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Private William Cameron

Date of Paper: 07.04.1944
Surname: Cameron
Forename(s): William
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforths
Home Address: Mid Badgrinnan, Culbokie

Pte. William Cameron, The Seaforths, wounded while serving with the Central Mediterranean Force, is a son of Mr and Mrs Cameron, Mid Badgrinnan, Culbokie.

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Gunner Andrew Dingwall

Date of Paper: 11.02.1944
Surname: Dingwall
Forename(s): Andrew
Rank: Gunner
Regiment: Royal Artillery
Home Address: Ivybank, Culbokie

PRISONERS OF WAR

Gunner Andrew Dingwall, last heard of in June 1943 at Camp P.G. 115, P.M. 3300, Italy, has now written to his parents, Mr and Mrs Colin Dingwall, Ivybank, Culbokie, fromn Stalag VII A, Germany. The letter is dated 6th January and Gunner Dingwall says he is well but in the “bag” again after a hiking tour of Italy. He appears to have arrived in camp about 22nd December 1943.

See entry below for details of his brother Peter Dingwall

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Trooper Peter Dingwall

Date of Paper: 08.09.1944
Surname: Dingwall
Forename(s): Peter
Rank: Trooper
Regiment: Lovat Scouts
Home Address: Ivybank, Culbokie

Trooper Peter Dingwall, Lovat Scouts, wounded in France, is a son of Mrs C. Dingwall, Ivybank, Culbokie. Prior to the war he was a motor driver with Mr Munro, Alness.

See entry above for details of his brother Andrew Dingwall

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Private Donald Macphee

Date of Paper: 12.07.1940
Surname: Macphee
Forename(s): Donald
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforths
Home Address: Mount Eagle, Culbokie

Pte. William Macphee, The Seaforths, missing, is a son of Mr and Mrs Macphee, Mount Eagle, Culbokie. Pte. Donald Macphee, another son, also with The Seaforths, has not been heard of for some weeks. Both youths are well known throughout the Black Isle. Although living amid primitive surroundings, they readily responded to the call of King and Country.

Handwritten notes: “Pte. Donald Macphee, another son, reported prisoner of war, 23rd August, 1940.”
“Pte. William Macphee reported prisoner of war 30th August, 1940.”

See entry below for details of his brother William Macphee

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Private William Macphee

Date of Paper: 12.07.1940
Surname: Macphee
Forename(s): William
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforths
Home Address: Mount Eagle, Culbokie

Pte. William Macphee, The Seaforths, missing, is a son of Mr and Mrs Macphee, Mount Eagle, Culbokie. Pte. Donald Macphee, another son, also with The Seaforths, has not been heard of for some weeks. Both youths are well known throughout the Black Isle. Although living amid primitive surroundings, they readily responded to the call of King and Country.

Handwritten notes: “Pte. Donald Macphee, another son, reported prisoner of war, 23rd August, 1940.”
“Pte. William Macphee reported prisoner of war 30th August, 1940.”

See entry above for details of his brother Donald Macphee

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Private Murdo Macrae

Date of Paper : 14.06.1940
Surname: Macrae
Forename(s): Murdo
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Clashcairn, Culbokie

Pte. Murdo Macrae, Seaforth Highlanders, killed in action, was a son of Mrs Macrae and of the late Mr Murdo Macrae, Clashcairn, Culbokie. Twenty years of age, he was employed by the Forestry Department in the Black Isle prior to the war.

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Lewis Morrison

Date of Paper: 04.06.1943
Surname: Morrison
Forename(s): Lewis
Rank: Not stated
Regiment: Not stated
Home Address: Newton, Ferintosh, Conon Bridge

MORRISON – Lost at sea, on May 22nd 1943, Lewis Morrison, aged 18 years, son of Mr and Mrs Morrison, Newton, Ferintosh. Sadly missed.

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Private William J. Munro

Date of Paper: 16.08.1940
Surname: Munro
Forename(s): William J.
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Greenleonacks, Culbokie

Pte. William J. Munro, The Seaforths, prisoner of war, is the only son of Mr and Mrs John Munro, Greenleonacks, Culbokie, and a nephew of the late Major Donald Munro, M.C., The Seaforth Highlanders, well known in Fort George and Dingwall.

Handwritten note: “Liberated by Russians in Poland and sent to Odessa 23/3/45.”

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