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Private Duncan Robbie

Private Duncan Robbie

Date of Paper: 28.04.1944
Surname: Robbie
Forename(s): Duncan
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforths
Home Address: Teanahinch Farm, Conon Bridge

Handwritten notes: “Son of Mr James Robbie, Teanahinch Farm, Conon. Wounded.”

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Andrew Ross Guardsman, Scots Guards

Guardsman Andrew Ross

Date of Paper: 14.08.1942
Surname: Ross
Forename(s): Andrew
Rank: Guardsman
Regiment: Scots Guards
Home Address: Teanahoun Farm, Conon Bridge

Official intimation has been received that Guardsman Andrew Ross, Scots Guards, is a prisoner of war, having been captured in the Middle East. Prior to enlisting he was employed by Mr Frank Matheson, Teanahoun Farm, Conon.

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Private John Swanson

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Private Robert Swanson

Private John Swanson

Private Robert Swanson

Date of paper: 26.07.1940
Surname: Swanson
Forename(s): John and Robert
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Ballicherry, Poyntzfield, Conon Bridge

Pte. Robert Swanson and Pte. John Swanson, The Seaforths, missing, are sons of Mr and Mrs Swanson, Ballicherry, Poyntzfield. Both were Territorials before the war and were employed by Mr Wylie, Ballicherry.

Handwritten notes: “Prisoners of War 20th Sept., 1940. Released in Poland 20/4/45/”

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Corporal Frederick Webb

Corporal Frederick Webb

Date of Paper: 04.06.1943
Surname: Webb
Forename(s): Frederick
Rank: Corporal
Regiment: 16/5 Lancers
Home Address: Tighnahinch, Conon Bridge

WEBB – Killed in action in North Africa, on 10th May 1943, Cpl. Frederick Webb, 16/5 Lancers, beloved husband of Margaret Robbie, Tighnahinch, Conon Bridge.

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