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1st Engineer Officer Alick Ewan Mackenzie

Date of Paper: 30.03.1945
Surname: Mackenzie
Forename(s): Alick Ewan
Rank: 1st Engineer Officer
Regiment: Royal Navy
Home Address: 22 Port Henderson, Gairloch

LOST AT SEA

Mr Alick Ewan Mackenzie, 1st Engineer Officer, 22 Port Henderson, Gairloch, is now officially reported to have lost his life “due to enemy action or other causes arising out of the war”.

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Private William Mackenzie

Date of Paper: 06.09.1940
Surname: Mackenzie
Forename(s): William
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforths
Home Address 41 Lonemore, Gairloch

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Ptes. William and John Mackenzie, The Seaforths, prisoners of war, are sons of Mr and Mrs D. Mackenzie, 41 Lonemore, Gairloch. Both are motor drivers.

See entry below for details of his brother John Mackenzie

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Private John Mackenzie

Date of Paper: 06.09.1940
Surname: Mackenzie
Forename(s): John
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforths
Home Address 41 Lonemore, Gairloch

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Ptes. William and John Mackenzie, The Seaforths, prisoners of war, are sons of Mr and Mrs D. Mackenzie, 41 Lonemore, Gairloch. Both are motor drivers.

See entry above for details of his brother William Mackenzie

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Private Hector Macleod

Date of Paper: 06.09.1940
Surname: Macleod
Forename(s): Hector
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: 56 Lonemore, Gairloch

PRISONER OF WAR

Private Hector Macleod, The Seaforths, prisoner of war, is a son of Mr and Mrs Macleod, 56 Lonemore, Gairloch, and was formerly employed by the District Council.

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Corporal Duncan Macpherson

Date of Paper: 06.09.1940
Surname: Macpherson
Forename(s): Duncan
Rank: Corporal
Regiment: Seaforths
Home Address: 7 Port Henderson, Gairloch

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Cpl. Duncan Macpherson, The Seaforths, prisoner of war, is a son of the late Mr and Mrs Kenneth Macpherson, 7 Port Henderson, Gairloch, and was in the employment of the District Council prior to the war.

See entry below for details of his brother Roderick Macpherson

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Private Roderick Macpherson

Date of Paper: 09.08.1940
Surname: Macpherson
Forename(s): Roderick
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforths
Home Address: 7 Port Henderson, Gairloch

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Handwritten note: “Forestry Worker. Wounded.”

See entry above for details of his brother Duncan Macpherson

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MacRae Donald, Pte, Badachro

Private Donald Macrae

Date of Paper: 02.08.1940
Surname: Macrae
Forename(s): Donald
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Badachro, Gairloch

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Pte. D. Macrae, The Seaforths, is reported missing, believed killed. He was the son of the late Mr Macrae, and of Mrs Macrae, Badachro, Gairloch, and previous to enlisting was a tailor in Gairloch.

Handwritten note: “Prisoner of War 27th Sept., 1940.”

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Corporal John Mackenzie

Date of Paper: 09.08.1940
Surname: Mackenzie
Forename(s): John
Rank: Corporal
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: 11 Opinan, Gairloch

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Handwritten notes: “Son of Mr Alick Mackenzie and late Mrs Mackenzie. Wounded.”

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Lance Corporal M. H. Mackenzie

Date of Paper: 02.08.1940
Surname: Mackenzie
Forename(s): M. H.
Rank: Lance Corporal
Regiment: Seaforths
Home Address: 4 Strath, Gairloch

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L./Cpl. M. H. Mackenzie, The Seaforths, previously reported missing, is now reported to have been wounded at St Valery, and a prisoner of war. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Mackenzie, 4 Strath, Gairloch, and previous to joining up was a motor driver at Loch Awe.

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Chief Stewart Murdo Mackenzie

Date of Paper: 12.07.1940
Surname: Mackenzie
Forename(s): Murdo
Rank: Chief Stewart
Regiment: Royal Navy
Home Address: 6 Porthenderson, Gairloch

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Murdo Mackenzie (42), was third son of Mr Donald Mackenzie, 6 Porthenderson, Gairloch. He was chief stewart on HMS Grieve, which was sunk by enemy action off Dunkirk. His home was in Southampton, where his wife and infant son live. He has four brothers serving, two in the Fleet and two in merchant ships.

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