Lochbroom Folk

Lochbroom's Sacrifice in the Second World War


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SOURCES

Primary Sources

The National Archives (TNA)

WO 95/1757 – War Diary: 9th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders – May 19125 to June 1919
WO 166/4648 – War Diary: Sept and Oct 1939 – Infantry Training Centre Seaforth Highlanders

WO 166/4650 - War Diary 4th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders – August 25th 1939 to December 1939.

WO 167/820 -0 War Diary 4th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders – January-March 1940

WO 167/406 - Summary of 152 Infantry Brigade War Diary – April 1940

WO 344/201/2: General Questionnaire for British/American ex-Prisoners of War
Private Murdo Mackenzie, Service No. 2822123

WO 344/202/2: General Questionnaire for British/American ex-Prisoners of War:
CSM Duncan Maclennan, Service No. 2816336
Mess Boy Duncan Donald Maclennan, Merchant Navy
Corporal Alexander Macleod, Service No. 2818520
Driver Alexander Christopher Macleod, Service No. 2334919
Private Angus Macleod, Service No. 2820988
Gunner Duncan Macleod, Service No. 2817354

WO 344/272: General Questionnaire for British/American ex-Prisoners of War:
Private George Alexander Ross, Service No. 2822654

WO 344/331/1: General Questionnaire for British/American ex-Prisoners of War:
Captain Alan Diarmid Wallace, Service No. 93863

WO 373/15
Company Sergeant Major Duncan Maclellan’s citation for Distinguished Conduct Medal

WO 373/3
Sergeant Donald Hugh Macleod’s citation for Military Medal

WO 373/89
Major Simon Keith Fraser’s citation for Mentioned in Despatches

General Register Office:  Births, Marriages and Deaths Certificates

National Records of Scotland:
Births, Marriages and Deaths and Valuation Rolls, Parish of Lochbroom, 1935 and 1940.

Boa, Jackie (1998) Recollections of Isle Martin

Munro of Foulis, Patrick, Captain 4th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders – War Diary January to June 1940


Secondary Sources


Borthwick, Alastair (1994)  Battalion, pub. B√Ęton Wicks

Bridgland, Tony (2002)  Waves of Hate – Naval Atrocities of the Second World War, pub. Leo Cooper

Cochrane, Stewart (2000)  Chindit: Special Force, Burma 1944, eBook

David, Saul (1994)  Churchill’s Sacrifice of the Highland Division – France 1940, Pub. Brassey’s

Doherty, Richard (2006)  None Bolder – The History of the 51st Highland Division in the Second World War, pub. Spellmount Ltd.

Linklater, Eric (1942)  The Highland Division, pub. HMSO.

Redding, Tony (2015)  War in the Wilderness: The Chindits in Burma 1943-1944, pub Spellmount

Royle, Trevor (2011)  A Time of Tyrants – Scotland and the Second World War, pub Birlinn Ltd.

Shaw, Donald (2002)  A Hundred Years in Wester Ross 1900-2000, pub. Shaw

Thompson, Julian (2010)  Forgotten Voices of Burma, pub. Ebury Press

Wickiewicz, Anna (2017)  Captivity in British Uniforms Stalag VIII B (344) Lamsdorf, pub. Opole

Website: www.51hd.co.uk




INDEX

CAMPBELL, Ian Roderick, Private – 15
CLUNE, Arthur Ernest Thomas, Private – 15

FINLAYSON, James, Private - 15
FORTUNE, Victor M, Major General, CB – 06,13

FRASER, Robert William, Sergeant – 24
FRASER, Simon Keith, Major M.C. – 06, 08, 09. 10, 29
FRASER, William Alexander, Lance Corporal – 15

HILL, Stanley Herbert, Major – 18
HOULDSWORTH, H.W. Lt Col, DSO, MC – 06, 08

MACARTHUR, Roderick Maclean, Able Seaman – 21
MACAULAY, John, Private – 09, 12

MACDONALD, Douglas – Sergeant – 03, 23
MACDONALD, Duncan, Lieutenant Commander RNVR – 26
MACDONALD, Hector John (Iain), Private – 16. 26
MACDONALD, Kenneth, Private – 26, 29
MACDONALD, Kenneth Angus, Private – 09, 11
MACDONALD, Murdo, Private – 26
MACDONALD, Roderick, Private – 26
MACDONALD, William, Pilot RAF – 26

MACIVER, John, Trimmer – 21

MACKAY, Angus McBeath, MA, Colour Sergeant – 03, 19

MACKENZIE, Donnie, (Chindits) – 27
MACKENZIE, Finlay, Able Seaman – 21, 25
MACKENZIE, Ian, Aircraftman 2nd Class – 23, 25
MACKENZIE, John, Private – 16
MACKENZIE, Kenneth, Private - 16
MACKENZIE, Kenneth Charles, Private – 09, 11
MACKENZIE, Kenneth John, Private – 16
MACKENZIE, Murdo, Private – 16
MACKENZIE, Murdoch, Private - 23
MACKENZIE, Roderick, Able Seaman (HM Tug Samsonia) – 25
MACKENZIE, Roderick, Able Seaman (ss Romsey) – 21, 22
MACKENZIE, Roderick George Lyall, Leading Aircraftman - 23
MACKENZIE, Roderick Thompson, Fireman (ss Romsey) – 22
MACKENZIE, William, Private – 09, 11

MACLEAN, Alexander, Private – 20
MACLEAN, Duncan, Private – 03, 19

MACLELLAN, Donald, Private – 16

MACLENNAN, Duncan, Company Sergeant Major – 16
MACLENNAN, Duncan Donald, Mess Room Boy – 18
MACLENNAN, Gregor Ewan, Able Seaman – 29

MACLEOD, Alexander (Alister), Corporal – 16
MACLEOD, Alexander Christopher, Driver – 18
MACLEOD, Angus, Private - 17
MACLEOD, Colin Charles, Private – 09, 11, 29
MACLEOD, Donald Hugh, Sergeant MM – 19
MACLEOD, Duncan, Gunner – 18
MACLEOD, Hugh, Private - 12
MACLEOD, Hugh, Private, Service No. 2817114 - 17
MACLEOD, James, Lance Corporal – 12, 29
MACLEOD, Kenneth, Private – 19

MACMILLAN, John, Corporal – 09, 11, 29
MACNAB, James, 2nd Officer – 22
MACPHERSON, Roderick, Private – 12
MACRAE, Donald Alexander, Private – 17

MUNRO, Hector, Private - 17
MUNRO, Patrick, Captain – 07, 08

OWENS, Henry, Gunner Artificer, Royal Artillery – 35

RAE, Roderick Scott, Lance Corporal – 17
ROSS, George Alexander, Private – 17

VYNER, Charles de Grey, Sub-Lieutenant – 21
VYNER, Elizabeth De Grey, Wren – 21

WALLACE, Agnes Harris, Nurse Stewardess – 22
WALLACE, Alan Diarmid, Captain – 17
WALLACE, John Douglas, Flying Officer RAFVR – 23


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