47 Pipe 


r K. J. Mackenzie, E Co. 


2337 Pte. 


J. 


Grant, E Co. 


2306 Pte. 


J. 


Bain, F Co. 


2355 Pte. 


W 


. Boneham, F 1 Co. 


2203 Pte. 


G. 


Brown, F Co. 


1509 Pte. 


F. 


Brown, F Co. 


2177 Pte'. 


E. 


A. Bignell, F Co. 


1051 Dr. 


D. 


T. Campbell, F Co. 


1298 L.-Oorpl. J. Campbell, F Co. 


2286 Pte: 


R. 


Harrison, F Co. 


2190 Pte. 


C. 


Leithead, F Co, 


1995 Pte. 


D. 


Munro, F Ooi. 


1697 Pte. 


A. 


Ross, F Co. 


2192 Pte. 


H. 


J. Shaw, F Co, 


2313 Pte. 


T. 


Watt, F Co. 


2185 Pte. 


E. 


F. Schivier, F Co, 


1864 Pte. 


D. 


Ross, F Co, 



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1342 Corpl. A. Jack, G Co. 

1911 L.-Corpl. N. West, G Co. 

2236 Pte. H. Tytler, G Coy. 

2224 Pte. P. H. Ballantyne, G Co. 

1688 Dr. A. Burn, G Co. 

1316 Pte. C. Birse, G Coy. 

2232 Pte. G. Grozier, G Co. 

1954 Corpl. A. Wilriams, G Co. 

1831 Pte. W. H. Fraser, H Co, 
904 Piper J. Macdonald, H Co. 
{/ JJj 1622 Pte. R. J. Mackay, H Co. 

({ )}} 1802 Pte. F. Mackenzie, H Co. 

1617 Pte. J. A. Macleod, H Co. 

2387 Pte. A. Jaffrey, H Co. 

1252 Pte. W. Madleod, H Co. 

1171 L.-Corpl. J. Maclean, H Co. 

1830 Pte. V. M. Cameron, H Co. 

MASSING— 

987 L.-Corpl. A. Mackenzie, D Co. 
2474 Pte. F. A. French, B Co. 



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March to 3rd Aprii, 1915. 

Killed in Action — 

1328 Pte. MunroMackav, A Coy. (30/3/15). 
2326 Pte. G. Macnab, G Coy. (31/3/15). 

Wounded — 

2232 [2222?] Pte, T. Milton, G Coy., 
accidental (29/3/15). 

2409 Pte. E. Macguire, G Coy., accidental 
(29/3/15). 

1816 Pte. A. T. Alcorn, B Coy. (30/3/15). 

2244 Pte. H. D. Ramsay, G Coy., accid- 
ental (since rejoined). 

1092 Sergt, J. Macdonald, G Coy., accid- 
ental (since rejoined). 

1194 Pte. A. Macintosh, H Coy., accidental. 

1609 Pte. W. Fowler, H Coy., accidental. 

1574 Pte. D. Ross, C Coy. (31/3/15). 

2544 Pte. A. Dean, F Coy. (31/3/15). 

1701 Pte. J. Fraser, G Coy. (31/3/15). 

1290 Pte. H. Macdonald, G Coy. (31/3/15). 

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CASUALTIES. 

Killed 33 

Died of Wounds 22 

Wounded 110 

Missing 2 

Total 167 

Total Casualties to April 3rd, 1915. 

Killed 36 

Died of Wounds 24 

Died of Disease 3 

Wounded 136 

Missing 2 



Total 201 

Later casualties will be fooind after the 
review of the l/4th Seaforths doing, printed 
at the beginning of the book. 

ft 

SECOND DRAFT TO 1/Sth SEAFORTHS. 

Shortly before the battle of Neuve Chapelle 
a second draft (left for France, under Captain 
Hogg, who had meantime returned home on 
sick leave. The draft, which joined the Bat- 
talion after the battle, was as follows : — 

A Company. 
2462 Sergt. A. Matheson, Elder Cottage, Bog 

of Resol'ls. 
2334 Sergt. G. Patience, 30 High Street, 

Avoch . 
2483 CorpL A. Walker, 9 Bow Churchyard, 

London. 
2015 Carpi. G. G.' Wray, 96 Park Avenue, 

New Barking, Essex. 
3213 Lance-Corpl. J. Munro, 1 Edminstow 

Drive, Ibrox, Glasgow. 
2075 Pte. A. C. Upson, 35 High Street, 

Maidenhead . 
3232 Pte. J. Macintyre, 31 Auchentoshen 

Terrace, Springburn, Glasgow. 
3185 Pte. F. Grant, 286 Kennedy Street, 

Glasgow. 
3066 Pte. J. Wilson, 36 Kirkpatrick Street, 

Bridgton, Glasgow. 
2457 Pte. A. Macdonald, Albert Cottage, 

High Street, Alness : 
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3236 Pte. W. Carter, 63 Brown Street, 

Glasgow. 
2467 Pte. P. Fraser, Easter Moy, Muir of 

Ord. 

3216 Pte. R. McClounam, 19 Stevenson, jj 
Cailtow,, Glasgow. 

3160 Pte, W. Brown, 10 Griveland Terrace, 
\ Kelty. uv m 

j 3067 Pte. J. Martin, 14 Grantly Gardens, jj( \\ ' 

Shawlands, Glasgow. 

3186 Pte. E, Butler, 2 Hill Street, Ander- 

stom, Glasgow. U 

2427 Pte. C. McArthur, 80 Scott Street, Gar- jj 

nethill, Glasgow. 

3211 Pte. A. Graham, 53 Sterling Street, 
Cowcaddens, Glaisgow. 
{ 3244 Pte. R. Smith, 53 Grail Street, Park- 

head, Glasgow. 

2505 Pte. L. King, 16 Martland Road, Salt- 
iey, Birmingham. 

3300 Pte. D. Addison, Bering House, Robert- 
son C.P., South Africa, 

2311 Pte. J. Macaskill, 24 Fairfield Lane, 
Inverness 1 . 

2493 Pte. J. Jarvis, Terrington Street, Cle- 
ment, King's Lvnn. 

3217 Pte, J. Rooney, 43 Miaitland Street, 
Cow cad dens, Glasgow. 

2415 Pte. W. Murray, 18 Market St., Perth. 
j . 2406 Pte. W. Reid, 3 Anderson Street, South 
*" Side, Glasgow. 

2456 Pte. L. Dunbar, Park Avenue, King's 

Lynn, Norfolk. >> 

1970 Pte.. J. Fraser, Cameron's Lane, Alness. }), 

2475 Pte. D. Fraser, Knock-na-Fannioh, 
Conon-B ridge. 

1538 Pte. H. R. Mackenzie, 1 Coronation 
Cottage, Warden Street, Glasgow. 

2531 Pte. G. Wheeler, 24 Stanley Road, 
Oxford. 

1590 Pte. J. Daly, Ardblar, Kiltarlity, Beauly 

3242 Pte. E. Steele, 89 Crail Street, Park- 
head, Glasgow. 

2109 Pte. C. E. Bain, 23 Marchland Road, 
Eltham, S.E. 

3317 Pte. E. D. Bateman, Box 18, Thoburn 
P.O., Vancouver Island, Canada. 

3318 Pte. H. G. Aves, 91 Dyne Road, 
Brondesbury, London, N.W. 

1674 Pte. A. Maclean, Riverside, Con tin, 

3316 Pte. S. R, Wood, The Nunnery, Peas- 
hurst, near Tonbridge, Kent. 
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3315 Pte. J. Brunton, Serogg House Farm, 

Walker, Newcastle-on-Tvne. 
3314 Pte. H. A. R. Avila, 47 Thornlaw Road, 

West Norwood, London, S.E. 

B Company. 

2737 Sergt. A. Hey wood, 12 Orchid Street, 
Harphurhey. 

2736 Pte, W. Leishman, 35 Walton Street, 

Miles Platting, Manchester. 
2628 Pte. W T . L. Greenhough, 22 Ella Street, 

Harpurhev, Manchester. 
2651 Pte. L. Tattersall, Tide's weld, near Bux- 
ton, Derbyshire. 
2528 Pte. A. W. Turvev, 74 Iddesleigh Road, 

Bedford. 
2898 Pte. A. Davies, 52 Westbourne Grove, 

Harpurhey, Manchester. 
2762 Pte. J. Parkinson, 5 Pearson Street, 

Newton Heath, Manchester. 
2569 Pte. G. C. Foster, Beechwood, Irvine 

Road, Kilmarnock. 
2718 Pte. H. Yates, 25 Beverley Street, 

Blackley, Manchester. 
2786 Pte. L. Webster, 20 Hall Road, Orump- 

sall, Manchester. 
2918 Pte. J. H. Appleby, 51 Forbes Street, 

W 7 est Gorton. 

2738 Pte. W. McCormick, 23 Beasley Street, 
Gorton, Manchester. 

2774 Pte. J. Mitchell, 169 Barton Road, 
Stretford, Manchester. 

2544 Pte. A. F. Dean, 1 Melrose Villa, The 
Lvncfo, Uxbridge. 

3020 Pte. B. Minchingtom, 12 Cross Street, 
off Llovd Street, Hulme, Manchester. 

2460 Pte. D. Macleod, Pultney Street, Ulla- 
pool. 

2715 Pte. W. Wilkinson, 91 Church Street, 
Newton Heath, Manchester. 

2698 Pre. C. Hughes, 62 W T est Craven Street, 
Salford. 

2724 Pte. J. Smith, 35 Clayton Lane, Man- 

2668 Pte. A. Oliver, 175 Harrowby Street, 

Miles Platting, Manchester. 
2667 Pte. J. Macgregor, 128 Pearson Street, 

Miles Platting, Manchester. 
3005 Pte. W. C. L. Matthews, 84 Tavistock 

Crescent, Bayswater, London,. W 
2609 Pte. J. L. ShandHey, 50 Neden Street, 

Openshaw, Manchester. 

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2658 Pte. C. Williamson, 17 Winifred Street, 

Disburv, near Manclhesttr. 
2723 Pte. J. Duckenfield, 57 Hawkenshead 

Read, Cheetham, Manchester. 
2629 Pte. W. Taylor, 15 Scholneld Street, 

Clayton, Manchester. 
2595 Pte. J. Smith, 15 Taylor Street, Gorton, 

Manchester. 
2768 Pte. A. J. Shelmerdine, 5 Alexandra 

Avenue, Moss Side, Manchester. 
2631 Pte; J. L. Bottomley, Lisarda, Torre 

Hill Road, Torquay. 
2963 Lance-Corpl. W. ^Thomson, Alma Cot- 
tage, St. Boswedl, Roxburghshire. 
2740 Pte. C. Starr, 33 Vere Street, Salford. 
2727 Pte. J. Holland, 45 Butterwotrth Street, 

Bradford, Manchester. 
2720 Pte. E. Powell, 25 Virgil Street, Old 

Trafford, Manchester. 
2732 Pte. A. Holmes, 84 Peroival Street, 

C.Q.M., Manchester. 
2722 Pte. F. Myles, 1 Ruthin St., Pendleton. 
3104 Pte. J. R, Bracns, 134 New England, 

Pererbrou. 
2742 Pte. E. Mitchell, 3 Wrigley Head, Fails- 
worth. 
2618 Pte. F. Hanson, 5 Wesley Street, Hyde 

Road, Ardwick. 
2714 Pte. P. Hastie, 31 Derbyshire Lane, 

Stretford, Manchester. 
2622 Pte. T. Fletcher, 23 Marpile Street, 

Openshaw, Manchester. 
2641 Pte. H. Wakerall, 20 Mellor Street, 

Prestwich. 
2655 Pte. C. H. Diggle, 41 Chester Street, 

Hulme, Manchester. 
2649 Pte. H. Judd, 8 Eliza Street, Hulme, 

Manchester. 
2659 Pte. R. W. Watkinson, 392 Eccles New 

Road, Weaste, Manchester. 
2661 Pte. W. T. Armour, 10 Gainsborough 

Street, Hr. Broughton, Manchester. 
2594 Pte, J. G. Laws, 41 Portland Road, 

Gorsehill, Stretford. 
2532 Pte. V. Bailey. Schoolhouse, Norwen- 

stow, Bude, Cornwall. 
2568 Pte. C. Vine, 6 Bronte Villas, Graves- 
end, Kent. 
2777 Pte. Rowbottom, 2 Gorse Street, Stret- 
ford, Manchester. 
2773 Pte. H. Prince, 9 Lonsdale Street, 

Stretford, Manchester. 



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2598 Pte. N. Walsh, 19 Dyson Street, Queen's 

Road, Miles Platting, Manchester. 
2664 Pte. M. Ellis, 207 Tipping Street, Ard- 

wick. 
2533 Pte. S. Lane, Terrington, St Clements, 

King's Lynn. 
2530 Lance-Corpl. G. Downes, 77 Alcester 

Street, Birmingham. 
2765 Pte, E. Wheelan, 10 Johnson Street, 

Cheetham, Manchester. 

2607 Pte. F. Murphy, 80 Droylsden Road, 
Newton Heath, Manchester. 

2597 Pte. E. Green, 18 Lilley Street, Queen's 
Road, Manchester. 

2608 Pte. G. Moffat, 113 Baslow Street, Ard- 
wick, Manchester. 

3003 Pte. J. Smith, 3 Chaltham St., Bolton. 

2928 Pte. F. Beltf, 13 Midway Street, Long- 
sight, Manchester. 

2668 Lance-Corpl. M. Page, 52 Springfield 
Road, Linslade, Bucks. 

2653 Pte. E. Barker, 47 Clayton Street, 
Hulme, Manchester. 

3013 Pte. W. Beattie, 90 Queen St., Glasgow. 

2654 Pte. W. Beswick, 41 Fenwick Street, 
Manchester. 

2785 Pte. H. France, 5 Ritchie Street, Ard- 

wick, Manchester. 
2741 Pte. H. Dixon, 26 Hannah Street, 

Collyhurst, Manchester. 
2726 Lance-Corpl. G. Black, 28 Park Road, 

Stretford. 
2567 Lance-Corpl. D. Gibson, Rosebank, Por- 

rock Road, Gravesend. 
2962 Lance-Corpl. R. J. Petrris, 26 Upton 

Avenue, Forest Gate, London. 
2543 Corpl. H. E. Salisbury, 407 Albany Rd., 

Camberwell, London, S.E. 
2563 Pte. A. Dickenson, 21 Hopper Street, 

Shewsbury. 
2600 Pte. G. Martin, 26 Thorn Street., off 

Miill Street, Bradford, Manchester 1 . 
2602 Pte, A. Scholfield. 

C Company. 
2810 Corpl. J. B. Forster, 13 Marcar Street, 
off Butler Street, Manchester. 

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2851 Carpi. E. Bartlett, 50 Davyhulme Rd., 
Urmston, Manchester. 

2852 Pte. G. Barnett, 22 Myles St., Sailford. 
2805 Pte. J. Macauley, 15 Whitby Road, 

Falloiwfield , Manchester . 

2817 Pte. L. Jones, 16 Deansgate Lane, Tim- 
perley, Cheshire. 

30G0 Pte. Shephard, Ballykelly, Co. Kildare, 
Monastrevan. 

3191 Pte. T. Murray, 35 Darnley Road, Barr- 
head, Glasgow. 



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2/4th SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS 



Before the l/4th Seatorths left for tohe front in November the 
work of raising the 2 /4th Seaforths had well begun. The l/4ths 
were carefully picked, and those left behind at Bedford included 
officers and men on the Home Defence list together with those on 
the sick list, as well as those whose training had yet to be com- 
pleted. Meantime, however, a large number of men had joined at 
Headquarters at Dingwall, and these proceeded to Bedford toi com- 
plete training, so as to be ready to supply Drafts for the front as 
required. Subsequently the 2/4ths were strongly recruited both 
from English towns and here in the North, and from the New Year 
until well into spring the local recruiting was good, so that between 
recruits and men who had been invalided or wounded there was at 
Headquarters at the beginning of April the whole of D Coy. in the 
lists which follow. It should be noted that in the following lists 
there appear the names of men who joined the draft, and also it is 
probable some names will be found duplicated, a circumstance due 
to the constant changing of men from one company to another 
while these lists were in preparation. 

All Heme Defence men have been picked, out of the Battalion, 
and, as a separate unit, will be utilized for various military duties 
at home. 

NOMINAL ROLL. 

Officers. 

Lieut. -Colonel D. Matheson, Commanding, Lews Castle, Isle of 

Lewis. 
Major George Mackenzie, Abbey ville, Inverness. 
Major Munro. 

Captain W. Wilkie, Adjutant, Post-Office Buildings, Strathpeffer. 
Captain J. G. Russell, Assistant Adjutant, Caberfeidh Terrace, 

Dingwall. 
Captain G. M. Cameron, Avoch, Ross-shire. 
Captain D. Ferguson, Ardersier, Inverness-shire. 
Captain A. M. Macintyre, Brae, near Dingwall. 
Captain A. R. Munro, Newton of Novar, Evan ton. 
Lieut, and Quartermaster J. C. Boyd, London. 
Lieut. C. D. Blunt, Badentarbat, Achiltibuie, by Ullapool. 
Lieut. J. P. Davidson, Burgh Down, Epsom, Surrey. 
Lieut. H. P. T. Gray, London. 
Jjieut. S. J. Hope, Kinnahaird, Strathpeffer. 
Lieut. A. J. S. Munro-Spencer, Teaninich, Alness. 
Lieut. W. Stewart, Poyntzfield, Invergordon. 

f 65 



Nominal Roll — Continued* 

Lieut. A. Campbell, Machine Gun Officer, 31 Laurel wood Avenue, 
Aberdeen. 

Second-Lieut. A. J. Oairtwright, 27 Balcaskie Roiad, Eltham, Kent. 

Second-Lieut. F. C. Chandler, MedicaJl Officer, Edinburgh Univer- 
sity Union, Edinburgh. 



Second-Lieut. F 

Park, S.W. 
Second-Lieut. E. 

Beckenham. 
Second-Lieut. A. 

Beckenham. 
Secoind-Liieut . D . 
Second-Lieut. J. 
Second-Lieut. W 

Manchester. 
Second-Lieut. P. 
Second-Lieut. 
Second-Lieut. 
Second-Lieut. 
Second-Lieut. 
Second-Lieut. 
Second-Lieut. 
Second-Lieut . 



P. Ferguson, 15ai Radbourne Road, Clapham 

W. R. Finch, " Northview," 22 Bromley Road, 

M. C. Fincih, " Northview," 22 Bromley Road, 

H. Haugh, 5 Herslland Terrace, Glasgow, W. 
W. Henderson, Culcairn, Invergordon. 
F. Hioillingworth, 106 Cyprus Street, Stretford, 



K. 
G. 
E, 
I. 

A. 



C. Knight, Cathedral Square, Fort rose. 
M. Maciaulay, 14 Opinan, Gairloch, Ross-shire. 
R. R. M. Maedomald, Knockbreck House, Tain. 
Macleod, Academy, Fortrase, Ross-shire. 
E. Mackenzie, Abbeville, Inverness. 
Masters, 20 de Parys Avenue, Bedford. 
M. Pender, " Onich," Beckham, Surrey. 
S. Thomson, 13 Barr Street, Bridgeton, off Lon 
don Read, Glasgow. 
Second-Lieut. T. H. Treslove 

Manchester. 
Second-Lieut. R. H. H. Will. 

Second-Lieut. Ralph Wassell, Bridaig, Dingwall. 
Second-Lieut. Geerge Maopherson, The Manse, Dingwall. 
Second-Lieut. A. T. Mackenzie, Evanton. 

Second-Lieutenants — Ian Murray Munro, Strathpeff er ; J. 
Harris, R. A. Graham Melrose, J 1 . Morrison, A. Macrae, R. 
Hislop, C. H. Harris, C. A. Phillmore Hulls, W. Holmes 
S. Sinclair Reid, David Boyd. 



35 Bickley Street, Moss Side, 



S. 
W. 

N. 



* 



5470 
2332 

2418 
2320 
2462 

2327 

2298 
2304 
2420 
1454 



A COMPANY. 

Non-Commissioned Officers and Men. 

Sergeant-Major N. T. Mackenzie, Drill Hall, Dingwall. 
Col. -Sergt. G. Maclean, Camlachie Institute, Glasgow. 
Colour-Sergeant J. R. Macrae, 8 Knockbreck Street, Tain. 
Sergeant J. M. Gordon, Lome Place, Dingwall. 
Sergeant A. Matheson, Elder Cottage, Bog Resolis, Balblair, 

Invergordon. 
Sergeant J. Maciver, 13 Albert Square, Dundee. 
Sergt. Mackenzie. 

Sergeant G. Mackintosh, 21 Dock Street, Avoch. 
Sergt. T. G. Mackrav, Langwell House, West St., Ullapool. 
Sergt. Ross, Muir of Conan, Muir of Ord, Ross-shire. 
66 



A Coy. — Continued 

185 Pioneer-Sergt. Primrose, Alma Cottage, Dingwall. 
2334 Lance-Sergeant G. Patience, 30 High. Street, Avoch. 
3011 Carpi. J. Aitken, 933 Great Eastern Road, Parkhead, Glasgow 
2489 Corpl. A. M. Campbell, Glasgow. 

2237 Corpl. W. A. Crawford, 8 Earnest Terrace, Palmes Green, N. 
2424 Corporal H. F. Kingham, 35 Castelnau Mansions, Barnes, S.W. 

2420 Corporal T. G. Mackay, Langwell House, West St., Ullapool. 
2411 Corpl. Miller, 493 Alexandra, Road, Dennistoun, Glasgow. 
2408 Corporal Andrew Ross, Roekfielld, Portmahomack. 

1726 Lance-Corporal A. J. Anderson, Craigwood, Fortrose. 
2489 Lance-Corporal A. M. Campbell, 115 Roslea Drive, Dennis- 
toun, Glasgow. 

2421 Lance-Corpl. J. Crombie, 1 Sharp Street, Gorman, Glasgow. 
2499 Lance-Corporal W. Finlayson, Kishorn, Lochcarron. 

2403 Lance-Ccrporal A. Gibson, 83 Mill Street, Ayr. 

2034 Lance-Corpl. T. E. Macgregor, 10 Thorngrove Road, Upton 

Park, E, 
1595 Lance-Corporal G. Maclennan, Shandwick Farm, Nigg. 
1472 Lance-Corporal H. Macleod, Polbarin House, Achiltibuie, 

Ullapool. 
1124 Lanoe-Goirpl. McCrae, Boiath, Alness, Ross-shire. 
2024 Lance-Corpl. H. Nicholls, 33 Snigbrook, Blackburn, Lanes. 
2476 Lance-Corporal C. F. Smith, Fortrose. 

2321 Lance-Corpl. Sutherland, 1 Factory Lane ; , Avoch, Ross-shire. 
2537 Lance-Corpl. J. S. Taggart, East Bank, Bolton. 
2487 Lance-Corporal Edward Watt, Rosemont, Dingwall. 
2019 Lance-Corpl. V. M. Watt, 42 Union Street, Aberdeen. 
2302 Lance-Corporal J. "Wilson, Swordale, Evanton. 
1163 Pte. M. Aird, Argyle Street, Ullapool. 
1405 Private K. Anderson, Ness Farm, Fortrose. 
2200 Pte. Lionel Bauley, 1 The Drive, Ilford, Essex. 
1293 Pte. G. Beattie, Brucefield Farm, Portmahomack. 
2606 Private F. Bennet, 16 Winifred Street, Newton Heath, 
Manchester. 

Pte. J. Bennett, 101 Westerhill Street, Glasgow. 
2928 Private F. Bell, 13 Midway Street, Manchester. 

Pte. S. E. Bentley, 16 Dalhonsie Street, Garnethill, Glasgow. 

Pte. James Booth, HiMhead, Glasgow. 
2927 Private E. Bowhav, Holne, Manchester. 
2486 Pte. J. Brodie, Katewell Mill, Evanton. 
2518 Pte. A. Buchanan, 27 Upper Bayble, Stornoway. 
2674 Private A. W. Bunlev, West Dixon St., Salford, Manchester. 
3233 Pte. J. Canning, 13 Bridgeat, Partick. 

2454 Pte. H. Chisholm, Mains of Tarradale, Muir of Ord. 
1781 Pte. G. Christie, Meikle Ferry, Tain. 

1516 Pte. W. Christie, Woodside, Edderton, Ross-shire. 

2676 Private J. Coops, Albert Road, Cheadle Hlume, Stockport. 

3022 Pte. H. Clarke, 37 Western Road, Olney, Bucks. 

2401 Private J. Clark, 7 Howe Street, Paisley. 

2421 Private J. W. Crombie, 1 Sharp Street, Govan. Glasgow. 

2455 Private A. F. Deane, The Lynch, Uxbridge. 

2410 Pte. J. Dewar, 75 E. Cumberland, off Canning St., Glasgow. 
2259 Pte. V. G. Dixon, 72 Hartington St., Moss Side, Manchester. 

67 



PATRONISED BY ROYALTY. 

MANY OF THE NOBILITY. 

AND COUNTY FAMILIES. 



MESSRS DEWAR & HAY, 
DINGWALL. 



HIGH-CLASS PHARMACISTS, 

DISPENSING, 
and PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMISTS. 



Our DENTISTRY DEPARTMENT is under 
very competent Management. 

ARTIFICIAL TEETH. 

NEAT. NATURAL. COMFORTABLE, 

Satisfaction Guaranteed. 




We are the ONLY SPECIALISTS in 
Ross-shire in 
22^ SCIENTIFIC EYESIGHT TESTING. 

BEST Lenses. BEST Frames. BEST Workmanship. 

Prices Strictly Reasonable. 




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DINGWALL. 

FIRST SHOP RIGHT HAND SIDE ON WAY UP FROM STATION 

68 



A Coy. — Continued 

2488 Private George Ellis, Conon Mains, Conon-Bridge. 

2394 Pte. A. Finlayson. 

2467 Private P. Fraser, Easter Moy, Strathpeffer. 

2475 Private D. k Fraser, Knocknafanary, Conon-Bridge. 

1680 Private M. Fraser, Scotsbum, by Kildary. 

2416 Pte. Geo. Gannon, 49 Leonard Street, Perth. 

2443 Pte. H. Gableman, 161 New City Road, Glasgow. 

2675 Private J. R. Gill, 170 Harcourt St., Ardwicfh, Manchester. 

1969 Pte, D. Gordon. 

2679 Private L. Gosling, 20 Nansen Street, Stretford, Manchester. 

2565 Private A. Graham, 42 Park Road, West Ham, London. 

1499 Pte. A. Grant, Lilybank, Grant Road, Granton-on-Spey. 

1370 Pte. W. Grant, Coulhill, Alness, Ross-shire. 

3184 Pte. D. Grieve, 30 Hope Street, Bellshill, Glasgow. 

3199 Pte. B. Halley, 170 West Muir Street, Glasgow. 

2442 Private W. Harvey, 114 Weir Street, Kingston, Glasgow. 

2405 Private S. Holmes, 80 New City Road, Glasgow. 

2605 Private H. Humphreys, 33 Granville Road, Crumpsall, 

Manchester. 
3243 Pte. J. T. L. Jackson, 128 Alexandra Parade, Glasgow. 
2677 Private J. Jefferies, 1 Home's Place, Ancoats, Manchester. 
2699 Pte. Jenkins, 54 Selwin Road, Upton Manor, London. 
2604 Private R. Jones, 102 W aimer Street, Rusholme, Manchester. 
2703 Private W. Kearns, 6 Poplar Street, Manchester. 

Pte. A. Kemp, 24 Blackburn Street, Govan, Glasgow. 
2505 Private L. King, Birmingham. 

3306 Pte. J. Little, 32 Maitland, Cowcadden, Glasgow. 
1381 Pte. A. Macangus, Meddat Farm, Kildarv. 
2341 Pte, J. MeCabe, 255 Cumberland Street, S.S., Glasgow. 
1684 Pte. D. McCalman, Pithogarty Farm, Ross-shire. 
2448 Pte, J. Macaulay, 10 Dock Street, Kelvinhaugh, Glasgow. 
2519 Pte. M. Macdonald, 46 Upper Bayble, Stornoway. 
1785 Pte. J. Mlacdonald, Maegregor's Court, Dingwall. 

Ptei. W. Mclmley, 2 West Russell St., Cowcaddens, Glasgow. 

Pte. D. Macintvre, 148 Salamanca Street, Parkhead, Glasgow 
2517 Pte. R. Mackay, 66 North Tolsta, Stornoway. 

2451 Pte. W. Mackay, 11 New Street, Tlaiin. 

2466 Private A. Mackenzie, Saltburn, Invergordon. 

2453 Pte. C. A. Mackenzie, Rustic Cottage, Maryburgh. 

1102 Private H. Mackenzie, Garvan House, Lochbroom. 

2452 Private J. Mackenzie, 12 Main Street, Inver, Tain. 
1546 Pte. J. Mackenzie, Sivant Farm, Muir of Ord. 

1531 Pte. J. Mackenzie, Wester Moy, Aroan, Muir of Ord. 
3241 Pte. Mackenzie, 1 Exeter Drive, Partick, Glasgow. 

2395 Pte. N. MacRitchie. 

1588 Pte. W. Mackenzie, Knodkfarrel, Dingwall. 

2252 Pte. J. A. Mackie, 48 Onslaw Gardens, Linswell Hill, London. 

2347 Pte. K. Macintosh, Gateside, Munlochy. 

1939 Private Neil Mackintosh, Munlochy. 

2365 Private A. Maclean. 

Pte. D. Maclaren, 436 8. Wellington St., S.S., Glasgow. 
1266 Pte. J. Maclean, Badentarbat, Achiltibuie, Ross-shire. 
988 Piper A. Macleod, Balintraid Farm, Delny, Ross-shire. 

69 



A Company— Continued. 

1633 Private J. Macleod, Mackenzie's Buildings, Maryburgh. 

Piper L. Macleod, Sttcirnoway. 
1313 Pte. W. Macleod, Ba/lintraid, Invergcrdon. 

Pte. D. McMitchael, 192 South Street, Glasgow. 
2495 Ft®. A. Macmillan, 3 Glen, North Tolsba, Stornoway. 
2493 Piper A. Macmillan, Stornoway. 

2441 Pte. N. Macpherscm, Rose Cottage, Kildary, Ross-shire. 
1999 Pte. K. Macrae, Burnside, Culbokie, Conon-B ridge. 
2705 Private H. Mann, 9 Carnarvon St., Cheetham, Manchester, 

1731 Pte. D. Martin, Milblairv, Edderton. 

2600 Private G. Martin, 26 Thorn Street, Bradford, Manchester. 

Pte. T. Martin, Young's Buildings, Glengarnock, 
1903 Pte. D. Matheson, Ardjachie Farm, Tain. 
1710 Pte. G. Mathieson, 27 Lamington Street, Tain. 

2608 Private G. Moffatt, 113 Basflow Street, Ardwick, Manchester, 
1166 Private J. Morrison, Newton of Novar, Evanton. 

1743 Pte. J. R. Morrison. 

763 Pte. J. Muir. 
1944 Private G. Munroi, 19 Shore Street, Inverness. 
1989 Private A .Munro, 12 Camden Street, Evanton. 

Ptei. J. Murphy, 34 Kent Street, Glasgow. 
1288 Pte. K. Murray, Culcraggie, Alness. 

2519 Pte. Donald Noble, Manse Cottage, Killearnan, Redcastle. 
1339 Pte). E. Pirrie, Ola.sterim, Enzie, Buckie, Banff. 
233« Private. A. Ross, Glasgow. 

2592 Private J. F. Rennie, 2 Union Street, Middleton, Manchester. 
156 f ) Pte. E. Scott. 

1919 Private W. A. Scott, Barbaraville, Delny. 

2602 Private A. Schofield, 16 Edward St., Moston, Manchester. 

2609 Private J. S. Shandley, 50 Nedan Street, Openshan. 
^985 Private M. Simpson, Findon Cottage, Culbokie. 
3006 Pte. T. Smart, Shipton, Bellinger, Tidworth, Hants. 
2444 Pte. TV. Smellie, Dennistoun, Glasgow. 

2348 Private J. Smith, Benlie, Abriachan, Inverness. 
2485 Piper A. Smith, 40 Callanish, Stornoway. 

Pte. John Smith, 60 Aitchison Street, Airdrie. 
1105 Pte. T. Smith, Fciich, Lochbroom, Ross^shire. 

1732 Private C. Stevenson, Culmaly Farm, by Golspie. 
Pte. R, Storrie, 93 Port Street, Anderston, Glasgow. 

2309 Pte. TV. Sutherland, Inverbreakie, Invergorden. 
2471 Pte. TV. Swanson, 34 Lomsbourgh Street, Wick. 
Pte. Geo. Tetchner, 445 Argyle Street, Glasgow. 
2596 Private L. Thompstcne, 22 Hall Rd., Crumpsall, Manchester. 
3021 Private R. R. Truelove, 10 Dene Street, Dorking, Surrey. 

2603 Private D. Travers, 109 Darncombe Street, Moss Side, 

Manchester. 

2593 Private G. Thomson, 31 Harrietta St., Cheetham, Manchester. 
2459 Pte. D. Urquhart, Quay Street, Ullapool. 

2439 Pte. K. Urquhart, 17 North Telsta, Stornoway. 

1034 Pre. J. Urquhart, Gairlcoh. 

1992 Private James Urquhart, 4 Livera Street, Evanton. 

2478 Private H. Urquhart, Lower Pitkerrie, Fearn. 

2698 Private N. Walsh, Queen's Road, Miles, Plutting, Manchester 

70 



A Company— Continued. 

3187 Pte. D. Weir, 24 Haggs Road, Polloekshaws, Glasgow. 

3188 Pte. T. Whitelaw, 23 Staffa Street, Glasgow. 
2312 Pte. E. Williams, 21 May Court, Inverness. 

Pte. J. W. Wylie, 34 Orchard Drive, Giffnock, Glasgow. 
3245 Pte. J. Youdalil, 230 Garscube Road, Glasgow. 



B COMPANY. 

Non-Commissioned Officers and Men. 

556 Sergeant-Major J. Simpson, 47 Huntily Street, Inverness. 
2540 Company Q.M.S. J. H. Maclean, 63 Beech Road, Hale, 

Cheshire. 
7991 Col.-Sergt.-Instr. Macdonald (attached), 42 Lurebost, Lochs, 

Stloraoway. 
1741 Sergt. A. Wiseley, Cairns of Memsie, Fraserburgh. 

335 Sergt. W. Macintosh, 20 Clyde Street, Invergorden. 
2424 Sergt. H. F. Kingham, 35 Castlenan Mansions, Barnes, 

London, S.W. 
1330 Sergt-. T. Ross, Rhamore, Edderton. 
2737 Sergt. T. Hey wood]. 

1845 Sergt. W. Munro, Top Street, Coulhill, Alness. 
2504 Sergt. -Cook D. Maebeath, Mayfield, Dingwall. 
1521 Lance-Sergt. C. E. Macrae, The Manse, Edderton. 

2464 Corporal W. M. Cormack, 12 Wallneld Crescent, Aberdeen. 
2368 Corporal J. Mackay, Barrhead, Glasgow. 

1869 Corporal G. Ross, Mid Saltburn, Invergorden. 
2615 Corporal G. Scott, 100 Chapel Road, Sale, Cheshire. 
1796 Corporal D. Maeleod, Norwich, Rogart. 

1880 Corporal J. Mackenzie, Ivy Cottage, Saltburn, Invergordon. 
2433 Corporal Thomson, 194 Langlands Road, Govan, Glasgow. 
3234 Corporal J. Black, " Rook wood," Ditchling, Sussex. 
2543 Corporal H. E. Salisbury, 407 Albany Rd, Camberwell, Lon- 
don, S.E. 
2351 Pte. F. Mackenzie, 6 Francis Street, Stornoway. 
2371 Pte. Malcolm Mlaclecd, 10 Eoropiei, Ness, Stornoway. 
2437 Pte. T. McGowan, 90 Harmony Row, Govan, Glasgow. 

2465 Pte. John Mackay, 7 Calbost, Lochs, Stornoway. 

2469 Lance-Corpl. Donald Maeleod, 7 Aignish, Stornoway. 

2470 Pte. A. Mackay, 24 Aignish, Storncway. 

2481 Pte. R. Morrison, Bakerhill, Conon-Bridge, by Dingwall. 
2494 Pte. E. Hollyfield, 13 Colville Houses, London, W. 
2501 Pte. W. Thomson, Drumburn, New Abbey, Dumfries. 
2503 Pte. D. Mitchell, Portmahomack, bv Fearn. 

2506 Pte. Evander Maciver, 43 North Tolsta, Storncway. 

2507 Pte. W. Gunn, 70 North Tolsta, Stornowav. 

2508 Pte. A. Maeleod, 20 North Toilsta, Stornowav. 

2509 Pte. M. Murray, 49 North Tolsta, Stornoway. 

2511 Pte. W. Cairnev, 31 Main Street, Barrhead, bv Glasgow. 

2512 Pte. William Macdonald, 48 North Tolsta, Stornoway. 

2528 Pte. A. W. Turvev, 74 Iddesleigh Rd., Queen's Park, Bedford. 
2'535 Pte. R. W. Limmer, 8 St John's, Bedford. 

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B Coy. — Continued 

5536 Pte. T. H. Andrews, Chapel Lame', Weston, Underwood. 

2560 Pte. C. Fisher, Norton Street, Baldock. 

.2564 Pte. S. Davies, 21 Queen Street, Castlefields, Shrewsbury. 

2571 Pte. H. H. Dooley, 71 Fester Hill Road, Bedford. 

2593 Pte. George Thomson, 31 Harrietta St., Hightown, Manchester 

2596 Pte. L. Thompstone, 22 Hall Rd., Crumpsall, Manchester. 

2600 Pte. George Martin, 26 Thorn Street, off Mill St., Bradford, 

Manchester. 
2606 Pte, F. Bennett, 16 Winifred Road, Newton Heath, Mam- 

2610 Pte. J. E. Nesbit, 3 Birley Street, Beswick, Manchester. 

2611 Pte. J. Whelan, 132 Grey Mare Lane, Bradford, Manchester. 
2614 Pte. John Cottrill, 7 Pelham St., Openshaw, Manchester. 

2616 Pte. William Hill, 17 Duke Street, Bradford, Manchester. 

2617 Pte, Fred H,ll, 17 Duke St., Bradford, Manchester. 

2620 Pte. P. Coleman, 2 Albert St., Mount St., Sa.Iford, Man- 

chester. 

2621 Pte. George Manning, 16 Albany St., Ardwick, Manchester. 
2626 Pte. W. Corner, 24 Woodfield Road, South Shore, Blackpool. 

2630 Pte. Fred Seddon, Midland Hotel, Manchester. 

2631 Pte. J. L. Bottomley, Torre Hill Rd., Torquay, South Devon. 

2632 Pte. N. Hughes, 103 Waterloo St., Lr. Crumpsall, Man- 

chester. 

2634 Pte, W. C, Smith, 26 Clopton Street, Hulme., Manchester. 

2638 Pte. C. H. Luke, 24 Norwood Rd., Stretfotrd, Manchester. 

2641 Pte. H. Wakerelfl, 20 Mellor Street, Prestwich, nr. Man- 
chester. 

2643 Pte. R. Jackson, 454 Manchester Road. 

2644 Pte. H. Parker, Rr cornfield Lane, Hale, Cue shire. 

2647 Pte, C. P. Calvert, 1 James St., Blackley, Manchester. 
2652 Pte. Albert Green, " Cintra," Tatton Road South, Heatom 

Chapel. 
2654' Pte, Wm. Beswick, 41 Fenwick Street, Moss Side. Manchester. 

2655 Pte. C. H. Diggle, 41 Chester St., Hulme, Manchester. 

2656 Pte. J. R, Simpson, " Oakdene," Dane Rd., Sale, Cheshire. 

2661 Pte, W. T. Armour, 10 Gainsborough Street, Hr. Broughton, 

Salford, nr. Manchester. 

2662 Pte. James Trow, 77 Upper Duke St., Hulme, Manchester. 
2665 Pte. A. Lightfoot, 28a Croydon Street, Salford. 

2671 Pte, E. Collin ge, 190 Damtzic Street, Manchester. 

2673 Pfcei. R, E. Clarke, 153 Tatton St., Sadford, Manchester. 

2679 Pte. L. Gosling, 20 Nansen St., Gorse Hill, Stretford. 

2680 Pte. Alfred Holt, 328 Queen's Rd., Cheetham, Manchester. 
2682 Pte. E. Green, 4 Warford St., Newtown, Manchester. 
2684 Pte. Alf. Mitton, 44 Church Lane, Gorton, Manchester. 
2688 Pte. A. Willis, 11 Casson Street, Gorton, Manchester. 

2692 Pte. George Spackmam, 10 North Avenue, King's Cross, 

London. 

2693 Pte, C. Charp, Church Cottage, Maulden. 

2694 Pte. A. Loughery, 69 Ashburnham Rd., Lutcn, Beds. 

2700 Pte, E. McCutcheon, 19 Derby Roiad, Weaste, Manchester. 

2701 Pte. F. Bradley, 9 Ralston Street, Weaste, Manchester. 
2703 Pte, Kearns, 6 Poplar Street, Miles Platting, Manchester. 

73 



B Coy. — Continued 

2706 Pte. A. Cooper, 162 Tamworth Street, Moss Side, Manchester 

2709 Pte. W. Skerritt, 85 Crcmdall Street, Moss Side, Manchester. 

2710 Pte. A. Willton, 38 Weatherall St., Hr. Broughton, Salford. 

2711 Pte. W. L. Smith, 12 Junction St., Hulme, Manchester. 

2712 Pte. P. Fox, 21 Weatherall St., Hr. Broaighton, Manchester. 
2720 Pte. Edward Powell, 25 Virgil St., Old Traffiord, Manchester. 
2725 Pte. Thomas Hogan, 148 Harold St., Bradford, Manchester. 
2729 Pte. Win. Garlick, 32 Summerville Avenue, Norman Roiad, 

Most on , Manchester. 
2735 Pte. William Sant, 27 Bees-ton St., Harpurhey, Manchester. 
2741 P e. H. Dixon, 26 Hannah Street, Cbllyhurst, Manchester. 

2746 Pte. W. Devon, 3 Ocean Terrace, Dorset Street., Hulme, 

Manchester. 

2747 Pte. H. Nuttalil, 9 Woodfield Road, Crumpsall, Manchester. 

2748 Pte. V. Langhelt, 32 Laney Buildings, Bourne Estate, Gray's 

Inn Road, Holborn, London, W.C. 
2750 Pte. F. Hoderoft, 52 Mitfcrd St., Stretftord, Manchester. 
2753 Pte. A. Arnold, 2 Brunswick St., Stretford, nr. Manchester. 
2758 Pte. Philip Maher, 86 Clarendon St., C.-on-M., Manchester. 

2760 Pte. E. W. Hirst, " The Vron," Barnfieid, Urmston, Man- 

chester. 

2761 Pte. J. R. Hadfield, 36 Clements Street, Hr. Openshaw, nr. 

Manchester. 
2769 Pte. A. E. Hampton, 55 Ryebrank Road, Chorlton-cum- 

Hardy, Manchester. 
2771 Pte. Ernest Beverlev, 60 Prince Street, Ardwick, Manchester. 

2773 Pte. H. Prince, 9 LondsdaJe St., Gorse Hill, Stretford, Man- 

chester. 

2774 Pte. J. Mitchell, 169 Barton Road, Stretford, Manchester. 

2775 Pte. A. FieHding, 34 Chapel Street. Ardwick, Manchester. 

2779 Ptei. J. H : nchv, 85 Upper Medlock St., Hulme, Manchester. 

2780 Pte. A. Hudson, 25 Jackson Street, Abbey Hey, Gorton, 

Manchester. 

2781 Pte. E. Duncipn, 4 Bright Street, Gorton, Manchester. 

2782 Pte. A. Sutton, 11 East- Road, Gorton, Manchester. 
2784 P!e. F. Garden, 54 Pinnineton Rd., Gorton, Manchester. 
2788 Pte. H. Broome, 557 Collyhurst Road, Rochdale Road, 

Manchester. 
2790 Pte. Alex. Harris, 607 Rodhdale Road, Queen's Park, 

Manchester. 
2794 Pte. Alexander Simpson, 7 Juno Street, Newton Heath, 

Manchester. 
2894 Pte. D. E. Small, 36 Darlington Street, Cheatham Hill, Man- 

2914 Pte. J. Cunningham, 49 Lord Street, off St Petersgate, 

Stockport. 

2915 Ptffl. J. Harlow, 121 Russell St., Moss Side, Manchester. 

2916 Pte. C. Holing worth, 93 Market Street, Manchester 

2920 Pte. Richard Morrid, 1 Alma Street, Chester Road, Hulme,. 
Manchester. ■ 

2927 Pte Edward Bowhav, 5 Mvtton St., Hulme, Manchester. 

2928 Pte. F. Bell, 13 Midway Street, Longsight, Manchester. 
3007 Pte. Charles Davie®. 



B Coy. — Continued 

3013 Pte. W. Beattie, 90 Queen Street, Glasgow. 
3016 Pte. W. M. Ross, 10 Woodcraft Avenue, Broomhill, Glasgow. 
3018 Private J. N. Roberts, The Laurels, Samlesbury, Preston, 
Lancashire. 
Pte. W. W. Mitchell, 82 Kingston Road, Oxford. 



C COMPANY (1), 

Non-Commissioned Officers and Men. 

2299 Sergeant A. U. Pollock, 12 Killermont Street, Glasgow. 
2462 Sergeant H. G. Iniray, 2 Segary Villas, Hadley Road, New 

Bar net. 
2440 Corporal H. Hale, Rose Cottage, Mill Street, Dingwall. 
1997 Corporal J. W. Barron, 7 King Street, Inverness. 
2362 Ooirporaft J. McCraw, 1 Gower Street, Tain. 
2837 Corporal T. Crossley, 47 North Porter Street, Manchester. 
2411 Lance-Corporal J. Miller, 493 Alexandra Parade, Dennistoun, 

Glasgow. 
2851 Lance-Corporal E. Barlett, 65 North Porter St., Manchester. 
2881 Lance-Corporal A. Renshaw, 21 Devonshire Street, do. 
2810 Lance-Corporal J. B. Foster, 13 Macer Road, do. 
2807 Lance-Corporal T. Dunlop, 3 Washwav Road, Sale, Cheshire. 

2795 Private P. V. Harney, 13 Alder St., Collyhurst, Manchester. 

2796 Private H. Gardner, 176 Harcourt St., Ardwick, do. 

2797 Private N. Arkinstalll, 7 Woodville Terrace, Moston, do. 

2798 Private E. H. Fishier, 14 Albert Square, Brooks Bar, do. 

2799 Private F. Rewerth, 23 Gordon Road, Monton Eceles, do. 

2800 Private B. Green, 46 Hillkirk Street, Beswick, do. 

2801 Private C. Igo, 113 Bailev Street, Bradford, do. 

2802 Private T. Knott, 17 Retford Street, do. 

2803 Private J. Jsherwood, 11 Doctors Lane, Birch, Nr. Heywood. 

2804 Private J. Leishman, 35 Walton Street, Miles Platting, Man- 

chester. 

2805 Private J. Macaulav, 119 Chorlten Road, Brooks Bar, do. 

2806 Private H. Haggart, 67 Washway Road, Sale, Cheshire. 
2880 Private H. Rat cliff e, 2 Hampton Street, Walmersley Road, 

Manchester. 

2872 Private E. Lea, Durrants Hill Road, Apslev End, Hampstead 

2887 Private F. H. Tonkin, 73 Broadfields Road, Moss Side, Man- 
chester. 

2958 Private J. H. Macrae, 17 Timson Street, Fails worth, near 
Manchester. 

2832 Private E. W. Mclyneux, 19 Claremont Road, Alexandra 
Park, Manchester. 

2926 Private L. A. Gell, 25 Harpur Street, Bedford. 

2834 Private J. Rose, 21 Alfred Strteet, Bradford, Manchester. 

2956 Private R. Cos, 84 Grey Frairs Walk, Bedford. 

2870 Private Frederick Maybury, 7 Monday Street, Oldham Read,. 
Manchester. 

75 



C Company (1)— Continued. 

2901 Private G. H. Farrell, 4 Birch Cottage, Barton Road, With- 

ington, Manchester. 
2831 Private William Verity, 48 Poplar Street, Aabtom Old Road, 

Ardwick, Manchester. 
2838 Private John F. Rowerth, 28 Gordon Road, Monton, do. 
2816 Private Richard Cockram, 28 Trafford Street, Hulme, do. 
2883 Private Thomas Howard, 2 Benton Street, Moston, do. 

2902 Private R. Fnsworth, 31 East Grove, do. 
2889 Private Herbert "White, 86 Lowe Street, do. 

2806 Private John Bain, 9 Hayden Street, Miles Platting, do. 

2929 Private John Ohristiiei, 3 Pickering Street, Harpurhey, do. 

2909 Private J. Watts, 10 Haughton Street, Bradford, do. 

"2824 Private Thos. Burke', 9 Light. Street, Ancoats, do. 

2913 Private G. W. Housihian, 46 Bellew Street, Ardwick, do. 

2809 Private William Hawthorn, 41 Bold, Moss Side, do. 

2841 Private Samuel Woodman, 12 Abbev Hev Lane, do. 

2862 Private A. F. Furness, 9 Stockton Road,* do. 

2853 Private Albert Webb, 97 Lloyd Street, Moss Side, do. 

2859 Private Arthur Green, 25 Annis Street Moston, do. 

3109 Private John Wallace, 389 Keppoch Hill Road, Glasgow. 

3099 Private John W T agstaff, 13 James Morrison Street, do. 

3089 Private W. Conway, 210 Main Street, Barrhead. 

3095 Private James Macmillan, 265 Main Street, do. 

3180 Private H. E. Robinson, 146 Piatt Lane, Rusholme, Man- 
chester. 

3085 Private John Ramsav, 635 Argyle Street, Glasgow. 

3092 Private Joseph Simpson, 98 Main Street, Barrhead. 

3091 Private John Hogan, 65 Glenpark St., Dennistoun, Glasgow. 

3108 Private Edward Hatch, 113 Kirkland Street, Queen Cross, do. 

3087 Private N. Maclean, 12 Alford Street, Spriogburn, do. 

2830 Private Edward Welsh, Fountainbleane, Dumfries. 

3094 Privatai John Macdonaild, 50 Duncan St., Mile End, Glasgow. 

2821 Private T. Baker, 3 Plato Street, Harpurhl?y, Manchester. 

3112 Private A. Cowie, 19 Oakbank Terrace, Glasgow. 

3111 Private J. Affleck, 2 Bankside Avenue, Johnstone, Renfrew- 
shire. 

3097 Private E. Sheridan, 55 Anderston Quay, Glasgow. 

2873 Private H. Cronshaw, 31 Thornhill Street, Ardwick, Man- 
chester. 

2840 Private H. Barnshaw, 3 John St Miles, Platting, Manchester. 

2827 Private J. Berrel, 350 Barlow Roiad, Levenshulme, do. 

2886 Private W. H. Faux, 44 Percy Street, Hulme, do. 

2891 Private W. Webster, 15 Dalton Street, Newtown, do. 

2804 Private D. Raw, 17 Jackson Street, do. 

2865 Private H. E. Potts, Post Office, Milford, Cheshire. 

2908 Private F. Hill, 90 Danvhulme Road, Manchester. 

2871 Private A. Ferrier, 32 Langshaw Street, Old Strafford, do. 

2861 Private F. Hart, 26 James Street, Moss Side, do. 

2899 Private F. Stubbs, 106 Devonshire Street. Hulme, do. 

2875 Private P. A. Podiesta, 56 Embden St., Hulme, do. 

S815 Private B. Mangnall, 8 Wade Street, Miles, Platting, do. 

2858 Private S. Atherton, 29 Hinckley Street, Bradford, do. 

2825 Private A. Butterfield, 10 Baker Street, Longsight, do. 

76 



C Company (1) — Continued. 

2847 Private H. Crosby, 15 North Lonsdale St., Stretford, Man- 
chester 

2838 Private G. H. Smith, 29 Percv Street, Salford, do 

2812 Private F. Pugh, 20 Beather Street, Oldham Road, do. 

2846 Private G. A. Bentley, 18 South Avenue, Levenshulme, do, 
2878 Private A. Potter, 33 Chatsworth Road, Gorton, do. 

2813 Private Beavin, 94 Rusholme Road, do, 

2848 Privaitte Lewis Roberts, 59 Pemperton Street, Hightown, do. 
2860 Private J. Roberts, 59 Pemperton Street, Hightown, do. 

2867 Private H. Haworth, Ship Hotel, Poulton-be-Fylde, Lanca- 

shire. 
2823 Private J. R. Bailey, 89 Harcourt Street, Ardwick. 

2868 Private G. Finch, 14 Partington St., Harpurkey, Manchester. 

2818 Private J. A. Lee, 67 Nelson Street, Hvde, near Manchester. 
2874 Private Thos. Elliot, 98 Stanlev Street, Harpurhey, do. 

2900 Private A. Westwell, 33 Orchid Street, Harpurhey, do. 

2833 Private A. Barber, 27 Churclhi Street, Harpurhey, do. 

2811 Private G. W. Davies, 25 Culeheth Lane, Newton Heath, do. 

2835 Private J. Whitehead, 22 Sumner Road, Manchester. 

2876 Private H. Ogden, 5 Archer Street, Bradford, do. 

2955 Boy E. Dandels, 38 Priory Street, Bedford. 

2829 Private W. E. Bradbury, 1 Elm Street, Oldham Road, Man- 
chester. 

2959 Private V. Smith, Hughsooka, New Russia Company, South 
Russia. 

2882 Private J. F. Boyson, 2 Ccdlins Street, Northampton!. 

2820 Private J. Barber, 103 Maple St., Hollinwood, Nr. Oldham. 

2930 Private W. E. Halson, 56 Chapel Street, Ardwick Green, 
Manchester. 

2957 Private A. Moore, Potters Cross, Woolton, Bedford. 

2910 Private W. Franklin, 66 Hall Street, Greenheys, Manchester. 

2911 Private W. Bailev, 54 Vine Street, Newton Heath, do. 

2857 Private R. Higgin, 5 Halliwell Street, Hollinwood, Oldham. 

2844 Private P. Glassbrook, 34 Driffield St., Moss Side, do. 

2888 Private W. Swingiler, 152 Liverpool Street, Cross Lame, Sal- 
ford. 

2866 Private R. Mackenzie, 10 Marsiand Street, Ardwick, Man- 
chester. 

2819 Private A. Hickman, 3 Scotta Read, Eccles. 

2884 Private A. Moore, 25 Thelsall Street, Sale, Cheshire. 
2826 Private J. Curren, 1 Maple Street, Hulme, Manchester. 
2846 Private J. Hall, 75 Butler Street, Oldham Rd., Manchester. 

2885 Private H. Wand, 141 Embden Street, Hulme, do. 

2817 Private L. Jones, 16 Deansgate Lane, Timperley, Cheshire. 
2842 Private P. Walker, 139 Waterloo Street, Manchester. 

2845 Private A. Bond, 2 Goodier Building, Bradford Road, do. 
2855 Private J. Liddv, Queen's Road, Miles, Platting, do. 

2839 Private H. Shepherd, 7 Lindlley Street, Miles, Platting, do.. 
2904 Private H. Hagger. 2 Delamere Street, Openshiaw, do. 
2854 Private H. H. Heath, 9 Brighton Street, Ducie Street, do. 
3093 Private J. Gilbert, 55 Kelburn Street, Barrhead. 
3121 Private A. F. Hinton, 10 James Nisbet Street, Glasgow. 
2863 Private E. W. Hayloek, 75 Hartington Street, Manchester. 

77 



C Company (1) — Continued. 

2849 Private W. Brett, 12 Back Roman Road, Manchester 
2828 Private F. Brearley, 124 Pearson Street, Queen's Boad, do. 
2822 Private C. Wilks, 95 Whitworth Street, Openshaw, do. 
2892 Private A. Wilcoek, 23 Wingfield Street, Stretford, dot. 
2814 Private D. R. Royle, 35 Moreton Avenue, Stretford, do. 
2903 Private Wm. Ainscough, 25 Edward Avenue, do. 
2843 Private W. Feamehaugh, 28 Smith Street, Ardwick, do. 
2869 Private Nelson Roberts, 4 Cardiff St., Queen's Park, do. 
3086 Private R. A. Watt, 238 Springburn Road, Glasgow. 
3083 Private T. Easton, 68 Dover Street, Sandyford, Glasgow. 
3166 Private J. Macdonald, 50 Duncan Street, Mile End, Glasgow. 
1726 Lance-Corpl. A. J. Anderson, Craigwood, Fortrose. 



C COMPANY (2). 

NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND MEN. 

1344 Sergeant N. Ross, Rosebank, by Inve?-gordon. 

1102 Sergeant H. Mackenzie. 

1162 Corporal A. Mackenzie, 29 Strath, Gairloch. 

1454 Sergeant J. Ross, Muir of Conan, Muir of Ord. 

1208 Corporal R. Macleod, Blairline, Achititibuie, Garve. 

1217 Corporal A. Fraser, 27 Smithtown, Strath, Gairloch. 

1275 Corporal C. Pirie, 31 High Street, Alness. 

1410 Lance-Oorporal M. Ohisholm, Muirton Plains, Muir of Ord. 

1595 Lance-Corporal J. Maclennan. 

1845 Lance-Corporal W. Munro, Outpost Cottage, OotulhiM, Alness. 

1869 Lance-Corporad G. Ross, Saltburn, Invergorden. 

1798 Lance-Corporal W. Ross, Market Square, Ullapool. 

1721 Lance-Corporall H. Cossar, Braeis of Ullapool. 

1788 Private J. Adamson, Baniskirk Mains, by Halkirk. 

1168 Private M. Aird, Argyll Street, Ullapool. 

2792 Private A. A. Arty, 75 Hendham Vale, Queen's Park, Har- 

purhey, Manchester. 
2753 Private A. Arnold, Brunswick Place, Stretford, Manchester. 
2532 Private V. Bailtey, The Schoolhouse, More veus tow, Cornwall. 
2559 Private E, Bates, 96 Hartington Street, Bedford. 
1293 Private G. Beaibtie, Brueefield Farm, Portmahomaok. 
2771 Private E. Beverley, 60 Prince Street, Ardwick, Manchester. 
2745 Private; E. V. Bond, Dovercourt, Cloth ven Rd., Dulsbury, do. 
2788 Private X~I. Broome, 557 Coillyhurst Rd., Queen's Park, do. 
2971 Private^ W. H. Bnoiwnbill, 4 South Grove, Brooklands, Cheshire 
2518 Private A. Buchanan, 27 Upper Bayble, Stornoway. 
1975 Private E. Campbell, Rustic Cottage, Maryburgh 
1828 Private W. Campbell, Temperance Hotel, Dingwall. 
2784 Private F. Garden, 54 Pennington Rd., Gorton, Manchester. 
1558 Private J. Chisholm, Little Ferry, Golspie. 
1791 Private J. A. Christie, Meiklle Ferry Cottages, Tarn. 
1516 Private W. Christie, Wocdside Cottage, Eddertou. 
2695 Private W. F. Court, 6 Hardwick Road, Elston Road, Bedford 

78 



C Company (2) — Continued. 
2764 Private C. Cronin, 18 Forrest Street, Hulme, Manchester. 
2763 Private W. 0. Curzons, 18 Elm Road, Crumpsall, do. 
2776 Lance^Corpl. H. Daley, 4 Hulton Street, Moss Side, do. 
2898 Private A. Davies, 52 Westbourne Grove, Harpurpeys, do. 
2746 Private W. Devon, 3 Ocean Tea-race, Dorset St., Hulme, do. 
2770 Private E. Dixon, 26 Wilson Street, Gorse Hill, Stretford, do. 
2745 Private T. Dooley, 50 Thorpe Street, Newton Heath, do. 
2571 Private Dooley, 71 Foster Hill Read, Bedford. 
2781 Private E. Duncan, 4 Bright Street, Gorton, Manchester. 
2775 Private A. Fielding, 34 Chapel Street, Ardwick, do. 
2560 Private C. Fisher, Norton Street, Baildork, Herts. 
1680 Private M. Fra,ser. 

1209 Private J. Fraser, 27 Smithtown, Strath, Gaiiioch. 
2785 Private' H. France, 5 Ritchie Street, Ardwick, Manchester. 
1307 Private W. Grant, Coiulhill, Alness. 

2759 Private H. Graves, 52 Chumeil Street, Manchester. 
2761 Private J. R. Hadfield, 36 Clements St., Openshaw, do. 
2790 Private A. Harris, Princess Inn, 607 Rochdale Road, do. 
2562 Private 1 S. Head, 1 Hartington Street, Manchester. 

2534 Private A. Hester, 128 Hitchin Street, Biggleswade, Beds. 
2779 Private J. Hinchy, So Upper Medlock St., Hulme, Manchester 

2760 Private E. Hirst, The Yrcn, Barnfield, Urmster, do. 
2750 Private F. Hodcroft, 52 Mitfcird Street, Stretford, do. 

2789 Private A. Hudson, 25 Jackson St., Abbey Hey, Gorton, do. 
2772 Private R. E. Jameson, 13 The Crescent, Prestwich, do. 
2748 Private V. H. Langhelt, 32 Laney Buildings, Bourne Estate. 
Holborn, London. 

2756 Private A. Lee, 106 Phillips Park Road, Beswick, Manchester. 
2665 Private A. Lightfoot, 28a Croydon St., Robert Hall Street, 

Salford. 

2757 Private F. Lightfoot, 41 Thorpe Street, Newton Heath, 

Manchester. 

2758 Private P. Maher, 86 Clarendon Street, do. 
1731 Private D. Martin. 

1903 Private D. Mathieson, Ardjachie Farm, Tain. 

1684 Private D. McAlman, Pitogarty Farm, Tain. 

1381 Private A. McAngus, Meddat Farm, Kildary. 

1715 Private R. Macdonald, High Street, Alneiss. 

2519 Private M. Macdonald, 46 Upper Bayble, Stornoway. 

2515 Private J. Macdonald, Attadale Eudons, Strathcarron. 

2667 Private Macgregor, 128 Pearson Street, Manchester. 

2540 Private J. H. Maclean, 63 Beach Read, Hale, Cheshire. 

2365 Private A. Maclean. 

1267 Private A. Macleod. 

1796 Private D. Macleod, Mcrvich Lodge, Rogart. 

1633 Private J. Macleod. 

1735 Private T. Macleod, Strathrusdale, Alness. 

1313 Private W. Macleod, Balintraid Farm, Delny. 

2517 Private R. Mackay, 66 North Tolsta, Stornoway. 

1773 Private A. Mackenzie, No. 8 Annat, Torridon, by Achnasheen. 

1531 Private J. Mackenzie, Wester Moy, Urray, Muir of Ord. 

1546 Private J. Mackenzie. 



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C Company (2)— Continued. 

1538 Private H. R. Mackenzie, No. 1 Coronation Cottage, Warden 
Street, Dingwall. 

1943 Private D. Maclellan, Ivy Cottage, Maryburgli. 
1661 Private W. Macrae, Badachro, Gairlcch. 

2784 Private H. Mills, 20 Cooke Street, Hulme, Manchester. 

1958 Private J. Mitchell, Rockfield Village, Portmahomaek. 

1675 Private G. Mitchell, Main Street, Portmahomack. 

2774 Private J. Mitchell, 169 Barton Road, Stretford, Manchester 

1166 Private J. Morrison. 

1743 Private J. R. Morrison, Newton, Evanton, by Novar. 

2787 Private J. Moss, 45 Lilley Street, Harpurhev, Manhcester. 

1944 Private G. Munro. 

1886 Private J. Munro, Market Stance, Alness. 

2752 Private J. Mvres, 43 Brunswick St., West Gorton, Manchester 

2747 Private H. E*. Nut tall, 9 Woodfield Road, Crumps-all, do. 

2668 Private Oliver, 175 Harrowbv Road, do. 

2895 Private F. C. Oldham, 10 Parsonage Street, Hyde, do. 

2669 Private M. Paige, Rose Cottage, Linslade, Leighton Buzzard, 

Beds. 
2762 Private J. Parkinson, 5 Pearson Street, Newton Heath, Man- 

2773 Private H. Punce, Gorse Hill, Stretford, do. 
1339 Private J. Pirrie, Contullieh, Alness. 

2691 Private A. E. Rix, Railwav Rd., Downham Market, Norfolk. 
1285 Private D. Robertson, High Mills, Tain. 

1681 Private A. Ross, Lower Balaldie, by Fearn. 
1864 Private D. Ross, Balconie Street, Evanton. 
2777 Private T. E. Rowbottom, 2 Gorse St., Gorse Hill, Stretford, 

Manchester. 
1569 Private E. Scott, Rosskeen Farm, Invergorden. 
1919 Private W. J. Scoitt, Barbaraville. 

2693 Private C. E. Sharp, Church Cottage, Maulden, Ampthill. 
2768 Private A. J. Shelmerdine, 5 Alexandra Avenue, Moss Side, 

Manchester. 
2894 Private E. Shipley, 1 Williamson Street, Droytsden, do. 
2794 Private A. Simpson, 7 Juno Street, Newton Heath, do. 

2793 Private R. C. Simpson, 38 Market St., Shaw, Lancashire. 
2535 Private R, Simmer, 8 St Johns Street, Bedford. 

2849 Private D. E. Small, 36 Darlington Street, Gheetham Hill, 
Manchester. 

2692 Private G. A. Spackman, 10 North Avenue, King's Cross, 

London. 
2556 Private E. C. Spilling, 17 Greenhill Street, Bedford. 
2776 Private A. E. Sorah, 7 Wocidhouse, Openshaw, Manchester. 
2529 Private J. H. Squires, Temple Street, Brill, Bucks. 
1514 Private E. Sutherland, 11 Hill Street, Dingwall. 
1732 Private A. Stevenson. 

2794 Private J. Stockton, 176 Tipping Street, Ardwich Green, W., 

Manchester. 
2666 Private F. Sumner, 19 Clay Street, Newton Heath, do. 
2782 Private A. Sullton, 11 East Road, Gorton, do. 
2789 Private W. Welsh, 9 Burn's Street, Bradford, Manchester. 
1746 Private A. Thompson, 32 Coll, Stornoway. 

g 81 



C Company (2)— Continued. 

2337 Private C. H. Tiffle, 103 Bower Street, Bedford. 

2528 Private A. Turvey, 74 Xdclesleigh Road, Bedford. 

1634 Private J. Urquhart, Flowerdaile, Gairloch. 

2789 Private W. Welsh, 9 Burn's Street, Bradford, do. 

2786 Private L. Webster, 20 Hull Road, Crumpsall, do. 

2765 Private E. Whelan, 10 Johnson Stree:, Cheethiam Hill, do. 

2751 Private W. W T oletinholme, 3 Queen Street West, Gorton, do. 

2531 Private G. Wheeler, 24 Stanley Road, Oxford. 

1367 Private T. Williamson, No. 5 Moss Road, Tain. 

1733 Private P. Williamson, Meikle Daan, Edderton. 

2558 Private B. Wooding, Bedford Road, Stoysden, Beds. 



D COMPANY. 

Non-Commissioned Officers and Men. 

t381 Sergt. -Major J. Campbell, carpenter, Hawthorn Cottage, 

Maryburgh. 
t444 Sergt. J. Mackenzie, joiner, Maryburgh. 
f2320 Sergt. J. M. Gordon, painter, Lome Place, Dingwall. 
t2425 Sergt. A. Davidson, tailor, Church Street, Dingwall. 

t90 Gorpl. A. Macmillan, painter, Argyle Street, Ullapool. 
f2361 Coirpl. R. Cameron, boots, 5 Mansefield, Dingwall. 

2524 Sergt. D. Morrison, 7 Lower Shader, Stornoway. 
2551 Corpl. J. Macpherson, clerk, Opinan, Gairloch. 

*728 Corpl. A. Ross, road contractor, East End, Invergordon. 
2939 Lance-Oorpl. M. Cameron, tailor, 22 Wallace Grove Place, 
Glasgo w . 

2525 Lance-Corpl. J. Murray, fisherman, 71 North Toilsta, Stor- 

noway. 
*486 Sergt. H. Mackenzie, tailor, Tain. 
2576 Ptei. T. Agnew, 6 Barnley Read, Barrhead. 
3026 Pte. R. G. Annand, draper, 89 Land Street, Keith. 
3038 Pte. G. Allan, dairyman, Kinnahaird, Strathpeffer. 
3037 Pte. A. Bannerman, farm servant, Shandwick, Nigg Station. 
2943 Pte>. R. Baird, sheet iron works, Fereneze Cottage, Calibar 

Road, Barrhead. 
2978 Pte. R. Beckett, h»am curing, 63 Kelburn Street, Barrhead. 

2997 Pte. J. Bisset, 8 May Court, Inverness. 

2581 Pte. H. Brown, boilermaker, 36 Calibar Road, Barrhead. 

2588 Pte, J. C. M, Campbeill, clerk, Falcon's Cliff, Dornie, Kyle. 

2998 Pte. J. Campbell, tailor, Moireifield, Ullapool. 
2996 Pte. G. Campbell, Glenburn, Achterneed. 

2553 Pte. W. Campbell, farm servant, 110 Church St., Inverness. 
2995 Pte. L. M. Campbell, Glenburn, Achterneed. 
2545 Pte. D. Chisholm, fisherman, 29 Gravir, Lochs, Stornoway. 
2972 Pte. J. Clelland, baker, 84 Barrowneld Street, Glasgow. 

2589 Pte. H. Clyne, frame cutter, 4 Glebe Street. Inverness. 
2988 Ptei. J. Cowler, miner, 27 Ferguson's Buildings, Ligihtburn 

Road, Halnvay, Cambuslang. 
2948 Pte. D. Darling, forester, High Street, Alness. 



D Coy.— Continued 

2953 Pte. D. Davidson, grocer, 7 Davie© Square, Inverness. 
2539 Lance-Corpi. T. Fraser, fitter, 8 Duncradg Street, Inverness. 
2947 Pte. W. Fraser, farm servant, Teaninich, Alness. 

2970 Pte. H. Fraser, house boy, Naast, Poolewe. 

2979 Pte. R. Fraser, farm servant, 73 Huntly Street, Inverness. 
2984 Pte. G. Fraser, 11 Harla,w Street, Port Dundais, Glasgow. 
2994 Pte. J. Fraser, printer, 7 Duff Street, Inverness. 

2991 Pte. F. Falconer, grocer, Victoria Buildings, Greig Street, 

Inverness. 
3123 Pte. J. Fraser, 19 Queen Street, Inverness. 
2934 Pte. D. Gillies, fisherman, 39 Harbour Street, Plockton. 
2933 Pte. D. Grant, shop assistant., Dornie, Kyle. 
3027 Quartermaster-Sergeant W. Grant, clerk, Cromwell Row, 

Dingwall. 
2983 Pte, A. Graham, grocer, 115 Glebe Street, Glasgow. 
3129 Pte. J. Goodall, Fodderty Farm, Dingwall. 
2938 Pte. J. Higgins, miner, 48 Sandbed Street, Kilmarnock. 
2977 Pte. T. Henderson, turner, 30 1 Laverock Hall St., Springburn 
3044 Boy M. Heffernan, 15 Church Street, Dingwall. 

2975 Pte. P. Kerr, 40 Florence Street, Glasgow. 

2550 Lance-Corpl. W. Lindsay, grocer, Glebe St. East, Kilbride. 

2586 Pte. D. Livingstone, Sallachy, Ardelve, Kylei. 

2981 Pte. A. Martin, baker, 575 Argyle Street, Glasgow. 

2971 Pte. J. Marsh, 326 Duke Street, Dennistoun, Glasgow. 

2945 Pte. A. Main, mason, Birch Cottage, Pilmuir, Forres. 

3039 Pte. A. Milne, 2 Madras Street, Inverness. 

3040 Pte. W. Miller, Shandwick Mains, Nigg Station. 
3023 Ptei. J. Moir, 30 Jedburgh Avenue, Rutherglen. 

2547 Pte. H. Morrison, baker, 26 May Court, Inverness. 

2584 Pte. D. Matbeson, East End, Kirkton, Lochallsh. 

2587 Pte. R. Morrison, gamekeeper, Balnacraig, Alness, 

3133 Pte. J. Murray, 3 Borve, Barvas, Stornowav. 

2548 Pte. P. S. Mun.ro, Chapel Hill, Portmahomack. 
2522 Pte. A. Maeaulay, carter, 24 Branahive, Stornowav. 

2573 Pte. D. McCready, 3 Gladstone Avenue, Barrhead. 

2574 Pte. W. McCready, labourer, 27 Barvas Street, Barrhead. 
2952 Pte. A. Macculloch, ploughman, Conon Mains, Conon-Bridge 
2974 Pte. J. Maccallum, sawmiller, 3 Comely Park Place, Gallow- 

gate, Glasgow. 

2992 Pte. J. McCalman, Balmacara,, Kyle. 

3128 Pte. N. McOrumnon, 18 East Street, South-side, Glasgow. 
2944 Pte. J. McCormick, 4 Mary well Street, Barrhead. 
2578 Pte. A. Macdonald, 18 Francis Street, Dornie, Kyle. 

2946 Pte. A. M. Macdonaid, civil engineer, Craig Road, Dingwall. 

2976 Pte. M. Macdonald. clerk, 78 Blackburn Street, Glasgow. 
2987 Pte. W. Macdonadd, polisher, 127 Johnson Terrace, Carron 

Road, Falkirk. 
3025 Pte. D. Macdonald, bank clerk, Gowanfield, Muir of Ord. 

2585 Pte. J. Macdonald, Achtertyre, Lochalsh. 

3134 Pte. N. Macdonald, 31 Swanibost, Ness, Lewis. 

3135 Pte. M. Macdonald, 10 Upper Baiyble Point, Stornowav. 

walll. 
2526 Pte. A. Maciver, fisherman, 14 North T'olsta-, Stornowav. 

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D Coy. — Continued 

2552 Pte. A. Macintyre, fitter, 110 Church Street, Inverness. 
3122 Pre. A. Macdonald, shop assistant, 13 Breasclete, Bernera, 
Stornoway. 

3130 Pte. E. Mackenzie, shop assistant, Roseneath, Greig Street, 
Inverness. 

3127 Pte. J. Mackenzie, Francis Villa, Straithpeffer. 
2966 Pte. S. Mackenzie, Rhejrivich, Loohbroom. 
2941 Pte. H. Mackenzie, Market Street, Ullapool. 

2999 Pte. W. Mackenzie, sailor, 17 Pulteney Street, Ullapool. 

3000 LancehCorpL D. Mackenzie, mason, Point Street, UllapooL 

3035 Pte. G. R. Mackenzie, mason, Jemimaville, Povntzfield P.O. 

3028 Pte. R. Mackechnie, clerk, Clephanton, Gollanfield. 
2546 Pte;. J. Mackay, fisherman, 28 Gravir, Lochs, Stornoway. 
2572 Pte. J. Mackay, ploughman, Crakaig, Lotih, Sutherlandshire. 
2549 Pte. D. Mackay, blacksmith, 4 South Opinan, Gairloch. 
2591 Pte. F. Mackay, Carndhu, Dornie, Kyle. 

3041 Pte. W. Mackav, farm servant, 48 Rose Streeit, Inverness. 

3131 Pte. C. Maeleod, 48 Swanibost, Ness, Lewis. 

3132 Pte. J. Maclean, 52 Keith Street, Stornoway. 

3125 Pte. M. Maeleod, Teanaissie, Beauly. 

3126 Pte. A. Maclennan. 
2579 Pte. J. Macmahon, labourer, 7 Robertson Street, Barrhead. 

2964 Pte. J. Macmillan. 

3032 Pte. J. H. Maclennan, gardener, Timaru House, Strath- 
peffer. 

2937 Pte. M. Maclennan, waiter, Wester Alligan, Torridon. 
2932 Pte. G. Maoiennan, farm servant, Easter Urrav, Muir 

of Ord. 
2951 Pte. D. Maclean, farm servant, Drummondreach, Conon. 
3136 Pte. D. Mackay, farm servant, Wester Teaninich, Evanton. 
2936 Pte. K. Maeleod, bank clerk, Balivanich, Benbeculla. 
2940 Pte. J. Maeleod, seaman, Point Street, Ullapool. 

2965 Pte. H. Maeleod, ploughman, Quay Street, Ullapool. 
2990 Pte. D. Maeleod, boots, 12 Pulteney Street, Ullapooil. 

3036 Ptei. W. Maeleod, shepherd, Kinnahaird, Strathpeffer. 

3042 Pte. J. Maeleod, timekeeper, Cromarty Ferry, Nigg. 
2572 Pte. J. Macritchie, fisherman, 5 Upper Bayble, Stornoway. 
2577 Pte. J. F. Macrae, 14 Mary's Street, Dornie, Kyle. 
2931 Pte. J. Macrae, ghillie, 2 Caroline Street, Dornie, Kyle. 
2969 Pte. D. Macrae, Morvich, Kintail, Kyle. 
2954 Pte. A. G. M. D. Macrae', baker, 14 Napier St., Auckland, 

New Zealand. 

3033 Pte. D. Macrae, ploughman, Brae of Dunvornie, Conon. 

3034 Pte. C. A. Macrae, farm servant, Rhives Farm, Munlochy. 
2935 Pte. D. Nicolson, Kyleakin, Skye. 

2950 Pte. D. Paterson, A.B. seaman, Academy St., Fortrose. 
2993 Pte. W. Pratt, 32 King Street, Inverness. 
2949 Pte. H. Proudfoot, 36 King Street, Inverness. 

3043 Pte. T. Primrose, Alma Cottage, Dingwall. 
2513 Pte). J. Ross, grocer, Edderton Cottage, Dingwall. 
3001 Pte'. J. Rodgers, waiter, 185 Glebe Street, Glasgow. 

3029 Pte. W. Robertson, seedsman, 12 Duff Street, Inverness. 
3124 Pte. D. Robertson, Factory Buildings, Avoch. 

85 



D Coy. — Continued 

2985 Pte. R. Sharp, brass polisher, 13 Fir Street, Falkirk. 

2523 Lance-Corpl. D. Smith, fisherman, 56 North Tolsta, Stor- 

noway. 
2989 Pte 1 . J. Stewart, gamekeeper, Argyle Street, Ullapool. 
2575 Pte. M. Stewart, fishbuyer, fish salesman, Kyle. 

2582 Pte. R. Sutherland, tailor, c/o Macrae, Rosemarkiet. 

2583 Pte'. A. Sutherland, Easter Kinkeftl, Cbnon-Bridge. 
2973 Pte. G. Swan, labourer, 7 Oomely Park Place, Glasgow . 

2986 Pte. J. Taylor, 15 Bryson Street, Falkirk. 
2942 Pte. T. Tuites, Glentoran, Caldercruix. 

2554 Pte. J. Wilson, labourer, Back Street, Maryburgh, Dingwall 
Invergorden. 

3030 Pte. J. P. Young, labourer, 2 Gladstone Place, Harrowden 

Road, Inverness. 

3031 Young, T' v sawmiller, 2 Gladstone Place, Harrowden Rd., do. 

wood. 

3214 Pte. A. Sinclair, insurance agent, 4 Ussie Place, Dingwall. 

3237 Pte. S. MacdonaM, West Terrace, Ullapool. 

3215 Pte. D. Raansa,v,Kinellan, Stratnpeffer. 

3238 Pte. J. Tocher, Biairmore, Nairn. 

3273 Pte. C. J. Patience, Balvattie, Muir of Ord. 

3274 Pte. M. Macleoid, 20 Garenin, Carloway. 

3239 Pte. S. O. Maclennan, Banchory, Aberdeenshire. 

3275 Pte. H. Mackenzie, 9 Bank Street, Stornoway. 

Pte. W. Will, engine cleaner, 5 Hill Street, Dingwall 1 . 
Pte. A. Macbean, clerk, Wilson Cottage, Lhanbryde. 
Pte. D. Hope, Achmagarron, Invergorden. 

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34th SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS 



The 3/4th Seaforths, in its main purpose, is intended to be 
stationed at Headquarters 1 at Dingwall to recruit men, train them, 
and Ml up gaps in the l/4th and 2/4th Seaforths, as they oc*ur. 
At the beginning of May, 1915, a considerable nucleus for the 
Battalion was undergoing training. 

Officers. 

Colonel 0. S. Smyth, D.S.O., Bedford. 

Quartermaster and Hon. Lieut. D. Gair, 16 Church St., Dingwall. 

Lieutenant M. Mackenzie, Ullapool. 

Second-Lieut. Alexander Brcdie, Rotaru, Canon-Bridge. 

Second-Lieutenant Angus A. G. Macdonald, Craig Road, Dingwall. 

Se«ond-Lieutenant J. A. Ross, Glasgow. 

Non-Commissioned Officers and Men. 

*;884 Sergt. J. Gardiner, Church Street, Dingwall. 

*1009 Corpl. R. Johnstone, Hawthorn Cottage, Alness. 

*1432 Corpl. W. Murray, 4 Gilchrist. Square, Dornoch. 

*1086 Lance-Cotrpfl. W. Paterson, grocer, Academy St., Fortrose. 

*1787 Lance-COrpl. W. Sutherland, Oonon Bank, Kinkell, Conon. 

*2004 Pte. G. K. Burnham, Nut Hall, Cranbrook Common, Kent. 

*1716 Pte. K. Campbell, Balconie Street, Evanton. 

*1923 Pte. J. Duncan, hairdresser, Back Street, Alness. 

*1957 Pte. G. Elphinstone, West Clyne, Brora. 

*1672 Pte. H. J. Fraser, draper, Easter Kinkell, Canon-Bridge. 

*1657 Pte. W. Forsyth, farm servant, Redfield, Allangrange. 

*1952 Pte. R. Munra. 

*1568 Pte. W. Munro, 13 Dock, Avoch, Ross-shire. 

*1976 Pte. E. F. Macgregor, clerk, Station Road, Evanton. 

* 1,423 Pte. R. Macgregor, grocer, Ward Cottage, Burnside, Ding- 

*1794 Pte. W. McStephen, farm servant, 17 Dock, Avoch. 

*2255 Pte. A. Sharp, Culross, Favgate. 

*1902 Pte. R. Stoker, 172 Watt Street, Glasgow. 

*1193 Pte. S. Rcss, wood carter, Woodside Cottage, Blackmine, 

*2117 Pte. S. G. Young, clerk, 19 Portland Park Mansions, Crickle- 

*1877 Pte. Macfarlane. 

*1737 Pte. D. Maclennan, Birchwood, Bunchrew. 

*871 Sergt. J. Mackenzie, tailor, Barracks, Dingwall. 
*1854 Pte. N. McSwade, George Street, Dingwall. 
*2214 Pte. R. K. Lochhead, 6 Kingsgate, Dowanhill, Glasgow. 



3/4th Seaforth Highlanders— Continued. 

*1904 Pte. K. Munro, 5 Gower Street, Tain. 
*2389 Pte. H. Maclean, Balnakyle, Munloehy. 
*1415 Pte. A. Madleod, Achintoul, Al L as, Rosehall. 
*1621 Pte. J. Macphail, Toillie of Brahan, Conon. 

* Rejoined from Expeditionary Force 1 . 

As this list is passing through the Press (1st May, 1915), the 
number of men rejoined Headquarters from the Expeditionary 
Force has been largely increased, while a> very considerable num- 
ber of new recruits has been enlisted. 

•&* 



ADMINISTRATIVE CENTRE— 4th SEAFORTHS. 



The Administrative Centre is staitioned at the permanent Head- 
quarters of the Regiment at Dingwall. Under command of Capt. 
Forbes, Muir of Ord, it is made up of various details. 



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ROSS (MOUNTAIN) BATTERY. 



NOMINAL ROLL OF OFFICERS, N.C.O.'s AND MEN. 



This Battery forms part of the 4th Highland Mountain Brigade, 
R.G.A. It was mobilised early in August, and after completing 
equipment proceeded to its war station in Bedford about the middle 
of August, where it remained training, and, having been refitted 
and equipped, left tioi join the British Mediterranean Expeditionary 
Force in March. There' were several changes effected in the per- 
sonnel of both officers and men who' left for the front with the 
Battery. 

OFFICERS. 

Major Bryce Allan, Commanding Officer ^ Aros Estate, Tobermory. 

Captain Thomas Nicolson, bookseller, Stornoway. 

Lieutenant Donald R. G. Sutherland. 

Lieutenant Alexander Morrison., hotelkeeper, Lochcarron. 

Second-Lieutenant Greenlees. 

N.C.O.'s and MEN. 

6421 B.S.M. J. Holdswortb, Instructor, Drill Hall, Stornoway. 

11206 Sergeant P. O'Leary, Instructor, Drill Hall, Lochcarron. 

4022 B.S.M. A. Mackenzie, clothier, Lochcarron. 

4204 Q.M.S. W. J. Campbell, joiner, Stornoway. 

4003 S.SL Farrier F. Murchison, blacksmith, Lochcarron. 

4202 Sergeant D. Afrin, joiner, Stornoway. 

4206 Sergeant A. Murray, blacksmith, Stornoway. 

4009 St. -Wheeler R. Macrae, carpenter, Ardneaskan, Lochcarron. 

4122 St.-Saddler H. D. Masters, saddler, Dingwall. 

4212 Sergt. M. Kennedy, shop assistant, Stornoway. 

4216 Sergt. N. Mackay, shop assistant, Stornoway. 

4852 Sergt. W. McCully, R.G.A. , London. 

4259 Sergt. A. Matheson, student, Tong, Stornoway. 

4265 Sergt. J. Macdonald, student, Uig, Stornoway. 

4086 Sergt. M. Mackenzie, cattleman, Applecross. 

4111 Corporal J. D. Macrae, bank accountant, Erbusaig, Kyle. 

4099 Corporal A. Maclennan, ploughman, Applecross. 

4134 Corporal N. Macpherson, P.O. clerk, Kyleakin, Skye. 

4208 Corporal D. Macleod, baker, Stornoway. 

4253 Corporal J. Macmillan, shop assistant, Stornoway. 

4280 Corporal S.S. A. Mackenzie, blacksmith 1 , Stornoway. 

4263 Corporal A. Macmillan, baker, Stornoway. 

4363 Corporal A. M. Macleod, watchmaker, Stornoway. 

89 



Ross (Mountain) Battery — Continued. 

4332 Corporal M. Macewan, student, Stornoway. 
4190 Corporal F. Macrae, butcher, Duirinish, Kyle. 

4033 Corporal D. K. Murchison, crofter, Kishorn, Lochcarron. 
4351 Corporal S.S. J. Macfarquhar, blacksmith, Stornoway. 
4131 Corporal-Wheeler J. Mackenzie, joiner, Applecross. 
4338 Corporal-Saddler A. Johnson, saddler, Stornoway. 

4211 Bombardier C. S. Mackenzie, clerk, Stornoway. 
Bombardier A. J. Macleod, student, Stornoway. 
4306 Bombardier A. Thomson, shop assistant, Stornoway. 
4319 Bombardier A. A. Mackenzie, shop assistant, Stornoway. 
4226 Bombardier J. Macdonald, student, Coll, Stornoway. 
4840 Bombardier A. M. Mackenzie, clerk, Stornoway. 
4007 Bombardier A. Murchison, bank teller, Pitlochry. 
4850 Acting Bombardier D. Mackay, clerk, Stornoway. 
4135 Acting Bombardier A. Mackinnon, barman, Sheffield. 
4315 Acting Bombardier D. Maclean, clerk, Stornoway. 
4258 Acting Bombardier M. Murray, student, Stornoway. 
4305 Acting Bombardier M. Macaulay, student, Stornoway. 

4034 Acting Bom. L. J. Murchison, crofter, Achintee, Lochcarron. 
4246 Acting Bombardier G. Montgomery, student, Stornoway. 
4244 Acting Bombardier M. Morison, baker, Stornoway. 

4292 Driver A. Buchanan, tailor, Stornoway. 
4373 Gunner D. A. Campbell, shop assistant, Stornoway. 
4385 Gunner W. Campbell, shop assistant, Stornoway. 
4288 Driver W. Campbell, student, Stornoway. 

4382 Driver D. Campbell, student, Stornoway. 

4237 Driver Wh. D. Finlayson, blacksmith, Stornoway. 

4064 Gunner D. Finlayson, fisherman, Kishorn, Lochcarron. 

4083 Gunner R. Finlayson, crofter, Kishorn. 

4189 Gunner T. Fraser, ploughman, Tullidhi, Lochcarron. 

4002 Gunner D. B. Fraser, crofter, Kishorn. 

4287 Gunner J. Graham, engineer, Sandwick, Stornoway. 

4383 Driver M. Graham, sawyer, Stornoway. 

4193 Gunner M. Gordon, estate workman, Duirinish, Kyle. 

4815 Driver A. Jacjs, crofter, Erbusaig, Kyle. 

4365 Gunner M. Kennedy, student, Stornoway. 

4836 Driver R. Kennedy, joiner, Applecross. 

4844 Driver W. Lemon, Dingwall. 

4389 Gunner D. W. Macarthur, student, Stornoway. 

4387 Driver D. Macaskill, student, Stornaway. 

4329 Gunner A. Macaulay, student, Stornoway. 

4401 Driver M. Macaulay, student, Stornoway. 

4035 Gunner J. Macdonald, crofter, Strathcarron. 
4183 Shoeing Smith G. Macdonald, smith, Lochcarron. 
4150 Driver M. Macdonald, crofter, Lochcarron. 

4176 Driver M. Macdonald, baker, Applecross. 

4323 Driver A. Macdonald, student, Stornoway. 

4337 Driver D. Macdonald, painter, Stornoway. 

4376 Driver H. Macdonald, student, Stornoway. 

4313 Gunner D.J. Macdonald, student, Carloway. 

4325 Gunner K. Macdonald, student, Stornoway. 

4404 Shoeing Smith A. Macdonalld, shoeing smith, Garrabost, do. 

90 






Ross (Mountain) Battery — Continued. 

4290 Driver A. Macdonald, bank clerk, Stornoway. 
4318 Driver K. Macdonald, engineer, Stornoway. 
4321 Gunner N. Macdonald, student, Stornoway. 
4336 Driver K. Macdonald, shop assistant, Stornoway. 
4359 Driver D. M. Macdonald, labourer, Stornoway. 
4403 Gunner J. Macdonald, clothier, Stornoway. 
4834 Driver F. Macdonald, postman, Lochcarron. 
4312 Saddler J. Macgregor, shoemaker, Stornoway. 

4193 Driver K. Macintosh, crofter, Craig, Plockton. 
4328 Driver D. Maciver, crofter, Swordale, Stornoway. 
4377 Driver M. Maciver, student, Stornoway. 

4380 Gunner J. A. Maciver, student, Stornoway. 

4381 Driver N. Maciver, joiner, Laxdale, Stornoway. 
4399 Driver J. Maciver, shop assistant, Stornoway. 
4394 Gunner K. Maciver, student, Stornoway. 

4194 Gunner D. Maeinnes, butcher, Duirinish, Kyle- 
4845 Gunner R. Maeinnes, farm labourer, Black Isle. 

4829 Driver L. Mackay, crofter, Lochcarron. 
4331 Driver D. Mackay, student, Stornoway. 
4361 Gunner J. Mackay, student, Stornoway. 
4369 Gunner D. Mackay, student, Stornoway. 
4282 Gunner D. F. Mackenzie, postman, Inverness. 
4341 Gunner J. Mackenzie, crofter, Knock, Stornoway. 
4379 Gunner M. Mackenziei, student, Stornoway. 

4394 Driver M. Mackenzie, student, Stornoway. 
4177 Driver A. Mackenzie, student, Applecross. 
4185 Driver D. Mackenziei, gillie, Cairndhu, Dornie, Kyle. 

4169 Gunner H. Mackenzie, labourer, Lochcarron. 

4023 Gunner K. Mackenzie, crofter, Kishorn, Lochcarron, 
4124 Gunner L. J. Mackenzie, crofter, Lochcarron. 

4170 Driver R. Mackenzie, crofter, Lochcarron. 
4132 Driver F. Mackenzie, crofter, Lochcarron. 
4816 Driver W. Mackenzie, crofter, Applecross. 
4808 Driver N. Mackenzie, crofter, Lochcarron. 

4832 Driver N. Mackenzie, carpenter, Lochcarron. 

4833 Driver J. Mackenzie, Applecross. 

4839 Gunner J. R. Mackenzie, army pensioner, Dingwall. 
4841 Driver W. Mackenzie, gardener, Tulloch, Dingwall. 
4179 Gunner W. Mackinnon, seaman, Applecross. 

4830 Driver W. Maclean, carpenter, Shieldaig, Lochcarron. 
4335 Gunner N. Maclean, student, Stornoway. 

4393 Driver G. D. Macdean, clerk, Stornoway. 

4299 Gunner N. Maclean, baker, Stornoway. 

4339 Gunner R. C. Maclean, baker, Stornoway. 

4812 Driver J. Maclennjan, crofter, Badycaul, Kyle. 

4825 Driver J. Maclennan, crofter, Lochcarron. 

4173 Gunner M. Maclennan, shepherd, Coulags, Lochcarron, 

4S28 Driver J. Maclennan, crofter, Lochcarron. 

4396 Driver A. Maclennan, student, Stornoway. 

4209 Driver D. M. Maclennan, plumber, Stornoway. 

4100 Driver F. Macleod, crofter, Applecross. 

4316 Gunner J. Macleod, tailor, Stornoway. 

91 



Ross (Mountain) Battery— Continued. 

4347 Gunner K. M,acieod, student, Stornoway. 

4371 Gunner D. Macleod, student, Stornoway. 
4375 Gunner M. Macleod, student, Stornoway. 
4390 Gunner I. Macleod, student, Stornoway. 
4267 Driver C. Macleod, student, Stornoway. 

4274 Driver J. A. Macleod, dock labourer, London (Stornoway). 
4322 Driver M. D. Macleod, shop assistant, Stornoway. 

4330 Driver D. Macleod, shop assistant, Stornoway. 
4345 Driver P. Macleod, clerk, Stornoway. 

4352 Gunner K. Macleod, mason, Stornoway. 
4360 Driver J. Macleod, student, Stornoway. 

4296 Driver J. Macleod, student, Stornoway. 

4350 Shoeing Smith J. Macleod, blacksmith, Stornoway. 
4374 Driver* D. Macleod, joiner, Stornoway. 

4372 Gunner P. J. Macleod, student, Stornoway. 
4400 Driver I). Macleod, joiner, Stornoway. 
4395 Driver W. Macleod, vanman, Stornoway. 
4827 Driver J. Macleod, farm servant, Lochcarron. 

4843 Gunner J. G. Macleod, insurance! assistant supt., Dingwall. 
4843 Driver R. Macmillan, student, Stornoway. 

4180 Driver D. Macrae, crofter, Applecross. 
4187 Driver K. Macrae, crofter, Applecross. 
4811 Driver K. Macrae, crofter, Badycaul, Kyle. 
4092 Private D. Macrae, gardener, Ardross. 

4053 Driver J. Macrae, gardener, Kishorn, Lochcarron. 
4835 Driver K. Macrae, barman, Sheffield. 
4849 Gunner R. Macrae, carpenter, Stornoway. 
4398 Driver A. Maori tchie, painter, Stornoway. 

4275 Driver J. Macritchie, student, Stornoway. 

4353 Gunner D. Macritchie, joiner, Stornoway. 
4198 Gunner T. Matheson, crofter, Plockton. 
4113 Wheeler W. Matheson, carpenter, Plockton. 

4366 Driver J. M. Matheson, carter, Stornoway. 
4342 Driver J. Matheson, student, Stornoway. 
4378 Driver D. Matheson, student, Stornoway. 
4384 Driver D. Matheson, student, Stornoway. 
4402 Gunner W. J. Morrison, joiner, Stornoway. 

4386 Gunner A. M. Morrison, insurance agent, Stornoway. 
4388 Driver D. Morrison, student, Stornoway. 
4356 Driver A. Munro, painter, Stornoway. 

4297 Driver W. Murray, barber, Stornoway. 

4181 Driver K. Murchdson, crofter, Applecross. 
4362 Driver A. Nicolson, student, Stornoway. 
4340 Driver M. Nicolson, student, Stornoway. 
4358 Driver J. Nicolson, joiner, Glasgow. 
4311 Driver D. Paterson, student, Stornoway. 

4367 Driver F. Rose, student, Stornoway. 
4027 Gunner C. Renwick, crofter, Kishorn. 

4118 Gunner E. Robertson, Bank of Scotland, London. 

4397 Driver N. J. Smith, student, Stornoway. 

4814 Driver R. Stewart, fish salesman, Kyle. 

4842 Driver H. Wilson, gardener, Tulloch Castle, Dingwall. 

92 



Ross (Mountain) Battery — Continued. 

4869 Driver M. Bixon, London. 

4870 Gunner N. Birchall, London. 

4871 Driver A. E. Brown, London. 

4872 Driver M. V. Bradbury, London. 

4873 Gunner J. Burton, London. 

4874 Driver T. Callis, London. 

4875 Gunner F. M. Coventry, London. 

4876 Gunner S. Craven, London. 

4877 Driver H. Duncan, London. 

4878 Gunner A. A. Golding, London. 

4879 Gunner F. L. Gillies, London. 
4908 Gunner H. M. Hallum, London. 

4880 Gunner R. J. F. Jezzard, London. 

4881 Gunner G. M. Johnstone, London. 

4882 Gunner G. F. Jackson, London. 

4883 Driver E. Lee, London. 

4889 Gunner D. J. Lamb, London. 

4910 Gunner J. A. Laurie, engineer, Dumfries. 

4884 Gunner S. H. Mitchlev, London. 

4885 Driver H. W. Mitchley, London. 
4867 Driver J. Mitchell, London. 

4886 Driver K. R. Mtirison, London. 

4887 Driver F. G. Masters, London. 

4891 Gunner J. W. Maccoll, London. 

4890 Gunner L. Macintyre, London. * 

4892 Driver W. Macleod, Glasgow. 

4888 Gunner J. Nelson, London. 

4893 Driver S. Owen, London. 

4894 Driver F. Pike, London. 

4895 Driver G. F. Reeve, London. 

4896 Gunner J. Robertson, London. 

4897 Gunner P. Ross, London. 

4898 Driver V. Shute, London. 

4899 Gunner G. Strachan, Londom. 

4900 Driver S. Skouse, London. 

4901 Driver S. E. Tovner, London. 

4902 Driver H. Travers, London. 

4903 Driver G. W. Thornhill, London. 

4904 Driver R. V. Upstone, London. 

4905 Driver H. F. Wills, London. 

4906 Driver D. Wilson, London. 

4907 Driver C. Windus, London. 



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Sboond-Lieutenant Murchison, Lochcarron. 



4091 Sergeant-Farrier R. Maclennan, The Smithy, Maryburgh. 

4167 Sergeant H. B. Reid, Invergorden Mains. 

4158 Bombardier G. Macleod, 2 Mill Street, Dingwall. 
4166 Bombardier J. Brown, Burnside, Dingwall. 
4075 Bombardier J. Fraser, 12 Mill Street, Dingwall. 

4862 Gunner J. Beattie, 4 Tulloch Street, Dingwall. 

4852 Gunner J. Beattie, Uplands, Dingwall. 

4856 Driver J. Brown, 13 George Street, Dingwall. 

4857 Driver H. Campbell, Maryburgh. 

4806 Driver D. Dingwall, The Gardens, Novar. 

4153 Gunner A. Finlayson, Maryburgh. 

4164 Driver A. Fraser, Seaview, Dingwall. 
4146 Gunner H. Fraser, Redcastle. 

4154 S.S. D. Gordon, Kiishorn. 

4821 Gunner H. Grigor, CuMicudden. 

4822 Gunner A. Matheson, Cullicudden. 

4807 Gunner J. Menzies, 40 Hill Street, Dingwall. 

4854 Gunner W. Maeculloch, 16 Grant Street, Dingwall. 

4168 Gunner M. Macgregor, Ward Cottage, Burnside, Dingwall. 

4855 Driver D. Macintosh, 4 Crawford Street, Dingwall. 

4823 Driver D. Maoivor, Aultbea. 

4094 Driver M. Mackay, Victoria Lodge, Dingwall. 

4165 Driver T. Mackav, Victoria Lodge, Dingwall. 

4863 Driver W. Maclean, Hill Street, Dingwall. 
4801 Driver C. Maclennan, Tollie of Brahan. 
4817 Gunner Macleod, Loehinver. 

4161 Gunner A. Macwilliam, Drynie Court, Dingwall. 
4803 Saddler D. Reid, 4 Mill Street, Dingwall. 
4163 Driver R. Redd, 4 Mill Street, Dingwall. 

4819 Driver C. Rose, Lcchiel Place, Dingwall. 
4847 Gunner C. P. Smith, The Croft, Dingwall. 
4869 Gunner A. Stewart, Novar. 

4805 Driver G. Urquhart, 21 Mill Street, Dingwall. 

4858 Driver D. Watson, 13 Grant Street, Dingwall. 
4861 Gunner D. M. Watt, Rosemont, Dingwall. 

4820 Driver A. Young, 5 Mill Street, Dingwall. 
4814 Driver J. Young, 5 Mill Street, Dingwall. 

Transferred to Headquarter Staff. 

Lieutenant George Mundell, Munlochy. 
Lieutenant F. Smith, The Academy, Dingwall. 

4853 Trumpeter John Cameron, 4 Blackwells Street, Dingwall. 
4156 Driver D. Mackintosh, Loch Ussie. 

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2/ist ROSS MOUNTAIN BATTERY, R.C.A. 



Major A. Campbell, V.D., Loclicarron. 

Captain J. Maclennan, Kishorn. 

Lieutenant A. E. D. Smith, Dingwall. 

Lieutenant Bruce Reid, New Kelso. 

Lieutenant Charles P. Smith, The> Croft, Dingwall. 

Brigade Sergtl. -Major J. Holdsworth, Stornoway. 

4068 Sergt. K. Macnair, Lochcarron. 

4912 Gunner, A. Watson, Lochcarron. 

4913 Gunner D. Mackay, Lochcarron. 

4914 Gunner E. Mackenzie, Lochoarron. 

4915 Gunner K. B. Macleod, Stornoway. 

4916 Driver S. Nicolson, Stornoway. 

4917 Gunner W. D. Mackenzie, Stornoway. 

4918 Driver C. M. Maclean, Stornoway. 

4919 Driver Win. Maciver, Stornoway. 

4920 Driver A. J. Kerr, Stornoway. 

4921 Gunner M. Maclean, Stornoway. 

4922 Gunner Jas. Maedonald, Lochcarron. 

4923 AVheeler Wm. Mackenzie, Lochcarron. 

4924 Driver D. Maeaulay, Stornoway. 

4925 Gunner M. Mackenzie, Stornoway. 

4926 Gunner L. C. Fletdher, Lochoarron. 

4927 Gunner G. E. Moore, Lochcarron. 

4928 Gunner K. Maciver, Stornoway. 

4929 Driver A. Clarke, Stornoway. 

4930 Driver D. A. Maciver, Stornoway. 

4931 Driver M. Maclean, Stornoway. 

4932 Driver A. Macleod, Stornoway. 

4933 Gunner D. Mackenzie, Stornoway. 

4934 Gunner D. Macaulay, Stornoway. 
4^35 Gunner M. Wilson, Stornoway. 

4936 Gunner S. Mackenzie, Lochcarron. 

4937 Driver K. Macnair, Lochcarron. 

4938 Gunner J. Urquhart, Stornoway. 

4939 Gunner J. S. Morrison, Lochcarron. 

4940 Gunner A. Mackenzie, Lochcarron. 

4941 Gunner D. Maciver, Dingwall. 

4942 Gunner A. D. Smith, Stornoway. 

4943 Driver D. J. Maopherson, Skeabost, Skye. 
4945 Driver H. Maca skill, Stornoway. 

4971 Driver K. L. Bain, Stornoway. 

5022 Gunner M. Graham, Stornoway. 

5018 Gunner Wm. Mackenzie, Lochcarron. 

5020 Gunner K. W. Mackenzie, Lochcarron. 

5023 Gunner Angus Mackay, Strathpefrer. 

5019 Gunner Donald Mackenzie, Lochcarron. 

5021 Driver Alex. Macrae, Lochcarron. 

5024 Gunner John Mac-don aid, Shieldaig. 

5025 Gunner J. D. Matheson, Stornoway. 

5026 Driver J. T. Parker, Stornoway. 

5027 Gunner D. A. Maclean, Stornoway. 
5032 Driver D. Macdonald, Stornoway. 

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ROSS SHIRE 
ROLL OF HONOUR 

(BY PARISHES). 



It has to be noted that in each of the following 
Parish Rolls there has been omitted names of officers 
and men serving with the 4th Seaforths and 4th Reserves, 
and also with the Ross Mountain Battery and Ammuni- 
tion Column. 

Additions and alterations for any subsequent issue 
are invited by the Publisher. 

ALNESS. 

Lovat Scouts — 

Forbes, Jas., Lieutenant, Culcraggie. 
4188 Logan, D., Lance-Corporal, Acharn, Boath. 

Munro-Ferguson, Hector, Major, Assynt House. 
Munro, Win., Trooper, Baddans. 
Maicdonald, D., Sergeant, Lealty Lodge. 
Mackintosh, Alex., Sergeant, Glenglass. 
Macleod, A., Trooper, Lealty. 
Maeleod, G., Trooper, Lealty. 
Urquhart, D., Sergeant, Balavoulin. 

Seaforths (Regulars) — 

Campbell, Thost., Private, Moultavie (killed). 
7576 Douglas, George, Privaite, Comlhill. 

Fraser, Alex., Private. 

Fraser, Hector, Private, Eagle Buildings (killed) . 
570 Mackenzie, Alex., Lance-Oorporal, Ballachraggan. 
577 Mackenzie, Jas., Piper, Ballacihraggan. 
1096 Mackenzie, Grigor, Piper, Ballachraggan. 

Murdoch, Hector, Private, Riverside. 

Ross, Gilbert D., Private, Tighmarie. 
3203 Ross, Thos. D., Lance-Corporal, Tighmarie. 

Swanson, Harry, Private, Fyrish. 

Watson, George, Private, Wester Teaninich. 

Serving with Other Units — 

Cramb, Finlay, Lieutenant, Balnacraig Cottage, 4th Gordons. 
Cramb, Thos., Private, Balnaicraig Cottage, A.S.C. 

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A L N ESS— Continued. 
Dingwall, Donald, Private, Clashnahuiac, H.M.B. 
Grant, Colin, Pte,, Ivy Cottage, CoulhiM, Canadian Contingent. 
Mackay, W. W., Second-Lieutenant, 3rd Seafortfas, 
Munro, Andrew, Private., Westford, Black Watch. 
Munro, Henry, F.C. Stoker, Ashtree Cottage, H.M. Navy. 
Munro, H. A., Sergeant, Ashtree Cottage, R.A.M.C. (wounded). 
Ross 1 , Robert, Lieutenant, 4th Gordons. 

Ross, Donald A., Drummer, Front Street, Australian Contingent. 
Taylor, Private, Deerpark, Novar, R.F.A. 

APPLECROSS. 

4th Cameron Highlanders — 

Mackinnon, Donald, Street, Applecross. 

Seaforths (Regulars) — 

Lucas, Leslie, Milton. 
Murchison, Kenneth, Toscaig. 

AYOCK. 
Lovat Scouts — 

Gray, Jas., Corporail, Drum. 

Mann, Alex., Lance-Corporal, Corraehie. 
1673 Macdonald, John, Serge;ant, Newton. 
3628 Nairne, John, Farrier Sergeant, Killen. 

Seaforths (Regulars) — 

1077 Maclean, Wm., Private, Pitfuir. 
9288 Macleman, Private 1 , High Street. 

Other Units— ' 

5406 Davidson, David, Private, Scottish Horse. 
2-508 Fleming, David, Private, Royal Scots. 
313 Macinnes, Hector, Gunner, R.H.A. 

Mackenzie, Wm., Lee. Surgeon, R.A.M.C. 
8549 Macleman, Benjamin, Sergeant, 2nd Coldstreams. 
7121 Macleman, Alex., Sapper, 1st Royal Engineers. 

Philip, Colin Cameron, Lieut., 2nd Lowland Field Ambul- 
ance, R.A.M.C, formerly The Manse, Avoch. 

Royal Navy Reserve — 

3019 Allison, Alex., 5 Factorv Lane. 
5274 Allison, Thos., 20 Dock. 
5273 Brodie, Wm., 7 Margaret Street. 
2884 Jack, Donald, 54 Henrietta Street. 
2971 Jack, David, 33 High Street, 

2333 Jack, Lewis, 6 James Street. 

2334 Jack, Alex., 9 Margaret Street. 
3003 Jack, John, 47 Henrietta Street. 
2990 Jack, Alex., 17 Dock. 

3022 Jack, Alex., 26 High Street. 



AVOCH— Continued. 

3026 Jack, Jas., 2 George Street. 

3092 Jack, Donald, 28 High Street. 

3119 Jack, Donald, 8 George Street. 

3110 Jack, Donald, 12 Seatawn Cottages. 

2952 Jack, Wm., 11 Margaret Street. 
3018 Jack, David, 5 Factory Lane. 
4917 Jack, Donald, 11 Margaret Street. 
5254 Jack, Donald, 5 Factory Lane. 
5253 Jack, AHex., Factory Buildings. 
5289 Jack, Wm., 49 Henrietta Street. 
2695 Jack, George, 12 Seatown Cottage. 
4186 Macleman, G. W., 10 James Street. 
5465 Mackintosh, Hugh, 21 Dock. 

5481 Maclenian, Donald, 57 Henrietta Street. 
1959 Macleman, Donald, Seaview Street. 
5280 Mackintosh, Wm., 4 John Street. 

2335 Mackintosh, Donald, 43 Henrietta Street. 
2354 Mackintosh, Lewis, 4 James Street. 

3093 Macleman, Donald, Craigview. 

3120 Macleman, David, Rose Street. 
3162 Mackintosh : Hugh, 4 James Street. 
3255 Mackintosh, Alex., 43 Henrietta Street. 
2978 Macleman, John, 22 Dock. 

3000 Macleman, Lewis, 4 John Street. 
2233 Macleman, Wm., 9 Shore Street. 
4093 Patience, Hugh, 1 Margaret Street. 

5479 Patience, George, 3 James Street. 
4529 Patience, Andrew, Henrietta Street. 

5480 Patience, James, 4 James Street. 
4782 Patience, Andrew, 12 Dock. 
5484 Patience, Wm., 30 High Street. 
5522 Patience, A. G., Anna villa. 
4901 Patience, R. G., 4 Factorv Lane. 
2923 Patience, John W., 13 High Street. 
2883 Patience, Wm., 51 Henrietta Street. 
2903 Patience, James, Annavilla. 

3150 Patience, James, 39 Dock. 

3478 Patience, Hugh, 53 Henrietta Street. 

3479 Patience, James, 36 High Street. 
3420 Patience, Wm., 2 New Cottages. 
3589 Patience, James, 3 Margaret Street. 

2336 Patience, Roderick, 12 George Street. 
2356 Patience, John, 8 George Street. 
2373 Patience, George, 48 Henrietta Street. 
2372 Patience, Simon, 30 High Street. 

2996 Patience, DonaUd, 2 New Cottages... 

3121 Patience, Alex., 4 James Street: 

3111 Patience, James, 8 Margaret Street. 
2951 Patience, Daniel, 1 Alexander Street. 

2953 Patience, John, 50 Henrietta Street. 
3188 Patience, John, 12 High Street. 
4657 Patience, Lewis, Dock Cottage. 
4914 Patience, James, 11 James Street. 



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4925 Patience, Wm., 21 High Street. 
5450 Reid, David, 14 Dock. 
4240 Ross, David, Factory Cottages. 
4498 Ross, Donald, 52 Henrietta Street. 

5281 Reid, James, 14 Dock. 

3094 Ross, Donald, 15 Margaret Street. 
3262 Reid, Donald, 31 High Street. 
5464 Ross, James A., 2 James Street. 

5482 Reid, Alex., 1 Rose Street. 

5483 Reid, James, 29 Dock. 

5531 Sutherland, Alex., 1 Factory Lane. 
2873 Sutherland, David, 30 Henrietta Street. 
3180 Skinner, Hugh, 3 John Street. 
4906 Skinner, Alex., 11 Factory Buildings. 
5272 Skinner, David, 35 Dock. 

5282 Skinner, John, 11 Factory Buildings. 
4891 Clark, Alex., Dock Cottage. 

2872 Macleman, Hugh. 36 High Street. 
2917 Reid, John, 31 High Street. 



CONTIN. 

Contin District — 

Emslie, Wm., Trooper, Kinnahaird, Lovat Scouts. 

Fowler, Alex., Trooper, Kinnahaird, Lovat Scouts. 

Fowler, Wm., Trooper, Kinnahaiird, Lovat Scouts. 

Fowler, Kenneth, Driver, Kinnahaird, Royal Engineers. 

Fraser, Donald, Private, Glebe Cottage, Camerons. 

Mason Macfarlane, Carlyon, Capt., Craigdarroch, 7th Hussars. 

Mason Macfarlane, F. Noel, Lieut., Craigdarroch, A.D.O. to 

C.R.A. 
Matheson, Alex., Private, Tarvie, Scots Guards. 
Macleod, J.. Lancet-Corporal, Torachilty, Lovat Scouts. 
Mackenzie, D., Private 1 , Coinrie, Seafcartlns. 
Macnair, Hector, Private, Contin, Scots Guards. 
Ross, Alex., Lance-Corporail, Torachilty. 

Strathconan District — 

Combe, H. S. C, Lieut., Strathconan, Royal Horse Guards. 
Combe, J. F. B., Lieut., Strathconan, 11th Hussars. 
Gordon, Kenneth, Private, Milton, Lovat Scouts. 
Lang, George, Private', Schoiolhouse, Gordons. 
Lumsden, David, Private, Drummonreach, Camerons.. 
Macdonald, A. J., Private, Milton Hill, South African Forces. 
Macdonald, Chas., Dalbreac Farm, Scots Guards. 
Macdonald, Don., Lance-Corpl., Monar, Lovat Scouts. 
Macdonald, Robert, Trooper, Monar, Lovat Scouts. 
Maciver, Alex., Private, Milton, Lovat Scouts. 
Mackenzie, Donald, Sergeant, Bridgend, Scots Guards. 
Mackenzie, Peter, Lance-Corpl. , Dalnacroich, Lovat Scouts. 
Maclennan, George, Sergt., Scardroy, Lovat Scouts. 
Macnaughton, Don., Private, Glenmeanie, Lovat Scouts. 



C N T I N —Continued . 

Macrae, Donald, Private, Milton, Seaforths. 
Murray, George, Private, Glenmeanie, Lovat Scouts. 
Stewart, Don., Private, Milton Hill, New Zealand Contingent. 
Sutherland, Alex., Private, Glenmeanie, Lovat Scouts. 
Wood, Robert, Private, Dalbreae, Lovat Scouts. 

Lochluichart and Garve Districts — 

Cameron, R., Driver, Garve, A.S.C., Mechanical Transport. 

Cameron, Wm., Private, Garve, A.S.C., Mechanical Transport. 

Campbell, R., Private, Ambulance Corps. 

Frakser, Rodk., Private, Strathgarve, R.F.A. 

Fraser, James, Private, Kitchener's Army. 

Gow, Donald, Private, Garve, 7th Seaforths. 

Grant, Wm., Lance-Corporal, Luibfearn, Lovat Scouts. 

Grant, L., Trooper, Strath vaich, Lovat Scouts. 

Grant, Alecs., Private, Gorstan, Camerons. 

Hossack, Sergeant, Garve, 7th Seaforths. 

Macdonald, Angus, Lance-Corporal, Cabuie, Lovat Scouts. 

Mackenzie, Murdoi, Corporal, Badralloch, Lovat Scouts. 

Mackenzie, John, Lance-Corporal, Lochrosque, Camerons. 

Mackenzie, A., Driver, Lochrosque, A.S. Corps. 

Mackenzie, Neil, Private, Strathgarve, R.H.A. 

Mackenzie, Wm., Private, Garve, 7th Seaforths. 

Mackenzie, A., Private, Garve, 7th Seaforths. 

Mackintosh, Kenneth, Private, Lochrosque, Camerons. 

Maclennan, Wm., Trooper, Lochluichart, Lovat Scouts. 

Macleod, Wm., Private, Gorstan, Camerons. 

Macrae, Wm., Trooper, Corriemoillie, Lovat Scouts. 

Murchison, Wm., Trooper, Corriemoillie, Scottish Horse. 

Ross, G., Private, 7th Seaforths. 

Stirling, Major, of Strathgarve, 7th Seaforths. 



CROMARTY- 

Ross, Walter, C.B., Brigadier-General, commanding 1st Seaforth 
and Cameron Territorial Brigade. 

Royal Garrison Artillery (T.F.) — 

Mackenzie, John, Gunner, Farness. 

Finlayson, Wm., Gunner, Forsyth Place, Cromarty. 

Mackenzie, John, Bombardier, Victoria Inn, Cromarty. 

Thomson, Jais., Gunner, Newton. 

Thomson, Don., Gunner, Denny Street, Cromarty. 

Shepherd, John, 62 Church Street, Cromarty. 

Macleod, John, Gunner, Miller Lane, do. 

Gilmour, George, The Mains, do. 

Gilmour, Peter, Gunner, The Mains, do. 

Grant, Robert, Bombardier, 27 High Street, do. 

Maclellan, John, Gunner, 3 Miller Lane, do. 

Macleod, D., Corporal, 1 Miller Lane, do. 

Macleod, W., Gunner, 1 Miller Lane, do. 

BeO, E. C, Gunner, Cromwell Cottage, Ardersier. 

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CROMARTY— Continued. 

Ferguson, R., Gunner, 8 Churcih) Street, Cromarty. 

Ferguson, E., Bombardier, 8 Church Street, do. 

Taylor, D., Bombardier, Rowan Cottage, do. 

Ross, W. J., Gunner, Rowan Cottage, do. 

Munro, D. J., Gunner, Swordale Hill, do. 

Bain, A., Gunner, 1 Church Street, doi. 

Sutherland, W., Gunner, 42 Church Street, do. 

Munro, D., Gunner, Muirton, do. 

Watson, W., Gunner, 66 Big Vennel, do. 

Bain, J. R., Corporal, Newton, Cromarty. 

Young, Alex., Gunner, Rosefarm. 

Young, Don., Gunner, Rosefarni. 

Fra,ser, A., Gunner, Rosefarm. 

Gordon, R., Gunner, Rosefarm. 

Gordon, W., Gunner, Rosefarm. 

Mackenzie, A. D., Gunner, 51 Church Street, Cromarty. 

Malveman, A., Gunner, 7 Church Street, do. 

Bain, A., Corporal, Bumside Cottage, do. 

Maeaulay, R., Gunner, 62 Church Street, do. 

Paterson, D., Gunner, Davidston. do. 

Finlayson, J., Gunner, 40 Shore Street, do. 

Maepherson, D., Gunner, Newton. 

Matheson, D., Gunner, 8 Bank Street, Cromarty. 

Bain, John, Gunner, Newton. 

Munro, D., Sergeant, Davidston. 

Grant, EL, Sergeant, 5 Bank Street, Cromarty. 

Macka.y, J. R., Bombardier, 21 Church Street, do. 

Gregor, R., Sergeant, Eathie Mains. 

Urquhart, A., C.S.M., Jemimaville. 

Beddie, J., Gunner, Jemimaville. 

Shepherd, A., C.I.M.S., 60 Church Street, Cromarty. 

Hardy, C.S.M., Burnsicta Place, Cromarty. 

feill, W., Lieutenant, Allan Square, Cromarty, 
inlay son, S., Bombardier, Forsyth Place, do. 
Fraser, C, Gunner, Navity. 
Munro, T., Gunner, Davidston. 
Mackenzie, J., Bombardier, Church Street, Cromarty. 

Seaforths (Regulars) — 

9360 Skinner, Jas., Private, Fishertown. 
8749 Innes, George, Sergeiant, Rosefarm. 

R.H.A.— 

Davidson, David, Church Street, Cromarty. 
Duncan, James, Church Street, do. 
Mackenzie, Malcolm, Miller Lane, do. 
Macphail, Sergeant, Neils ton. 

Camerons — 

14000 Maclennan, Hugh, Private, 4 Seabank, Cromarty. 

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CROMARTY— Continued. 

Royal Naval Reserve — 

Watson, James, 59 Gordon's Lane, Cromarty. 
Watson, Thosi., 60 Gordon's Lane, do. 
Watson, Alex., 13 Forsyth Place, do. 
Hogg, John, 68 Big Vennel, do. 
Hogg, Robert, 29 Gordon's Lane, do. 
Hogg, Donald, 62 Gordon's Lane, do. 
Hogg, Jas., 3 Links, do. 
Finlayson, John, 3 Links, do. 
Finlayson, Alex., 4 Braehead, do. 
Skinner, Robert, 91 Little Vennel, do. 
Skinner, Andrew, 76 Big Vennel, do. 
Watson, Jas., 44 Seabanks, do. 
Watson, Thois., 74 Big Vennel, do. 
Watson, Thos., 69 Big Vennel, do. 
Watson, John, 54 Shore Street, do. 
Skinner, Andrew, 91 Little Vennel, do. 
Brindle, John, Church Street, do. 
Hogg, Wm., Little Vennel, do. 
Watson, Jas., 1 Braehead. 



DINGWALL. 

Rain, Sergeant Lachlan, Dochcairty, 2nd Seaforths (wounded). 

jSethune, Pte. John, Grant Street, Scots Guards. 

Beaton, Private D., 12 Mill Street, 7th Seaforths. 

Boai, Corporal A. M., Mansfield, 9th Lancers. 

Broadfoot, Dr, Castle Street, R.A.M.C. 

Campbell, Private, Grant Street, 2nd Seaforths. 

Clark, Pte., A., 12 George Street, Argyll and Sutherland Highs. 

Cameron, W., 2 Hill Street, Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

Davidson, Private W., Pavilion Buildings, R.A.M.C. 

Dempster, Private John, 4 Hill Terrace, Scots Greys. 

Dempster, Gunner Chaist., 4 Hill Terrace, R.H.A. 

Douglas, Gunner John, Camisky Place, Roy ad. Navy. 

Frew, Sergeant J. R., Sunnybolm, National Reserve. 

Frew, Lieutenant G. R., of Dingwall, Royal Navy. 

Finlayson, Private D., plasterer, Canadians. 

Finlayson, Lieutenant R., Marsule, H.L.I. 

Fowler, Private A. G., George' Street, South Africans. 

Fraser, Armourer-Sergt. John, Warden Street, R.S. Fusiliers. 

Fraser, Private Hugh, Ormidale Place., Canadians. 

Fraiser, Private Wm., Burn Place', Canadians. 

Fraser, Gunner Wm., 12 Mill Street, R.F.A. 

Fraser, Corporal J., Ormidale Place, A.S.C. 

Fraser, Private Alex., Burnside, 1st Seaforths. 

Grigor, Corporal H. A., Bridaig Park, Lovat Scouts. 

Hay, Captain Tom, Greenhill House, Transports. 

Henry, Bombardier George, Bridaig Avenue, R.H.A. (T.) 

Heffernan, Sergeant P., Church Street, Staff, Fort-George. 

Hornsby, Wm. (late Dingwall), New Zealand Contingent. 

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D I N G W A L L— Continued . 

Junor, Ptei. D., Achterneed, South Africans. 

Lawless, Private John, 5 Grant Street, 3rd Seaforths. 

Maccaskiil, Private R., Victoria Place, Soots Greys. 

Maedonaikl, Lieut. Victor, Craig Road, Gordons. 

Macdonald, Sergeant John, Leopold Place, Staff, Fort-George. 

Macdonald, Private: John, Grant Street, H.L.I. 

Macdonald, Private Wm., Maegregor's Court, National Reserve. 

Macdonald, Sergeant Don., Tulloch Lodge, 2nd Seaforths. 

Macdonald, Lance-Gorpl. Wm,, Nicol's Court, 2nd Seaforths (8018) 

Macdonald, Private D., Warden Street, 2nd Seaforths. 

MacdonaJd, Private R., Ormidale Place, Canadians. 

Macdonald, Pte. John Grant, H.L.I. 

Macdonald, Murdo, Clares Place', Royal Navy. 

Maicgillivray, Private Wm., 9 George Street, National Reserve. 

Mackay, Corporal John, Hazel Bank, A.S.C. 

Mackay, Sergeant Hector, Trinity Buildings, 10th Seaforths. 

Mackenzie, Trooper K., 2 Church Street, Lovat Scouts. 

Mackenzie, Lieut. Alex., Crawford Street, 2nd Bt. Transvaal 
Scottish, South Africa. 

Mackenzie, Hector, Knoekbain Farm, Royal Navy. 

Mackenzie, Private Murdoch , George Street, 1st Camerons. 

Mackenzie, Private James, Church Street, 7th Seaforths . 

Mackenzie, Driver Kenneth, 9 Nicol's Court, A.S.C. 

Mackinnon, Private Neil, Grant Street, 3rd Seaforths. 

Maekinnon, Private John, Grant Street, Army Service Corps. 

Mackintosh, Private Angus, 4 Crawford Street, Scots Guards. 

Mackintosh, Corporal David, Macgregor's Court, 10th Canadians.. 

Maclennan, Quartermaster-Sergt. H. A., High Street, 1st Came- 
rons (wounded and a prisoner). 

Maclennan, Alex., Grant Street, R.F.A. 

Maclennan, Private Jack, Motor Transports. 

Maclennan, D., 9 Victoria Place, Australians. 

Maclennan, Private R., 9 Victoria Place, 7th Seaforths. 

Maolenman, Private W. Bruce, Grant Street, Seaforths. 

Maclean, W. A., Teanacrae, Craig Road, 7th Seaforths. 

Maeleod, Private John, 2 Mill Street, Canadians. 

Maeleod, Private Angus, Albert Place, Seaforths. 

Macpherson, Captain R. (M.B.), E.C. Manse. 

Macpherson, Lieutenant, B.C. Manse, Canadians. 

Macpherson, Private Wm., 7 Church Street, 3rd Seaforths. 

Martin, Trumpeter D. R., 4 Cromwell Row, R.H.A. 

Meikle, Private John, George Street, 1st Camerons. 

Meikle, Private George, 1st Camerons. 

Munro, Lieut. Ronald, Mayfield, 3/7th Black Watch. 

Munro, Private D., Grant Street, Canadians. 

Munro, Sergeant D., Mayfield, R.A. 

Munro, Lieut, and Qr. -Master D., Nicol's Court, 2nd Seaforths. 

Morrison, Corporal J., Alma Cottage, 1st Life Guards. 

Morrison, Private Wm., 2nd Scots Guards. 

Reid, Private Dan., Nicol's Court, 9th Seaforths (Pioneers). 

Riaoh, Major Wm. (M.D.), Achany Road, R.A.M.C. 

Ridge, Sergeant Murdo, Warden Street, Canadians.. 

Ridge, Private Edward, Hill Street, Camerons. 

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D I N G W A L L— Continued. 

Robertson, Private 1 Wm., Bridaig, Camerons. 

Ross, Hen. Lieut, and Qr. -Master Thomas, 2nd Scots Guards. 

Boss, Captain John, Kempfiefld Court, South Africans. 

Ross, Lieut. Andrew, Kempfield Court, South Africans. 

Ross, Private James, Kempfield Court, South Africans. 

Ross, Privaite Kenneth, Kempfield Court, Seaforth Highlanders. 

Ross, Corporal Duncan, Kempfield Court, Canadians. 

Ross, Private James, Cromwell Row, Canadians. 

Sinclair, Private John, A thole Court, R.A.M.C. 

Shaw, Corporal D., Heriot Monnt, A.S.C. 

Skinner, Sergeant A., Mansfield, Camerons. 

Souter, Corporal Alex., Drynie Farm, South Africans (wounded). 

Stenhouse, Robert, Grant Street, Royal Navy. 

Tolmie, Private Wm., Craig Road, South Africans. 

Thomson, Private Thos., Clare Place, Seaforths. 

Treasurer, Private Wm., Camisky Place, National Reserve. 

Urquhart, Private John, Macgregor's Court, R.A.M.C. 

Wemyss, W., Warden Street, Canadian Mounted Rifles. 

EDDERTON. 

Lovat Scouts — 

Cameron, Trooper Alex. 
Christie, Trooper Wm. 
Fraser, Farrier-Sergeant Wm. 
Munro, Trooper Adami. 
Mackay, Trooper George. 
Macrae, Trooper Donald. 
Ross, Trooper Dryden. 
Sim, Lance-COrporal Wm. 
Sutherland, Sergeant Wm. 

Other Units — 

Brooke, Lieutenant R. W., Yorkshire* Dragoons. 

Calder, Private George, A.S.C. 

Gunn, Sergeant John, Camerons. 

Hamilton, Private Alex., Scots Guards. 

Moore, Private Wm., Sea Scouts. 

Maeaskill, Private Marcus, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Maogregcr, Private Alex., Black Watch. 

Maclean, Private Hugh, Kitchener's Army. 

Maoleod, Private Alex., Kitchener's Armv. 

Mackay, Private Donald, R.F.A. 

Macneilil, Private Alex., Canadian Contingent. 

Macrae, Private Donald A., Scottish Horse. 

Paterson, Private Kenneth, R.F.A. 

Roiss, John, H.M. Navy. 

FEARN. 

Royal Naval Reserve — 

Balfour, Walter, insurance agent. 
Mitchell, David, 6 Hugh Street. 
Macangus, Donald, 8 Lady Street, Hilton. 

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FEAR N — Continued . 

Macangus, John, 13 Lady, Street, Hilton. 

Macangus, Wm, (M,acdonald) , Hilton. 

Macangus, Wm., Shore Street. 

Macangus, John, Shotrei Street. 

Macangus, Alex., Shore Street. 

Macangus, Donald, 13 Shore Street. 

Macangus, David, 19 Shore Street. 

Mackay, Alex., 2 Shore Street. 

Mackay, Chas., 7 Lady Street, Hilton. 

Mackay, Hugh, 12 Lady Street, Hilton. 

Mackay, Wm., Shore Street. 

Mackay, Alex., Shore Street. 

Mackay, Hugh, Shore Street. 

Mackenzie, Alex., 7 Bank Street, Balintore. 

Mackenzie, Hugh, 8 Bank Street, do. 

Mackenzie, Alex., 15 Bank Street, do>. 

Mackenzie, Donald, 15 Bank Street, do. 

Mackenzie 1 , Donald,, 5 Hugh Street. 

Mackenzie, Thos., 10 Main Street. 

Mackenzie, John, Lady Street, Hilton. 

Macdonald, Alex., 10 Back Street, Hilton. 

Macdonald, Hugh, 20 Back Street, Hilton. 

Patience, Donald, Lady Street, Hilton. 

Ross, Andrew, 14 Main Street. 

Ross, John, 9 Park Street. 

Ross, Donald, 12 Park Street, 

Ross, John, 8 Lady Street. 

Ross, Hugh, 8 Back Street, 

Ross, Donald, 9 Lady Street. 

Ross, Hector, 25 Back Street. 

Ross, Alex., 19 Shore Street. 

Ross., Wm., 7 King Street. 

Skinner, David, 5 Bank Street. 

Skinner, Wm,, 1 Hugh Street. 

Skinner, George, 1 Hugh Street. 

Skinner, Alex., 4 Hugh Street. 

Skinner, John, 5 Hugh Street. 

Skinner, Wm.,.12 Main Street. 

Skinner, Donald, Shore Street, 

Sutherland, Andrew, 13 Lady Street. 

Sutherland, Wm., 19 Shore Street. 

Tarrel, David, 20 Back Street, 

Tarrel, Donald, 23 Back Street, 

Vass, Andrew, 6 Bank Street. 

Vass, David, 12 Bank Street, 

Va.ss, John, 4 Port Street. 

Vass, Wm,, 9 Main Street. 

Vass, Ja.s., 9 Main Street. 

Vass, Andrew, 6 Shore Street. 

Vass, Hugh, 1 Park Street. 

Vass, David, 3 Park Street, 

Vaiss, John, 4 Park Street. 

Vass, Wm., 5 Park Street. 

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FEAR N — Continued . 

Vass, Donald, 8 Lady Street. 
Vass, Alex., 8 Lady Street. 
Wood, Alex., Fife Cottage, Hilton. 

Lovat Scouts — 

Gordon, Quartermaster-Sergeant G. A. 
Johnstone, Private David. 
Johnstone, Private Alex. 
Macdonald, Private Alex. 
Mackay, Private David. 
Ross, Sergeant John. 
Ross, Private John. 

Royal Garrison Artillery — 

Macangus, Andrew. 
Macangus, Donald. 
Mackay, Lewis. 
Ross, Donald. 
Souter, David. 

Serving with Other Units — 

Gordon, Dr George, Lieutenant, Pitkerrie, A.M.C. 

Gordon, Chias. E., Gordon Highlanders. 

Macangus, Jas., Hilton. 

Macdonald, Alex., Cadboll. 

Macdonald, Peter, Lower Pitkerrie. 

Mackay, Jas., Hilton. 

Oliver, Robert, Hill of Fearn. 

Roiss, Wm., Hilton. 

Ross, Hugh, 1 Bank Street. 

Smith, A. H., P.O., Hilll of Fearn. 

Thaan, — ., Fearn Station. 

Vass, Wm., Scots Greys. 

Watt, Jas. R., Gordons. 



FODDERTY. 

Lovat Scouts — 

4086 Cameron, Private Ewen, Loch Ussie. 

4064 Campbell, Lance^Corpl. Kenneth, Hill Cottage, Maryburgh 

Forbes, Private Don., Achterneed Farm. 
4107 Mackintosh, Corporal David, Millnain. 
4233 Mackintosh, Private Wm., Millnain. 

Maclennan, Farrier Murdo, Fodderty Smithy. 
4402 Macmaster, Private John, Ardival. 

Naismith, Private Thos. 

Rose, Private John, Achterneed. 

Rose, Alexander, do., do. 

Seaforths (Regulars) — 

4647 Macdonald, Private Wm., Park, Strathpeffer. 

3945 Mackenzie, Private David, Cairn Cottage, Achterneed. 

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FODDERTY— Continued. 

3368 Mackenzie, Private Archibald, Achterneed. 

986 Macleod, Private David, Rose Cottage, Strathpeffer. 
2984 Macpherson, Private John, D.S.O., Upper Doehcarty House 
1740 Ross, Lance-Corporal John, Kinettas. 
Stewart, CorporaJl Kenneth, Bogbain. 

Transport Duty — 

Asher, Alistadr, chauffeur, Strathpeffer. 
Modr, Driver Murdo, Achterneed Farm. 
Walters, Sergeant Frank, Brahan. 

Canadian Contingent — 

Campbell, Private Malcolm, Hill Cottage, Maryburgh. 
Moir, Private Colin, Achterneed Farm. 
Macrae, Private Peter, Somerby. 

Royal Engineers — 

40981 Cameron, Private Duncan, Camuserrochd, Strathpeffer. 

Mundell, Lieutenant Jim B., Strathpeffer. 

Ross, Sapper George, Kinettas. 
22993 Stewart, Private Angus, Proby Street, Maryburgh. 

Cameron Highlanders — 

Campbell, Private Alex., Hill Cottage, Maryburgh. 
10662 Macdonalld, Private Hector, Viewfield, Strathpeffer. 

R.A.M.C— 

Maclennan, Lieutenant Wm., Oonon. 
Smith, Private Peter, Achterneed. 

Serving with Other Units — 

14752 Fraser, Private A., Hood St., Marvburgh, Scots Fusiliers. 
38352 Fraser, Carpi. Andrew, Hood St., Maryburgh, R.F.A. 

Mackenzie, Pte. Rod., Bottocks, Achterneed, Australians. 
Mackenzie, Archie, Achterneed, H.L.I. 
820 Mackay, Private Donald, Schoolhouse, Maryburgh, Army 
Veterinary Corps. 
Macrae, Pte. Jas., Hood Street, South African Forces. 
Macandrew, Lieut. A., Fodderty, Black Watch (killed). 
292 Morrison, Private John, Bakerhill, R.H.A. 

Smith, Private Wm., Duran, Achterneed. 
438 Stewart, Pte. Duncan, Knockfarrel, Black Watch (killed). 
Tolmie, Andrew, Kinnettas, H.L.I. 

GAIRLOGH. 

Territorials — 

Fraser, Private Murdo, Mihoil. 
Fraser, Private Angus, Smith ton. 
Fraser, Private John, Smitbton. 
Fraser, Private Kenneth, Lonmore. 
Mackenzie, Private Kenneth, Cornton. 

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G A 5 R L C H —Continued . 

Mackenzie, Piper Alex., Willow Bank. 
Mackenzie, Private Alex., Lommore. 
Mackenzie, Private Duncan, Lonmore. 
Maclean, Private Alex., Strath. 
Maclean, Private Alex., Lonmore. 
Macleod, Private Lachlan, Strath. 
Robertson, Private Evan, Strath. 
Ross, Private Duncan, Strath. 
Urquhart, Private John, Gairloch. 

Lovat Scouts — 

Bain, Sergeant Donald, North Erradale. 
4257 Cameron, Private John, P.O., Aultbea. 

Campbell, Private Kenneth, Badnasgallaig. 

Fraser, Sergt. -Major Ja.s., Lonmore. 

Fraiser, Private Rodk., Laide. 

Gunn, Corporad Wm., Laide. 

Maciver, Corporal George, 4 Mellon. 

Maciver, Lance-Corporal, Laide. 

Maclean, Lance-Corporal John, 1st Coast, Laide. 

Maeleay, Lance-Corporal Allan, Tighnafiline. 

Maclennan, Sergeant John, 3 Mellon. 

Maclennan, Private Rodk., Laide. 

Maclennan, Private Kenneth, 41 Mellon Charles. 

Maclennan, Private Murdo, 15 Mellon Charles. 

Maclennan, Private Wm., 19 Mellon Charles. 
918 Maclennan, Corporal John, 18 Mellon Charles. 
4218 Maclennan, Private Kenneth, 17 Mellon Charles. 

Mackenzie, Private Hector, 5 Mellon. 

Mackenzie, Private Alex., 5 Mellon. 

Mackenzie, Private Donald, 10 Opinan. 

Mackenzie, Private Kenneth, 17 Mellon. 

Mackenzie, Lance-Corporal FiMay, Badfearn. 

Mackenzie, Private Alex., Udrigle. 

Mackenzie, Private Finlay, Poolewe. 

Mackenzie, Private David, Drumchork Farm. 

Mackenzie, Private Alex., Primrose Cottage. 

Mackenzie, Private A., 9 Opinan. 

Macrae, Private Angus, 42 Mellon Charles. 

Macrae, Private Wm., 45 Mellon Charles. 

Urquhart, Private Donald, Gairloch. 

H.M. Navy- 
Beaton, John, 12 Ormiscaig. 
Beaton, John, Bualnaluib. 
Beaton, Rodk., Aligin, R.N.R. 
Blair, Inverasdale. 
1643 M,acdonald, Finlav, In ver aligin, R.N.R. 
Macdonald, Roderick, 2 Stirkhill, R.N.R, 
Macdonald, Murdo, 5 Stirkhill, R.N.R. 
Munro, Alex., 7 Cove, R.N.R. 
Maciver, Wm., 5 Bualnaluib. 
Maciver, Donald. 

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G A I R L C H —Continued . 

Macdougall, Donald, artist, Poolewe. 
Mackenzie, Colin, 50 Mellon Charles. 
Mackenzie', Colin, Sand. 
Mackenzie, Kenneth, A.B. 
Mackenzie, Alex., Sand. 
39288 Maclean, John, R.N.R. 

Maclean, Duncan, 15 Cove, R.N.R. 
Maclean, John, Cove, R.N.R. 
Macrae, Fin lay, 6 Altgrishan, R.N.R. 
Urquhart, Kenneth, 26 Melvaig. 

Kitchener's Army — 

Cameron, Frank. 

Cameron, Private R., Whin Cottage, Kinlachewe. 
Macdonald, Private Chas., Portnaneile. 
Mackenzie, Lieutenant J., Stroup House. 
Mackenzie, Private K., Braes, Inverasdale. 
Mackenzie, Private Donald, 10 Inverasdale. 
Maclean, Private John, Coast. 
Macleod, Private Neil, 7 Braes. 
Macrae, Private Wm., North Erradale. 
Urquhart, Private A., Firemore, Inverasdale. 

Serving with Other Units — 

Bain, Alex., Regulars. 
Cameron, Alick, Cameron Highlanders. 
Cameron, Private Alex. J., Seaforths. 
Campbell, Private Don. M., Cannerans. 
Fraser, Private D., New Zealand Contingent. 
Gibb, Private John, Artillery. 

Macdonald, Captain D., Indian Expeditionary Force. 
Macdonald, Private K., New Zealand Contingent. 
Macdonald, Private A., South African Forces. 
Macdonald, Private R., South African Forces). 
Macdonald, Private H., 4th Camerons. 
Mackenzie, Sergt.-M'aijor J. B., 3rd Seaforths. 
Mackenzie, Private Murdo, Camerons. 
Mackenzie, Corporal Alex., Camerons. 
9249 Mackenzie, Pte. Angus, Inveraligin, A. and S. Highlanders 
10971 Mackenzie, Private Donald, Camerons. 
Mackenzie, Private Alex., Camerons. 
Mackenzie, Private Wm., Canadian Contingent. 
Mackenzie, M. M., Canadian Contingent. 
Maclean, Private D., Canadian Contingent. 
Maclean, Private John, A.S.C. 
160 Maclean, Pte. Murdo, Fassiaick, R.H.A. 

Maclennan, Private R., Canadian Contingent. 
172 Macllennan, Private John, Argyll and Sutherlands. 
Maclennan, Private Alick, Regulars. 
Maoleod, Private Thos., Royal Scots. 
Macleod, Private Donald, Australian Contingent. 
INJacleod, Private Duncan, 4th Camerons. 
Macleod, Private John, 4th Camerons. 

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G A 1 R L C H —Continued . 

Macleod, Private Neil, Seaforths. 
Macphail, Duncan, Aligin, R.N.R. 
Macphail, Alex., Aligin, R.N.R. 
Macpherson, Private Duncan, Seiaforthsi. 
Mitchell, Private Oolin, Argyll and Sutherland^. 
Morrison, Flag-Corporal K., R.F.A. 
Poison, Private Duncan, 2nd Seiaforths. 
Poison, Private, Argyll and Sutherlands. 
Urquhart, Captain Angus, Indian Expeditionary Force. 
Urquhart, Private John, Cameron s. 
11419 Urquhart, Private Alex., Camerons. 

QLENSHIELi 

Lovat Scouts — 

Campbell, Private John, Shiel House. 
Fraser, Private John, Aultchrunie. 
Macswan, Private Jothn, Sihiel. 
Roisis, Sergeant George', North Cluanie. 
Ross, Private Wm 1 ,, Kintail Forest. 

Serving with Other Units — 

Campbell, Bombardier D., Shiel House, R.H.A. 
Fraser, Private A., Aultchrunie, Cameron s. 
Maeaulay, Privatei Alex., Post Office, A.S.C. 
Maedonald, Gunner D., Cluanie Forest, R.H.A. 
Maclennan, Pte. Allan, Letterfearn, Canadian Contingent. 
7717 Maclennan, Lance-Corporal Don., Letterfearn, Camerons. 
Macrae, Corpl. Donald, Old Shiel, Seaforths (wounded). 
Skelton, Private' J., Posit Office, Shiel, Argyll and Suther- 

lans (wounded). 
Ma the son, Hugh, Totadg. 
Murchison, Kenneth, Drudaig. 
Macrae, Duncan, Cairngorm. 
Macrae, Donald, Morvich. 

KILLEARNAN. 

Lovat Scouts — 

Burton-Mackenzie of Kilcoy, Captain. 
5188 Chisholm, Lance-Corporal John. 

Colville, Private Robert. 

Grant, Major Ewen, of Coulmore. 
3697 Munro, Corporal John. 

Stewart, Private Roderick. 

Seaforths (Regulars) — 

3660 Campbell, Corporal John. 

Mackay, Private Wm. 
9205 Maclean, Private Malcodm (prisoner in Germany). 
8814 Maclennan, Lance-Corporal Finlay. 
1799 Maclennan, Private Thomas. 
2950 Macleod, Private Chas. 

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KILLEARNAN— Continued 
Scots Guards — 

8909 Campbell, Private Roderick. 

Colville, Corporal John. 
9704 Fraser, Private Farquhar. 

Mackenzie, Private Alex, (prisoner in Germany). 

Cameron Highlanders — 

Chapman, Private Horace. 
44 Fraser, Piper Wm. 
8803 Maeleod, Private J. Angus. 
9398 Noble, Corporal Alex, (killed). 

Stewart, Private Hugh. 

Serving in Other Units — 

36881 Grant, Corporal Duncan, R.A.M.C. 

2238 Grant, Private Alex., R.H.A. 

2474 Laing, Trooper Thos., 2nd Lifei Guards. 

Macdonald, Piper Jas., Canadian Contingent. 

8004 Macdonald, Private Chas. S., Canadian Contingent. 

3461 Maclennan, Lance-Corpl. Jais., Argvll and Sutherlands. 
13083 Noble, Private Donald, 1st Glasgow Battalion. 



KSLMUIR-EASTER. 

Black, D., Gordons. 

Cameron, Private C, Kindeaee, Cyclists Scouts. 

Cruickshank, Private A., Priesthill, Lovat Scouts. 

Dyer, Philip, Civil Service Battalion. 

Duncan, J., Lovat Scouts. 

Georgeson, W., Scots Guards. 

Georgeson, P., Garrison Artillery. 

Mackay, A., Lovat Scouts. 

Mackenzie, Private G., Canadians. 

Maclennan, Farrier Murdo, Lovat Scouts. 

Michael, Private' Jas., Lovarne, Delny, Camerons. 

Michael, Private R., Seaforths. 

Pvoss, Private John, Kinrive, Garrison Artillery. 

Ross, Private John, Poilnicol, Camerons. 

Ross, Private Thomas, Polnicol, Camerons. 

Ross, Private C, Black Watch. 

Ross, Lance-Corporal L., Kinrive, Lovat Scouts. 

Ross, Private H., Camerons. 

Ross, Private Donald, Camerons. 

Ross, Private Jas., Camerons. 

Ross, Private C, Milntown, Seaforths. 

Urquhart, Private K., Tullich, Seaforths. 

Vass, W.j Garrison Artillery,. 

Wood, J., Garrison Artillery. 

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KILTEARN. 

Munro, yr. of Foulis, Lieut. Hector, Foulis Oastle, 2nd Seaforths. 
Macvicar, Private Alex., formerly Schoolhouse, Canadians. 
Watson, Lieut. Allan, M.D., D.P.H., D.I.M. and H., formerly 

Kiltearn Manse, R.A.M.C. 
Watson, Lieut. W. Norman, M.B., Ch.B., formerly Kiltearn 

Manse, R.A.M.C. 
Watson, Lieut. Stanley, formerly Kiltearn Manse, 12th Battalion. 

Cheshire Regiment. 

Also Serving with H.M. Forces — 

Bain, Private Donald, Evan ton. 

Duff, Private' Jas., jr., Evanton. 

Johnstone, Private' Morton, Evanton. 

Kemp, Private Hugh, Evanton. 

Lawrence, Private John, Evanton. 

Matheson, Private Thois., Evanton. 

Munro, Private Donald, Swordale. 

Munro, Private John, Drummond. 

Macdonald, Private Jas., Evanton. 

Macgregor, Private Wrai., Swordale. 

Mackay, Private David, Ardullie. 

Mackenzie, Private Harry, Swordale. 

Mackenzie, Private Kenneth, Eilanach. 

Mackenzie, Private Wm., Eilanach. 

Mackenzie, Private Ian, Wyvis. 

Mackenzie, Private Alex., Flower Cottage, Evanton. 

Mackenzie, Private Wm., Flower Cattage, Evanton. 

Macleod, Sergeant John, Evanton. 

Ross, Private Wm., Evanton. 

Ross, Private Fraser, Evanton. 

Wilson, Private John, Swordale. 

Wilson, Private Alex., Swordale. 

Urquhart, Private Jas., Evanton. 



KINCARDINE, 

Anderson, Lieutenant' A. GL, South Bonar, Scottish Horse. 

Campbell, Private Hector, Douniie, 5th Seaforthsi. 

Campbell, Private George, Invercharron, oth Seaforths. 

Campbell, Private Simon, Gledfield, 5th Seaforthis. 

Forbes, Private John, Aohmahanich, 5th Seaforths. 

Fraser, Privatei James, Ardgay, A.S.C. 

Maegregor, Lance-corporal 3ohn, Oldtown-, 5th Seaforths. 

Macleod, Private William, Ardgay, 5th Seaforths. 

Macleod, Private Alex., Ardgay Hill, 5th Seaforths. 

Macleod, Private Murdo>, Church Street, Ardgay, Lovat Scouts. 

Maclean, Private Murdo, Balchruick, 5th Seaforths. 

Maclean, Private Charles, Balchruick, 5th Seaforths. 

Maclean, Lance-Corporal John, Balchruick, K.O.S.B. 

Mackenzie, Piper Kenneth, Syall, 5th Seaforths. 

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KINCARDINE— Continu ed 

JVfacpherson, Trooper, Loubonnich, Lovat Scouts. 

Maciver, Private Alex., Kincardine Hill, 5th Seaforths. 

Macpherson, Private. John, D.S.O .,Balchruick, 3rd Seaforths. 

Macrae, Private Thios., Strathoairron. 

Munro, Private Finlay, Old Sonna, Ardgay, 5th Seaforths. 

Morrison, Trooper, Craigmore, Lovat Scouts. 

Ross, Private John, Gledneld, 1st Camerons. 

Ross, Corporal Chas., Kincardine Hill, Lovat Scouts. 

Ross, Trooper George, Heath erly, Gruinairds, Lovat Scouts. 

Ross, Trooper Alex., Brae, Strathoykel, Lovat Scouts. 

Ross, Lance-Corporal Philip, Church Street, 5th Seaforths. 

Ro>ss, Sergeant Donald, Kincardine Hill, 5th Seaforths. 

Ross, Corporal Robert, Old Sonna, Ardgay, 5th Seaforths. 

-Ross, Private Alex., Old Sonna, Ardgay, 5th Seaforths. 

Ross, Private Sydney, Ardchronie, 5th Seaforths. 

Ross, Lance-Corporal Robert, E. Gruinards, 5th Seaforths. 

Ross, Private Thos., Dounie, 5th Seaforths. 

Ross, Private John, SyaJl, 5th Seaforths. 

Ross, Drummer Roderick, Syall. 5th Seaforths. 

Stewart, Private Benjamin, Ba'lchruiick, 5th Seaforths. 

Urquhart, Private, Ardgay Hill, A.S.C. 



KINTAIL. 

Mackay, Piper Kenneth, Dornie, Scots Guards (wounded). 
Mackenzie, Gunner Donald, Dornie, R.G.A. 
Mackenzie, Gunner Christopher, Dornie;, R.H.A. 
Maclennan, Private, Dornie, Camerons. 
Maeiennan, Private Finlay, Tnverinate, H.L.I. 
Macmillan, Lance-Corporal K., Dornie, Lovat Scouts. 
Macrae, Private Donald, Dornie, Lovat Scouts. 
Macrae, Private Donald, Dornie, 2nd Camerons. 
Nicoison, Private John, Lovat Scouts. 
Tritton, Private D., Royal Scots Greys. 



KNOCKBAIN. 

Lovat Scouts — 

1227 Campbell, Trooper Donald, Upper Knockbain. 
1535 Fra,ser, Trooper John, Mill House, Munlochy. 
3687 Maciver, Trooper John, Gateside Smithy, Munlochy. 
2706 Smith, Trooper W., Munlochy Mains. 



Serving with Other Units — 

Dick, Private Hugh, Bank Buildings, Munlochy, Sea* 
forths (Reserve'). 
8071 Geddes, L.-Corpl. Chas., Old Allangrange, 2nd Seaforths. 
2233D Macdonald, Alex., seaman, Kessock Cottage, R.N.R. 

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KNOCKBAIN— Continued 

1474 Macdomald, Pte. D., Kilmuir, Kessock, Camerons (N.R.)- 

Mackintosh, Pte. K., Knockbain, Seaforths (Reservist) . 

Maclecd, Pte. D., Graigton, Camerons (N.R.) 
2372 Maclennan, Pte. Hugh, Knockbain, Seaforths (Reservist). 

Moodie, Pte. Ralph W., Drumderfit, 9th Royal Scots. 

Moodie, Pte. Edwin, Drumderfit, R.H.A. 

Mcodie A Pte. Henry, Drumderfit, Canadian Contingent. 

Moodie, Pte. Andrew, Drumderfit, South African Forces* 

Mocdie, Pte. Clement, Drumderfit, Camerons. 

Morrison, Pte. Donald, Balnakyle, R.H.A. 

Peterkin, Private Jas., Teawig, R.H.A. 
10696 Robinson, Pte. Thos. S., Allangrange, H.L.I. 
1337 Ross, Pte, John, Back Street, Munlochy, 3rd Seaforths. 
56 Ross, Pte. ML W., Old Allangranae, Seaforths (Reservist).. 
12410 Scott, Pte. John, Viewbank, NrKessock, K.O.S.B. 

LOCHALSH. 

Lovat Scouts — 

Finlayson, Private Donald, Plockton. 
Ross, Sergeant-Major Donald, Kyle. 

L0CHBR00M. 

Lovat Scouts — 

Campbell, Private D., Auchinver. 

Campbell. Private K., Auchinver. 
4181 Grant, Lance-Corporal A., Polgllass. 

Munro, Private J., Badralloch. 

Morrison, Private A., Badralloch. 
4229 Macgregor, Private H., Durnamuck. 

Macgregor, Private D., Badcaul. 
4206 Maciver, Private A., Scorraig. 
4087 Mackay, Lance-Corporal W., Rhiverach. 

Mackenzie, Private R., Strathcanaird. 
4246 Mackenzie, Private A., Auchnahaird. 
4171 Mackenzie, Private D., Polglass. 

Mackenzie, Lance-corporal M., Badralloch. 
954 Mackenzie, Lance^Corporal A., Badbea. 

Mackenzie, Private P., Scorraig. 

Maclean, Private P., Camusnagaul. 

Maclean, Private D., 210 Aultandhu. 

Maclean, Lanee-Corporall G., Culnacraig. 
4209 Maclean, Lance^Corporal R,, Gatehouse-. 

4248 Maclean, Private J., 217 Aultandhu. 
956 Maclean, Corporal D., Ardcharnich. 
411 Maclennan, Sergeant K., Loggie. 

Macleod, Private N., Achnahaird. 
Maclecd, Private J., Achavrais. 

4249 Macleod, Private H., Blairbuie. 

4250 Macleod, Private J., 215 Aultandhu. 
992 Macleod, Lance-Corporal D., Camuscoil. 

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LOCHBROOM— Continued 

4119 Macleod, Private D., Achduart. 
Macleod, Private K., Cullnacraiig. 
Macrae, Private D., Ardessie. 
Macrae, Private A., Achiltibuie. 
Macrae, Private G., SeoiTaig. 
Pater sen, Private J. R., Lochinver, Lairg. 
408 Robertson, Sergeant M., Strathcanaird. 

Serving with Other Units — 

Mackenzie, D., Aultandhu, R.N.R. 

Mackenzie, Private M., Badensoallie, Regular Army. 

Macleod, Donald, Polbain, R.N.R. 

Macleod, Duncan, Old Domic, R.N.R. 

Macleod, Robert, R.N.R. 

Macleod, A., Polbain, R.N.R. 

lOGmikURON. 

Finlayson, Sergeant Malcolm, Seaforths. 

Mackay, Private Alistair, 5th Royal Scots. 

Mackenzie, Private Finlay, R.F.A. 

Mackenzie, Private George, Camerons. 

Maclean, Private Donald, Canadian Ammunition Column. 
24748 Macrae, Private Donald, Black Watch. 
11158 Michie, Lance-Sergeant Murdo John, H.L.I. 

Scott, Piper Murdoi, Camerons. 

LOGSE-EASTER. 

Seaforths (Regulars) — 

Bannerman, Private D., Shandwick. 
Coghill, Private A., Meddat. 

Munro, Lance-Corporal A., Logie Glebe. 
Munro, Private D., Glaistullich. 
Mackintosh, Private F. D., Newfield. 
Robertson, Private T., Lamington. 
Urquhart, Piper T. D., Meddat Bridge. 

Lovat Scouts — 

Fraser, Private W. J., Scots Durn. 
Macpherson, Private D., Lamburn. 
Macpherson, Private N., Lamburn. 
Robertson, Private D., Pitmaduthy. 
Ross, Private D., Upper Pitmaduthy. 

Camerons — 

Bannerman, Private F., Shandwick. 

Cormack, Captain and Hem. Major, Shandwick. 

Munro, Private R., Calrossie. 

Macangus, Private A., Meddat. 

Macangus, Private D., Meddat. 

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LOGIE-EASTER— Continued 

Noddar, Private C, Phippsfield. 
Robertson, Private D., Lamington. 
Robertson, Private H., Meddat Bridge. 
Urquhart, Private G., Meddat Bridge. 

Serving with Other Units — 

Sargent, Private, Lamington. 
Simpson, Private F., Lamington. 
Urquhart, Private T., Meddat Bridge. 
Beattie, M., Meddat, H.M. Navy. 
Cormack, Private A., Shandwick, Hussars. 
Mackenzie, Private G. R., Shandwick Hill, P.O.C. 
Mackenzie, Private D. B., Shandwick Hill, A.S.C. 
Robertson, Private M., Lamington, Gordons. 
Robertson, Private W., Arabella, R.G.A. 
Smith, Private J., Nigg Station, Scots Greys. 
Stirling, Private D., Lamington, Kitchener's Army. 
Urquhart, Private G., Balachraggan, H.L.I. 



NICC. 

Campbelll , Trooper Robert, Gaistlecraig, Loivat Scouts. 
Campbell, Private Thos., Bayfield, 2nd Seaforthsi (killed in action). 
Forbes, Private George, Cullisse, Lovat Scouts. 
Forbes, Private Jas., Cullisse, Loviait Scouts. 
Gunn, Private John, Rarichie, 2nd Seaforths'. 
Mackenzie, Private Wm., Bayfield, 1st Seaforths. 
Macrae, Private Duncan, Rarichie, Lovat Scouts. 
Morrison, Private David, Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Poison, Sergeant AHex. A., Pitcaline, 1st Seaforths. 
Ross, Corporal Alex., Lower Bayfield, 2nd Seaforths. 
Ross, Alex., 1st Class Petty Officer, Shandwick, Royal Navy. 
Ross, Alistair, Culnaha, Cycle Corps. 
Ross, Andrew, Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Ross, Andrew, Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Ross, Andrew, Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Ross, Donald, Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Ross, Donald, Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Ross, Donald, Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Ross, Hugh, Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Ross, Hugh, Stoker, Shandwick, Royal Navy. 
Ross, Kenneth, Shandwick, R.N.R. 

Ross, Lance-Corporal Wm., Lower Bayfield, Royal Engineers. 
Ross, Wm., Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Smith, Private Jas., Riairichie, Lovat Scouts. 
Vass, Alex., Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Vass, Alex., Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Vass, Alex., Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Vass, Andrew, Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Vass, Andrew, Shandwick, Royail Navy (Australian). 
Vass, Andrew, Shandwick, 1st Seaforths (killed in action). 
Vass, David, Shandwick, R.N.R. 

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NIGG— Continued 



Vass, Finlay, Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Vass, John, Shandwick, R.N.R. 
'Vass, William, Shandwick, R.N.R. 
Vass, George, Shiamdwick, R.N.R. 



ROSEMARKIE. 

Lovat Scouts — 

Junor, Pee. R., Ardmeanach. 

Munroi, Pte. A. J., Balmungie. 

Macbain, Pte. D., Bougie well. 

Maciver, Pte. D., Rosemairkie. 

Mackenzie, Pte. A., Rosemarkie. 

Paton, Pte. A.. High Street, Fortrose. 
^ Reid, Pte. B., Hill of Fortrose. 
3677 Ross, Pte. A., Rosemairkie. 
4157 Ross, Pte. R., Janefield, Rosemarkie. 

Smith, Pte. W., Rosemairkie. 

Young, Pte. D., Craighead. 

Serving with Other Units — 

Allan, Seaman W., High Street, Fortrose, Royal Navy. 

Cameron, Sub-Lieut. Alistair, Oakfield, Fortrose', Camerons. 

Civil, H.B., E.R.A., Union Street, Fortrose, R.N. 
1233 Davidson, Pte. D. A., Academy Street, Fortrose, R.A.M.C. 

Davidson, Oorpl. J as. Cr., Academy St., Fortrose, R.H.A. 

Davidson, Pte. George, Academy St., Fortroise, S.A. Forces. 

Davidson, Pte. John, Academy St., Fortrose, Australians. 

Davidson, Pte. Wm., Academy St., Fortrose, Scottish Rifles. 

Grigor, Sergt. K., Eathie M'ains, Cromarty, R.G.A. 

Hossack, Pte. Jas., High St., Fortrose, Canadian Contingent 

Macdonald, Pte. E., Ness, Fortrose, K.E. Horse. 

Macintyre, Sub-Lieut. Ian, Mackenzie Lodge, Fortrose, 
Royal Navy. 
7128 Mackenzie, Pte. Rod., Insh, Seaforths^ 

Mackenzie, Hugh, Engineer, Moray View, Royal Navy. 
9395 Mademan, S.M.-Tailor D., High St., Rosemarkie, Argyll and 

Sutherland's. 
9348 Macleman, Sergt. Wm., High St., Rosemarkie, Seaforths. 

Maclennan, Pte. J., Boggiewell, R.G.A. 
10295 Macrae, Pte. Thos., Rose Street, Fortrose, Seaforths. 

Paton, Sergt.. J., Castle Street, Fortrose, Camerons. 

Paton, Gunner W., High Street, Fortrose, R.G.A. 

Smith, Pte. Peter, Roseniarkie, R.A.Mi.C. 

Stewart, Pte. Jas., Rosemarkie, R.A.M.C. 

Stuart, Pte. Alex., Hkh Street, Fortrose, R.H.A. 

Stuart, Pte. Arthur, High Street, Fortrose, London Scottish 

Stuart, Pte. Jas., High Street, Fortrose, London Scottish. 

Sutherland, Seaman Ed., Union Street, Fortrose, R. Navy. 

Sutherland, Pte. Alex., Rosemarkie, London Scottish. 

Wilson, Pte. Wm., Fortrose, South African Forces. 

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ROSSKEEN. 

Lovat Scouts — 

Denoon, Trooper Chias., Bridgend. 
Macdcinald, Trooper D., Bridgend. 
Mackintosh, Trooper Donald. Aehindunie. 
Macleod, Trooper Alex., Reiskmore. 
Pa,terson, Trooper W. G., Ord. 
Ross, Trooper A., Stone yneld. 
Ross, Trooper Ian, Alness. 
Jleid, Trooper H. J., Bridgend, Alness. 
Reid, Trooper Andrew, Newmore. 
Simpson, Sergeant-Ma jor, Bridgend, Alness 
Walker, Trooper John, Ardross. 



Serving mth Other Units — 

Aird, Pte. I., Dalmcre, Canadian Contingent. 

Black, Lieut. A., Alness, Seaforths. 

Brown, J., F.R.C.V.S., Invergorden, Army Veterinary Re- 
mount Commission. 

Connell, Pte. Henry, Bridgend, Alness, Scots Guards. 

Corbet t>, Pte. R., Invergorden, Seaforths. 

Davidson, Alick, Saltbum, armoured cruiser. 

Darling, Pte. G., Alness, Seafcrths. 

Dunn, Trooper H., Invergorden, 7th Dragoon Guards. 

Dunn, Pte. R., Invergorden, Seaforths. 

Dyson Perrins, Cadet Chas., Ardross Castle, Royal Navy. 

Dyson Perrins, Lieut. Allan, Ardross Castle, Seaforths. 

Fraser, Driver Chas. E. a Invergorden, Army Service Corps. 

Fraser, Pte. A., Nonikiln, S'eaf ortlhs . 

Fraser, Pte. Alex., Alness, Seaforths. 

Fraser, Pre. Hectccr, Alness, Seaforths (killed). 

Fraser, Pte. Wm., Alness, Seaforths. 

George, Driver T. W., Invergorden, Canadian Contingent. 

Graham, Pte. A., Alness, Seaforths (killed). 

Gray, Pte. H., Alness, Seaforths (killed). 

Henderson, Don., officer, Culoairn, Navy Transport. 

Henderson, Pte. Jias. M., Culcairn, Gordons. 

Innes, J., Invergordon, Seaforths (killed). 

Macdonald, Driver D. F., Invergordon, Canadian Contingent. 

Macdonald, Captain, Alness, Camercns. 

Maegregor, Pte. Alfred, Invergordon Station, Camercns. 

MacsTegor, Alex., engineer, Invergordon Station, Armoured 
Cruiser. 

Mackay, Pte. Andrew, Alness, Canadian Contingent. 

Mackay, I.. Alness, Seaforths (Wounded). 

Mackay, Pte. Alistair, Invergordon, Scottish Rifles. 

Mackay, Pte. Win., Alness, Royal Scots. 

Mackenzie, Arthur, Alness, Scottish Horse. 

Mackenzie, Captain W. F., Dalmore, Seaforths (wounded). 

Mackenzie, Pte. John, Alness, Seaforths. 

Maclean, Pte. Murdo, Mossfielld, Camerons. 

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ROSSKEEN— Continued 

Maclean, Pte. A., Alness, Seafcirths. 

Macleod, Pte. Don., Invergordon, R.A.M.C. 

Macleod, Captain R. W., Invergordon Castle, Carnerons. 

Macleod, Lieut. Bruce, Invergorden Castle, Carnerons. 

Macleod, Cadet T., Invergordon Castle, H.M. Navy. 

Macleod, Pte. G., Toniich, Seaforths. 

Macleod, Pte. A., Alness, Seafor'L'his (wounded). 

Macleod, Pte. D., Alness, Seaforths. (wounded). 

Macmillan, Major A., Dallmore, Seaforths. 

Macrae, Pte. D., Invergordon, National Reservist. 

Mat-besom, Pte. Alex., Kincraig, Carnerons (wounded). 

Michael, Private, Nonikiln, Carnerons. 

Munros Corpl. H. J., Alness, R.A.M.C. (wounded). 

Munro, Driver C, Invergordon, A.S.C. 

Munro, Pte. Murdo, Invergorden, King's Royal Rifle Corps. 

Munro, Pte. D., Rosskeen, Seaforths. 

Munro, Pte. D., Ord, Saltburn, Seaforthsi. 

Murdoch, Pee. Don., Ardross, Seaforths. 

Rae, Sergeant, Invergordon, Seaforths. 

Rae, Lance-Sergt. Thos., Invergordon, Seaforths. 

Ross, Pte. D., Invergordon, Argyll and Sutherlands. 

Rciss, Sergt. Duncan, Alness, Canadian Contingent. 

Ross, Pte. I. G., Invergordon, Canadian Contingent. 

Ross, Pte. Alex., Alness, Canadain Contingent. 

Ross, Lieut. R., Seafcrrh Cottage, A'lness, Gordons. 

Ross, Col. -Sergt. H., Invergordon, Seaforths. 

Ross, Pte. W., Saltburm, Seaforths. 

Ross, Pte. D., Saltburn, Seaforths. 

Ross, Pte. J., Saltburn, Seaforths. 

Ross, Pte. Jclhn, Ardross, Seaforths. 

Skinner, Pte. J., Alness, Seaforths. 

Soo'it, Pte. A., Tomich, Seaforths. 

Urquhart, Pte. R., Invergordon Mains, 3rd Middlesex Regiment 

Urquhart, Pte. Ken., Bridgend, Seaforths (wounded). 

TAIN, 

Lovat Scouts — 

Fraser, Corporal Donald, 18 Stafford Street. 

Maokay, Pte. Andrew, Inver. 

Miackay, Pte. Wm., Inver. 

Macrae, Pte. Murdo, Ross Street. 

Ross, Lance-Corpl. Donald, Inver. 

Ross, Pte. Alex., Inver. 

Ross, Pte. John, Inver. 

Wilson, Pie. Ronald. 

Serving with other Units — 

Campbell, Pte. Robt., 21 Academy Street, 9th Seaforths. 

Fraser, Pte. John, Inver, 2nd Carnerons. 

Johnstone, Pte. C, Scots Guards. 

Masters, Pte. George, Castle Brae, 2nd Carnerons. 

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TAIN— Continued 

Mathesoni, Pte. Hector, Castle Brae, Royal Marines. 
•23G2 Mac-raw, Lance-Corpl. J., Duke St., 4th Seafiorths (Reserves). 
■9752 Macleod, Pte. Jas., Ross Street, Canadian Contingent. 

Ross, Staff-Sergt. John, Inver, Cape Mounted Rifles. 

Ross, Farrier-Sergt. Jas., Inver, 1st Army Corps. 

Ross, Sergt. Jas., Inver, Australian Contingent. 

Ross, Pte. Jas., Inver, Welsh Fusiliers. 

Ross, Pte. Wm., Cameron Buildings, Canadian Highlanders. 

Ross, Kenneth, A.B., Royal Navy Reserve. 

Selater, Pte. Alex., Petley Street, 2nd Camerons. 
3990 Simpson, Serge. Donadd, 1st Scots Guards. 

Skinner, Sergt. -Ma ,joir Jas., Inver, 2nd Seaforths. 

Skinner, Pte. Andrew, Inver, Canadian Corps. 



Also Serving with the British Forces — 

Allan, Private Charles. 
Alexander, Sergeant John. 
Bethune, Private D. 
Cameron, Private Finlay. 
Cormack, Maijor D. C. 
Fraser, Surgecm-Lieut. John. 
Fraser, Private Kenneth. 
Graham, Lancet-Corporal Finlay. 
Munro, Private David. 
Munro, Private James. 
Munro, Private John. 
Maccaflman, Private George. 
Maccalman, Private John. 
Macdonald, Lieutenant Ronald. 
Mackenzie, Private D. 
Mackenzie, Private James. 
Mackenzie, Sergeant Heotior. 
Mackenzie, Sergeant James M. 
Mackenzie, Sergeant James. 
Mackenzie, Private George. 
Mackenzie, Private Jolhn. 
Mackay, Private Walter. 
Mackay, Quartermaster Roderick. 
Mackay, Private Donald. 
Macleod, Private D. 
Miaerae, Private Thomas. 
Ross, Sergeant David. 
Ross, Sergeant James. 
Ross, Private Andrew. 
Ross, Private George. 
Ross, Private Joseph. 
Ross, Surgeon-Lieutenant Jas. Macbean. 
Ross, Private Alex. 
Skinner, Private Donalld. 
Sutherland, Surgeon-Lieutenant Halliday. 
Sutherland, Private John. 
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TAIN— Continued 

Sutherland, Private William. 
Sutherland, Private Andrew. 
Sutherland, Private T. 
Urquhart, Private David G. 
Urquhart, Private Ronald R. 
Williamson, Private T. 
Williamson, Private R. 
Williamson, Private O. 
Wolfe Murray, Lieutenant Alick. 
Wolfe Murray, Lieutenant Philip. 



TARBAT. 

Royal Navy Reserve — 

Duff, David, Portmahomack. 
Duff, Alex., Portmahomack. 
Fraser, Jas., Point. 
Grant, David, Portmahomaok. 
Macdonald, Alex., Poirtmahomack. 
Macdonald, Donald, Portmahomack. 
Mackay, Alex., Portmahomack. 
Mackay, Andrew, Portmahomack. 
Mackay, David, Portmahomack. 
Mitchell, Donald, Rocknettd. 
Ralph, Tom, Portmahomack. 
Ross, Alex., Rockfield. 
Ross, Andrew, Rockfield. 
Rohertson, George, Portmahiomack. 
Skinner, Walter, Portmahomack. 
Smith, Wm., Portmahomack. 
Thomson, Hugh, Portmahomack. 

Serving with Other Units — 

Beattie, Jas., Brucefield, Royal Engineers. 

Bell, George, Rockfield, R.G.A. 

Duff, Alex., Portmahomack, Seaforths. 

Ewing, Lieut. A., Portmahomack, R.A.MLO. 

Ewing, John, Portmahomack, Seaforths. 

Eraser, Lance-Corpl. Alex., Scottish Borderers. 

Fraser, John, Portmahomack, Royail Engineers. 

Henry, A. J., Rockfield, Cameronsi. 

Mackenzie, Angus, Portmalbomack, L.V. 

Mackintosh, J. F., Rockfield, Seaforths. 

Macpherson, Sergt. H., Poirtmahomack, Seaforths. 

Patience, Don., Rockfield, Seaforths. 

Pyle, Lieut. Jack, H.L.I. 

Ross, D., Poirtmahomack, Camerons. 

Ross, Alex., PorMinaihomaek, Gordons. 

R/Oiss, D., Arbioll, R.F.A. 

Ross, John, Rockfield, London Scottish. 

Skinner, D. F., Skinnerton, London Scottish. 

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URQUHART. 

4102 Alexander, Pte. Geo., Balnabeen, Lovat Scouts. 

Brodie, Lieut. A., Ratarua, Conon, Seaforths. 

Bruce, Corpl. Peter, Teianahoun, 1st Life Guards. 
'79447 Cameron, Gunner A., Leanack, R.F.A.j Reserve Battery. 
1597 Campbell, Sergt. W. W., Balnabeen, Lovat Scouts. 
2328 Calder, Pte. Simon, Top St., Conon-Bridge^, Seafoirths. 

Cameron, Pte. Win., Kinkell, Canadians. 

9122 Forsyth, Pte. John, Conon-Bridge, 1st Dragoon Guards. 
3663 Fraser, Trooper Wm., Kinkell, Lovat Scouts. 

Fraser, Gunner Wm., Culbokie, N.S.R.G. Artillery. 
5412 Gollan, Lance-Corp*l. Robert, Conon, Cameron Highlanders. 
5228 Gollan, Pte. Yv r m., Conon, Cameron Highlanders. 
25663 Gray, Pte. John, Broom ton, Royal Engineers. 

4186 Jack, Trooper Adam, P.O., Culbokie, Lovat Scouts. 
1243 Jack, Pte. Jas., P.O., Culbokie, Cameron Highlanders. 

Logan, Piper Kenneth, Balvaird, Cameron Highlanders. 
8788 Lumsden, Corpl. D., Balvaird, Cameron Highlanders. 
Macdonald, Colin, Balnabeen, Canadians. 
11028 Macdonald, Pte. Ronald, E. Kinkell, Camerons. 

4187 Macdonald, Trooper Rod., Balnabeen Smithy, Lovat Scouts. 
6088 Macdonald, Gunner Murdo, Victoria, Cottage, Conon, N.S.R. 

Garrison Artillery. 
6113 Macdonalld, Gunner Wm., Crash, smith, do. 
6090 Macfarlane, Gunner Don., Balachladdich, do. 

Mackenzie, Lieut. H. D., Conon House, Lovat Scouts. 
Mackenzie, Gunner Don., Balleanachrach, N.S. Royal Garri- 
son Artillery. 
Mackenzie, Lieut. Rod. J., Oonon Hoiise, Black Watch. 
7176 Mackenzie, Corpl. John, Conon-Bridge* Sea.forths. 
4955 Mackenzie, Pte. A., Gaistle Hill, Conon, Seafoirths. 
2305 Mackintosh, Pte. Ken., Leanaig, Camerons. 
169 Mackintosh, Pte. Ken., Camerons. 
12645 Maclean, Pte. A., Conon Brae, Camerons. 
12033 Maclean, Pte. Jas., Conon Brae, Camerons. 

9123 Maclean, Pte. George, Conon-Bridge, 1st Dragoon Guards. 
Maclean, Lieut. K., Malton Villa, Conon, R.A.M.C. 
Maclennan, Lieut. W. A., Schoclhouse, Conon, do. 
Manson, Pte. Robt., Kinkell, Seafcrths. 

1072 Melrose, Pte. Alex. John, Conon, Seaforths. 

Noble, Tom, Findon, Camerons. 

Noble, T., Bailloan, Alcaig, 50th Battalion, Canadians. 
15465 Ogg, Gunner A., Leanaig, R.F.A. (Reserve Battery). 

R.oberrson, Pte. David, Conon, Scottish Horse. 

Shaw, Gunner Chas., Culbokie, N.S. Garrison Artillery. 
4244 Stewart, Trooper Rod., Mossend, Lovat Scouts. 

Urquhart, Pte. Wm., Balvaird, Black Watch 1 . 

Urquhart, Don., Balvaird, Canadians. 

Urquhart, Jas., Balvaird, Canadians. 
4236 Urquhart, Trooper Joseph, E. Kinkell, Lovat Scouts. 

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URRAY. 

4401 Bissett, Private Simon, Muir of Ord, Lovat Scouts. 
9390 Cameron, L. -Carpi. Peter, Hilton, Muir of Ord, 1st Camerons 
29539 Campbell, Pte. Hugh, Easter Urray, Muir of Ord, Canadian 
Scottish. 
4241 Chisholm, Ptei. John, Mluir of Ord, Lovat Scouts. 
9458 Dunbar, Piper John, Windhill, Beauly, 1st Seaforths. 
9322 Dunbar, Sergb. Wm„ Windhilil, Beauly, 1st Seafoirths. 

Fraser, L.-Corpl. W. D., Easter May, 2nd Scots Guards. 
8822 Fraser, Pte. Alex., Muir of Ord, 2nd Seafoirths. 
1368 Fraser, Pte. Paul, Balavullich, Muir of Ord, Lovat Scouts. 
Forbes, Duncan, Fairburn, Muir of Ord, Australian Expedi- 
tionary Force. 
Forbes, Finlay, Fairburn, Muir of Ord, Do. 

9318 Forbes, Sergt. John, Fairburn, Muir of Ord, 1st Seaforths. 

4281 Grant, Pte. Jas., Bridge Park, Muir of Ord, Lovat Scouts. 
4117 Grant, Pte. Rodk., Bridge Park, Muir of Ord, Lovat Scouts. 
5263 Gray, Pte. Murdoch, Muir of Ord, Lovat Scouts. 

42326 Macdomald, Pte. G. A., Arcan, Muir of Ord, R.F. Artillery. 
262 Macdonadd, Piper Jas., Arcan, Muir of Ord, 1st Seaforths. 
5260 Macdonald, Pte. Rodk., Muir of Ord, Lovat Scouts. 
9110 Macdonald, Pte. Alex., Clashandorran, Beauly, 2nd Camerons 

4282 Macdonald, Pte. Jas., Wester Urray, Muir of Ord, Lovat 

Scouts . 
Mackenzie, Lieut. -Col. A. F., of Ord, Argyll and Sutheriands. 
5743 Mackenzie, Sergt. Thos., Caberfeidh, Muir of Ord, 1st Scots 

Guards. 
8051 Mackenzie, Pte. D., Lochnavoidl, Muir of Ord, 1st Camerons 
7214 Mackenzie, Pte. Kenneth, Lochnavoidl, 1st Camerons. 
8549 Mackenzie, Piper Jais., Muir of Ord, 2nd Scots Guards. 
8341 Mackenzie, Piper Thos., Muir of Ord, 1st Camerons. 
3284 Mackenzie, Trooper K. D., Fairburn, 1st Scottish Horse. 
4692 Macrae, Pte. John, Spittal Wood, 1st Camerons. 
8891 Macrae, Pte. Alex., Dreim, 2nd Camerons. 
5825 Macrae, Pte. Duncan, Muir of Ord, 2nd Scots Guards'. 
2163 Macrae, L.-Corpl. Murdoch, U.F. Manse, Beauly, Lovat 

Scouts. 
4149 Munro, Pte. Jas., Muir of Ord, Lovat Scouts. 
15465 Ogg, Driver Alex., Bahrain, 6t'hi Div. Ammunition Column. 
2250 Ramsav, Pte. John, Muir of Ord, R.H. Artillery. 
1595 Ramsay, Pte. Rodk., Fairburn, Muir of Ord, 4th Camerons. 

Ramsay, Pte. W. H., Fairburn, Muir of Ord. 
4352 Robertson, Trooper Alex., Fairburn, Lovat Scouts. 
4346 Ross, Trooper Thos., Fairburn, Lovat Scouts. 
5202 Sinclair, Trooper George, Fairburn, Lovat Scouts. 
4816 Sinclair, Trooper D., Fairburn, 9th Seaforths. 
4115 Urqubart, Lance-Corpl. D., Fairburn, 1st Scottish Horse. 

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RESOLIS. 

24088 A. Jack, Toberchuirn, Field Co. R.E. 
3476 Jas. Jack, Toberchuirn, Lovat Scouts. 
4023 John Young, Upperwood, Lovat Scouts. 
4125 Charles Miatheson, Bog, Lovat Scouts. 
4381 Donald Matheson, Bog, Lovat Scouts. 

Jas. Macdonald, Sheep Park, Lovat Scouts. 

Jas. Ferguson, Ardoch, Lovat Scouts. 

John Watson, Resolis, Lovat Scouts. 
6120 Ronald Ross, Cullicudden, Gur., N.S.R.G.A. 
6092 James Macdonald, Cullicudden, Gur., N.S.R.G.A. 
6109 James Grant, Resolis, Gur., N.S.R.G.A. 
6094 Donaild Clark, Gordons Mills, Gur., N.S.R.G.A. 
6111 John Maclennan, Brae, Gur., N.S.R.G.A. 

Jas. Matheson, Bog, R.F.A. 
45033 Ken. Maclean, St Martins, 1st Canadians. 
9282 John Maclean, St Martins, Corporal, 2nd Seaforths. 

Alexander Matheson, Bog, A Coy., 6th Gordon Highlanders. 

Colour-Sergt. A. Matheson, Bog, H Co., 5th K.O.S.B. 

2/Lieut. W. Macculloch, Ferryton, Ceylon Planter Rifle Corps 

2/Lieut. K. Cameron, Alness Ferry, Camerons. 

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ROSS-SHIRE COUNTY INFORMATION. 



AREA AND VALUATSOJ^. 



The length of the county is 67 miles, and its breadth 58 ; its area is 3129 
miles, or 2,003,065 acres ; of these, 321,000 are productive, 545,000 are untilled, 
and 1,136,065 are irreclaimable. The valuation of Ross and Cromarty, exclusive 
of railways, for 1914-1915 amounts to £272,169 15s 9d, while the railway valuation 
is £11,051. These valuations do not include the Burghs of Dingwall, Tain, 
Fortrose, and Cromarty. 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

The population in 1911 was 77,353. The Parliamentary constituency is 8618. 

By Act of Parliament 6 and 7 Vict., cap. 92 (local and personal), Dingwall 
was declared the head burgh of the shire ; but for the better and more expedi- 
tious administration of justice, it is divided into Wester, Easter, Black Isle, 
and Lewis districts, at the head of which respectively are the towns of Dingwall, 
Tain, Cromarty, and Stornoway, each having a Sheriff Court. 

COURT OF LIEUTENANCY. 

Lord-Lieutenant and High Sheriff of the County, Sir Hector Munro of Foulis 

Bart. 
Vice-Lieutenant, Colonel J. A. F. H. Stewart Mackenzie of Seaforth. 
Convener of the County, Sir Hector Munro of Foulis, Barb. 
Vice-Convener, J. Douglas Fletcher of Rosehaugh. 



Deputy Lieutenants. 



Balfour, Rt. Hon. Arthur James, 

LL.D., M.P., 1880 
Blunt-Mackenzie, Major E W , 1908 
Burton-Mackenzie, Capt E. N., 1912 
Davidson, Duncan, 1898 
Ferguson, Ronald Crauford Munro, 

M.P., 1885 
Fletcher, James Douglas, 1885 
Littlejohn, Alexander, 1887 
Mackenzie, Colonel James A. F. H. 

Stewart, 1878 
Mackenzie, Sir A. G. Ramsay, Bart., 

1886 
Mackenzie-Gillanders, Capt. E B.,1912 
Mackenzie, Sir Kenneth John, Bart., 

1891 



Mackenzie, Osgood Hanbury, 1876 
Mackenzie, Col. A. F., 1898 
Macleod, Major Roderick Willoughby, 

1893 
Matheson, Major Duncan, 1880 
Matheson, Sir Kenneth James, Bart., 

1876 
Middleton, Lord, 1880 
Murray, Lieut-Col. Chas. James, 1887 
Ross, .^ir Charles Henry Augustus 

Frederick, Bart., 1893 
Ross, Colonel VV., C.B., 1908 
Shoolbred, Col Rupert, 1912 
Stirling, Captain Alex., 1908 
Wimborne, Lord, 1880 



Clerk of Lieutenancy, W. J. Duncan, solicitor, Dingwall. 

Member of Parliament for Ross-shire— James Ian Macpherson, advocate, London 

Member of Parliament for Wick Burghs (Wick, Dingwall, Kirkwall, Tain, 
Dornoch, and Cromarty)— Robert Munro, K.C., Lord Advocate, Edinburgh. 

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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Bain. Angus, timber merchant, Gowan 

Croft, Stornoway 
Bain-Munro, Alexander, wood merch- 
ant, Scotsburn 
Balfour, A. J., late of Strathconon 
Bankes, George, Auchoyle 
Baring:, Captain W., Norman Court, 

Hants 
Bignold, Sir A., of Lochrosque 
Bisset, John Alexander, farmer, Fort- 
William 
Bone, Robert H., Scotsburn 
Bowerman. R. J., of Killilan 
Brodie, Robert, Conon 
Brodie, Richard, Munlochy, L.RC.P. 

and S. (Edin ) 
Brooke, John Arthur, of Mid-Fearn 
Brown, Stephen, Bennan, Dumfries- 
shire 
Brown, Neil, estate manager, Apple- 
cross 
Bruce, Wm., LL.D., Dingwall 
Buchanan, James, of Torridon 
Budge, John Henry, farmer, Easter . 

Rarichie 
Burgess, Alexander, Gairloch 
Burton, Lord 
Cameron, Kenneth, farmer, Balblair, 

Edderton 
Cameron, Duncan, merchant, Muir of 

Ord 
Cameron, Kenneth, Ullapool 
Campbell, Alexander, district clerk, 

Lochcarron 
Campbell, Rev. Nicol, Muir of Ord 
Campbell, Alexander, farmer, balna- 

been 
Cran, David, farmer, Ardmore 
Crawford, Hector, draper, Dingwall 
Cromarty, The Provost and Bailies of, 

for the time being 
Cuthbert, T. W., Achindunie 
Davidson, T>uncan, of Tulloch 
Davidson, Kenneth, crofter, Knockbain 
Dewar, Rev. D., of Applecross 
Dingwall, The Provost and Bailies of, 

for the time being 
Dixon, John N., late of Inveran, Gair- 
loch 
Dods, John Harry, factor, Novar 
Duncan, George, M.D., Lochalsh 
Duncan, J. M., bank agent, Dingwaii 



Duncan, E. H., M.A.,M.B., CM., 

StrathpefFer 
Ewing, John, Portmahomack 
Ferguson, Ronald Munro, of Novar 
Findlay, Robert de Cut donnell, Attna 

m^in, Edderton 
Fletcher, James D , of Rosehaugh 
Fleming, David Gibson, Avoch 
Forbes, William, Rootfield, Mulbuie 
Forbes, Lachlan, Culcraggrie 
Forsyth, Ian, farmer, Balantraid 
Fortrose, The Provost and Bailies of, 

for the time being 
Fowler, Donald, Manse Street, Tain, 

ex- Provost of Tain 
Fowler, Sir John Edward, Baronet, of 

Braemore 
Fowler, John, Braefindon, Culbokie 
Fraser, Hugh M., of Mayfield, Tain 
Fraser, Murdo, farmer, Balvaird, Muir 

of Ord 
Fraser, Sir Keith Alexander, of Inver- 

inate, Bart. 
Fraser, Hugh, barrister, Strome- 

ferry 
Fraser, James Wilson, major (retired), 

Leckmelm 
Frew, John Ro*e, Dingwall, ex- 
Provost of Dinsrwall 
Gair, George, veterinary surgeon, 

Conon-Bridge 
Garrow, W., farmer, Polnicol, Delny 
Geddie, W. S., Fortrose 
Gibson, Rev. John, formerly minister 

of the parish of Avoch 
Gilmour, W. E., of Inveroykel 
Gordon, John, Cullisse 
Gordon, Robert, Lower Pitkerrie 
Gordon, W. Culbokie 
Gordon. Robert, merchant, Culbokie 
Grant, Ewen, of Coulmore 
Grant, John, Shieldaig 
Grant, Murdo. bank agent, Cromarty 
Gunn, Wm., StrathpefFer 
Gunn, William Frederick, factor, 

StrathpefFer 
Gunn, Donald, teacher, Lurebosb 

I ochs 
Hay, Peter factor, Cromarty 
Henderson, Alex., Dingwall 
Henderson, John, Fortrose 
Henderson, J. T., Ullapool 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Henderson, Thomas, district clerk, 

Fortrose 
Hill, A. W.,of Lemlair 
Hossack, John, bank agent, Kyle 
Kerr, William, Planasker, Lewis 
Lackie, William, factor, Brahan 
Lewis, The Sheriff - Substitute, The 

Procurator-Fiscal, Baron Bailie, 

and Chamberlain of, for the time 

being 
Liddle, P., farmer, Gress, Stornoway 
Linton, John 

Littlejohn, Alex., of Invercharron 
Logan, David, farmer, Achtertyre 
Macaskill, John, Gairloch 
Maccallum, Rev. Don., Greenock 
Macaula , Donald, postmaster, 

Islivig 
Macbean, William, farmer, Ratagan 
Macdonald, J. G., Stornoway 
Macdonald, Dr Thomas, Beauly 
Macdonald, W. Rootfield 
Macdonald, A. H., of Calrossie 
Macdonald, Ranald, Carloway, Lewis 
Macdonald, J. Provost of Invergordon 
Macdonald, Donald, farmer, Wilk- 

haven 
Macdonald, Malcolm, farmer, Tob- 

son, Beruera 
Macgregor, J. G., Hartfield, Tain 
Macdougall, Rev. John, late at) Lochs 
Macfarquhar, John, farmer, Culli- 

cudden 
Macintyre, Rev. Alex. Campbell, Kil- 

brandon 
Macintyre, P.B., Findon 
Macintyre, R., St Martins 
Maciver, Duncan, fishcurer, Stornoway 
Maciver, Rev. Peter John, Kintail 
Mackay, C.G., M.B., Lochcarron 
Mackay, John, Ben Reay, Ardgay 
Mackenzie, Angus, farmer, Meibost, 

Stornoway 
Mackenzie, Sir A. G. R., of Coul 
Mackenzie, Col A. F., of Ord 
Mackenzie, Major G. W. Blunt, Castle 

Leod 
Mackenzie, Hueh, jr. of Dundonnell 
Mackenzie, Andrew, of Dalmore 
Mackenzie, Charles Alexander 
Mackenzie, Colin Lyon, late of St 
Martins 



Mackenzie, Donald, Stornoway 
Mackenzie, Evan N. Burton, of Kilcoy 
Mackenzie, Hay, Ullapool 
Mackenzie, Col. J. A. F. H. Stewart, 

of Seaforth 
Mackenzie, J., late tacksman of Mid- 

fearn 
Mackenzie, Norman, merchant, 

Bayble, Stornoway 
Mackenzie, John, Scornoway 
Mackenzie, Sir Kenneth J., of Gairloch 
Mackenzie, Montagu Allan Ord, of 

Culbo, Wimbledon Common 
Mackenzie, Murdo, tailor, Ullapool 
Mackenzie, Murdo, L.R.C.P.E., Stor- 
noway 
Mackenzie, O. H., of Inverewe 
Mackenzie, Robert Rose, late bank 

agent, Lochcarron 
Mackenzie, Thos., Edinburgh 
Mackenzie, W., Aberdeen 
Mackenzie, Gillanders, Captain E. B., 

Highfield 
Mackenzie, Kenneth, teacher, Shader, 

Lewis 
Mackenzie, Charles, bank agent, Tain 
Mackenzie, Donald, district clerk, 

Torridon 
Mackenzie, Peter A. C, of Tarlogie 

(Count de Serra Largo) 
Mackenzie, Murdo, Forres 
Mackenzie, Robert Scarlett Fraser, of 

Allangrange 
Mackenzie, John Shaw, of Newhall 
Mackenzie, John, farm manager, 

Coal Mains 
Mackinnon, Finlay, Poolewe 
Mackinnon, Rev. L., Barvas 
Mackintosh, Robert John, London 
Housa, High St., Invergordon 
Mackintosh, Colin, Fortrose 
Maclean, John, tailor, Ullapool 
Mackenzie, Roderick, Achiltibuie 
Maclean, Robert, of Drynie 
Maclennan, Alexander, merchant, 

Goathills Road, Stnrnoway 
Maclennan, Donald, Culcairn, Evanton 
Maclennan, John, Ardarroch, Kishorn 
Maclennan, John, factor, Strath- 

conon 
Maclennan, K., merchant, Stornoway 
Maclennan, William, Dingwall 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Maclennan, Wm., farmer, Ardnagrask 
Macleod, Duncan D. M'L., late of 

Coulmore 
Macleod, Angus, merchant, Portvoller, 

Stornoway 
Macleod, Allan, fisherman, 41 North 

Shawbost, Barvis 
Macleod, Jno., com. agt., Stornoway 
Macleod, Rev. Donald, F.C., Coigach 
Macleod, Rev. George, Knock 
Macleod, G. G., Ardgay 
Macleod, Captain R. W., of Cadboll 
Macleod, John, teacher, Drumsmittall 

Knockbain 
Macleod, Malcolm, teacher, Crowlisfca 
Macqueen, A. T., tacksman of Coul- 
more 
Macrae, Alexander, Inverinate 
Macrae, John, farmer, Timsgary, Stor- 
noway 
Macrae, Rev. R., F.C., late Carloway, 

Dunoon 
Macrae, John F., Fernaig 
Macrae, Peter, Camusnagaul, Dun- 

dormell 
Maitland, James, Tain 
Matheson, Maj. Duncan, of the Lews 
Matheson, Donald, Plockton 
Matheson, Hugh, farmer, Ryefield 

Farm, Kill arnan 
Matheson, Sir K. J., of Lochalsh, Bart. 
Matheson, H M, of Little Scatwell 
Meldrum, T. G., Kilmuir-Easter 
Middleton, Lord 
Middleton, George, Corntown 
Middleton, Frank Alexander, farmer, 

Rose Farm, Cromarty 
Middleton, Jonathan, Davidston 
Monro, Charles Lloyd Doveton, of 

Allan, major (retired) 
Moore, Donald Hugh, Drummond, 

Evanton 
Morrison, John, Lionel, Ness 
Morrison, Murdo, late Stornoway, 

Edinbost 
Morrison, Murdo, merchant, Bragar, 

Lewis 
Morrison, William Grant, teacher, 

Back, Stornoway 
Morrison, Roderick, teacher, Valtoa 
Muir, J. D., late of Invergordon 
Munro-Ferguson, Hector, of Aesynt 



Munro, Sir Hector, of Foulis, Bait. 
Munro, A. R., farmer, Evanton 
Munro, William John, district clerk,. 

Tain ^~"JQ 

Munro, Donald, farmer, The Poplars, 

Ardgay 
Murray, C. J., of Lochcarron 
Murray, Dr Donald, Stornoway 
Murray, John, of Polmaise 
Murray, T. M., factor for Geanies 
Murray, Col. W. H. E., of Geanies 
Murray, Wm., farmer, Bellfield 
Naughty, Alexander, Dingwall 
Ness, Charles, farmer, Calrossie 
Paterson, Wm., Grindlay, Scotsburn 
Paterson, Ken., farmer, Edderton 
Perrins, Charles W. D., of Ardross 
Peterkin, J. B., farmer, Mountrich 
Peterkin, William, Dunglass, farmer 
Reid, N., New Kelso 
Robertson, John, Invergordon 
Robertson, John Cameron, Fodderty 
Robertson, Wm. John, of Mounteagle 
Robertson, Peter Donald, farmer, 

Castle Craig 
Rose, John, crofter,Redbank, Heights 

of Fodderty 
Ross, Alexander, Milton 
Ross, E., bank agent, Stornoway 
Ross, George, Edinburgh 
Ross, J. M'G., Edderton 
Ross, James, Invergordon 
Ross, James, bank agent, Cromarty 
Ross, Cromarty and Sutherland, The 

SherifFof and his Substitutes, the 

convener of the County Council, 

the chairman of the several Disc. 

Committees, and the chairman of 

the several Parish Councils, for the 

time being 
Ross, Roderick, surgeon, Barvas 
Ross, Colonel W. C, of Cromarty 
Ross, Wm., Tain 
Ross, John Macdonald, M.D., Borve, 

Lewis 
Ross, Rev. S. Avoch 
Ross, Victor Grosvenor, doctor, 

Garynahine, Lewis 
Russell, W. G., Stornoway 
Scobie, Capt. N. F. M'K., Midfearn 
Scott, James, Fearn Farm, Fearn 
Shaw, D., bank agent, Bonar-Bridge 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Shoolbred, Rupert, of Wyvis Stuart, David, Old Cottage, Muir of 

Smith, Don., Sbornoway Ord 

Smith, Harvey Hall, bank agent, for- Stuart, John M., Fortrose 

merly of Invergordon Tain, The Provost and Bailies of, for 
£mith, James P., M.B., CM., Dingwall the time being 

Smith, John, teacher, Breasclete, Taylor, Alexander, factor, Kildary 

Uig Urquhart, G., draper, Dingwall 

Stewarc, Angus, Drumchork Walker, Wra., farmer, Contullich 

Stewart, R. T., Edinburgh Warrand, Lt.-Col. A. R. B., Ryefield 

Stewart, James, bank agent, Ullapool Watson, James 

Stirling, Captain Alex, of Strachgarve Welsh, J., M.D., late of Lochcarron 

Stornoway, The Senior Police Magis- Wimborne, Lord 

trate of the burgh of, for the time Worrall, George, Edderton 

being Wotherspoon, George, Rhodesia 

Clerk of the Peace for Ross and Cromarty — A. Dewar, solicitor, Dingwall. 

•£ 

NATIONAL INSURANCE ACT, 1911. 



COUNTY INSURANCE COMMITTEE. 

Chairman- Colonel STEWAKT-MACKENZIE of Seaforth. 

Vice-Chairman— G. G. MACLEOD, Balnagown Estate Office, Kildary. 

Clerk W. J. DUNCAN, County Clerk, Dingwall. 

Medical Adviser — Dr WM. MACLEAN, Seaforth Sanatorium, Maryburgh, 

Conon-Bridge. 



THE LEADING HIGHLAND BOOTMAKERS. 

JOHN W. MACKENZIE & COY., 

Bole Makers of the Celebrated CABERFEIDH Brand of Ladies' 
and Gent.'s SHOOTING BOOTS and BROGUES 

As Supplied to the Noibility, Military Officers, and Sportsmen 
throughout the Kingdom. 



First-Class Family Bootmakers. Inspection and Enquiries Invited 



MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 



only address-9 Church Street, INVERNESS, 

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Wester Ross Agricultural Go-operative Society, Ltd* 

(Registered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act, 
18th March, 1908.) 

Affiliated to the Scottish Agricultural Organisation Society. 



MEMBERSHIP. 

AGRICULTURISTS, large and small. All FARMERS, CROFTERS 
and SMALL-HOLDERS should join it without delay. 

OBJECTS. 

First. — To arrange Collective Purchase at Keenest Wholesale Prices 
Direct from the Manufacturer, Importer, or Wholesale Merchant, of each 
and every requirement of the Farm, viz. : — Manures, Seeds, Feeding 
Stuffs, Implements, Goal, Paraffin, Lubricating Oils, Sheep Dip, Build- 
ing and Fencing Materials, Tools, &c, &c. Purchases are effected under 
Proper Guarantees, and the most Economical Terms of Transport to suit 
Members. 

Second. — To assist those Members who trade with it, by Purchasing 
from them their Grain, Hay, Straw, Potatoes, Butter, Poultry, Eggs, 
&C, or if so desired to obtain for them without fee or expense, Informa- 
tion as to the Highest Price for their Sample to be got on Local and 
Southern Markets, and in the case of Poultry produce to test, grade, and 
market such for Members, and where wished, to assist in starting Egg 
Collecting Depots. 

Third. — To act as a Bureau for the Ready and Reliable interchange 
of Seed, Grain, Potatoes, and other Commodities between farmers in 
different parts of the country thereby Saving Middlemen's Profits, which 
at present limit and obstruct this useful business. 

NOTICE. 
In his own Interest as well as theirs, Every Member should induce 
his Neighbours to Join the Society, because — (1) The larger the quantity 
required of any class of goods the cheaper the price at which it can be 
purchased and supplied to Members; (2) The Railway rates to his Station 
will work out much lower for large quantities than for small. 

The Society's Manager being continually in touch with the Wholesale 
Trade and the Markets, a Member should Never Purchase any require- 
ment, however small, for his farm, without first asking the present price 
at which the Society can supply it, and a Member should Never Sell any 
Kind of Farm Produce without first ascertaining the Best Price the 
Society can offer or obtain for it. 

All such Information and Protection is gladly afforded by this Society 
Free of Charge, and will be found a great boon Particularly by Small 
Farmers and Crofters, of whose best interest and support the Society is 
richly deserving. 

IMPORTANT. 

Unlike Merchants, the Society supplies the Small Order of a Crofter 
at the Same Low Price as the Large Order of the Big Farmer. 

Qualification. — At least one Share, value £1, of which only 5s have 
to be paid at entry. Five per cent, interest is paid on this Capital. No 
liability beyond value of Shares held. Every Member has a vote in the 
election of Board of Management. Application to join should be 
addressed to the Secretary at the Registered Office, 3 Tulloch Street, 
Dingwall. 

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ROSS-SHIRE COURTS. 



Sheriff Ordinary Court. 

Sheriff of Ross and Cromarty arid Sutherland, Professor James Mackintosh, K.C. 

Sheriff-Substitute at Dingwall, Wm. Harvey, M.A., LL.B , advocate. 

Hon. Sheriffs-Substitute, Robert Erodie, J. M. Duncan, and 

Duncan Davidson of Tulloch. 

Sheriff-Substitute at Tain and Cromarty, Wm. Harvey. 

Hon. Sheriffs-Substitute at Tain, Duncan Cameron, H. Ross, H. M Fraser. 

and Provost Maitland. 

Sheriff- Substitute at Stornoway, Francis Squair. 

Hon. Sheriffs-Substitute, C. M. Macrae, M.D., D. Smith, and E. Ro?s. 

Sheriff-clerk of Ross and Cromarty, James Maclennan. Depute at Dingwall, 

Alexander Ross. 
Depute at Tain, W. J. Macdonald Depute at Stornoway, Wm. J. Clarke. 

Depute at Cromarty, A. H. Mackenzie. 
Procurators-Fiscal, Wm Mackenzie, for the Western district ; W. T. Mac- 
tavish, for the Eastern district and for Cromarty ; Colin G. Mackenzie, for the 
Lews, at Stornoway. 

By the Sheriff Court Act, 39 and 40 Victoria, cap. 70 the sessions and vaca- 
tions are as follows : — There are two sessions. The winter session commence- 
on 1st October, and continues until the end of March. The summer session 
from 1st May till the end of July. The vacations — The months of April, August, 
and September, and 15 daya at Christmas time (sect. 4 of Act). But by the Act, 
sect. 44, summary causes may proceed equally during vacation as during 
session ; and the sheriff may, if he thinks fir, pronounce interlocutors in time of 
vacation in all causes. 

Commissary. 

James Maclennan, sheriff clerk ; and Deputies before mentioned. 
Sheriff Small Debt Court. 

Courts for the decision for all claims are held by the Sheriff, every Friday, at 
Dino-wall, except during vacations ; every Wednesday at Tain ; at Cromarty on 
the first Thursday of each month during Session, if there is business; and at 
Stornoway every Wednesday, except during vacation. 

Sheriff Circuit Small Debt Court. 

The Sheriff Small Debt Courts are held at Lochcarron and Ullapool twice, and 
at Fortrose and Invergordon four times a year. 

Procurators before the Sheriff and other Courts. 

At Dingwall — Alex. Dewar, Wm. Mackenzie, W. J. Duncan, Alex. 
Ross, W. R. T Middleton, Arthur H. Duncan, T. S. H. Burns, and W. S. Dewar. 
At Tain and Cromarty — John Sandison, Wm. T. Mactavish, J. Munro, J. 
S. Cormack, and J Melrose. At Invergordon— John San iison. At Storno- 
wa y — Wm. A. Ross, C. G. Mackenzie, Jno. N. Anderson, and John M. Small. 

John Munro, Sheriff Officer, Dingwall; Alexander Macdonald, Sheriff 
Officer at Stornoway ; Donald Mackenzie, Sheriff Officer, Tain. 

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Justice of Peace Courts. 

Alexander Dewar, Clerk of the Peace. Procurators-Fiscal — Dingwall, W. R. 
T. Middleton ; Stornoway, C. G. Mackenzie; W. J. Clarke, Depute-clerk ; 
Fortrose, John Henderson, do.; Ullapool, D. A. Mackenzie, do.; Cromarty, 
A. H. Mackenzie, do. 

Ross and Cromarty Licensing Courts. 

Dingwall District. — County Councillors — Robert Thomson, Poyntzfield ; 
John Maclennan, Ardarroch ; Kenneth Cameron, Ullapool ; Colonel A. F Mac- 
kenzie of Od ; C. M. Cameron, Balnakyle ; William Macdonald. Rootfield. 
Justices of the Peace — George Gair, VS., Conon- Bridge ; Duncan Davidson of 
Tulloch ; Alexander Naughty, Dingwall; J. B Peterkin, Mountrich; E. N. 
Burton Mackenzie of Kilcoy ; A. Wylie Hill of Lemlair Burghs -Provost 
Henderson, Dingwall; Provost James Ross, Cromarty; Bailie Macdonald, 
Fortrose. 

Tain District. —County Councillors— D. Macdonald, Wilkhaven ; W. J. 
Robertson, Mounteagle ; R. H. Bone, Scotsburn ; Provost J. Macdonald, 
Invergordon. Justices of the Peace— J. Scott, Fearn ; J. H. Budge, Rarichie ; 
and T. W. Cuthbert, Achindunie. Burgh — Bailie Robertson, Tain. 

Stornoway District. — County Councillors — Alex Maclennan, Stornoway; 
John N. Anderson, Stornoway; John Macleod, Stornoway; Murdo Mac- 
lean, Stornoway; A. Macaulay, jun., Stornoway; J. M. Morrison, Storno- 
way. Justices of the Peace— D Mackenzie, merchant; D. Smith, fishcurer ; 
Chas. Orrock, chamberlain. Stornoway ; M. Mackenzie, M.D., fctornoway ; W. 
J. Mackenzie ; Peter Liddle, farmer, Gress. 

Court or Appeal. — County Councillors — Sir Hector Munro of Foulis ; J. D. 
Fletcher of Rosehaugh ; Col J. A. Stewart-Mackenzie of Seaforth ; Major 
Blunt-Mackenzie of Tromartie ; R J. Mackintosh, Invergordon ; Sir A. G. R. 
Mackenzie of Coul, Bart.; Rev W. L. Wallace Brown. Alness ; W. Garrow, Pol- 
nicol, Delny ; A. J. Mackenzie, Killearnan. Justices of the Peace— John 
Robertson, Invergordon ; Murdo Fraser, Balvaird ; A. R Munro, Newton of 
Novar ; Captain Stirling of Htrathgarve ; Charles Mackenzie, bank agent, 
Tain ; Provost of Dingwall, Provost of Cromarty, Provost of Fortrose, Provost 
of Stornoway. 

Ross and Cromarty Constabulary. 

Headquarters— Dingwall. Capt. D. Finlayson, Chiet Constable, Dingwall. 

Kenneth Cameron, Supt. and Deputy Chief-Constable, Dingwall ; Robert 
Macdonald, Detective-Inspector, Dingwall ; John Ross, Superintendent, Storno- 
way ; John Alexander, Inspector, Tain. 

Stations at Alness, Applecross, Ardgay, Aultbea, Avoch, Back, Balblair, 
Barvas, Carloway, Crossbost (Lewis), Coigach, Conon, Cromarty, Dingwall, 
Dornie. Evanton, Fearn, Fortrose, Gairloch, Garrabost, Garve, Invergordon, 
Kyle, Lochcarron, Milnton, Muir of Ord, Ness (Lewis), North Kessock, Port- 
mahomack, Shieldaig, Strathpeffer, Stornoway, Tain, Uig, Ullapool, Stornoway 

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN ROSS AND CROMARTY. 

# 

Under the various Local Government (Scotland) Acts, admin- 
istration or general public affairs is regulated in the County by 
the County Council of Ross and Cromarty. The system is remark- 
ably complete, and the work is divided so that each district of 
the County has its own local administration, while the central 
body exercises a general supervision over the work, and more 
or less directly controls all the expenditure. 

The unit of representation in the County Council is the eleo 
toral division, usually parishes, divisions of parishes, or groups 
of parishes, each division electing a representative. 

There are 51 divisions in Ross-shire, and these return each 
one county councillor. The elective county councillors, with one 
representative each from the four Royal or Parliamentary Burghs 
(Dingwall, Tain, Cromarty, and Fortrose) constitute the County 
Council of Ross and Cromarty. 

The administrative functions of the County Council, while 
directly under the cognisance of the Council, are largely regulated 
by an admirable system of standing committees. The County 
Road Board takes general cognisance of all matters connected 
with that department, and reports annually to the County Coun- 
cil on the state of roads and bridges in the whole county, review- 
ing the proposals of the different District Committees. The 
Standing Joint Committee is more particularly responsible for the 
administration of the County Constabulary. The Finance and 
General Business Committee practically reviews the entire work 
of the Council and controls the incidence of revenue and expendi- 
ture. Public Health, that is medical and sanitary considerations, 
water and drainage, has a Committee to itself. Other Com- 
mittee's exist for executive work under the Diseases of Animals 
Act, Small Holdings and Allotments, Prison Visiting, &c. 

District Committees. 

For the direct duties of Road and Public Health administra- 
tion, the County is sub-divided into six districts, and the repres- 
entatives for each electoral division, with one representative each 
from the Parish Councils in the District, constitute the District 
Committees which under the County Council, have wide powers. 
Special water, drainage and lighting districts may be and are 
formed under the District Committees, which give to the Districts 
a system of administration more or less on all fours with that 
which burghs possesses under the Town Councils Act and other 
statutes. 

105 



Local Government in Ross and Cromarty— Continued. 

Parish Councils. 

Each Parish in the County has a Council of its own, the 
duties of which are more or less confined to the administration of 
the Poor Law. Certain additional duties are placed on the Parish 
Councils, which have the oversight of rights-of-way, in all land- 
ward areas, and other duties such as the administration of the 
Burial Grounds Act, the administration of the Free Libraries Act, 
&c, may be assumed if so arranged, by the Parish Councils. 
The Parish Councils are brought indirectly into touch with the 
County Council through representatives which they elect to the 
District Committees . 

Pa.rish Council particulars will be found under the heading 
of Parish Information. 

Election and General. 

The County Council and the Parish Councils are elected tri- 
enniaMy. The next election takes place in December, 1916. The 
work of all these bodies comes directly under the cognisance of 
the Local Government Board through which considerable Treas- 
ury Grants are made for the purposes of administration. Annual 
accounts are published by the County and Parish Councils, and 
these are audited by Government appointed auditors. 



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County Council of Ross and Cromarty. 



Convener, Colonel Sir Hector Munro of Foulis, Bart., A D.C. 
Vice-Convener, J. Douglas Fletcher of Rosehaugh 



THE BLACK ISLE DISTRICT. 



Division. 

1 Cromarty and Rose- 

markie 

2 Resolis 

3 Avoch 

4 Rosehaugh and Bel- 

maduthy 

5 Munlochy 

6 Killearnan ... 



Councillor. 

Jonathan Middleton, farmer, Davidston, Cromarty 

Robert Thomson, Poyntzfield 

James Douglas Fletcher of Rosehaugh, Rosehaugh 
House, Avoch 

Evan N. Burton- Mackenzie, Kilcoy Castle, Killear- 
nan 

R. S. Fraser Mackenzie of Allangrange 

Alexander James Mackenzie, Milton, Killearnan 



7 Kincardine ... 

8 Edderton ... 

9 Tain (Landward) 

10 Portmahomack 

11 Cadboll 

12 Hill of Fearn 

13 Nigg 

14 Logie-Easter 

15 Kilmuir- Easter 

16 Rosskeen (West) 

17 Rosskeen (East) 

18 Invergordon 



THE EASTER ROSS DISTR8CT. 

... Wm. L. Robertson, lnvercharron Mains, Ardgay 

.. David R. Cran, Ardmore, Edderton 

.. James Maitland, Tain 

.. Donald Macdonald, Wilkhaven 

.. Donald Fraser, jun., Hilton 

.. William John Robertson, Mounteagle, Fearn. 

.. John Gordon, farmer, Cullisse, Nigg Station 

.. Robert Houston Bone, teacher, Scotsburn, Parkhill 

.. William Garrovv, Polnicol, Delny 

.. Thomas Wilkinson Cuthbert, factor, Achindunie, 

Alness 

... Robert John Mackintosh, High Street, Invergordon 

.. John Macdonald, High Street, Invergordon 



19 Barvas (North) 

20 Barvas (South) 

21 Uig (East) 

22 Uig (West) ... 

23 Lochs 

24 Park 

25 Back 

26 Point 

27 Stornoway (Central) 

28 Stornoway Burgh 

(North) 

29 Stornoway Burgh 

(South) 



THE LEWS DISTRICT. 

Rev. Duncan Macdougall, Cross, Ness 

Alexander R Murray, 36 Bayhead Street, Stornoway 

J. M. Morrison, 27 Francis Street, Stornoway 

William A. Ross, solicitor, Stornoway 

Murdo Maclean, merchant, 25 Cromwell Street, 

Stornoway 
Alex. Maclennan, Bellevue, Stornoway 
Norman Stewart, merchant, Stornoway 
John Macleod, 6 Kenneth Street, Stornoway 
John Norrie Anderson, solicitor, Stornoway 

Alexander Macaulay, 27 North Beach St., Stornoway 
Kenneth Mackenzie, Stornoway 



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SO Alness 

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32 Urquhart (North) 

33 Urquhart (South) 

34 Dingwall 

35 Fodderty 

36 Muir of Ord ... 

37 Urray 

38 Kinlochluichart 

39 Contin 

40 Coigach 

41 Ullapool 

42 Dundonnell ... 



THE MID ROSS DISTRICT. 

Rev W. L Wallace Brown, Alness 

Sir Hector Munro of Foulis, Baronet, Foulis Castle, 

Evanton 
George Mackenzie, Ferintosh, Conon-Bridge 
William Macdonald, contractor, Rootfield, Muir of 

Ord 
Colonel James A. F. H. Stewart- Mackenzie of Sea- 

forth, Brahari Castle, Conon-Bridge 
William F. Gunn, Nutwood, Strathpeffer 
Colonel A. F. Mackenzie, Ord 
(Vacant) 

William Daniel Mackenzie, Hotelkeeper, Garve 
Sir Arthur George Ramsay Mackenzie of Coul, 

Baronet, Coul House, Strathpeffer 
Major E. W. Blunt-Mackenzie, Castle Leod 
Kenneth Cameron, Ullapool 
John Maclean, Builder, Mill Street, Ullapool 



THE SOUTH-WESTERN DISTRICT. 



43 Lochcarron ... 

44 Glenshiel and Kintail 

45 Lochalsh 

46 Plockton 



John Maclennan, Ardarroch. Kishorn 
William Macbean, Rattagan 
David Logan, Auchtertyre 
Farquhar Macrae, Kyle of Lochalsh 



47 Applecross 

48 Shieldaig 

49 Gairloch 

50 Aultbea 

51 Poolewe 



THE WESTERN DISTRICT. 

Neil Brown, Applecross Home Farm 
John Macpherson, Dibaig 

Auchnasheen 
Sir Kenneth Mackenzie of Gairloch, Baronet, Conons 

House, Conon-Bridge 
Angus Stewart, farmer, Drumchork, Aultbea 
Osgood Hanbury Mackenzie of Inverew r e, Inverewe 

House, Poolewe 



Burgh Members — T. S. H. Burns, Dingwall ; Bailie Macleod, Tain 
Provost John M. Stuart, Fortrose ; Bailie Macleod, Cromarty 



Standing Committees of County Council, 

County Road Board — Sir Hector Munro of Foulis, chairman. 
Standing Joint Committee— J. Douglas Fletcher, chairman. 
Executive Committee under the Diseases of Animals Act, 1894 — John 
C. Robertson, Fodderty, Dingwall, chairman. 

Finance and General Business Committee — J. D. Fletcher, chairman. 
Public Health Committee— J. D. Fletcher, chairman. 

Small Holdings and Allotments Committee— Sir Hector Munro, chairman. 
Valuation Committee— J. D. Fletcher, chairman. 

109 



County Officials. 

County Clerk and Treasurer — W. J. Duncan, solicitor, Dingwall. 
County Collector— James Cumming, Dingwall. 
County Auditor— R. F. Cameron, C.A., Inverness. 

County Medical Officer of Health— Wm. Bruce, M.D., LL.D., Dingwall. 
County Sanitary Inspector — William Mackenzie, architect, Dingwall. 
County Assessor and Surveyor of Taxes — Walter Emm, Inverness. 
Chief Constable —Captain Duncan Finlayson ; Deputy Chief- Cjnstable, 
Kenneth Cameron. 

County Inspectors of Weights— K. Cameron, D.C.C., Dingwall; Sergeant 
J. Henderson, Muir of Ord. 

District Committees. 

1. Easter Ross District- 
Includes the parishes of Edderton, Fearn, Kilmuir-Easter, Kincardine, Logie- 
Easter, Nigg, Rosskeen, Tain (Landward), and Tarbat. 

Chairman — R. H. Bone, Scotsburn. 

Parish Council Representatives — Kincardine, John Stewart, teacher, 
Culrain ; Edderton, Kenneth M. Cameron, Balblair, Edderton ; 
Tain (landward), Wm. Mackay, Tain ; Fearn, D. Sutherland, hotel- 
keeper, Hilton ; Nigg, John H. Budge, Easter Rarichie ; Kilmuir- 
Easter, Alexander Macdonald, Rhives, Delny ; Rosskeen, A. W. Brook, 
Invergordon ; Tarbat, Wm. Calder, Petley, Fearn. 

District Officials — W. J. Munro, district clerk, Tain; roadsurveyor, Wm. 
Wylie, Tain ; sanitary inspector, Robert Calder, Tain. District 
medical officers, Dr Farquhar Macrae, Alness, and Dr Eneas K. Mac- 
kenzie, Tain. 

2. Black Isle District- 
Embraces the parishes of Avoch, Cromarty, Killearnan, Ksockbain, P,esolis, and 

Hosemarkie. 

Chairman — J. Douglas Fletcher of Rosehaugh. 

Parish Council Representatives— Cromarty (landward), Peter Hay, East 
End, Cromarty ; Avoch, John Mann, Boy Farm, Munlochy ; Rose- 
markie (landward), William Brown, Muirhead, Cromarty ; Resolis, 
Robert Mackenzie, Balblair, Invergordon ; Knockbain, John Macin- 
tyre, Bellfield, North Kessock ; Killearnan, John Macdonald, Drynie 
Park, Muir of Ord. 

District Officials— Clerk and treasurer, Thomas Henderson, Fortrose ; road 
surveyor, Donald Maclean, Fortrose ; chief district medical officer, Dr 
Wm. Bruce, Dingwall ; chief district sanitary inspector, Donald Mac- 
Lean, Fortrose. 

110 



3. Mid Ross District- 
Embraces the parishes of Alness, Contin, Dingwall (landward), Fodderty, Kil- 
-tearn, Lochbroom, Urquhart, and Urray. 

Chairman —Colonel Stewart-Mackenzie of Seaforth. 
Parish Council Representatives — Alness, John G. Taylor, Moultavie, 
Alness; Kiltearn, D. H. Moore, Drummond, Evanton; Dingwall, 
J. G. Russell, Caberfeidh Terrace, Dingwall ; Urquhart, Alex. Jack, 
Easter Kinkell, Conon- Bridge ; Urray, Alexander Reid, Balloan ; Fod- 
derty, A. M. Macintyre. Brae ; Contin, John Mackenzie, Contin Mains, 
Contin; Lochbroom, John Maclean, builder, Mill Street, Ullapool, 
District Officials— Clerk and treasurer, William Mackenzie, Dingwall ; road 
surveyor, C. G. Hogg, Dingwall ; chief district medical officer, Dr Bruce, 
Dingwall ; chief district sanitary inspector, William Mackenzie, Ding- 
wall 

4-. The Western District- 
Embraces the Parishes of Applecross and Gairloch. 

Chairman — Angus Stewart, Aultbea. 
Parish Council Representatives— Gairloch, John Macaskill, Gairloch; 

Applecross, Donald Maclennan, mason, Alligin, Torridon. 
District Officials — Clerk and treasurer Donald Mackenzie, Torridon, Ach- 
nasheen ; interim road surveyor, Duncan Mackenzie ; chief medical 
officer of health for whole district, Dr Bruce, Dingwall ; local medical 
officers, Dr Macnaughton, Poolewe ; Dr Knox, Gairloch ; Dr C. B. 
Lucas, Applecross ; Dr Alex. J. W. Calder, Torridon ; chief sanitary 
inspector, Wm. Mackenzie, Dingwall ; interim sanitary inspector, 
Duncan Mackenzie, Inverasdale. 

5. The South-Western District- 
Embraces the Parishes of Glenshiel, Kintail, Lochalsh, and Lochcarron. 

Chairman — John Maclennan, J. P., Ardarroch, Kishorn. 
Parish Council Representatives -Glenshiel, Colin Campbell, Shiel House, 

Glenshiel ; Kintail, Donald Macrae, manager, Inverinate ; Lochalsh, 

John Macdonald, Rhumore, Plockton ; Lochcarron, John Morrison, 

Lochcarron. 
District Officials — Clerk and treasurer, Alex. Campbell, Dunhullaclale ; 

Lochcarron ; road surveyor. Alex Macrae, Inverinate, Kintail, Kyle ; 

chief medical officer, Dr Bruce, Dingwall ; chief sanitar}*- inspector, 

Wm. Mackenzie, Dingwall. 

6. The Lews District- 
Embraces the Island of Lews. The Burgh of Stornoway, as contained within 

the boundaries of the Burgh of Barony, is an independent Local Author- 
ity under the Public Health Acts, and has thus, for all practical pur- 
poses, ceased to be a District under Section 78 of the Local Government 
Act. 

Chairman — J. N. Anderson. 

Parish Council Representatives — Barvas, Alexander Macfarquhar, Mill 
House, Dell, Ness ; Lochs, John Mackenzie, 46 Balallan ; Stornoway, 
Jamea Thomson, 15 Tong ; Uig, Donald Maclennan, 26a Tolsta- 
Chaolish. 

District Officials— Clerk and treasurer, Hugh Miller, Stornoway ; road sur- 
veyor, Roderick Macleod, Stornoway ; sanitary inspector, James 
Milne, do. 

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EDUCATION IN ROSS AND CROMARTY. 



Ross-shire is remarkably well provided educationally, and the 
schools throughout the county will, in the efficiency of the work, 
compare favourably with schools in any part of the country. Edu- 
cation is free, under statute, in all primary public schools, but 
here in Ross-shire ail Secondary Schools provide a complete course 
up to the Full Group Leaving Certificate without charge. Not 
only so, but pupils are actually assisted through Secondary Edu- 
cation courses by a system of bursaries allocated, from public 
funds, by the County Education Committee. 

There are three types of schools recognised by the code — Pri- 
mary, Intermediate or Higher Grade, and Secondary, but the dis- 
tinctions are not pronounced in practice in Ross-shire, where 
there is a distinct line drawn only between Primary and Secon- 
dary Schools. Some of the Primary Schools are doing Supple- 
mentary work, and some of the Higher Grade Schools are doing 
more than Intermediate work. Rural schools, while only pro- 
fessing Primary work, through the good-will of the teachers, 
assist pupils seeking to pursue their studies beyond the regular 
course, but few of them, now-a-days, carry pupils through the full 
Intermediate course. 



Primary Education. 

Administration of Primary Education is directed by School 
Boards elected triennially by the ratepayers of every parish in the 
county, each parish having its own board. Primary Schools re- 
strict their efforts to a general education complete in itself if not 
ambitious^ One or two Primary Schools have Advanced Depart- 
ments, which may aim at preparing pupils for the Central Second- 
ary Schools. At present, however, the Supplementary course is 
more specially the objective of Primary Schools in rural districts. 
Its main purpose is to continue the education of pupils from the 
age of 12 up to 14 or 16 years, and to give them a sound general 
education, without languages. 

Considerable grants on average attendance, and in relief of 
fees, are paid by the Scottish Education Department. Any defici- 
ency in the education fund of each parish is met by assessment 
collected by the Parish Councils. 



Secondary Education. 

The County Education Committee 1 exist chiefly for the pur- 
pose of fostering Secondary and Technical Education in the 

i 113 



Education in Ross and Cromarty. 

County, and has the disbursement of large public funds for that 
purpose, distributed in the form of grants to recognised schools 
and of bursaries to certain selected pupils. Otherwise, under the 
Inspectorate as representing the Department, Secondary Educa- 
tion is administered in Ross-shire by the Parish School Boards, 
and the local education rate is more or less available, where re- 
quired, to supplement the deficiency in the Education Funds, to 
which there is paid considerable grants by the Department. 

The objective of Secondary Education, in practice, is the 
Intermediate leading up to the Full! Group Leaving Certificate, 
and the Secondary Schools form the bridge between the Primary 
Schools and the University. No pupil! need, in these days, leave 
the County in order to qualify for entrance to the University ; 
the work can be, and is, regularly overtaken with most success- 
ful results in several Central Secondary Schools. The preparation of 
Junior Students destined for the Training Colleges is also under- 
taken in Secondary Schools, of which several Schools are recogni- 
sed Centres for this work. The Education in these Secondary 
Schools affords a course of instruction hardly less advanced or im- 
portant, although lacking the advantages of University life and 
experience, than some years ago was attainable by a full course 
in the Faculty of Arts at the Universities. 

Average pupils should be qualified at the age of 13 to 14 to* 
enter the secondary school which starts with the Intermediate 
course leading up to the Intermediate Certificate. This should 
be taken in three sessions. The Full 1 Group Certificate usually 
requires at least other two sessions. For the Intermediate Cer- 
tificate at least four lower certificates are required ; for the 
Leaving Certificate four higher certificates or three higher certi- 
ficates and two lower are required. The Intermediate Course is 
accepted for the chemist's examination, and while not meantime 
recognised as a qualifying test, is equivalent to the requirements 
of banking examinations, and certain civil service examinations ; 
the Leaving Certificate qualifies for entrance to the University. 
and certain separate subject certificates are accepted in examina- 
tions in law. 

The Secondary Schools in Ross-shire recognised by the De- 
partment and by the County Education Committee are — 

Dingwall Academy, Secondary and Higher Grade Public 
School and Junior Student Centre. 

Tain Royal Academy, Higher Class Secondary School, and 
Junior Student Centre. 

Invergordon Academy, Secondary and Higher Grade Public 
School 1 and Junior Student Centre. 

114 



Education in Ross and Cromarty. 

Stornoway Nicolson Institute, Secondary and Higher Grade 
Public School and Junior Student Centre. 

The following Schools are also recognised as Higher Grade 
Schools : — 

Fortrose Academy Higher Grade Public School. 
Cromarty Higher Grade Public School. 
Ullapool Higher Grade Public School. 
Plockton Higher Grade Public School. 



Funds of the County Committee. 

The Ross-shire County Committee have a sum of about £10, 
000 to administer each year. Much of the money is ear -marked 
to specific purposes, such as fixed grants to Higher Grade Schools, 
while a very considerable sum is required for bursaries, medical 
inspection of schodls (half the cost of which is borne by the Com- 
mittee), and various other purposes. The balance unexpended at 
the end of the year should be allocated as a capitation grant-in- 
aid among the primary schools of the county. 



Grants to Recognised Centres. 

Under the Education Act which came into force in January, 
1909, certain grants are payable by the County Committee to 
recognised Secondary Schools, Junior Student Centres, and Inter- 
mediate Schools in the County, as above detailed. These grants 
or payments fall under two general headings. First, each of 
these schools is entitled to be recouped by the County Committee 
for the net deficit per pupil on all pupils in attendance for an 
intermediate or higher grade course, when the ordinary residence 
of such pupils is outwith the school board district (i.e., parish). 
In other words, under this Act, no pupil from any other parish 
attending a Higher Grade School can possibly cost the ratepayers 
of the parish the Higher Grade School of which they are attend- 
ing a single penny. Second, a grant is paid by the County Com- 
mittee to every recognised Higher Grade School equal to half the 
net ascertained deficit of the school less a sum equal to the pro- 
duct of a penny rate on the net assessable rental of the parish. 
For example : — 

Net deficit £300 

Deduct one-half ... ... 150 



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Education in Ross and Cromarty. 

These are the statutory grants ; other grants may be paid for 
exceptional reasons. 

Junior Students, i.e., students intending to qualify for the 
teaching profession by entrance to the Provincial Training Col- 
leges are instructed at Junior Student Centres. The course runs 
on lines differing somewhat from those followed in the Intermed- 
iate and Full Group Courses, certificates in both of which are de- 
manded. 

Bursaries to Pupils. — Bursaries are awarded by the Com- 
mittee for pupils in both the intermediate and higher grade 
course. Intermediate bursaries, so far as possible, are awarded 
to one pupil in each parish. The minimum value of the intermed- 
iate bursary, which is tenable for three years at least at a Higher 
Grade School 1 , is £3, but, in the case of those whose attendance 
entails continuous residence from home, the value hitherto has 
been not less than £15. So great is the financial strain on the 
Committee that serious retrenchment in the bursary scheme is 
imminent. Applicants must be 14 years of age (completed). 
These intermediate bursaries are open to pupils, among others, 
who aim at the intermediate stage of the leaving certificate ex- 
amination, with a view to seeking eventual nomination as Junior 
Students. 

Secondary Bursaries are open ("with a preference to Junior 
Students") to "pupils needing such aid, who, having gained the 
Intermediate Certificate, and being specially recommended by the 
teacher and managers, proceed to or continue at schools recognised 
by the Department " for the work of the full leaving certificate, or 
for various other defined educational courses. These secondary 
bursaries vary; the maximum amount hitherto has been £20. 
Bursars whose home is in the school centre receive about £3 ; 
those who travel to school daily get from £5 to £10 according to 
distance, &c. ; those who are in continuous residence from home 
may get up to £20. 

Pupils desirous of becoming bursars shoulld notify their head 
teachers early, and should communicate with the headmaster of 
the Central School they mean to attend. Applications for bur- 
saries should be made before the end of the Committee's year in 
March. 

Education in Ross and Cromarty. 

Special Bursaries instituted by Sir George D. Mackenzie, 
K.C.M.G., C.B.:— (1) The "Sir William Mackenzie Bursary" of 
£30 for three years and (2) The "Jessie Mackenzie, Inchvannie, 
Bursary" of £30 for three years. One bursary is confined to 
schools on the Western Mainland seaboard and the Lews, and the 

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Education in Ross and Cromarty. 

other to the rest of the county. The bursaries are open to boys 
and girls entering the University or Technical College with the 
view to graduating either in science or medicine. Particulars 
from Mr Alexander Ross, secretary, Dingwall. 

Highland Trust Bursaries. — The Trust for Education in High- 
lands and Islands award bursaries of value up to £15 per annum 
to a limited number of pupils under competitive examination. 
Competition is keen and the standard of examination is beyond 
the requirements of the Intermediate and not far short of the Full 
Group. Particulars may be obtained from the headmaster of any 
higher grade school. 

Ross-shire Victoria Jubilee Bursary. — The interest on a sum 
of slightly over £100. The busary originated with the Rev. Wal- 
lace Brown, Alness, who made the suggestion in the jubilee year 
of the late Queen Victoria in 1887, and who collected the money 
along with the members of the Ross-shire Branch of the Educa- 
tional Institute of Scotland. The examination arranged by 
the Ross-shire Branch of the E.I.S., is held each year on the first 
Saturday of July. Anyone who has been a pupil for a year or 
more of a school which contributed — there are forty — is eligible if 
under 13 years of age. The Bisset Memorial Medal — provided 
from a sum raised by the Branch in 1904 in memory of Mr 
Bisset, who was secretary for 23 years — is awarded annually along 
with the Bursary. 

Dingwall Academy Bursaries. — The Academy receives the 
revenue of (1) The Maclennan Trust and (2) The Reid and Mac- 
kenzie Trust, amounting approximately to £42 and £30 respec- 
tively per annum. The money is apportioned into bursaries of £5 
and £6 respectively, available for two or more years to pupils 
attending the Academy, and are competitive. 

Smaller bursaries are available at one or two parish schools. 

The total endowments in the county available for educational 
purposes yield an averagei revenue of £560, £99 of which is spent 
in bursaries, £72 of which being attached to Dingwall Academy. 

Tain Academy Bursaries. — Two Murray Memorial University 
Bursaries of the annual value of £20, open to pupils who have 
been one session in attendance at the Academy. 

One Donald Ross University Bursary, of the annual value of 
£30, open to boys, natives of Tain, who have been four consecu- 
tive Sessions in attendance at the Academy. 

Four Macleod School Bursaries of the annual value of £4 
each, awarded annually by competition, one to pupils entering 
each of Classes I., II., III., and IV. 

One Duff School Bursary of the annual value of £12, for a boy 
belonging to Tain whose parents cannot afford to pay for his higher 
education. 

School Boards. — Information as to School Boards will be found 
under the heading of Parish Information. 

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EDUCATIONAL COSTS IN ROSS-SHIRE 

(Calculated per Pupil of Actual Average Attendance). 



PAEISH. 



Adminis- 
tration. 



Maintenance. 



Teachers' 
Salaries. 



Other 

Expenses. 



Interest 

and 
Principal 
on Loans 



General 

Ex- 
penses. 



Total 
Averrf ge 
Cost per 

Pupil. 



Average 

Co=>t to 

Bates per 

Pupil. 



Alness 

Applecross .. 

Avoch 

Barvas 

Carnoch 

Contin 

Cromarty 

Dingwall 

Edderton 

Fearn 

Fodderty 

Oairloch 

Glenshiel 

Killearnan . . 
Kilmuir-East 

Kiltearn 

Kincardine .. 
Kinlochluic'rt 

Kintail 

Knock bain .. 

Lochalsh 

Lochbroom .. 
Lochcarron .. 

Lochs 

Logie-Easter 

Nigg 

Resolis 

Rosemarkie.. 

Rosskeen 

Stornoway .. 

Tain 

Tarbat 

Uig 

Urquhart 

Urray , 

Ross-shire . . 



All Scotland 

Caithness 

(Inverness 

j Orkney 

I Sutherland . . 

Shetland 



s. D. 
6 3 

3 11 
2 6 
2 9 

19 

8 5 
5 7 

5 4 
10 4 

2 

6 10 

5 7 
17 10 

4 9 

6 6 

6 8 

9 1 
9 8 

15 9 

3 8 

7 10 
6 3 

5 11 
3 2 



4 11 



3 4 

5 4 

3 5 

4 1 

6 9 
4 11 



4 5 



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LIST OF MEMBERS OF THE ROSS AND CROMARTY COUNTY 
COMMITTEE ON SECONDARY EDUCATION. 



Members appointed by School Boards — 

Stornaway — John) N. Anderson, Esq., Stornoway ; Angus 

Bain, Esq., Stornoway; W. J. Gibson, Esq., rector, 

Nicolson House, Stornoway. 
Dingwall — Duncan Davidson, Esq. of Tulloch, Tullocb Cottage, 

Dingwall. 
Rosemarkie — Miss Kennedy, Linwood, Fortrose. 
Tain Royal Academy — Sir Hector Munro of Foulis, Bart., 

Foulis Castle, Evanton. 
Lochbroom — James T. Henderson, Esq., Ivy Cottage, Ullapool. 
Rosskeen — John Macdonald, Esq., Invergordon. 
Lochalsh — Alex. Mackenzie, Esq., School Board member, 

Plockton. 
Cromarty — Jonathan Middleton, Esq., Davidston, Cromarty. 
Applecross — Finlay Macdonald, Esq., Shieldaig. 
Gairloch — John Maccaskill, Esq., Factor, Glen Cottage, 

Gahioch. 

Members appointed by the County Council — 

G. G. Macleod, Esq., Gledfield, Ardgay; Evan N. Burton- 
Mackenzie, Esq., Kilcoy Castle, Killearnan ; Major E. W. 
Blunt-Mackenzie, Castle Leod, Strathpeffer ; Angus 
Stewart, Esq., Zetville, Aultbea ; John Maclennan, Esq., 
Ardarroch, Lochcarron ; Murdoi Maclean, Esq., 25 Crom- 
wiell Street, Stornoway. ' 

Members appointed by Chairmen of School Boards — 

Black Isle — J. Douglas Fletcher, Esq. of Rosehaugh, Rose- 
haugh House, Avoch. 

Easter Ross — Rev. Charles Robertson, B.D., The Manse, 
Fearn ; John Gordon, Esq., Cullisse, Nigg. 

Lewis District, — Charles Orrock, Esq., Chamberlain of the 
Lews, Stornoway; Ranald Macdonald, Esq., headmaster, 
Carloway Public School, Stornoway; Rev. D. H. Morri- 
son, Stornoway. 

Mid Ross — Rev. Dr A. J. Maequarrie, The Manse, Ferin- 
tosh, Conon-Bridge ; Rev. W. L. Wallace Brown, Alness. 

South-Western — Rev. Finlay Macrae, Plockton. 

Appointed by Scotch Education Department — 

J. L. Robertson, Esq., H.M.C.I.S., Inverness; Wm. Menzies, 
Esq., H.M.I.S., D-ingwall; Dr Patrick, H.M.I.S., Elgin. 

Additional Members under par. 2 of Department's Minute — 

James McC. Duthie, Esq., Headmaster, Fodderty Public 
School, Fodderty; Rev. Rod. Morrison, U.F.C., Storno- 
way; F. Macdonald, Esq., Dingwall. 

Chairman of Committee — J. L. Robertson, H.M.C.I.S. 
Secretary of Committee — Alex. Ross, solicitor, Dingwall. 

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Bank Holidays, Fast Days, &c, in Ross-shire. 



Bank Holidays. 

New Year's Day — January 1. 
Good Friday — April 2 
Bank Holiday — May 3. 
Empire Day — May 24. 
Bank Holiday — £ ugust 2. 
Christmas — Dacembsr 25 

Local Holidays, Fast Days, &c, are invariably observed by Banks, bub, as 
a rule, business is transacted from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. 

Fast Days. 

Alness — Thursday before 4th. Sunday July and 3rd Sunday November. 

Avoch — Thursday before 3rd Sunday July and 2nd Sunday December. 

Contin — Thursday before 2nd Sunday March and July. 

Cromarty — Thursday before 1st Sunday July and December. 

Croick, Ardgay — Thursday before 1st Sunday August. 

Dingwall — Thursday before 1st Sunday February and August. 

Edderton — Thursday before 1st Sunday August. 

Fearn — Thursday before 2nd Sunday June and 1st Sunday November. 

Ferintosh (Urquhart and Logie- Wester)— Thursday before 1st Sunday March 

and 2nd Sunday August. 
Firtrose and Rosemarkie — Thursday before 1st Sunday February and August. 
Gairloch — Thursday before 4th Sunday July. 

Invergordon (Rosskeen) — 3rd Thursday June and 1st Thursday November. 
Kilmuir-Easter — Thursday before 2nd Sundaj 7 February and August. 
Kiltearn — Thursday before 4th Sunday June and 3rd Sunday of December. 
Killearnan — Thursday before 2nd Sunday July. 
Kincardine — Thursday before 3rd Sunday July. 
Kmlochluichart— Thursday before last Sunday October. 
Knockbain — Thursday before 4th Sunday June and 3rd Sunday November. 
Lochalsh — Thursday before 4th Sunday June. 

Lochbroom — Thursday before 2nd Sunday May and 3rd Sunday October. 
Logie-Easter — Thursday before 4th Sunday June and 1st Sunday December. 
Muir of Ord — Thursday before 1st Sunday July and 3rd Sunday November. 
Nigg -Thursday before 3rd Sunday June and November. 
Resolis Thursday before 3rd Sunday February and July. 
Stornoway — 3rd Thursday February, last Thursday August. 
Strathpeffer (Fodderty)— Thursday before last Sunday April and October. 
Tain — Thursday before 2nd Sunday July and November. 
Tarbat — Thursday before 1st Sunday July. 
Ullapool — Thursday before 1st Sunday September. 

Harvest Thanksgiving. — Presbyteries fixed under arrangement by 
Presbyterian bodies. 

Weekly Half-Holidays— Alness, Wednesday ; Dingwall, Thurs- 
day ; Invergordon, Wednesday ; Strathpeffer, Thursday ; Tain, Thursday ; 
Cromarty, Thursday. 

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Ross and Cromarty Territorial Force Association. 



The Association directs the organisation and recruiting of the Territorial 
Force of the County of Ross and Cromarty. The units administered are : — 
Yoemanry, 2nd Lovat Scouts (2 squadrons) ; Royal Artillery, North Scot. 
R.G.A. (1 company, Cromarty), Ross-shire Mountain Battery (Lochcarron), 
detachment at Storaoway ; Infantry, 4th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders 
(Dingwall). 

The Association is constituted as folio >vs : — President, The Lord-Lieuten- 
ant, Colonel Sir Hector Munro of Foulis, Bart., A.D.C. ; Chairman, Colonel 
Stewart-Mackenzie of Seaforth ; vice-Chairman, Captain A. Stirling of 
Stratbgarve. 

Military Members.— Major Cuthbert, Achindunie, Alness; Captain 
J. M. Duncan, Dingwall; Lieut.-Col. H. M. Fraser, V.D., Tain; Major 
Munro Ferguson, Assynt House, Novar, Evanton ; Major C. J. Murray of 
Lochcarron ; Colonel Warrand of Ryefield, Conon - Bridge ; Major J. Ross, 
V.D., Cromarty; Second-Lieutenant J. Forbes, Lovat Scouts Yeomanry. 

Count/ Council Representative Members. — J. N. Anderson, 
Stornoway ; Captain Finlayson, Dingwall ; J. Douglas Fletcher of Rosehaugh ; 
W. Macdonald, Rootfield ; Major E. W. Blunt-Mackenzie. 

Co-opted Members.— Major A. Campbell, V.D., R.G.A. ; Major C. 
L. D. Monro of Allan ; Provost Henderson, Dingwall. 

Secretary. — (interim) Captain A. Opp^nheim, Cromarty House. 

The Association meets on same day as Ross-shire County Council, at 9.15 
a.m., in the County Conv T ening-Room, Dingwall. All funds for units under 
Association are disbursed by Association, which is responsible to the War Office 
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CHURCHES. 



Synods. 

Synod of Ross— Church of Scotland — meets at Dingwall on third Tuesday 
of April. Embraces Presbyteries of Chanonry, Dingwall, and Tain. Clerk — 
Rev. Dr A. J. Macquarrie, Ferintosh, Conon- Bridge. 

U.F. Synod of Moray and Ross meets as arranged on third Tuesday of 
April. Embraces Presbyteries of Abernethy, Elgin, Forres, and Nairn, Inver- 
ness, Chanonry, Dingwall and Tain. Clerk— Rev. A M. Macleod, Rothiemur- 
chus, Aviemore. 

Free Church Synod of Ross meets third Tuesday of April. Clerk, Rev. 
J. Macdonald, Rosskeen. 

Presbyteries. 

Church of Scotland — Dingwall, meets at Dingwall last Wednesday of 
March and November, and first Wednesday of May. Clerk — Rev. E A. 
Rankin, Kilmorack. Tain meets at Tain second Tuesday of March and first 
Tuesday of April, October, and December. Clerk — Rev. Colin Macnaughton, 
Tain Chanonry meets at Fortrose last Tuesday of January, March, and 
November and first Tuesday of May and October. Clerk, Rev. A. J. Mac- 
donald, Killearnan. Lochcarron— Clerk — Rev. Alex Mactaggart, Glenelg. 

United Free Church -Dingwall meets second Wednesday of each month. 
Clerk — Rev. James Johnstone, Strathpeffer. Tain meets first Wednesday of 
each month. Chanonry — No fixed date. Clerk — Rev. James Macleod, 
Munlochy. 

Free Church — Dingwall— Clerk — Rev. Donald Munro, Ferintosh, Conon- 
Bridge. Chanonry — Clerk — Rev. Finlay Macrae, Plockton. 

Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland— Northern Presbytery— Clerk —Rev. 
J. R. Macrae, Inverness. Western Presbytery — Clerk — Rev. Neil Macintyre, 
Glendale. 

Episcopal Church of Scotland. 

United Diocese of Moray, Ross, and Caithness —Bishop — Right Rev A. J. 
Maclean, D. I)., Eden Court, Inverness. Dean — Very Rev. W. Hay Wilson, 
M.A., Dingwall; Synod Clerk -Rev L. M. Hay-Dinwoodie, Elgin. 

Roman Catholic Church. 

Diocese of Aberdeen — Bishop— Right Rev. ^Eneas Chisholm, D.D. , LL.D., 
19 Golden Square, Aberdeen. The Priest at Dingwall (Father Auer) serves 
from Dingwall north to Wick, etc 

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ROSS-SHIRE GENERAL COUNTY INFORMATION. 



Seaforth Sanatorium. 

Founders, Colonel) and Mrs Stewart-Mackenzie of Seaforth ; 
Medical Superintendent, Dr Maclean. Accommodation, 24 beds. 
Admission by nomination, a limited number of beds being allocated 
to the mainland and the Lews and patients being only residents 
in the County. Patients are accepted in the earlier stages of pul- 
monary consumption on recommendation of medical men, subject 
to the approval of medical superintendent. No charge is made. 
The Sanatorium is maintaiDed by the Founders, who retain con- 
trol during their lifetime, land have provided for a permanent con- 
stitution and complete endowment for all time coming. Situated 
at Bakerhill, Maryburgh, Dingwall, on Brahan Estate. Opened 
1908. 



Ross-shire Branch Educational Institute. — President, John 
Forbes, F.E.I.S., Munlochy; representative on General Council, A. 
Poison, Nigg; secretary, J. McC. Duthie, Fodderty, Strathpeffer. 

Ross-shire Branch S.P. Cruelty to Children. — Secretary, Cap- 
tain Finlayson, Dingwall. Inspector, John Mackay, Dingwall. 

Ross-shdre Branch S.P. Cruelty to Animals. — Secretary, Rev. 
J. R. Macpherson, Dingwall. Inspector, A. Boa, Dingwall. 

Wester Ross Farmers' Society. — President, J. C. Robertson, 
Fodderty ; vice-President, Captain Mackenzie-Gillanders of High- 
field ; secretary and treasurer, James Cumming, Dingwall. 

Easter Ross Farmers' Club. — President, J. A. Brooke, of Mid 
Fearn ; secretary, G. Gill, Commercial Bank, Tain. 

Black Isle Farmers' Club. — President, Colonel Ross of Cro- 
marty; secretary, J. Mann, Burnfarm, Avoch. 

Ross-shire Crofters' Club. — President, Major Cuthbert, Ach- 
indunie ; secretary and treasurer, Robert Calder, Commercial 
Bank, Alness. 

Ross-shire' and Northern Counties Squirrel Club. — Secretary, 
Arthur H. Duncan, solicitor, Dingwall. A combination of north- 
ern proprietors for 1 the purpose of keeping down squirrel pest. 

Ross-shire Clydesdale Horse-Breeding Association. — Secretary, 
vacant . 

Wester Ross and Alnjess Agricultural Co-operative Society, 
Ltd., Dingwall. — President, W. F. Gunn, Strathpeffer; secretary, 
John Beaton. 

Ardross Agricultural Co-operative Society. — Secretary, A. G. 
Ross, Millcraig, Alness. 

Northern Pastoral Club. — Holds exhibition of hill sheep at 
Dingwall in September. Open to North of Scotland. Secretary, 
Peter Maooallum, auctioneer, Dingwaill. 

Ross-shire Horticultural Society. — Hon. President, Duncan 
Davidson of Tullcich ; President, Provost Henderson, Dingwall; 
secretary, George Macrae, Church Street, Dingwall; treasurer, 
Duncan Wemyss, County Buildings, Dingwall. 

Ross-shire District Lodge, I.O.G.T.— D.C.T John Skene, 
Invergordon; D.S.J.W., Archd. M. Denoon, Nigg Station; D.E.S., 
Alex. Fraser, Tain; D. Secretary, J. T. Pope, Dingwall. 

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Ross-shire General County Information. 

Ross Memorial Hospital, Dingwall. — Secretary, James Mac- 
lennan, sheriff clerk ; treasurer, J. M. Duncan, National Bank ; 
collector, W. Skinner, Dingwall ; Matron, Miss Cross, The 
Hospital, Dingwall. 

County Curling Association. — President, Sir Hector Munro of 
Fouils; secretary, Mr Forbes, merchant, Muir of Ord. 

Northern Bowling League Association. — President, Alick Ross, 
Beauly ; secretary, Captain Finlayson, Dingwall. Clubs affiliated, 
Dingwall, Tain, Alness, Beauly, and Invergordon. 

Ross County Cricket Club .—-President, A. Wallace, Spa Hotel, 
Strathpeff er ; secretary, W. Wilkde, postmaster, Strathpeffer. 

Ross and Cromarty Licensing Trade Defence Association. — 
Secretary, T. S. H. Burns, solicitor, Dingwall. 

Glasgow Ross and Cromarty Benevolent Association. — Presid- 
ent, William N. Simpson ; vice-president, John Mackenzie ; hon. 
secretary, Hector Fraser; hon. treasurer, W. R. Munroi, Glasgow. 

Edinburgh Ross and Cromarty Association. — President, Sir 
Kenneth Mackenzie of Gairioch ; vice-President, Robert Allan •, 
secretary, G. P. T. Macrae, 12 Warrender Park Terrace; treasurer, 
W. R, Macdonald, C.A., 10 Stafford Street. 

London Ross and Cromarty and Sutherland Association. — Pre- 
sident, Sir Arthur Bignold; hon. secretary, W. J. Smith, 66 Gains- 
ford Street, Horselydown Lane, London, S.E. 

Freemasons. — Provincial Grand Lodge of Ross and Cromarty. 
— P.G.M., Sir Arthur Mackenzie of Coul, Bart. ; P.G.D.M., Alex- 
ander Naughty, Dingwall; P.G.S.M., Major Cuthbert, Achin- 
dunie; P.G. Secy., James dimming, Fairfield, Dingwall. Pro- 
vincial Chapter Royal Arch — Grand Superintendent, Sir Arthur 
Mackenzie of Coul, Bart. ; P.G.D.Z., Alexander Naughty, Ding- 
wall; Scribe N., D. M. Watt, Dingwall. 

Sir Kenneth Mackenzie of Gairloeh, Nurses Homes, Conon- 
Bridge. Endowed and publicly supported as home for trained 
nurses. Superintendent — Miss Macgregor, Conon-Bridge. 

Ross and Cromarty Unionist Association. — President, Colonel 
Mackenzie of Ord ; secretary, W. R. T. Middleton, solictor, Ding- 
wall; organising secretary, G. F. Sinclair, Henderson's Buildings, 
Dingwall. 

Ross-shire Liberal Association. — President, Count de Serra 
Largo of Tar'logie; secretary, A. Ross, solicitor, Dingwall. 

Conon Fishery Board for regulation of fisheries in Conon and 
estuary of Cromarty Firth. — Secretary, W. R. T. Middleton, solici- 
tor, Dingwall. 

Red Cross Society. — President, Mrs StewartrMackenzie of Sea- 
f orth ; secy., Duncan Davidson of Tulloch ; director, Captain 
Finlayson, Dingwall. 

Ross-shire Boy Scouts' Association. — Hon. President, Sir Hec- 
tor Munro of Foulis ; president, Seaforth ; secretary, Wester Ross, 
Captain Finlayson, Dingwall; Easter Ross, Captain Mackenzie of 
Dalmore. 

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ROSS-SHIRE BURGH INFORMATION. 



DINGWALL. 

A Royal Burgh, holding its charter from the thirteenth century. The 
County town of Ross and Cromarty, and railway centre on mainline of High- 
land Hailway, with line to Lochalsh for Western Isles, and branch to Strath- 
peffer. 

Centre of civil and ecclesiastical courts for the district ; seat of the County 
Council and of Mid Ross District Committee ; headquarters of 4th Seaforth 
Highlanders, and locale of the Ross-shire Territorial Field Force association. 
Headquarters of Ross-shire Constabulary and seat of principal prison on the 
mainland. 

Unites with Tain, Cromarty, Dornoch, Wick, and Kirkwall in returning 
Member of Parliament foi Northern Burghs. M. P.— Robert Munro, K.C., 
Lord Advocate, Edinburgh. 

Burghal.— Population 1911, 2639. Constituency— male, 480 ; female, 127; 
total, 607. Parliamentary constituency, 457. Valuation of burgh, £13,364 
railways, £683 ; gross, £14,047. 

Parish — Population, 2898 Valuation (landward), £4143 ; railways, £115 ; 
gross, £4258 

Markets. — Wednesday is the principal sale day in Dingwall. There are 
two cattle markets — D. Mackintosh & Co, of Dingwall, Ltd., and Maccallum 
Bros. Special Sales are held, the chief of which are great sheep and store cattle 
sales, in the autumn and winter, usually on Thursdays. The o d grain market 
was Friday ; Wednesday is now the recognised day. An enormous stock sale 
trade is done in Dingwall, the importance of which has greatly increased in recent 
years. 

Courts. 

Sheriff Court— Sheriff-Substitute Wm. Harvey, M.A., LL.B., advocate. 
Sits on Tuesday for Criminal and on Friday for civil causes. Full particulars 
under County Information. 

Burgh Police Court — Sits as required. Magistrates preside under arrange- 
ment. Burgh Prosecutor — Alex. Ross, solicitor; Clerk. «lex. I ewar, solicitor. 

J. P. Court— Sits as required. J. P. Fiscal— W. R. T. Middleton, solicitor. 
Clerk — Alex. Dewar. 

Solicitors. — Alexander Dewar and William Dewar, Town House ; Duncan 
& Duncan (W. J. Duncan and Arthur H. Duncan), Park House ; Alexander 
Ross, Tulloch Street ; W. R. T. Middleton, North- of Scotland and Town and 
County Bank, High Street; T. S. H. Burns, M.A., LL.B., Park Street. 

Town Council.- Meets second Monday of every Month at 12 noon. Pro; 
vost, Alex Henderson ; Senior Bailie, G. Maccallum ; Junior Bailie, John Grigor, 
Dean of Guild, G. F. Sinclair ; Treasurer, T. S. H. Burns ; Councillors, Norman 
Macrae, J. G. Russell, James Mackenzie, painter, James Maclennan, insur- 
ance agent; Hector Crawford, draper; Hugh Ross, John Mackay, 0. T. 
Wassell, and Wm. Macdonald— one vacancy. Town Clerk, Alexander 
Dewar. Depute Town Clerk W. S Dewar. Town Chamberlain and Trea- 
surer, Robert Munro. Burgh Assessor, Akx. Roes. Acting Harbourmaster, 
R. Munro. M.O.H., Dr Farquhar Macrae, Alness. Veterinary Inspector, 
J. Gair, Conon-Bridge. Sanitary inspector, A. C. Joass. Burgh Surveyor, 
A. C. Joass. Water Inspector— D. Mackenzie. Burgh Officers, D. Fraser, 
Warden Street, and James Ross. 

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Burgh Information of Dingwall. 

Parish Council. — Inspector, R. Munro, Town House. (See 
Parish Information) . 

Dingwall School Board. — Chairman, Duncan Davidson of Tul- 
loch; Dr Bruce, Alexander Naughty, Wm. Macdonalld, Rev. N. 
Campbell, and Dr Galbraith, one vacancy. Clerk — James Cum- 
ming, county collector. 

Dingwall Academy. — Rector, F. Macdonald, M.A. 

General Information. 

Churches. — Parish Church, Rev. J. R. Macpherson ; U.F. 
Church, Rev. Ranald Macdonald; Free Church, Rev. Norman 
Campbell; Fre9 Presbyterian Church, Rev. D. Macfarlane; St. 
James' Episcopal Church, Rev. Dean Hay Wilson; Roman Catholic 
Chapel, Rev. Father Avier. 

Y.M.C.A. — President, Alex. Mackenzie; vice-president, John 
Macdonalld; secretary, John Macf arquhar ; treasurer, A. Mac- 
kenzie. 

Y.W.C.A. — President, Miss Macdonald, U.F.C. Manse; secre- 
tary and treasurer, Nurse Pyle. Meets Thursdays. 

Dingwall Ladies'' (Benevolent) Association. — President, Mrs 
Davidson of Tulloch ; vice-president, Mrs Mackibben ; secretary, 
Mrs Priggen, The Gables ; treasurer, Mrs Pender Smith. 

Dingwall District Nursing Association. — President, Dowager 
Lady Mackenzie, Balavil; secretary, Miss Macgregor, Nurses 
Homes, Comon. 

Ross Memorial Hospital. — Matron, Miss Cross ; treasurer, 
J. M. Duncan, banker. 

Public Halls. — Masonic Hall, seated for 500, Smaller Hall also 
available; R. Munro, Town House, secretary; D. Fraser, hall- 
keeper. Carnegie Hall, seated for 400, Smaller Hall, also avail- 
able ; Alexander Dewar, Town Clerk, secretary. Temperance Hall, 
seated for 150. 

Banks. — National Bank, J. M. Duncan, agent; Bank of Scot- 
land, High Street Branch, T. Hewitt, agent ; Bank of Scotland, 
Tulloch Street Branch, Mr Dingwall, agent; North of Scotland and 
Town and County Bank, W. R. T. Middleton, agent ; Commercial 
Bank, Simon Macdonald and J. H. Allan, joint agents. 

Medical Practitioners. — Wm. Bruce, M.D., LL.D. (consultant), 
The Castle; Dr J. Pender Smith, Castle Street; J. J. Galbraith, 
M. D., Park Street; J. Broadfoot, Castle Street. Chemists— 
Dewar & Hay, J. F. Hunter, J. M. Frew. Dentists — Dewar & 
Hay, A. Anderson, L.D.S., H. Ball Emmison. 

Unionist Association. — President, Alexander Naughty, J.P. ; 
secretary, T. S. H. Burns, solicitor. 

Liberal Association. — President, Hector Crawford ; secretary, 
Alex. Ross, solicitor. 

Freemasons. — Fingal Lodge, No. 318 — Hugh Ross, R.W.M. ; 
R. Munro, treasurer; J. H. Allan, Commercial Bank, Dingwall, 
secretary. Royal Arch — P.Z., Donald Mackenzie, plumber; Scribe 
N., J. Cumming. 

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Burgh Information of Dingwall. 

Oddfellows.— N.I. O.O.F.— Star of Ross-shire, No. 1069 N.G., 
John Macmillan ; G. Mackenzie,, secretary; treasurer, Thomas 
Macdonald. 

Hope of Dingwall Lodge, I.O.G.T. — Office-Bearers elected 
quarterly. 

Dingwall District Women's Unionist Association. — President, 
Mrs Davidson of Tulloch ; secretary, Mrs Crawfurd Priggen, The 
Gables. 

Dingwall Burgh Women's Unionist Association. — President,, 
Mrs Henderson, The Retreat; joint secretaries, Mrs Burns, The 
Moorlands, Miss Smith, Rosemont. 

B.W.T.A. — Dingwall Branch — President, Mrs W. Adam, 
Humberston ; secretary, Misis Mackintosh, The Repository, 
Dingwall. 

Poultrj' and Cage Bird Society. — President, G. Maccalium, 
Ben Vraggie; secretary, W. Sinclair, Athole Court. 

Dingwall Cuiiing Club. — President, W. R. T. Middle! on ; secre- 
tary, W. Mackenzie, Blinkbonny; treasurer, James Cumming. 
Skips — W. J. Duncan, Alex. Dewar, J. Cumming, A. M. Macin- 
tyre, Alexander Naughty, Charles Urquhart. 

Dingwall Bowling Club. — President, William Shaw ; vice- 
president, T. S. H. Burns; secretary, F. G. Jackson, Station Road; 
treasurer, R. Brodie. 

Lawn Tennis Club. — President, J. H. Allan; secretary, Mr 
D. D. Davidson, Park Strieet. 

Football. — Victoriai — President, F. W. Urquhart; vice-presid- 
ent, Hugh Ross; secretary, D. Wemyss, County Buildings. 

Boy Scouts. — Scoutmaster, Sergeant Smith, Academy. 

National Memorial to General Sir Hector Macdonald, Mitchell 
Hill, Dingwall. Caretaker, Mrs Macnaughton, Park House, Ding- 
wal. 

Newspapers. — "The Ross-shire Journel " (Fridays), "The 
North Star" (Thursdays), " The Highland Leader " (Thursdays). 

Postmaster. — George Mackie. 
St ationm aster. — J. Riach. 
Station Cabs. — Donald Macrae, horse hirer. 
Inland Revenue. — A. J. Cheeper, supervisor. 
Registrar and Session Clerk. — Alexander Dewar, Town Clerk, 
Fiars Court. — James Maclennan, County Buildings, clerk. 
Billposter. — Donald Frasier, Warden Street. 

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Burgh Information of Dingwall. 
Holidays, &c. 

Holidays, Fast Days, &c, observed in Dingwall and recognised as 
fulfilling requirements of Factory and Workshops Acts : — 

New Year's Day. 

Two Fast Days — Thursdays before first Sundays of February and 
August. 

Spring General Holiday — 3rd Monday of April. 

Victoria. Day — 3rd Monday in May. 

Summer Holiday — 3rd Monday of July. . 

Harvest Thanksgiving — Second Thursday in December. 

Christmas Day. 

Weekly Half Holiday — Thursdays from 1 p.m. 



TAIN. 

The population in 1911 was 1599. The burghal constituency 
(1912-13) is — males, 324, and females, 141 — 465. Parliamentary 
constituency, 324. Vialuatictm of burgh, £7899. 

Town Council. — Provost James Miaitland; Bailies Robertson, 
W. W. Mackay, and J. Urquhart ; Treasurer W. J. Munro; Dean 
of Guild W. Ross; Councillors, Dr Mackenzie, A. F raiser, Robert 
Ross, Jamies Rose, George Gunn, A. D. Bethune, A. Macduff Ross, 
J. G. Macgregor, and D. Maeleod ; Town Clerk, J. S. Cormack. 
Town Chamberlain, W. J. Maed'oinald, Sheriff Clerk. Burgh In- 
spector, Mr Sangster. Collector of Rates, Mr J. S. Cormack. 
Sanitary Inspector and Sanitary Officer, Mr D. Cameron. 

School Board. — Rev. Colin Macnaugbton, chairman; W. Ross, 
jeweller; W. Ross, baker; D. Macculloch, W. W. Mackay; two 
vacancies. Clerk, James Munroi, solicitor, King Street. Teach- 
ers — Inver, J. Graham; Tain, W. R. M'Craeken. 

Parish Council (Landward) — W. W. Mackay, Tain; W. J. 
Mackenzie, Hartmount; J. G. Macgregor, King Street; William 
Ross, Moss Road. Burgh Ward — W. Ross, Rev. C. Macnaughton, 
Donald Maeleod, Provost Maitland, and James Melrose. Insp., 
James Munro. 

Sheriff Court. — Sheriff Substitute William Harvey, advocate. 
Ordinary and Small Debt Courts held every Wdnesday, except dur- 
ing vacation. Sheriff Clerk Depute, W. J. Macdonald; P.F., W. 
T. Mactavish; depute fiscal, Colin L. Mackenzie. Full particulars 
under County Information. 

General Information. 

Churches. — Parish Church, Rev. C. Macnaughton; United 
Free Church, Rev. D. F. Mackenzie, M.A., B.D. ; Free Presby- 
terian Church, Wm. Matheson, student ; Free Church (vacant) ; 
Episcopal Church, Rev. Angus Cameron. 

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Burgh Information of Tain. 

Tain Royal Academy. — Committee of Management — Rev. C. 
Macnaughton, chairman; W. T. Mactavish, secretary; A. H. 
Hutt, rector. 

Registrar . — Vacant. 

Town Hall. — J. S. Cormack, Town Clerk, secretary and 
treasurer. 

Easter Ross Poorhouse Union. — Chairman, D. Macleod, mer- 
chant; secretary, Wm. J. Maicdonald, accountant; governor, 
John Fraser. 

St Duthus Lodge of Oddfellows. — G.M., W. Fraser; secretary, 
M. Macdonald. 

Sib Duthus Bowling Club. — President, Donald Ross; secre- 
tary, W. R. M'Ctfacken, schoolmaster. 

St Duthus Golf Club.— President, Fred. Shoolbred of Kilder- 
moirie; captain, W. J. Munro; secretary, C. Mackenzie, solicitor. 

Easter Ross Lawn Tennis Club. — Secretary, Miss 0. Fraser, 
May field, Tain. 

Tain and District Nursing Association. — Secretary, Miss: Mac- 
pherson, Laturel Bank. 

St Duthus Lodge of Freemasons. — R.W.M., James Munro; 
secretary, Alex. Rolss. 

Tain and Easter Ross Royal Arch Chapter, No. 63. — 1st Prin- 
cipal, James Munro; Scribe E., Alex. Ross. 

Auction Mart. — Sales every Friday; W. & TV. Mackay, 
auctioneers. 

INVERGORDON. 

Town Council. — John Macdonald, Provost; John Sandison, 
senior bailie; D. A. Mi. Ross, junior bailie; J. Ross, J. A. Ross, 
W. G. Paterson, R. J. Macintosh, A. W. Brook, and R. W. Mac- 
leod of Cadboll, councillors. Clerk and treasurer, W. George. 
Burgh surveyor and sanitary inspector, John Ross. Medical 
officer of health (Public Health Act), Dr Macrae, Alness. 

Parish Council. — Inspector, W. George. (See Rosskeen Parish 
Information) . 

School Board. — Clerk and treasurer, W. George. 

Churches. — Established Church of Scotland, Rev. George Mac- 
donald, B.D.; Invergorden United Free Church, Rev. Andrew 
Douglas ; Rosskeen United Free Church, Rev. John Ross ; Ross- 
keen Free Church, Rev. John Macdonald. 

Academy. — Rector, Alex. MaemiUlan, M.A. 

Freemasons. — Ness Lodge of Freemasons, No. 888. — R.W.M., 
Jnoi. Robertson, High Street; secretary, P. C. Gaskin, High St. 
Royal Arch — Scribe N., Major Brook. 

Literary Society. — Hon. President, Captain Macleod of Cad- 
boll ; secretary, P. Gaskin ; treasurer, J. Fraser. 

Bowling Club. — President, S. Rose ; secretary and treasurer, 
J. R. Soroggie, Commercial Bank. 

Tenmis Club. — Hon. joint secretaries, Miss Macdonald and Mr 
Mustard. 

Boating Glub. — President, Captain Macleod of Cadboll; secre- 
tary, John Fraser, Commercial Bank ; treasurer, John Robertson, 
North of Scotland Bank. 

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FORTROSE (ROSEMARKIE). 

Town Council. — Provost, J. M. Stuart; Bailies, J. Murray, 
A. Fraser, A. Macdonald; Dean of Guild, J. Hossack ; Treasurer, 
Roderick Maclennan ; Councillors, J. Sutherland, K. Maerlaie, W. 
Maciver, J. Wilson, J. Maciver, W. Young, J. Mackenzie, J. 
Mackenzie, G. Scopes ; Town Clerk, John Henderson ; Chamber- 
lain and Collector, W. W. Gillanders ; burgh officer, Alexander 
Watson; burgh meter, A. Cheyne; collector of petty customs, A. 
Watson ; assessor of lands and heritages, Mr Emm, Inverness ; 
medical officer, Dr Wm. Maclean, Maryburgh Cottage, Conon- 
Bridge; auditor, W. J. Macdonald; sanitary inspector, A. Cheyne ; 
assistant sanitary inspector, Sergt. Mackay. 

Parish Council. — Burghal — Provost J. M. Stuart, chairman ; 
John Hossack, K. Macrae, Alex. Fraser, James Murray. Land- 
ward — K. Grigor, farmer, Weston, chairman; J. Sutherland, mil- 
ler; A. D. Munro, Beilmungie; W. Brown, Muirhead ; A. Mac- 
iver, Greenside. Inspector of Poor, W. W. Gillanders. Collector, 
W. W. Gillanders. Medical officer, Dr Cameron. 

School Board. — Chairman, Allan Macdonald. Clerk and trea- 
surer, J. Henderson. 

Schools. — Fortrose Academy, Kenneth Macleod, rector. 
Roseuiarkie Public School, Miss E. C. Fraser. Infant School, Fort- 
rose, Miss Mlaekie. 

Harbour Trustees. — The Magistrates and Town Council act as 
Harbour Trustees under the Fortrose Pier and Harbour Order, 
1879. Harbour and shore master, Alex. Cheyne. 

Sheriff Circuit Small Debt Courts. — Circuit Small Debt Courts 
are held quarterly by the Sheriff -Substitute of Dingwall. Sheriff 
Clerk Depute, John Smith, Fortrose. 

Churches. — E.C., Rosemarkie, Rev. R. S. Masterton, M.A. ; 
quoad sacra, Fortrose, Rev. W. Simpson; U.F.C., Rev. Kenneth 
Maclennan; St Andrew's Episcopal, Rev. Canon Spence Ross. 

Black Isle Farmers' Society. — See County General Informa- 
tion. 

Registrar. — D. Cunningham. 

Medical Practitioners. — Dr Cameron and Dr Brodie. 

Bank of Scotland. — Allan Macdonald, agent; J. Hallie, teller. 

Golf Cilub. — Captain, Rev. J. Dow, Muniloichy; vice-captain, 
W. S. Grant; secretary, J. Robertson; treasurer, J. Hallie. 

Rosemarkie Coal and Clothing Club. — Mrs Douglass, secre- 
tary ; Allan J. Cameron, treasurer. 

Black Isle Horticultural Society. — President, W. S. Geddie ; 
convener of committees, W. S. Geddie, Fortrose; treasurer, W. 
D. Mitchell, Fortrose; secretary, Alex. Junor, Avoch. Industrial 
Section — Convener, Mrs St Quintin, Kincurdy ; secretary, Mrs 
Douglass, St Katharine's, Fortrose; treasurer, Mrs Douglass. 

Masonic Lodge (" Seaforth " 854).— R.W.M., J. Murray; 
secretary, J. M. Stuart; treasurer, W. S. Geddie. 

136 



Burgh Information of Fortrose. 

Progressive Lodge of Good Templars. — Lodge Deputy, K. 
Grigor ; secretary, Mary Macrae. 

Chanonry L>odgie> of Oddfellows. — G.M., George Macf arlane ; 
chaplain, Rev. Canon Spence Ross; N.G., Hugh Macdonald ; 
secretary, J. Scopes. 

Chanonry Curling Club. — President, Colonel Macdonald Smith; 
secretarv, W. S. Grant; treasurer, J. M. Stuart. 



CROMARTY. 



Town Council. — Provost, James Ross ; Bailies, Hugh Macleod 
and James Reid ; Councillors, J. W. Grant, Peter Hay, Alex. 
Mackenzie, Jas. M. Couper, Alex. Hossaek, and Alex. Maclean. 
Town Clerk, D. M. Junor; sanitary inspector, A. H. Mackenzie; 
burgh officer, Sergeant Hume; burgh assessor and registrar, A. 
H. Mackenzie. Mi.O.H., Dr Johnstone, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H. 

Parish Council. — Landward Committee, Peter Hay, chairman; 
Jonathan Middleton, W. S. Stevenson, Alex. Mackenzie, F. A. 
Middleton. Burghal Ward — James Ross, A. Maclean, Hugh Mac- 
leod, M. Grant, Jas. M. Couper, Jas. Reid. Chairman of Parish 
Council, Jonathan Middleton. Inspector, collector, and clerk, 
Thomas Gaskifll. Medical officer, Dr D. Johnstone. 

School Board J. Middleton, chairman. Messrs P. Hay, J. 

M. Couper, M. Grant, and A. E. Mackenzie. Clerk, A. H. Mac- 
kenzie. Treasurer, Jas. Ross. 

Schools. — Cromarty Public School, David Malcolm, M.A., 
headmaster ; Peddieston, W. S. Stevenson, headmaster. 

Churches.— E.C., Rev. W. Scott, M.A. ; U.F.C., Rev. Ales. 
Maclean, M.A. ; Episcopal Church, Rev. Mr Robinson. 

Harbour Trustees. — Colonel W. C. Ross of Cromarty ; the 
Provost and Senior Bailie of Cromarty ; the Member of Parlia- 
ment for the Burgh, and the Sheriff of the County. Harbour- 
master, Gilbert Fnaser; clerk, Don. M. Junor. 

Literary Society. — Hon. President, Rev. A. Maclean ; hon. 
secretary, Mr G. Mackenzie; hon. treasurer, Mr A. E>. Mackenzie. 

Hotels. — Royal Hotel, Cromarty Arms Hotel, Commercial 
Hotel, Temperance Hotel. 

Banks. — Bank of Scotland, agent, Murdo Grant; Commercial 
Bank, agent, Jas. Ross. 

Medical Practitioner.— Dr D. Johnstone, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H. 

Robertson Lodge of Freemasons (No. 34) . — Peter Hav, 
R.W.M. ; W. V. Neill, secretary. 

Tennis Club. — Vacant, president; N. M. Paterson, secretary; 
W. V. Neill, treasurer. 

Curling Club. — Pre'sident, Coll. Ross, C.B. ; secrtetary, D. 
Junor; treasurer, M. Grant. 

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Cromarty Burgh Information. 

Golf Club. — President, Col. Ross, C.B. ; secretary and trea- 
surer, A. Malvenan. 

Amenity Society. — President, Mrs Ross of Cromarty ; secre- 
tary, J. Bain; treasurer, Alex. Maclean. 

Liberal Association. — Hon. President, Robert Munro, K.C., 
M.P., Lord Advocate; hon. secretary and treasurer, G. Mackenzie. 

Cromarty Steamship Coy., Ltd. — Manager and secretary, J. 
Bain. 

Hugh Miller Institute. — Miss Mann, librarian ; John Mac- 
lennan, caretaker. 

Postmaster. — W. G. Singer. 

Sheriff Clerk Depute. — A. H. Mackenzie. 

Fishery Officer. — A. E. Mackenzie. 

Cromarty Lifeboat Station. — Hon. secy., Col. Ross, C.B. ; 
coxswain, James Reid. 

Northern Counties Territorial Force Association. — Secretary f 
Colonel Ross, C.B. ; offices, Factory Buildings. 

Y.M.C.A. Naval Institute. — General secretary, Jas. Mac- 
kenzie, 1 North St Andrew Street, Edinburgh ; local manager, Mr 
Simpson. 



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Churches. — Parish Church, Rev. J. G. Nicolson, B.D.; Free 
Church, Rev. Wiliam Fraser; U.F. Church, Rev. James John- 
stonei; St Anne's Episcopal Church, Rev. Dean Hay Wilson, Ding- 
wall; R.C. Church (Dingwall), Father Aver. 

Medical. — Dr Bruce (consultant) , Strathpeffer and Dingwall; 
Dr E. H. Duncan, Strathpeffer; Dr H. Kaye, do 1 .; Dr Broadfoot, 
Strathpeffer and Dingwall ; Dr Smith, Strathpeffer and Dingwall ; 
Dr Douglas, StrathpefBer. Chemist — T. Well wood Maxwell. 

Bank. — Branch from Dingwall of Bank of Scotland, Mr Ding- 
wall, agent (in season only) . 

Post Office, Money Orders, and Telegrams. — W. Wilkie, post- 
master. 

Registrar. — Hugh Beaton, Richmond House. 

Session Clerk. — J. McC. Duthie, Schoolhouse, Fodderty, 
Dingwall. 

Telephone Exchange. — Post Office. 

Stationmaster. — J. Campbell. 

Strathpeffer Spa Ltd. — Resident Pavilion, secretary. 

Strathpeffer Highland Games. — J. McC. Duthie and T. A 
Dalling, joint-secretaries. 

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Strathpeffer Spa Information. 

Strathpeffer Golf (Hub.— Captain, Sheriff Hay MacWatt ; hon. 
secretary, Dr Duncan ; hon. treasurer, W. R. T. Middleton. 

The Garden Club. — Rooms, u The Pavilion." Secretary, 
Resident . 

Ross County Cricket Club. — A. Wallace, captain; W. Wilkie, 
postmaster, hon. secretary and treasurer. 

Strathpeffer Curling Club. — President, W. Gunn ; secretary, 
S. J. Hope ; treasurer, W. Wilkie. 

Strathpeffer Driaiughts Club. — Secretary, W. Wilkie, Post 
Office. 

Strathpeffer Rifle Club. — Secretary, Don. Fraser. 

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ROSS-SHIRE PARISH INFORMATION. 



Alness — Scholastic— School Board 
— Rev. W. L. Wallace Brown, chair- 
man ; clerk, F. W. Macdonald. Mem- 
bers, Alex. Fowler, J Harry Dods, 
Andrew ^aciver, John Taylor, 
Teachers — Alness, James Maclaren, 
M.A. ; Boath, Miss Cumming ; Glen- 
glass, Mrs Mac-lennan. 

Parish Council — Rev. W. L. Brown, 
chairman; Colonel Munro Spencer of 
Teaninich ; Lachlan Forbes, George 
Munro, Hugh Rose, John Taylor, Wm. 
A. Gair. 

Insp., F. W. Macdonald; M.O., Dr 
Macrae ; Reg. , J. Maclaren. 

Churches— E.C., Rev. W. L. Wallace 
Brown; U.F.,Rev. Charles Matheson, 
M.A. 

Medical Practitioner — Dr Farquhar 
Macrae. 

Curling Club— President, Rev. W.L. 
Wallace Brown ; secretary, Robert 
Walker, Contullich ; treasurer, James 
Forbes, Culcraggie. 

Dorcas Society — President andsecy. , 
Rev. W. L. Wallace Brown. 

Alness District Nursing Association 
— President, iV)rs Munro Spencer of 
Teaninich ; secretary, v> rs Munro, 
Averon Bank ; treasurer, Robt. Calder, 
banker. 

Red Cross Brigade (Alness and Kil- 
tearn)— President, Lady Munro of 
Foulis ; secretaries, Miss Taylor; 
Alness ; Miss Munro, Evanton , 
lecturer, Dr F. Macrae. 

Bank — Commercial Bank of Scot- 
land, Robert Calder agent. 

Postmistress — Mrs Mackay. 

Golf Club — President, Col. Munro 
Spencer of Teaninich ; Robt. Calder, 
captain ; secy, and treasurer, Geo 
Munro. 

Bowling Club — Presid^it, John 
Beange, station agent ; secy., Angus 
Macleod. 

Freemasons — "Averon Lodge" — 
R.W.M., J. W. Grant; sec, J. 
Beange. 

Y.W.C.A. — Hon. President, Mrs 
Mackenzie, Dalmore ; President, Mrs 



Matheson, U. F. Manse ; secretaries r 
Miss Kate Ro?s and Mrs Ross. 

Alness Football Club— Secretary, 
Wm. Mackay ; captain, D. Macdonald 

Bridgend Soup Kitchen— Mrs Ross, 
Millcraig, convener ; Major Cuth- 
bert, president ; Dr Macrae, hon. 
secretary and treasurer 

Oddfellows — Caberfeidh Lodge — 
N.G., James Macdonald ; V.G., Rod. 
Fraser ; secy. , D. Aird. 

Boy Scouts — Scoutmaster, Thos. 
Ross, Obedale (. ottage. 

Water Trustees — Hugh Ross, con- 
vener ; A. Fowler, secretary; mem- 
bers of committee, N Mackenzie, J r 
A. Munro, Donald Ross, Alex. Ross. 

Applecross— Scholastic— School 
Board — Fin ay Macdonald, Ardheslaig, 
chairman ; Neil Brown, Applecross - r 
Rev. Alex. Macdiarmid, U.F., Apple- 
cross ; John K. Murchison, Camus- 
tenach, Applecross ; Rev. Samuel 
Nicolson, E.C., Shieldaig ; clerk, D. 
Mackenzie, Torridon. Teachers — - 
Aligin, A. Macphaii ; Applecross, T. 
Macdonald ; Arinacrinachd, D. Mac- 
kenzie ; Callakille, Mr Blair ; Dibaig, 
G. P. Macmartin, M.A. ; Shieldaig, 
Wm. Finlayson, M.A. ; Torridon, Miss 
Eliza Peace. 

Parish Council— Applecross Ward — 
Neil Brown, Applecross, chairman ; 
Donald Gillies, Callakille ; Alex. Mac- 
rae, postmaster, Applecross ; John 
Maclennan, Cuaig. 

Shieldaig Ward — Donald Maclennan, 
Wester Alligin ; John Macpherson, 
Diabaig ; Donald Macdonald, Inver- 
alligin ; Finlay Macdonald, Ard- 
heslaig. 

Insp. , D. Mackenzie, Torridon; M. O. , 
Dr Lucas, Applecross ; Dr A. Calder, 
Torridon ; Reg., Roderick Mackenzie, 
Applecross ; Shieldaig District, Hector 
Grant ; Collector of Rates Murdo 
Gillanders, jun., Milltown, Applecross. 

Churches — Applecross E.C., Rev. D. 
Dewar ; U.F., Rev. Alex. Macdiarmid; 
F.P., Mr Wm. Macbeath, missionary. 



141 



Ross-shire Parish Information. 



Shieldaig — E.C., Rev. Samuel Nicol. 
son ; U.F., Rev. Malcolm Macdonald ; 
F.P., Rev Don. Grahme; Applecross 
F.C., Donald Maclean, missionary. 

Avoch— Scholastic— School Board 
—J. D. Fletcher, chairman ; Rev. T. 
Kerr, Messrs Gilbert R Macgarva, 
John Mann, Rev E. Maclean, Miss 
Kelly ; clerk, G. M. Cameron. 
Teachers — Avoch, D. F. Fleming, 
F.EI8.. headmaster; Misses Mac- 
kay and Robertson ; Killen, Miss Ken 
nedy ; Avoch (Mackenzie Institute), 
H. Brayshaw, F.E I,S., headmasoer, 
and Miss J. Reid. 

Parish Council — Avoch Ward — 
Rev. Canon Sper.ce Ro?s, Avoch ; 
J. D. Fletcher, Rosehaugh ; Rev. 
Thomas Kerr, Avoch ; Alex. Junor, 
Avoch. 

Rosehaugh Ward — John Mann, 
Burnfarm ; Gilbert R. McGarva ; 
J. A. Cruickshank. 

Inspector, clerk, and collector, W W 
Gillanders ; M.O., Dr J. Cameron; 
Reg., D. F. Fleming, The School - 
house. 

Churches — E.C., Rev. E J. Brechin, 
B.D. ; U.F., Rev. E. xMaclean, vj.A. ; 
Congregational, Rev T. Kerr. 

Bank — Bank of Scotland, G. Finnie, 
agent. 

Medical Practitioners — Dr Cameron 
and Dr Brodie. 

I.O.G.T.— Geddeston Lodge— Dis- 
trict Lodge Deputy, Robert) Langlands, 
Jemimaville ; Lodge Deputy, Rev. T. 
Kerr; Chief Templar, Mr John Robert 
Ross ; hon. secretary, Miss En>* Scott ; 
hon. treas., Miss Martha i Davidson. 

Black Isle Horticultural Society- A. 
Junor, secretary ; W. 1). Mitchell, 
treasurer. 

Curling Club - Patron, J. Douglas 
Fletcher ; patroness, Mrs J. Douglas 
Fletcher ; president, Canon Spence 
Ross ; vice-president, Dr Cameron. 
Rep. member — Rev. J. Mackenzie 
Gibson ; Chaplain, Canon Spence Ross; 
secretary, A. Junor ; treasurer, J. 
Smith. Skips— Rev. Canon S Ross, 
J. F. Thomson, Captain G M. Came- 
ron, Don. Mackenzie, and John Smith. 



B.W.T. A —President, Mrs Kerr> 
Congregational Manse ; hon. secre- 
tary, Miss Mann, Burnfarm; hon- 
treas , Mrs A. Reid, Fort/rose. 

Red Cross V.A.D.— Vice-president, 
Mrs J. D. Fletcher ; hon. secretary 
and t easurer, D. F. Fleming. 

Session Clerk— D. F. Fleming, The 
Schoclhour-e. 

Coal and Clothing Club Savings 
Bank -Director, J. D. Fletcher, Esq. ; 
secretary and treasurer, Rev. E. J. 
Brechin 

Church Officer and Sexton — Mr J. 
Macleay. 

Harbour Trustees — Chairman, J. D. 
Fletcher; Don. Macleman, sen., con- 
vener; D. Macleman, jr., Rev. A. M. 
Philip, Rev T. Kerr, Gilbert R Mac- 
garva, and G. M. Cameron ; secretary 
and treas., W. D. Mitchell. Harbour- 
master, Donald Sutherland. 

Mr Fletcher's Coal and Clothing 
Club and Savings Bank— Hon. secy, 
and treas., Rev. A. M. Philip, B.D. 

The Shipwrecked Fishermen and 
Mariners' Royal Benevolent Society — 
Hon. agent. Rev. A M Philip, B.D. 

Tennis Club — Captain, John Smith ; 
hon. secy, and treas., W. D. Mitchell. 

Boy Scouts— Patron, J D. Fletcher. 
patronesses, Mrs J. D. Fletcher ; G # ' 
M. Cimeron, scoutmaster ; T. Mac* 
donald, assistant do.; J. Mann, band" 
muster ; hon. secretary and treasurer" 
D. F. Fleming. 

Teachers of Music - Misses Gray, 
Nan. Reid, and L. Munro. 

Colporteur — Don. Patience, James 
Street. 

Red Cross Society — President, Mrs 
J. D. Fletcher, Rosehaugh ; vice-pre- 
sidents, Rev. A. M. Philip and Canon 
Spence Ross ; hon. sec, D. F. Fleming. 

Rental, £7350 Is lOd. 
• 

Barvas (Lewis) — Scholastic — 
Chairman S.B., Chas. Orrock ; clerk, 
Donald Mackay, Stornoway. Teachers 
— Airidh-ah-tuim, K. Mackenzie, 
M.A. ; Barvas, J. Macmillan ; Bragar, 
T. S. Rennie ; Cross, R. J. Fenton ; 
Lionel, G. H. T. Milne; Shawbost, 



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Murdoch Maciver ; Skigersta, Miss 
Hughina Sinclair. 

Parish Council — (North Ward) — 
Donald Macleod, 7 Eoropie ; John 
Macdonald, 22 Callicvol ; Malcolm 
Macleod, 23 Cross ; Rev. D. H. Mo»i- 
son, Barvas ; Rev. Duncan Mac- 
dougall, Ness. 

(South Ward) — Robert Hunter 
(Chairman), Barvas ; John Macleod, 
11 Upper Shader ; Allan Macleod, 
North Shawbost ; John Macmillan, 
teacher, Barvas ; Donald Maclennan, 
22 Brue. 

Insp., D. Smith; MO., Dr J. M. 
Ross ; Regs. , Alex. Morison, Barvas 
District ; Angus Macleod, Shawbost 
District. 

Churches— Barvas E.C., Rev. Mr 
Laing ; Ness EC, Rev. J. Mac- 
phail ; Barvas U.F.C., Rev. D. H. 
Morrison; Dell (Ness) U.F.C., Rev. 
D Macdonald ; Shawbost Free Church, 
vacant ; Barvas F.C, vacant ; F.P C, 
M. Macleod, missionary ; F.C. Ness, 
Rev. Mr Macdougall. 

Mails go from Stornoway daily. 
Letters must arrive in Storno- 
way previous day in order to catch 
post next morning. 

Carnoch- See Urray. 

Cont i n — Scholastic — Contin Ward 
— Chairman S.B., Sir A. G. R. Mac- 
kenzie, Bart.; clerk and treasurer, 
Andrew R. Dodds, Muir of Ord. 
Teachers — Contin, Christina Fraser ; 
Scatwell, Cath Zachariasson. 

Kinlochluichart Ward— S. Board — 
W. D. Mackenzie, Garve, chairman ; 
G. Maclennan, Killen, Garve ; A. Mac- 
kenzie, Mossford, Lochluichart ; Rev. 
J. C. MacNaught, Lochluichart ; M. 
M civer, Hotel, Achnasheen ; clerk, 
and treasurer, Rod. Mackenzie, Garve. 
Teachers — Lochluichart, Miss Mac- 
kenzie ; Achnasheen, D. Duff; Strath- 
garve, Miss Cram ; Strath vaich, Miss 
Annie E. Grant. 

Parish Council — (Kinlochluichart 
Ward)— G. Maclennan, Killen, Garve ; 



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Roderick Mackenzie, postmaster, do. ; 
W. D. Mackenzie, Hotel, do. ; Rev. J. 
C. Macnaught, Lochluichart. Reg., 
Isa Mackenzie, Lochluichart. 

Contin Ward— Sir Arthur George 
Ramsay Mackenzie of Coul, Baronet ; 
John Mackenzie, Contin Farm ; John 
Maclennan, Stratnconon ; David 
Cunningham, Drummonreach; Rev. A 
C. Maclean, Contin. Reg, Chris 
Fraser. 

Clerk and inspector , And. R. Dodds 
M.O., Dr J. Pender Smith. 

Churches — Contin E.C., Rev. A. C 
Maclean ; Kinlochluichart E.C., Rev 
J. Bruce, M.A ; Contin F.C, vac 
ant ; Garve F.C, vacant. 

Philharmonic Society — Conductor, J 
Macrae. 

Post-Office - Contin. 

Nearest Railway Station— Strath - 
pefl'er. 

Cromarty— See Burgh of Cro- 
marty. 

Ding: waS I — Scholastic — Chair 
man S. B., Duncan Davidson of Tul 
loch ; clerk, J. Cuinming. Dingwal 
Academy, F. Macdonald, M.A., rector 

Parish Council (Burghal)— Alexander 
Naughty, Dr Bruce, Alex. Henderson, 
T S H Burns, W R T Middleton, R 
Mackenzie, cabinetmaker; A Camp- 
bell, Balnabeen. 

Landward Committee— James Black 
Peterkin, Mountrich ; J. G. Russell, 
Dingwall ; Charles Urquhart, West- 
wood, Dingwall. 

Insp., R. Munro; M.O., J. Broad- 
foot ; Reg. , A. Dewar. 

(See Burgh of Dingwall). 

EcSderton — Scholastic —School 
Board — Donald Aird, chairman ; G. 
Mackay, Glenmorangie ; Wm. Fraser, 
Carrieblair ; Wm. Munro, Driggal ; 
John Munro, Raanich ; clerk, D. Ross, 
Oriel Cottage. Teachers— Edderton, 
J. Strathern, F.E.I.S., Miss J. M. 
Mackintosh, M.A. Easter Fearn Side 
School, Miss Margaret Ross. 

Parish Council— D Ross, Carrieblair; 
D Aird, Edderton ; K M Cameron, 



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Ross-shire Parish Information. 



Balblair ; D. Mackay, Meikle Daan ; 
W. Sim, Balblair; D. R Cran, 
Ardmore ; A Cameron, Dounie. 

Insp., Joseph Strathem ; M.O., Dr 
H. Ross ; Reg., Wm. Mackenzie. 

Churches — E.C., Rev. D. Macrae, 
B.D., U.F.C., Rev. M. Macrae. 

Library — Librarian, J. Strathern ; 
secretary and treas.. K. M. Cameron, 
Balblair 

Reading-Room — Donald Ross, care- 
taker. 

Fearn— Scholastic— School Board 
— Rev. C. Robertson, chairman ; H. 
Corbett, D. Fraser, R. Gordon, W. J. 
Robertson ; clerk — Simon J. D. Fraser, 
Fearn Station. Teachers — Balmuchy, 
J. Mackintosh ; Hill of Fearn, M. Mac- 
donald, M.A.; Hilton, J. Watt, M.A. 

Parish Council — Hill of Fearn Ward 
Rev. C. Robertson, E.C. Manse, Fearn; 
William John Robertson, Farm of 
Mounteagle ; David Wallace, Tullich ; 
William Fraser, Ballindrum 

Cadboll Ward — James Wood, Hilton 
Farm ; H Corbett, North Balmuchy ; 
David Sutherland, innkeeper, Hilton. 

Insp., Simon J. D. Fraser; M.O., 
Dr Wm. Pyle ; Reg., S. J. D. Fraser. 

Churches — E.C, Rev. Chas. Robert- 
son ; F.C , Rev. Geo. Mackay ; U.F.C., 
Rev. Ronald Currie Kerr; F.P.C., 
vacant. 

Medical Practitioners — Dr Mac- 
kenzie, Tain ; Dr Ross, Tain ; Dr Pyle, 
Portmahomack. 

V.S. — Hector Munro. 

Fodderty — Scholastic — School 
Board— Seaforth, chairman ; Alex- 
Taylor, A. Macintyre, Rev. J. 
G. Nicolson, and Rev. W. Fraser ; 
clerk, C. Fraser, West Park, Strath- 
peffer. Teachers— Fodderty, J. McC. 
Duthie ; Maryburgh, D. Mackay. 

Parish Council — Fodderty Ward — 
William F. Gunn, Strathpeffer ; David 
Harrow, Rosslyn Lodge, do. ; Donald 
Maclennan, Timaru, do. ; John Rose, 
Redbank, Fodderty ; David Ross, 
Strathpeffer ; Thos. Dalling, do. 

Maryburgh and Brae Ward — Alex- 



ander Mackay Macintyre, Farm of 
Brae ; Colonel James A. F. H. 
Stewart-Mackenzie, Brahan Castle, 
chairman ; Donald Mackenzie, Meikle 
Ussie ; Wm. Peterkin, Dunglass. 

Insp., C. Fraser; M.O. Fodderty 
Ward, Dr Duncan ; M.O. Maryburgh 
and Brae Ward, Dr Broadfoot ; Reg , 
H. Beaton, Strathpeffer. Sanitary 
Insp., Fodderr.y, Thomson Mackenzie. 

Cemetery Keeper— A. Macdonald, 
Millnain. 

(For fuller particulars see Strath- 
peffer). 

Fort rose - See Burgh of Fortrose. 

Gairloch — Scholastic — School 
Board— John MacCaskill, factor, Gair- 
loch, chairman ; Rev. William Mac- 
kinnon, F.C. Manse, Gairloch ; R. H. 
J. Hanbury, Tournaig ; Hector Mac- 
kintosh, Gairloch ; Angus Stewart, 
Aultbea ; Rev. D Macnaughton, F.C, 
Aultbea ; Rev John Wats m ; Rev. D. 
Maciver, Aultbea ; Dr Knox ; clerk, 
W. B. Macrae. Teachers — Achter- 
cairn, J. Macgillivray ; Bualnaluib, 
Donald Mackenzie ; Inverasdale, John 
Macleod ; Kinlochewe, Miss Annie 
Fraser ; Laide, Mrs B. Summers; 
Mellon Udrigle, Miss Campbell ; Mel- 
vaig, John McCuish ; Opinan Miss 
Mackenzie and Miss Gunn ; Poolewe, 
W. Cameron ; Sand, Miss Maclean ; 
Isle Horistle, Miss Macpherson ; 
Badachro, Miss Maclean. 

Parish Council — Aultbea Ward — 
Angus Stewart, Hector Maciver, C. 
Mackenzie. 

Poolewe Ward— Sir Kenneth Mac- 
kenzie of Gairloch, Bart. ; Osgood 
Hanbury Mackenzie, Inverewe ; John 
Macleod, Braes. 

Gairloch Ward — J. Macaskill, Gair- 
loch ; Kenneth Maclean, Strath ; 
Hector Mackintosh, blacksmith, 
Strath. 

Insp., W B Macrae; M.O., Dr D. 
Geo. Macnaughton, Poolewe ; Dr 
Knox, Gairloch ; Reg., Northern Dis- 
trict, H. Cameron ; Southern Dis- 
trict, William Macdonald. 



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Ross-shire Parish Information. 



Churches - Gairloch EC, Rev. D. 
MacleoH, M.A. ; Poolewe E.C., 
Rev. J Cameron, M.A., B D. ; 
Gairloch F.C., Rev. W. Mac- 
kinnon ; Kinlochewe F.O., Rev. Mr 
Watson ; Kinlochewe U.F.C., vacant ; 
Poolewe and Aultbea U.F.C., Rev. D. 
Maciver ; Gairloch F.P.C , Rev. D. 
Mackenzie; Aultbea F.C., Rev. D. 
Macnaughton 

Golf Club — Hon. president, Sir K. 
Mackenzie ; president, Mr Macintyre ; 
secretary and treasurer, I) Grant. 

Horticultural Society — President, 
The Lady Marjory Mackenzie of Gair- 
loch ; secretary, John M'Caskill, fac- 
tor ; treasurer, D. Grant, estate office. 

Library — Secretary and librarian, 
Miss Ross. 

Sailing Club — Commodore, 0. D. 
Rudd of Ardnamurchan ; secretary and 
treasurer, J. J. Fraser. 

Home Industries Association — Pre- 
sident, the Marchioness of Zetland ; 
secretary. Mr Cameron. 

Gairloch Nursing Committee — Pre- 
sident, The Lady Marjory Mackenzie ; 
secretary, Mrs Macaskill, Glen Cot- 
tage ; treasurer. Miss Burgess, Bank 
House; nurse, Nurse Macaulay. 

Bank — Bank of Scotland, A. Bur- 
gess and A. W. Burgess, joint agents. 

Post-Offices— Gairloch, Miss Fraser ; 
Poolewe, Miss Mackenzie; Aultbea, H. 
Cameron ; Loch Maree, J. Campbell ; 
Kinlochewe, Peter Mackenzie ; In- 
verasdale, J Mackenzie ; Bad- 
achro, Miss Mackenzie. With Money 
Order and Telegraph Departments. 
Sub Post Offices Strath, Angus Ross; 
Melvaig, Kenneth Macrae ; Laide, R. 
Mackenzie. 

Preventive Staff — Mr Cheeper, 
supervisor ; J J. Fraser, Finlay 
Murchison, and John Macleod. 

Steamboat Agent —A. Burgess. 

Clerk to the Heritors — J. Macaskill. 

A mail motor runs daily to and from 
Aultbea and Gairloch and Achnasheen 
station The s.s. Gael runs to 
and from Oban three times a 
week, from 1st July to 15th Septem- 
ber, and the s.s. Claymore weekly to 



and from Glasgow. The motor boab 
"Gleniffer" plies on Loch Maree 
during the months of July, August, 
September, and October. 

Glenshiel — Scholastic — School 
Board — Rev. D. Macrae, Manse of 
Glenshiel, chairman ; William Mac- 
bean, Ratagan; Colin Campbell, Shiel; 
Ewen Macrae, Cairngorm ; Duncan 
Macrae, Cairngorm ; clerk, John 
M ackintosh. Teachers — Letterf earn, 
T. Purdie ; Shiel, Donald Macrae. 

Parish Council — Chairman, Rev. D. 
Macrae, Glenshiel; Colin Campbell, 
Shiel ; Roderick Matheson, Totaig ; 
Christopher Macrae, Druidaig ; Ewen 
Macrae, Cairngorm. 

Insp., John Mackintosh ; M.O., Dr 
Macrae, Balmacara ; Reg., Ewan Mac- 
lennan, Lechacan. 

Churches — E.C., Rev. D. Macrae; 
F.C., vacant. 

Post-Offices — Shiel ( Vloney Order 
and Telegraph), Duncan Macaulay, 
postmaster ; Letterfearn, Murdo Mac- 
rae, postmaster. 



Kill ear nan.— Scholastic— School 
Board, E. N. Burton Mackenzie of 
Kilcoy, chairman; Rev. A. Macdonald, 
Killearnan ; Don. Macdonald, Fettes; 
R. S. Fraser-Mackenzie of Allan- 
grange ; T. Macdonald, Croftcrunie ; 
clerk and treasurer, J. Fraser, Muir 
of Ord. Teachers — Killearnan, Wm. 
Mackintosh ; Tore, Jas. Forrest. 

Parish Council — • Chairman, John 
Macdonald, Drynie Park ; Alex. Jas. 
Mackenzie, Milton ; Donald Mac- 
gillivray, Colinton ; Donald Mac- 
donald, Fettes ; Ronald Mackenzie, 
Muckernich; Don. Forbes, Spittal ; 
E. N. Burton Mackenzie of Kilcoy. 

Clerk, John Fraser; M.O., R. 
Brodie; Reg., H. Fraser, Spittal Croft. 

Churches — E.C., Rev. A. J. Mac- 
donald; U F.C., Rev. A. Cameron; 
F.C , vacant. 

Curling Club — President. E. N. 
Burton Mackenzie of Kilcoy; secy., 
H. Matheson, Tore Inn, Allangrange. 



146 



Ross-shire Parish Information. 



Kilmuir- Easter — Scholastic — 
School Board — W Garrow, Polnicol, 
chairman; Rev. R. Cameron, U.F. 
Manse ; Alex. TayJor, Kiidary House ; 
Alex. Macdonald, Rhives ; Alex. 
Rose, Torran ; clerk, W. J. Caroline. 
Teachers — Kilmuir- Easter, T. G. 
Meldrum; Tullich, Miss Tait. 

Parish Council — Thomas G. Mel- 
drum, Alex Rose, W. Garrow, J. Mac- 
lennan, John Ross, A. Macdonald, 
Alex. Matheson. 

Insp., W. J. Caroline, Portleich, 
Delny ; M.O., Dr J. A. Somerville, 
Invergordon ; Reg. , W. J. Caroline. 

Churches— E.G., Rev. J. C. Mac- 
naught; U.F.C., Rev. R. Cameron. 

Principal Seats — Tarbat House, 
Countess of Cromartie ; Balnagown 
Castle, Sir Charles Ross, Bart. 

Kiltearn — Scholastic — School 
Board — Sir Hector Munro of Foulis, 
Barb., chairman; A. Wylie Hill of 
Lemlair ; D. H. Moore, Drummond ; 
D. Maclennan, Pitmadufchy ; J. Harry 
Dods ; clerk, G. S. M. Mackintosh. 
Teachers— Kiltearn, A. Henderson, 
M.A.; Swordale Side School, Miss 
Matheson ; Lemlair Side School, Miss 
Macdonald. 

Parish Council — Chairman, Sir 
Hector Munro ; Robert Munro, A. 
Ross, John Munro, A. A. Munro, D. 
Maclennan, Alex. R. Munro, D. H. 
Moore ; A. Dingwall 

Insp., G. S. M. Mackintosh, Ding- 
wall ; MO., Dr Broadfoot; Reg., 
James Duff, Evantorf. 

Churches— E.C., Rev. A. Forbes 
Black ; F C, Rev. D. Smith. 

Bank — Commercial Bank, Robert 
Calder, Alness, agent. 

Crofters' Club— President, T. W. 
Cuthbert, Achindunie, Alness ; honor- 
ary secretary and treasurer, Mr 
Robert Calder, Commercial Bank of 
Scotland, Alness. 

Novar Angling Club — President, J. 
Ross, Katewell ; joint secretaries, L. 
J. Gray & G. Munro, Novar Arms Inn. 

Library Committee — Secretary, A. 
Henderson, Kiltearn Schoolhouse ; 



librarian, J Duff, Evanton. 

Curling Club (Ferindonald) — Presid- 
ent, Sir Hector Munro of Foulis, 
Bart ; secy., D. Moore, Drummond. 

Women's Guild (E C ) — President, 
vocant. 

Draughts Club and Reading-Room — 
President, H. Munro Ferguson, 
Assynb ; secy., J Duff Evanton. 

Women's Guild <F.C.) — President, 
Mrs Munro, Blackhill 

Heritors' Clerk— Mr G. S. M. Mac- 
kintosh, Dingwall. 

Public Hall Committee— James Duff, 
secretary and caretaker. 

Ki n card i ne— Scholastic— Chair- 
man SB., Rev. J. W. Macdonald, 
Croick, Ardgay; clerk, Murdo M. 
Macleod, Ardgay. Teachers— Gled- 
field, D. J. Mackenzie ; Culrain, J. 
Stewart; Achnahannet, Margaret M. 
Strachan ; Doune, George Mackay ; 
Croick, Mrs H. Fairbairn. 

Parish Council— Alex. Ross, Kin- 
cardine, chairman ; W. L. Robertson, 
Invercharron Mains ; J. Ross, West 
Soyal ; D. Mackajr, Culrain ; Louis 
Urquhart, Kincardine; John Stewart, 
Culrain ; John Ross, Ardgay ; James 
Ross, *ttrathcarron. 

Insp., M. M. Micleod,Bonar- Bridge; 
M.O., Dr T. Dryden Moffat ; Reg. , N. 
Ross ; Strathoykel District, And. 
Ross. 

Nearest Railway Station — Bonar- 
Bridge. 

Churches— Ardgay E.C, Rev. A. 
Macleod; Croick E.C. (quoad sacra), 
Rev. J. W. Macdonald ; Ardgay F.C,. 
vacant ; Ardgay U.F.C. , Rev. K. 
Macleod, Kincardine and Croick. 

Bank — Bank of Scotland — David 
Shaw, agent 

Curling Club — Ardgay-Bonar — Pre- 
sident, J. Macpherson ; secretary, 
Murdo M. Macleod, Ardgay. 

Glass Ball Shooting Club — Presid- 
ent, J. Macleod ; secretaries, W Ross 
and James Henderson. 

Kyle of Sutherland Fishery Board — 
D. F. Macdonald, solicitor, Inverness 
chairman; J. Macrone, solicitor, Dor' 



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Ross-shire Parish Information. 



iioch, clerk; W. Duncan, Culrain, bailiff. 

Y.W.C. A. —President, Mrs Robert- 
son, Invercharron ; secretary, Miss 
Brown, The Cottage, Ardgay. 

Balnagown Hall Committee (ap- 
pointed by Sir Charles Ross, Bart.) — 
J. Macleod, chairman ; J. A Ellis, 
secretary ; I. M. Ross, W. T. Brown, 
Alex. Ross (Kincardine), and G. A. 
Macleod (Culeave). 

Kinlochluichart— See Contin. 

Kintal I — Scholastic — School Board 
— Rev. P. J. Maciver, chairman ; 
Farquhar Matheson, Dornie ; Chris- 
topher Murdoch, do. ; Rev. Joseph 
Maclellan, R.C C, Dornie; Alex. 
Macrae, J.P , Inverinate ; clerk, John 
Tait Macrae, Inverinate. Teachers — 
Dornie, J. N. Macleod and Miss Mac- 
rae ; Inverinate, Miss Miller ; Killi, 
Ian, Miss Ina Fraser ; \jongard Side 
School, Alex. McKerlich. 

Parish Council — Chairman, Donald 
Macrae, gamekeeper, Inverinate ; 
Alex, Macrae, Inverinate ; Rev. J. 
Maclellan, Dornie ; Rev. P. J. Maciver, 
Kintail ; Duncan Macrae, Lag, Dornie. 

Insp., John Mackintosh ; M.O., Dr 
Macrae ; Reg. , Betsie Matheson. 

Churches— E.C., Rev. P. J. Maciver; 
R.C.C., Rev. Joseph Maclellan. 

Bank — Commercial Bank of Scot- 
land, John Campbell and J. Hosack, 
joint agents. 

Dornie Social Institute (erected in 
1911)— John N. Macleod, secretary 
and treasurer ; Trustees — Farquhar 
Matheson, Dornie (chairman) ; Chris- 
topher Murdoch, Dornie; Archibald 
Macrae, Park ; Ouncan Macrae, Carn- 
dubh ; and D. Murchison, Bundalocb. 

Reading Room and Library open 
during winter months. 

Nearest Stations— Kyle of Lochalsh 
or Stromeferry. 



Knockbain— Scholastic —Chair- 
man S.B., Rev. J. Dow ; clerk, 
D. Stuart. Teachers — Drumsmittal, 
John Macleod ; Munlochy, Donald 



Macdonald ; Upper Knockbain, John 
Forbes ; Arpafeelie, S. John's, Thos. 
Todd. 

Parish Council (Munlochy Ward) — 
J A Beaton, Bayfield ; D. M. Camp- 
bell, Ashley ; Rev. J Dow, Knock- 
bain ; Francis Fraser, Munlochy ; D. 
Macdonald, Redlield ; John Macin- 
tyre, Bellfield. 

Belmaduthy Ward — Kenneth 
Davidson, Knockbain ; Roderick 
Matheson, do. 

Insp., W. W. Gillanders, Rose 
markie ; collector, J. Anderson, Mun- 
lochy ; M.O., Dr R. Brodie ; Reg., 
Donald Macdonald ; clerk of burials, 
Donald Macdonald. 

Nursing Association — President, 
Mrs Logan ; Nurse Dallas. 

Belmaduthy Curling Club — Francis 
Fraser, Hotel, Munlochy, hon. secre- 
tary and treasurer. 

Churches — E C, Rev. John Dow, 
Munlochy; F.C., vacant; U.F.C., 
Rev. 1). Macinnes. 

Bank — Royal Bank of Scotland, J. 
Anderson, agent. 

Rental-£8963 8s 3d. 

Railway Station — Munlochy. 

Lochalsh — Scholastic — School 
Board — Rev. F Macrae, chairman ; D. 
Logan, of Achtertyre ; A Sinclair, 
Balmacara ; A. Mackenzie, Piockton ; 
Alex. Mackenzie, do.; K. M. Murchi- 
son, Balmacara ; clerk, Chris. Macrae, 
Piockton. Teachers — Piockton H.G. 
School, James Sorlie, M.A., F.E.I.S ; 
Mr Cooper, M A ; Miss Jane MacRaw, 
M.A.; Elementary Department, Miss 
Mackenzie and Miss Macaulay ; Kyle, 
David Urquhart, M.A., L.C P.; assist- 
ants, Miss Macrae and Miss Mac- 
lennan ; Earbusaig, Miss H. Butter ; 
assistant, Miss Hazmelhalch ; Loch- 
alsh, J. Montgomery ; assistant, Miss 
Finlayson ; Achmore, Miss J. Mackay 

Parish Council — Lochalsh Ward — 
K. Finlayson, Avernish, Lochalsh ; D. 
Logan, Auchtertyre ; D. Cameron, 
Aird Ferry ; K. Murchison, Balmacara 

Piockton Ward — John Macdonald, 
Rhuemore ; John Murchison, Kyle of 



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Ross-shire Parish Information. 



Lochalsh ; Duncan Maciae, Kyle; 
Murdo Macrae, Kyle. 

Insp., John Mackintosh, Fernfield, 
Kyle of Lochalsh; M.O., Dr George 
Duncan and Dr D. J Macrae ; Reg , 
Malvina Sinclair, Achtertyre. 

Kyle Lodge Freemasons — R.W. M., 
J. Montgomery. 

Churches— Lochalsh E C, Rev. Mr 
Maclean ; Plockton E.C., Rev. J. Mac- 
kay ; Plockton F.C , Rev. F. Macrae ; 
Ardelve F C, vacant; Plockton 
U.F.C., Rev. Mr Macdonald. 

Banks — Bank of Scotland, T Ritson, 
agent ; Commercial Bank, John 
Hosack and J. Campbell, joint agents. 

Ardelve Office of Commercial Bank 
opens on Tuesdays and Fridays from 
12.30 to 3.30. J. Campbell, Dornie, 
agent. 

Hotels - Station Hotel, Kyle (Miss 
Robertson) ; Kyle Hotel, Kyle (Murdo 
Mackenzie) ; Balnoacara Hotel 5 miles 
from Kyle ( Archibald Sinclair); Aird- 
ferry Hotel opposite the mouth of 
Loch Duich, 10 miles from Kyle Sta- 
tion (Donald Cameron) ; Plockton 
Hotel (H. Mackenzie). 

Fishery Officer — Mr Downie. 

Lighthouse Keeper — Donald Mac- 
donald. 

Highland Railway Ferryman - Capt. 
Finlayson. 

Postmaster, Kyle — Mr E. Mac- 
donald. 

Highland Railway Station Agent, 
Kyle of Lochalsh Mr Ken Memes. 

Steamboat Agent, Kyle— Mr N. C. 
Macintosh 

Fish ealesman, Kyle— Mr M. Ste- 
wart. 

Loch broom — Scholastic — School 
Board— Rev. A. Sutherland, FP.C; 
chairman ; Murdo Mackenzie, George 
Ross, John Maclean, builder, Ulla- 
pool; Roderick Macleod, Islemartin ; 
J. T. Henderson, Ullapool ; Roderick 
Mackenzie, Coigach ; Major Fraser, 
Leckmelm ; Dr Wallace, Ullapool ; 
clerk, D. S. Ross. Teachers — Achilti- 
buie, Mr Montgomery ; Altando, 
Mrs Mary Maciver ; Ardindrean, Miss 



A. Macdonald ; Auchduart, Miss M. 
Munro ; Badcaul, Mrs J Haggarty ;: 
Lochbroom, Miss A. Ross ; Scoraig, 
Miss C. C. Mackenzie ; Strathcanaird, 
Miss K. Macleod ; Ullapool, Donald 
iMacleod, M.A.; and six assistants. 

Parish Council — Coigach Ward — 
Rod. Mackenzie, Achiltibuie ; John 
Maclean, Aultandhu ; Roderick Mac- 
leod, Isle Martin. Reg., R. Fraser. 

Ullapool Ward — Chairman, Kenneth 
Cameron, Ullapool ; George Ross, 
Shore Street, do. ; Roderick Mac- 
kenzie, Geo. Monison, and John Mac- 
lean, builder, Ullapool. Reg., J. T. 
Henderson. 

Dundonnell Ward — A. Mackenzie, 
Badlurach ; John Finlayson, Dun- 
donnell ; D. Cameron, Hotel, Dun- 
donnell. Reg., J T. HendersoD. 

Insp., D. S. Ross; M.O., Dr D. 
Wallace. 

Churches— Lochbroom E.C., Rev. W 
Sutherland, M.A. ; Ullapool E.C. 
(quoad sacra), Rev. J. A. Macdonald ; 
Ullapool U.F.C., Rev. a. Macleod; 
Ullapool F.C, Rev. A. Macdonald; 
Coigach F.C, vacant ; Badcaul 
U. F.C, Rev. D. Macintosh; Ullapool 
F.P.C, Rev. A. Sutherland. 

Bank — National Bank of Scotland, 
James Stewart, Ullapool, agent. 

Inland Revenue — -1 Smith, Ullapool. 

Crofters' Agricultural Show — Dr 
Wallace, President ; J. Smith, secy. 

Steamboat Agent— Ken. Cameron, 
Ullapool. 

Hotels — Royal, W D Mackenzie; 
Caledonian, G. Morrison. 

Coastguards Officer— R. C Baker. 

Postmasters - Ullapool, J. Stewart ; 
Coigach, George Macleod ; Lochbroom, 
T. D. Bathgate 

Tennis Club -Presid., Dr Wallace; 
secretary and treasurer, J. Smith. 

Boy Scouts Association — District 
Commissioner, Kenneth Cameron ; 
President, Dr Wallace ; hon. secy., 
1 >. S. Ross ; scoutmaster, M urdo 
Mackenzie, Ullapool. 

Loch car ran — Scholastic — School 
Board— J. Maclennan, chairman ; N. 



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Ross-shire Parish Information, 



Reid, R T. M. Sinclair, John Morri- 
son, and Alex. Macrae ; clerk and 
treasurer, A. Campbell ; compulsory 
officer, A. Mackenzie. Teachers — 
Attadale, Annie MacLeish ; Balnacra, 
Miss L N. White; Kishorn, Miss 
Annie Stewart ; Lochcarron, Robert 
W. Maclennan ; Strome, T Fowler. 

Parish Council — Chairman, John 
Maclennan ; Angus Finlayson ; 
M. Macdonald, Alexander Macrae, 
D. Poison, J. Morrison, D. Urquharb 

Insp., A. Campbell; M.O., Dr C. 
G. Mackay ; Reg. , A. Macrae. 

Churches— E.C., Rev. D Macdonald; 
U.F.C., Rev. A. Murray ;F.C, vacant; 
F.P.C., Rev. Mr Graham. 

bank— Bank of Scotland, R. T. M. 
Sinclair, agent. 

Medical Practitioner — Dr Mackay. 



Lochs (Lewis) — Scholastic — Chair- 
man S.B., C. Orrock ; clerk, D. Mac- 
kay. Stornoway, Teachers — Achmore, 
Miss M. A. Macdonald ; Balallan, P. 
Clemenson ; Cromore, H. Bruce ; Fidi- 
gary, A. G. Burns ; Knockiandue, R. 
Paterson ; Lemreway, John Hastie ; 
Luerbost, D. Gunn ; Planascar, 
W. Kerr ; Graver, A. Macdonald ; 
Grimshader, Miss C. A. Macleod ; 
Kershader, A. J. "Macmillan ; Airidh- 
bhruaich, Janet Smith. 

Parish Council — Lochs Ward — Rev. 
Donald Maccallum, Keose ; Malcolm 
Macieod, 24 Laxay ; Neil Mackay, 
6 Achmore ; John Mackenzie, 46 
Balallan ; Don. Macmillan, 6 Cross- 
bost ; Angus Gillies, 8 Leurbost. 

Park Ward — Malcolm Martin, farm- 
er, Orobeg ; Norman Morrison, Mari- 
veg ; Finlay Smith, 15 Cromore ; 
Murdo Macleod, 13 Cromore ; Kenneth 
Mackenzie, 1 Habost. 

Insp., D. Smith; M.O., Dr Allan 
Cameron ; Reg.. M. Mackenzie. 

Churches — E.C.,Rev. D. Maccallum; 
Crossbo*t U.F.O., Rev. Mr Macar- 
thur ; Crossbost F.C., Rev. Mr Rose ; 
Kinloch U.F.C., Rev. J. Mackay; Kin- 
loch F.C., vacant; Graver F.C., vacant. 

Mails go from Stornoway daily. 



Logie Easter — Scholastic — 
School Board — Rev. Jas. Munro,M. A., 
chairman ; Messrs Fraser, Brenachie ; 
A B Munro, Scotsburn ; Ross, Balla- 
chragan ; and Ross, Upper Pitma- 
duthy ; clerk, M. Macrae. Teachers 
— Logie-Easter, R. Robertson ; assist- 
ant, Sliss Campbell ; Scotsburn, R. H. 
Bone ; assistant, Miss K. Ross. 

Parish Council— R. H. Bone, chair- 
man, Rev. J. Munro, Alexander B. 
Munro, Wm. Ross, John Mackenzie, 
Don. Maclennan. 

Insp., J. Munro, Tain ; M.O., Dr 
E. K Mackenzie, Tain ; Reg., Wm. 
Fowler; Reg. of Burials, R. Robertson. 

( hurches — E.C., Rev. .7. Munro; 
U.F.C., Rev. N. Macleod; F C, 
vacant. 

Session Clerk — R. Robertson 

Curling Club— President, Mr Taylor, 
Kildary House. 

Water Committee — Wm. Ross, D. 
Maclennan, Rev. J. Munro, from 
Parish Council, along with R. H. 
Bone and A. B Munro from District 
Cmmittee. 

Chairman, R. H. Bone. Inspector, 
Alex. Sv>ackinnon. 

The Poet Office is Kildary, and the 
Postma&ter is Mr Macrae. 



Nigg— Scholastic— School Board — 
J. Gordon, chairman ; Rev. N. D. 
Mackay, Rev. W. Johnstone, J. H. 
Budge, Robt. Mackenzie ; clerk, S. J. 
D. Fraser, Fearn. Teachers — Nigg, A. 
Poison ; Pitcalnie, M. Macarthur 

Parish Council — Chairman, J Gor- 
don, Cullisse; J. A. Grant, W. Rarichie; 
Rev. Wm Johnstone, Nigg ; J. Ross, 
Carse of Bayfield ; J H Budge, Easter 
Rarichie ; Rev. Norman D Mackay, 
Nigg ; R. Mackenzie, Lower Bayfield. 

Insp., J. Munro; M.O. , Dr Ross ; 
Reg., J. A. Ross. 

Churches -E.C., Rev. N. D. Mac- 
kay ; Nigg U.F., Rev. W Johnston, 
B.A.; Chapelhill U.F., Rev. K. S. 
Maclean. 

Castlecraig Golf Club — President, 
Col. Ross of Cromarty ; secretaries, 



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Ross-shire Parish Information. 



-George Rose, Ni gg, and D. Junor, 
Cromarty. 

Resol is— Scholastic — Sch. Board 
D. Macfarquhar, chairman ; A. Noble, 
James Craigen, R. Mackenzie, James 
S Macdonald ; c^rk, Evan Scott. 
Teachers — Cullicudden, K. Kemp ; 
Newhall, F. R. S Black. 

Parish Council — Chairman. R. Mac- 
intyre of St Martins ; R. Mac- 
kenzie, Balblair ; C Ferguson, Ardoch; 
John Macfarquhar, West Alness 
Ferry ; D. Macrae, Jemimaville ; 
Robert Thomson, Poyntzfield ; J. Mac- 
donald, Drumdyre. 

Insp. and collector, W. W. Gilland- 
ers, Rosemarkie ; MO., Dr C. Ander- 
son, Resolis ; Reg., D. Urquhart. 

Curling Club— Secretary and trea- 
surer, vacant. 

Cullicudden Musical Association — 
Conductor, J Maclean, Alness. 

Churches — E.C., Rev. Archibald 
Campbell ; U.F.C., Rev. C. E. Mac- 
kenzie ; F.C., vacant. 

Rental— £6183 )4s8d. 

Rosemarkie — Scholastic— School 
Board — Allan Macdonald, chairman ; 
John Hossack, Dr D. Fraser, Rev. 
W. Sim peon, Miss Kennedy ; clerk, 
J. Henderson. Teachers — For- 
trose Academy, including Fortrose 
Infants, Kenneth Macleod, Rector ; 
Rosemarkie, Miss E. C. Fraser. 

Parish Council — Landward — Ken. 
Grigor, Weston, chairman of Landward 
Committee ; J. Sutherland, Rosemar- 
kie ; Alex. Maciver, Greenside ; Wm. 
Brown, Muirhead ; A. D. Munro, 
Belmungie. 

Burgh Ward — Provost Stuart, chair- 
man of Parish Council ; J. Hossack, J. 
Fraser, J. Murray, and Alex. Fraser. 

Insp. and collector, W WGillanders; 
M.O., Dr J. Cameron ; Reg., D. Cun- 
ningham ; assistant Reg , W. W. 
Gillanders. 

Rental — Burgh, £5273 2s 6d ; 
Landward, £3941 2s 5d. 



Rosemarkie— See Burgh of Fortrose. 



Rosskeen — Scholastic — School 
Board — Dr F. Macrae, Alness, chair- 
man ; Provost J. Macdonald, Inver- 
gordon ; W. G. Paterson, Ord ; Rev. 
A. Douglas, Invergordon ; D. Rosp, 
Glasgow House, Alness ; Rev. John 
Macdonald, Free Church, Rosskeen ; 
D R Mackenzie, Bungalow, Alness ; 
clerk, W George. Teachers — Ardross, 
G A Mackay ; Bridgend, D Mackay ; 
Invergordon Academy, A. Macmillan, 
M A. ; Newmnre, J. Sutherland, 
F.E.T.S.; Strathrusdale, Miss Minty. 

Parish Council (West) — Thomas 
Wilkinson Cuthbert, Achindunie ; 
Donald Mackay, Millcraig ; Dr Far- 
quhar Macrae, D. M. Ross, Bridgend ; 
David Ross, High Street, Alness. 

East Ward — Alexander William 
Brook, Invergordon ; William G. 
Paterson, Farm of Ord ; R. M. Mac- 
kay, Saltburn. 

Burgh Ward — Provost Macdonald, 
chairman ; John Robertson, bank 
agent ; D. A. M. Ross, merchant ; R. 
J. Macintosh. 

Insp., W. George; M.O., Jas. A, 
Somerville ; Reg , W. Bisset. 

Churches — Rosskeen U.F.C., Rev. 
Jno. Ross, Bridgend ; Rosskeen F.C., 
Rev. J no. Macdonald ; Rosskeen E.C., 
Rev. Geo. Macdonald, B.D. ; Inver- 
gordon U.F C, Rev. A. Douglas. 

See Invergordon. 

Stor noway— Scholastic— School 
Board — J. N. Anderson, chairman ; 
K. Mackenzie, Rev. N. Macintyre, A. 
Bain, Captain George Watt (Laxdale), 
Rev. R. Mackenzie (Back), Rev. R. 
M orison ; clerk. W. J. Clarke. Teach- 
ers — Aird, A. Macdonald; Back, W. 
G. Morison ; Bayble, D. Maciver ; 
Knock, D. Morrison ; Laxdale, D. 
Clark, L.C.P. ; Nicolson, W. J. Gib- 
son, M.A. ; Sandwickhill, W. Fraser; 
Tolsta, D. Macdonald ; Tong, D. 
Maciver. 

Nicolson Institute Managers — Rode- 
rick Smith, Bailie Maclean, Coun- 
cillors W. A. Ross and A. Maclennan. 

Parish Council (Back Ward) — James 
Thomson, 17 Tong ; Charles Hunter, 



153 



Ross-shire Parish Information. 



Coll ; Angus Maciver, 17 S. Tolsta. 

Point Ward — John Macleod, Keith 
Street ; Torquil Macleod, 8a Garra- 
bost ; Rev. Angus Macleod, Knock ; 
1 vacancy. 

Stornoway Central Ward — Murdo 
Macdonald, 31^ Benside ; Donald Mac- 
leod, 4 Laxdale Lane ; Robert Sime, 
Church Street, vice-chairman ; Alex. 
Fraser, banker ; David Tolmie, com- 
mission agent ; J. N. Anderson, soli- 
citor, chairman ; Colin J. Maciver, 
Kenneth Street. 

Insp., G. Macleod ; M.O's., Burgh, 
Dr M urdoch Mackenzie ; Point, L)r 
Mackenzie ; Back, Dr Murchison, 
Reg., G. Macleod. 

Tain— See Burgh of Tain. 

Tarbat— Scholastic— Sch. Board 
— Don. Macdonald, Wilkhaven, chair- 
man ; Charles Ross, Balnaha ; Wm- 
Calder, Petly ; Robert Ross, Rock field 
Mill ; clerk, H. Thomson, Portmaho- 
mack ; Rev. Ewan Fraser. Teachers — 
Old, John Ewing ; West, George 
Ross. Compulsory Officer — James 
Bain. 

Parish Council — Portmahomack 
Ward— Wm. Calder, Petley ; Robert 
Ross, Rockfield Mills ; David J. Ross, 
Portmahomack. 

Cadboll Ward— Charles Ross, Bal- 
naha ; 'ohn More, Arboll. 

Rockfield Ward — Donald Mac- 
donald, Wilkhaven ; Robert Ross, 
Rockfield Mill. 

Clerk and Insp., H. Thomson; M.O., 
Dr W. Pyle ; Reg , H. Thomson. 

Churches— E.C., Rev. D. Macleod ; 
U.F.C., Rev. Mr Fraser; F.C., Rev. 
Angus Macneill. 

Golf Club. — Rev. D. Macleod, secre- 
tary. 

Tarbat Free Library Committee — 
Members of Parish Council, along 
with Colin Munro, George Mackay, 
Alexander Munro, Rev. I). Mac- 
leod, George Ross, Thomas Oliver, 
Donald Ross, ratepayers representa- 
tives ; Don. Macdonald, Wilkhaven, 



chairman ; secy, and librarian, John 
Ewing. 

U ig (Lewis) — Scholastic — Chairman 
S.B.. C. Orrock ; clerk, D. Mackay. 
Teachers — Bernera, Donald Macleod ; 
Breasclete, John Smith ; Carloway, 
R. Macdonald ; Crowlista, Malcolm 
Macleod ; Crulivig, Miss Maclean ; 
Duncarloway, F. Smith ; Isilvi^, Miss 
Hepburn ; Lochcroistean, Norman 
Macleod ; Valtos, Rod. Morrison ; 
Mangersta, Miss Macaskill. 

Parish Council— Uig East Ward — 
Finlay Smith, Dun, Carloway; Ranald 
Macdonald, Carloway ; Donald Mac- 
lennan, 26a Tolsta ; John Smith, 
Breasclete ; 1 vacancy. 

Uig West Ward — Angus Morrison, 
3 Valtos ; Rev. James Macniven, 
UF.C; John Buchanan, 9 Valtos; 
Malcolm Macleod, Crowlista. 

Uig Bernera Ward — Norman Mac- 
donald, 25 Kirkibost ; Donald Mac- 
leod, Bernera. 

Insp., W. Macrae ; M 0, Dr V. A. 
Ross ; Reg. , W. Macrae, Uig District ; 
A. Macleod, Carloway District. 

Churches— E.C., Rev. Allan Mac- 
kenzie ; U.F., Rev. Mr Macniven. 

Urquhart and Lo&ie Wes- 
ter — Scholastic — School Board — Rev. 
Dr A. J. Macquarrie, chairman ; Don. 
Cross, Alcaig; Murdo Fraser, Balvaird 
Farm ; D. C. Jack, Coulugour ; Rev. 
A Macinnes, Conon ; Geo. Mackenzie, 
Ferintosh ; Chas. Noble, Balloan ; 
clerk, William * arapbell. Teachers — 
Conon, W. Maclennan ; Culbokie, W. 
Fowler; Ferintosh, W. Campbell; 
Mulbuie, T. Mackenzie. 

Parish Council — North Ward — 
Murdo Fraser, Balvaird Farm ; Hector 
Jack, jun.. Easter and Wester Balach- 
laddich ; George Mackenzie, 34, 35, 
and 49 Ferintosh ; Charles • Noble, 
Balloan. 

South Ward — Donald Cross, Easter 
Alcaig ; Alexander Fraser, solicitor ; 
Alexander Jack, Easter Kinkell ; 
George Gair, Conon ; George Middle- 
ton, Corntown, chairman. 



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Ross-shir© Parish Information. 



Insp., William Campbell ; M.O., Dr 
Pender Smith; Reg., William Lamp- 
bell. 

Horticultural Society — Presidents, 
Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, Bart., of Gair- 
loch ; Lady Marjory Mackenzie of 
Gairloch ; secretaries, P. Macintyre, 
jun., Findon, and T. Middleton, Bal- 
naloch, Conon-Bridge. 

Curling Club — President, Colonel 
Warrand, Pvyefield ; secretary, A. 
Campbell, Balnabeen. 

Agricultural Association — Secre- 
taries, P. Macintyre, jun., Findon, 
and W. W. Campbell, Balnabeen. 

Churches - E.U., Rev. Dr A. J. Mac- 
quarrie, Ferintosh ; U.F.C., Rev. A. 
Machines ; F.C., Rev. D. Munro, 
Ferintosh. 

Urray — Scholastic — School Board 
— Rev. J. Macleod, chairman ; Dun. 
Cameron, Dunellan, Muir of Ord ; K. 
Chisholm, Dreim ; Col. Mackenzie of 
Ord ; D. Macrae, Fairburn Mains; 
clerk, A. Logan, Muir of Ord. Teach- 
ers — Mary bank, Mr Fraser ; Tarra- 
dale, A. Fowler. 

Carnoch Ward — John Maclennan, 
factor, chairman ; Rev. A. Mackay, 
M.A.; Kenneth Maciver, crofter ; J. A. 
Stewart ; clerk, W. Mackenzie, Ding- 
wall. Teacher — Strathconon — Mr G. 
Lang. 

Parish Council — Urray Ward — Rev. 



N. Campbell, U.F. Manse, Urray ; 
Murdo Mackintosh, Muir of Arcan ; 
A. Reid, Easter Balloan ; Ken. 
Chisholm, Driem. 

Carnoch Ward — Duncan J. Mac- 
rae, Fairburn Mains : Reg. , G. Lang, 
Strathconon. 

Muir of Ord Ward— William Forbes, 
Ord Village ; Captain E B Mackenzie- 
Gillanders of Highfield, chairman ; 
Rev. J. Macleod F C. Manse ; Col. 
A. F. Mackenzie of Ord. 

Clerk, Andrew Dodds;M.O., Dr 
Macdonald,Beauly ; Reg., D. Maclean. 

Churches— Urray E.G., Rev. J. A. 
Macfarlane; Carnoch E.C., Rev. Mr 
Sellar ; Carnoch F C , Rev. N. 
Nicholson; Carnoch U.F.C., Rev. A. 
Beaton ; Urray U.F.C., Rev. N. 
(ampbell; Muir of Ord F.C., Rev. 
J. Macleod ; Episcopal, Rev. R. H. 
Dransfield. 

Banks — Bank of Scotland, D. F, 
Gordon, agent ; Commercial Bank, 
John Fraser, agent. 

Curling Club - President, Captain 
Mackenzie Gillanders of Highfield ; 
secretary, W. Forbes. 

Golf Club— Captain, T. Mackenzie ; 
secretary, A Fowler. 

Debating Society President, J. 
Fraser ; secretary, A. Mackenzie. 

Post-Offices— Muir of Ord, J. T. Ross y 
postmaster ; Urray, Mrs Mackenzie,, 
postmistress. 



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Jan. 


Mare. 


Cow. 


£W. 


Sow. 


Feb. 


Mare. 


Cow. 


Ewe. 


Sow. 


1 
Mar. 


Mare. 


Cow. 


Ewe. 


SoTV. 


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Dec 1 


Oct. 10 


My. 29 


Ap. 21 


1 


Jan. 1 


No. 10 


Jun.29 


My. 22 


1 


Jan. 29 


Dec. 8 


Jul. 27 


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2 


11 


30 


22 


2 


2 


11 


30 


23 


2 


30 


9 


28 




3 


3 


12 


31 


23 


3 


3 


12 


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24 


3 




10 


29 


21 


4 


4 


13 


June 1 


24 


4 


4 


13 


2 


25 


4 


Fe^b. 1 


11 


3° 


22 


5 


5 


14 


2 


25 


5 


5 


14 


3 


26 


5 


2 


12 


3 l 


23 


6 


6 


15 


3 


26 


6 


6 


15 


4 


27 


6 


3 


13 


Aug. 1 


'4 I 


7 


7 


16 


4 


27 


7 


7 


16 


5 


28 


7 


4 


14 


2 


25 j 


8 


8 


17 


5 


28 


8 


8 


17 


b 


29 


8 


5 


15 


3 


26 


9 


9 


18 


6 


29 


9 


9 


18 


7 


30 


1 9 


6 


16 


4 


37 


IO 


10 


19 


7 


3° 


10 


10 


19 


8 


31 


| 10 


7 


17 


5 


28 


ii 


11 


20 


8 


May 1 


11 


IT 


20 


9 


June 1 


1 r 


8 


18 


6 


29 


12 


12 


21 


9 


2 


12 


12 


21 


10 


2 


12 


9 


>9 


7 


30 


*3 


1.3 


22 


10 


3 


13 


13 


22 


11 


3 


13 


10 


20 


8 


July 1 


»4 


14 


2 3 


11 


4 


14 


J 4 


23 


12 


4 


M 


11 


2! 


9 


2 


15 


15 


24 


12 


5 


15 


15 


24 


13 


5 


'5 


12 


22 


TO 


3 


16 


16 


25 


13 


6 


16 


16 


25 


3 4 


6 


16 


*3 


23 


II 


4 


17 


17 


26 


14 


7 


17 


17 


26 


15 


7 


[ 7 


H 


24 


T2 


5 


18 


18 


27 


15 


8 


i3 


iS 


27 


16 


3 


10 


15 


25 


13 


6 


19 


19 


28 


16 


9 


19 


*9 


28 


*Z 


9 


! 9 


16 


26 


14 


7 


20 


20 


29 


17 


10 


20 


20 


29 


18 


10 


20 


"7 


27 


15 


8 


21 


21 


30 


18 


11 


21 


21 


30 


19 


11 


21 


18 


28 


l6 


9 


32 


22 


31 


19 


12 


22 


22 


Dec. 1 


20 


12 


22 


19 


29 


17 


10 


2 3 


23 


Nov. 1 


20 


J 3 


23 


23 


2 


21 


13 


23 


20 


30 


l8 


11 


24 


24 


2 


21 


14 


24 


24 


3 


22 


14 


24 


21 


, 3I 


19 


12 


25 


25 


3 


22 


15 


25 


25 


4 


23 


15 


25 


22 


Jan. 1 


20 


*3 


26 . 


26 


4 


23 


16 


26 


26 


5 


24 


16 


26 


23 


2 


21 


14 


= 7 ' 


27 


5 


24 


17 


27 


27 


6 


25 


17 


27 


24 


3 


22 


15 


28 


28 


6 


2-i 


18 


28 


28 


7 


26 


18 


28 


25 


4 


23 


16 


29 


29 


7 


26 


19 


29 










29 


26 


5 


24 


17 


3^ 


30 


8 


27 


20 












3 J 


27 


6 


25 


18 


3* 


3i 


9 


28 


21 












3i 


23 


7 


26 


19 


Apr. 


Mare. 


COW. 


*w. 


Sow. 


Mav. 


Mare. 


CV?w. 


1 


T 
June 


iforv. 


Cow. 


Ewe. 


Sow. 


1 


Mar. 1 


Jan. 8 


Au. 27 


Jul. 20 


1 


Ma.31 


Feb. 7 


Sep.26 Au. 19 


! 


May 1 


Ma. 10 


Oct. 27 


Sep.19 


2 


2 


9 


28 


21 


2 


Apr. 1 


8 


27 


20 


2 


2 


11 


28 


20 


3 


3 


10 


29 


22 


3 


2 


9 


28 


21 


3 


3 


12 


29 


21 


4 


4 


11 


30 


23 


4 


3 


10 


29 


22 


4 


4 


13 


30 


22 


5 


5 


12 


3 1 


24 


5 


4 


11 


30 


23 


5 


5 


14 


31 


23 


6 


6 


13 


Sept. 1 


25 


6 


5 


12 


Oct. 1 


24 


6 


6 


is 


Nov. 1 


24 


7 


7 


H 


2 


26 


7 


6 


13 


2 


2 5 


7 


7 


16 


2 


2t 


8 


8 




3 


27 


8 


7 


14 


3 


26 


8 


8 


17 


3 


26 


9 


9 


16 


4 


28 


9 


8 


15 


4 


27 


9 


9 


18 


4 


27 


10 


10 


17 


5 


29 


10 


9 


16 


5 


28 


10 


10 


19 


5 


28 


11 


11 


irf 


6 


30 


11 


10 


17 


6 


29 


11 


11 


20 


6 


29 


12 


12 


i? 


7 


31 


12 


11 


18 


7 


3° 


12 


12 


21 


7 


30 


13 


13 


20 


8 


Aug. 1 


13 


12 


19 


8 


_ 3i 


I 3 


13 


22 


8 


Oct. 1 


14 


14 


21 


9 


2 


!4 


13 


20 


9 


bep. 1 


14 


14 


23 


9 


2 


15 


15 


22 


10 


3 


15 


14 


21 


10 


2 


15 


15 


24 


10 


3 


16 


16 


23 


11 


4 


16 


15 


22 


11 


3 


16 


16 


25 


11 


4 


17 


17 


24 


12 


5 


x 7 


16 


23 


12 


4 


17 


17 


26 


12 


5 


18 


18 


25 


13 


6 


18 


17 


24 


13 


5 


18 


18 


27 


13 


6 


19 


19 


26 


14 


7 


19 


18 


25 


14 


6 


19 


19 


28 


14 


7 


20 


20 


27 


1 5 


8 


20 


19 


26 


15 


7 


20 


20 


29 


i5 


8 


21 


21 


28 


16 


9 


21 


20 


27 


16 


8 


21 


21 


30 


16 


9 


22 


22 


29 


17 


10 


22 


21 


28 


17 


9 


22 


22 


3i 


17 


10 


23 


23 


30 


18 


11 


23 


22 


Mar. 1 


18 


10 


23 


23 


Apr. 1 


18 


11 


24 


24 


^i 1 


19 


12 


24 


23 


2 


19 


11 


24 


24 


2 


19 


12 


25 


25 


Feb. 1 


20 


13 


25 


24 


3 


20 


12 


25 


25 


3 


20 


13 


26 


26 


2 


21 


14 


26 


25 


4 


21 


13 


26 


26 


4 


21 


14 


27 


27 


3 


22 


15 


27 


26 


5 


22 


'4 


-'7 


27 


5 


22 


iS 


28 


28 


4 


23 


16 


28 


27 


6 


23 


15 


23 


28 


6 


23 


16 


29 


29 


S 


24 


17 


29 


28 


7 


24 


16 


29 


29 


7 


24 


X l 


1 30 


30 


6 


25 


18 


SC- 


29 


8 


25 


17 


30 


30 


t 


2S 


18 


^ 










SI 


30 


9 


26 


18 













I 







LIVE STOCK 


PRODUCE TABLE [continued). 






July 


Mare. 


Cow. 


Ewe. 


Sow. 


1 Aug. 

1 


Mare. 


Cow. 


Ewe. 


Sow. 


Sep. 

1 


Mare. 


Cow. 


Ewe. 


Sow. 


i 


My.31 


Apr. 9 


N0V26 


Oct.19 


July 1 


My. 10 


Dc. 27 


No. 19 


Aug. 1 


Jun. 10 


Jan-s7 


Dc. 20 


2 


June 1 


10 


27 


20 


2 


2 


11 


28 


20 


2 


2 


11 


28 


21 


3 


2 


11 


28 


21 


3 


3 


12 


29 


21 


3 


3 


12 


2 '; 


22 


4 


3 


12 


29 


22 


4 


4 


13 


30 


22 


4 


4 


13 


So 


23 


5 


4 


13 


30 


23 


5 


5 


14 


31 


23 


c 


5 


'4 


31 


24 


6 


5 


14 


Dec. 1 


24 


6 


6 


15 


Jan. 1 


24 


6 


6 


r 5 


Feb. 1 


25 


7 


6 


15 


2 


25 


7 


7 


16 


2 


25 


7 


7 


16 


2 


26 


8 


7 


16 


3 


26 


8 


8 


17 


3 


26 


8 


8 


17 


3 


27 


9 


8 


17 


4 


27 


9 


9 


18 


4 


27 


9 


9 


18 


4 


28 


IO 


9 


18 


5 


28 


10 


10 


19 


s 


28 


10 


10 


19 


5 


29 


ii 


10 


19 


6 


29 


11 


11 


20 


6 


29 


11 


11 


20 


6 


30 


12 


11 


20 


7 


30 


12 


12 


21 


7 


30 


12 


12 


21 


7 


3 1 


13 


12 


21 


8 


^ 3I 


J 3 


J3 


22 


8 


Dec. 1 


13 


13 


22 


8 


Jan. 1 


14 


13 


22 


9 


N ov. 1 


J 4 


14 


23 


9 


2 


14 


14 


23 


9 


2 


15 


14 


«3 


10 


2 


15 


15 


24 


10 


3 


15 


15 


24 


10 


3 


16 


15 


24 


11 


3 


16 


16 


25 


11 


4 


16 


16 


25 


11 


4 


17 


16 


25 


12 


4 


J 7 


17 


26 


12 


5 


17 


17 


26 


12 


5 


18 


17 


26 


13 


5 


18 


18 


27 


13 


6 


18 


18 


27 


*3 


6 


x 9 


18 


27 


14 


6 


19 


19 


28 


14 


7 


19 


19 


28 


*4 


7 


20 


19 


28 


15 


7 


20 


20 


29 


is 


8 


20 


20 


29 


15 


8 


21 


20 


29 


16 


8 


21 


21 


30 


16 


9 


21 


2r 


3° 


16 


9 


22 


21 


,, 3 ° 


17 


9 


22 


22 


T 3I 


17 


10 


22 


22 


July 1 


17 


10 


23 


22 


May 1 


18 


10 


23 


23 


Jun. 1 


18 


11 


23 


23 


2 


18 


ii 


24 


23 


2 


19 


11 


24 


24 


2 


19 


12 


24 


24 


3 


19 


12 


25 


24 


3 


20 


12 


25 


25 


3 


20 


13 


25 


25 


4 


20 


13 


26 


25 


4 


21 


13 


26 


26 


4 


21 


14 


26 


26 


5 


21 


14 


27 


26 


5 


22 


^4 


27 


27 


5 


22 


15 


27 


27 


6 


22 


J 5 


28 


27 


6 


23 


15 


28 


28 


6 


23 


16 


28 


28 


7 


23 


16 


29 


28 


7 


24 


16 


29 


29 


7 


24 


17 


29 


29 


8 


24 


17 


30 


29 


8 


25 


17 


30 


30 


8 


25 


18 


30 


3° 


9 


25 


18 


3* 


30 


9 


26 


18 


3i 


3i 


9 


26 


19 










Oct. 


J»/«r*. 


CVw. 


Ewe. 


Scnu. i 

1 


Nov. 


Mare. 


Cow. 


.£«/*. 


Sow. 


Dec. 


Mare. 


Cow. 


Ewe. 


Sow. 


1 


Aug 3 i 


Jul. 10 


Fb. 26 


Jan-i 9 


1 


Oct. 1 


Augio 


Mar2g 


Fb. 19 


Oct.31 


Sep. 9 


Ap. 28 Ma. 2 1 


2 


Scpc.i 


1 1 


27 


20 


2 


2 


11 


30 


20 


2 


Nov. 1 


10 


29 


22 


3 


2 


12 


28 


21 


3 


3 


12 


31 


21 


3 


2 


11 


30 


23 


4 


3 


13 


Mar. 1 


22 


4 


4 


13 


Apr. 1 


22 


4 


3 


12 


May 1 


24 


5 


4 


14 


2 


23 


5 


5 


14 


2 


23 


5 


4 


13 


2 


25 


6 


5 


15 


3 


24 


6 


6 


15 


3 


24 


6 


5 


14 


3 


26 


7 


6 


16 


4 


25 


7 


7 


16 


4 


25 


7 


6 


15 


4 


27 


8 


7 


17 


5 


26 


8 


8 


17 


S 


26 


8 


7 


16 


5 


28 


9 


3 


18 


6 


27 


9 


9 


18 


6 


27 


9 


8 


17 


6 


29 


10 


9 


19 


7 


28 


10 


10 


19 


7 


28 


10 


9 


18 


7 


30 


n 


10 


20 


8 


29 


11 


11 


20 


8 


Mar. i 


11 


10 


19 


8 


3 1 


12 


11 


21 


9 


30 


12 


12 


21 


9 


2 


12 


11 


20 


9 


Apr. 1 


13 


12 


22 


10 


31 


13 


13 


22 


10 


3 


13 


12 


21 


10 


2 


H 


13 


23 


11 


Feb. 1 


14 


14 


23 


11 


4 


14 


13 


22 


11 


3 


15 


14 


24 


12 


2 


15 


15 


2* 


12 


5 


IS 


14 


23 


12 


4 


16 


iS 


25 


13 


3 


16 


16 


2 5 


13 


6 


16 


15 


24 


13 


5 


17 


16 


26 


14 


4 


17 


17 


26 


14 


7 


17 


16 


25 


14 


6 


18 


17 


27 


IS 


5 


18 


18 


27 


15 


8 


18 


17 


26 


15 


7 


19 


18 


28 


16 


6 


*9 


*9 


28 


16 


9 


19 


18 


27 


16 


8 


20 


19 


29 


17 


- 


20 


20 


29 


17 


10 


20 


19 


28 


17 


9 


21 


20 


30 


18 


8 


21 


21 


3° 


18 


11 


21 


20 


29 


18 


10 


22 


21 


3 1 


19 


9 


22 


22 


31 


19 


12 


22 


21 


30 


19 


11 


»3 


22 


Aug. 1 


20 


10 


23 


23 


Sept. 1 


20 


13 


23 


22 


Oct. 1 


20 


12 


24 


23 


2 


21 


11 


24 


24 


2 


21 


14 


24 


23 


2 


21 


13 


25 
26 


24 


3 


22 


12 


25 


25 


3 


22 


15 


25 


24 


3 


22 


14 


25 


4 


23 


13 


26 


26 


4 


23 


16 


26 


25 


4 


23 


15 


27 
28 


26 


5 


24 


H 


27 


27 


5 


24 


17 


27 


26 


5 


24 


16 


27 


6 


25 


15 


28 


28 


6 


25 


18 


28 


27 


6 


25 


17 


29 


28 


7 


26 


16 


29 


29 


7 


26 


19 


29 


28 


7 


26 


18 


30 


29 


8 


27 


'I 


30 


30 


8 


27 


20 


30 


29 


8 


27 


19 


3i 


3» 


9 


28 


18 ' 












3i 


30 


9 


28 


20 



F1ARS PRICES IN ROSS-SHIRE. 



1859-65 
1866-71 
1872-79 
1880-85 
1886-91 
1892-96 

1897 . 

1898 . 

1899 . 

1900 . 

1901 . 

1902 . 

1903 . 

1904 . 

1905 . 

1906 . 

1907 . 

1908 . 

1909 . 

1910 . 

1911 . 

1912 . 
1913 

1914 . 

1915 . 



Average Prices between Periods named 
Wheat. Barley. 

D 

44 8| 

52 9£ 

45 

38 6| 

21 7| 

25 

32 

26 3£ 



(inclusive). 
Oats. 



OatmeaL 




MARKETS IN THE NORTH OF SCOTLAND. 



Ardelve (Lochalsh) — Oaifctle and Sheep, Saturday after last Tuesday of 
May, Saturday after Portree August Market, Saturday after 3rd 
Tuesday of September, last Tuesday of November. 

Arisaig — Saturday before 2nd Wednesday of June. 

Banff — Hiring, Fridays preceding the terms of Whitsunday and Martin- 
mas. Grain — Every Friday. 

Barra, — Cattle, &c, Fridays before South Uist July and September 
Markets. 

Muir of (3rd — Cattle, 3rd Thursday of January and February. Cattle 
and Horses, 3rd Thursday of March, April, June, and July. Thurs- 
day after 2nd Wednesday of May. Thursday before Failkirk Trysts 
in August, September, and October. Thursday before Edinburgh 
Hallow Fare in Nov. Sheep — 3rd Wednesdays of Miairch, April, 
June, and July, 2nd Wed. of May. Wed. before Falkirk Tryst in 
August, September, and October. Wednesday before Edinburgh 
Hallow Fair in November. Lammas Feeing Market, 2nd Wednes- 
day of August. Fat Stock, Thursday after 3rd Wednesday in Dec. 

Cabrach — Cattle, Sheep, Horses- — Thursday after Glasgow, July, March, 
and Friday before 3rd Monday of October. 

Caithness (Canister) — Last Tuesday in March. Bower Station — 2nd 
Tuesday of May, last Tuesday of September. Lyth — 3rd Tuesday of 
October. Bower — 3rd Tuesday of November. 

Canisbay — 1st Tuesday of May and 1st Tuesday of December. 

Coll — Tuesday before Mull Markets in May and October. 

Deer (New) — 3rd Tuesday of January, Tuesday after 19th June, day be- 
fore 2nd Wednesday of August, Tuesday after 19th October. Hiring 
— 26th May and 26th November, if Thursday, if not, Thursday before 
those dates. 

Dingwall — Live Stock every Wednesday. Special Sheep Sales, Thursdays 
and Fridays as advertised. Special Horse Sales, 1st Saturday every 
month. Feeing — Second Friday of November, 1st Wednesday after 
Martinmas Term, 3rd Friday of March, 3rd Friday of May. 

Dornoch — St Barr's Fair, 1st Tuesday of November. 

Dunbeath — 3rd Tuesday in August and 3rd Tuesday in November. 

Dunnet (Caithness) — 1st Tuesday of April, last Tuesday cf August, 2nd 
Tuesday of October. 

Dunvegan (Skye) — Saturdays before Portree Markets. 

Elgin — Hiring, 3rd Friday of March, Friday before 28th May, last Fri- 
day of July, Friday before 28th November. Cattle Markets every 
Friday. 

Falkirk — Trysts, 2nd Tuesday of August, 2nd Tuesday of September, 
and 2nd Tuesday of October, and Monday before. 

Forres — Cattle, &c, every Tuesday. Hiring — Saturday before 28th May 
and 28th November. 

Gairloch — Cattle and Horses, Thursday before Muir of Ord October and 
November Markets. Tolly — Thursday after Stornoway July Market. 

Georgemas (Caithness) — Sheep, Monday before Inverness Wool Fatir in 
July. Lambs, 2nd Tuesday of August. Tryst, 3rd Tuesday of 
September. 

Glenelg — Friday after last Tuesday of May, Friday after 3rd Tuesday of 
August and September. 

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Markets in the North of Scotland — Continued 

Harris — Cattle and Horses, 1st Thursday of July. 

Helmsdale^ — Thursday before Mair of Ord May and October Markets. 

Invergorden — Harvest Hiring, 1st Tuesday of August. 

Inverness — Weekly Sales of Live Stock — Fat Monday, Stores Tuesday. 
Special Sales as advertised. Hiring, Friday before 28th May and 
28th November. Sheep and Woofl Markets, 2nd Thursday of July 
and two following days. 

Keith — Cattle and Horses, 16th June and 15th September. 

Kirkwall — Lammas Fair, 1st Tuesday after 11th August. Auction Sales 
every Monday. 

Kyle of Sutherland (Bonar-B ridge) . — Mondays before Muir of Ord Mar- 
kets in April, June, July, August, September, and October. 

Lybster — Thursday after Wick Market in July and 2nd Tuesday in Nov. 

Nairn — Feeing Market, last Thursday of March, Thursdays before 28th 
May and 28th November. Live Stock Sales every Thursday. 

Oban — Horses, &c, Tuesday before 1st Thursday of March, Tuesday be- 
fore 4th Thursday of November. Sheep and Wool, Wednesday after 
2nd Thursday of July. 

Portree- — Oattle/last Tuesday of May and 3rd Tuesdays of August, Sep- 
tember, and November. 

Stornaway — 1st Tuesday of July and last Tuesday of August and October. 

Stromness — 1st Wednesday of each' month and 1st Tuesday of Sep. 

Tain — Salles every Friday. Corn Markets every second Friday. 

Thurso — Cattle 1 every Wednesday. 

Uist (South) — 2nd Thursday before last Tuesday of May. Ormielate, 
3rd Wednesday of July and 1st Wednesday of September. Ben- 
becula, Thursday after 3rd Wednesday of July, and 1st Wednesday 
of September. 

Uist (North)— Lochmaddy, Fridays after South Uist July and September 
Markets. 



TO PIPERS. TO PIPERS. 

GEORGE SOUTER, DINGWALL, 

Supplies BAGPIPES in any style, by any of the following Makers, 
at their nett prices — Henderson, Lawrie, Robertson, Glen. 

PRACTISING CHANTERS— 5s, 8s 6d, &c. 

REEDS Stocked are the Best that can be got, and large selections 

always on hand to try- 

PIPE MUSIC by Glen, Logan, Macdonald, &c. 

SECOND-HAND PIPES taken in part payment for New Set. 

PIPE BAGS.— George Souter's are carefully selected from ai very 
Large Stock, and Stamped with his Name. Price, 5s nett. 

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DIRECT FROM THE MAKERS TO YOUR HOME, 



COTTAGE and 
UPRIGHT GRAND PIANOS, 



GEORGE SOUTER, DINGWALL, offers any Instru- 
ment by the following Makers at Keenest Prices, either 
for cash or paying in Instalments, delivered Free at your 
Station — 

CHAPPELL & Co., COLLARD & COLLARD, SPENCER, 

ALLISON, ACHERBERG. 

And any of the Leading Makers. 



PRICES FROM £38 CASH TO £100, 

Or for Ordinary Hire can be delivered through the North 
most conveniently from Dingwall. 



PIANOS AT POPULAR PRICES. 



No Piano at the Price can stand our Highland 
climate like George Souter's " HIGHLAND MODEL," in 
Three Sizes — 

No. I. — 4 ft. high, Iron Frame, Overstrung 24 ft., £18 18s for Cash 
No. II. — Upright Iron Grand, 30 Guineas, far £24 Cash. 
No. III. — Overstrung Model, 35 Guineas, for £28 Cash. 



FULL VALUE for OLD PIANOS taken in EXCHANGE, 

thereafter, being overhauled, are offered at very 

keen prices. 



GEORGE SOUTER, DINGWALL, 

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GRAMOPHONES AND RECORDS 

All the Leading Excelsior Models Stocked from 21s. 

The Warrior Hornless, 42s. 
The Columbia Zonophone, &c. 

(Equal to Models at nearly double the Price.) 

Other Models— Horned and Hornless— to £7 10s 
always in Stock. 



OLD MACHINES TAKEN AS PART PAYMENT. 



Records in Great Variety at from 1/1, 1/6, 2/6, 4/- each. 

CAN BE HEARD AT ANY TIME. 



NEEDLES— Several Kinds Stocked. 

But the Belton Loud at 6d for 200 is equal to any. 



REPAIRS CARRIED OUT QUICKLY AND CHEAPLY. 
GEORGE 80UTEH, DINGWALL. 

TO^^LINISTS 



GEORGE SOUTER, DINGWALL, 

Stocks a range of FRENCH-MADE VIOLINS at from 5 s 
each to £20, they are bought direct from the Makers, 
and are Guaranteed the best that can be got at the 
money. 

Customers can always test any instrument before 
buying. 

SELECTION OF OLD VIOLINS ALWAYS ON HAND. 



VIOLIN STRINGS, BOWS, CASES, MUSIC STANDS, 



George Souter's stock of Violin Strings is one of the 
most complete in the North, comprising Gut, Silk, Silver, 
and Tested Strings, by such Makers as Miiller, Guivier 
Lamy & Co., and bought direct from the Makers. 

REPAIRS. 

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ESTABLISHED 1838. 



MACKENZIE 

THE LEADING FAMILY GROCER, 
WINE ANO SPIRIT MERCHANT, 

IN ROSS-SHIRE. 

Telegrams — ''Mackenzie, Grocer." Telephone — No. 7. 



WAREHOUSE AND OFFICES: HIGH STREET, DINGWALL. 
Cellars and Whisky Vaults: LEOPOLD PLACE, DINGWALL. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE PURVEYING OF 

SHOOTING LODGES, YACHTS, &c. 

WHERE POSSIBLE, OUR OWN VANS DELIVER GOODS FREE 

Country Orders — Carriage Paid. 



Prices identical to those charged by the London Houses and Stores 

Complete Order Forms and Price Lists on application. 



LARGE HOLDER OF RARE WINES, BRANDIES, &c. 

Proprietor of 

"GLEN RANNOCH" QLD HIGHLAND WHISKY. 

THE LEADING ROSS-SHIRE WHISKY. 
The Guaranteed Product of the Best Highland Distilleries. 

Six Years Old 42s per Dozen, 21s per Gallon. 

Ten Years Old 48s per Dozen, 24s per Gallon. 

Fifteen Years Old 4s 6d per Bottle, 54s per Dozen. 

Sample Bottles Post Free; 4s per Bottle for Six Years Old, 4s 6d 

for Ten Years Old, and 5s for Fifteen Years Old. 
GILLIES' WHISKY 18s per Gallon, 36s per Dozen. 

Carriage Paid to any Station in quantities of 1 Dozen and upwards. 

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DINGWALL AUCTION MARKET. 



MACCALLUM BROTHERS, 

AUCTIONEERS AND LIVE STOCK SALESMEN. 



Special attention given to Furniture and Farm Stock Sales. 

VALUATIONS OF ALL KINDS UNDERTAKEN. 
AMPLE KEEP AND ACCOMMODATION FOR STOCK ARRIV- 
ING PREVIOUS TO DAY OF SALE. 



WEEKLY SALES of Fat and Store Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs, on 
WEDNESDAYS, at 12 Noon prompt. 

MONTHLY SALES of Horses on the FIRST SATURDAY of 
Every Month. 



SPECIAL SALES: 

WEDNESDAY, 7th April.— Twenty-Fourth Great Annual Spring 
Show and Sale of Cross and Polled Bullocks and Heifers, and 
alii Classes of Stock. Over £50 in Plate and Money Prizes will 
he given. For the past number of years this has been the 
largest and best Shaw shown of Store' Cattle in the North' of 
Scotland. 

THURSDAY, 8th April.— SpeoialSale of all classes of Store Sheep. 

WEDNESDAY, 28th April.— Special Sale of Cattle. 

WEDNESDAY, 2nd June.— Special Sale of Cattle. 

SATURDAY, 5th June.— Great Annual June Sale of Horses, 
Carriages, &c. 

THURSDAY, 12th August, -Speciall Sale of H.B. and G.F. Lambs 
and all classes of Feeding Sheep, and every following Thursday. 

THURSDAY, 19th August,— Special Sale of Cheviot and B.F. 
Lambs and all classes of Sheep, and every following Thursday. 

GREAT ANNUAL OCTOBER THREE DAYS' SALE of over 1000 
Cattle, 8000 Ewes, 4000 Cheviot and B.F. Wedders and Lambs, 
200 Pure-Bred Rams, holds on Wednesday, Thursday, and 
Friday, 6th, 7th, and 8th October. 

GREAT ANNUAL NOVEMBER THREE DAYS' SALE of Cattle, 
Sheep, and Horses, holds on 3rd, 4th, and 5th November. 

TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SHOW and SALE 
of Prime Fat Stock on 15th December. 



MACCALLUM BROTHERS, Auctioneers & Live Stock Salesmen. 



SUPREME SILENT 

SUNBEAM CARS. 

STUDEBAKER CAR S. 

FORD CARS. 



SUNBEAM MOTOR CYCLES AND CYCLES. 

TRIUMPH MOTOR CYCLES AND CYCLES. 

B.S.A. MOTOR CYCLES AND CYCLES. 



AGENTS FOR ALL THE ABOVE. 

SEND FOR CATALOGUES AND TERMS. 



ROBERTSON & PORTER. 

ENGINEERS, 
DINGWALL and STRATHPEFFER. 



ESTABLISHED 1884. 

THE DINGWALL AUCTION MART. 



D. MACKINTOSH & COY. 

OP DINGWALL, LTD., 

AUCTIONEERS & LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, & VALUATORS. 



WEEKLY SALES of Prime Fat Cattle, Sheep and Pigs, Store 
Cattle, Milk Cows and Calves, every WEDNESDAY at 11 a.m. 



GREAT SPECIAL SALES of Lambs, Breeding Ewes, Gimmers, 
and all Classes of Feeding Sheep, every THURSDAY, com- 
mencing 5th AUGUST un'il end of NOVEMBER, also Large 
Spring Sales of Feeding Hoggs and Grit Ewes as advertised. 



SALES CONDUCTED IN ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY. 

Special attention given to Sales of Farm Stock and Furniture. 
VALUATIONS OF ALL KINDS UNDERTAKEN. 



BEAULY AUCTION MART. 



MONTHLY SALES of Cattle, Sheep and Pigs, on SECOND 
SATURDAY of every Month at 11.30 a.m. 



FORSINARD, SUTH ERLANDSH IRE. 

ANNUAL SALES, August and September, of Cheviot Lambs, 
Cheviot Ewes, Highland and Cross Cattle, as advertised. 



Information as to state of Trade and other particulars will b* 
gladly given to Customers making enquiry. 



A Full List of Special Sale Fixtures is issued annually, and may 
be had on application to the Firm. 



Ample Keep and Accommodation for Stork previous to Day of Sale, 
and careful Men await arrival of all Trains. 

D. J. C. MACKINTOSH, Manager. 

'Phone 41 Y 5. Telegrams — Mackintosh, Dingwall. 



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