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Private Ian Macnaughton

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Private Ian Macnaughton

Date of Paper: 10.12.1943
Surname: Macnaughton
Forename(s): Ian
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforths
Home Address: Scatwell Gardens, Marybank


Pte. Ian Macnaughton, The Seaforths, one of the repatriated prisoners, was prior to the war a gardener with Sir William Coats Cross of Scatwell, Bart. An old 4th Seaforth, he went with the 51st Division to France in 1940, and was wounded and made prisoner at St Valery. It is interesting to note that he was one of the prisoners who attended the funeral of the late Pte. Joseph W. Gibson, Dingwall, who died as a prisoner of war in Germany in August last.

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Sergeant John Urquhart

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Sergeant John Urquhart

Date of Paper: 08.12.1944
Surname: Urquhart
Forename(s): John
Rank: Sergeant
Regiment: Lovat Scouts
Home Address: Dalnacroich, Strathconon


Sgt. John Urquhart, Lovat Scouts, son of Mrs Urquhart, Dalnacroich, Strathconon, posted missing in September, is now known to be a prisoner of war in Germany. His many friends who shared in the anxiety, rejoice in his safety, which brings general happiness to the Glen.

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