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Kinlochbervie War Memorial

The following list is the men who died during World War One and honoured on the Kinlochbervie War Memorial. If you have information or photographs of any of the men listed, or anyone from the area who took part in WWI, we’d love to hear from you! Please email Eileen Mackay at genealogy@strathnavermuseum.org.uk.

J. Fraser, Private, Lovat Scouts

G. Grey, Private, Canadian Expeditionary Force

D. Macdonald, Private, Seaforth Highlanders

M. Macdonald, Seaman, Royal Navy

N. Macintosh, Private, Seaforth Highlanders

W. Macintosh, Private, New Zealand Forces

M. Mackay, Private, New Zealand Forces

G. Mackay, Private, New Zealand Forces

D. Mackay, Seaman, Royal Navy

A. Mackay, Private, Seaforth Highlanders

J. Mackenzie, Private, Seaforth Highlanders

G. Mackinnon, Private, Gordon Highlanders

David Macleod (5078), Private, Lovat Scouts

Son of Mr and Mrs Macleod, of Oldshoremore David served with the 1st/2nd Lovat Scouts. As shown on his medal card David entered the theatre of war on 26 September 1915 and died of dysentery a month later at the age of only 22. He was awarded the Victory medal, British medal and 15 Star.

J. Macpherson, Seaman, Royal Navy

G. Morrison, Private, Seaforth Highlanders

A. Morrison, Seaman, Royal Navy

D. M. Morrison, Corporal, Lovat Scouts

J. K. Morrison, Private, Seaforth Highlanders

D. Ross, Private, Seaforth Highlanders

N. Ross, Private, New Zealand Forces

H. Ross, Private, New Zealand Forces