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Private John Mackenzie

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Mackenzie
Forename(s): John
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Mill House, Ullapool

No Headline

Handwritten notes: “Missing. Liberated 11th May, 1945.”

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Driver Kenneth Mackenzie

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Mackenzie
Forename(s): Kenneth
Rank: Driver
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Royal Hotel, Ullapool.

No Headline

Handwritten notes: “Missing. Liberated 15th June, 1945.”

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Private Kenneth C. Mackenzie

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Mackenzie
Forename(s): Kenneth C.
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Strathcanaird, Lochbroom

No Headline

Handwritten note: “Missing”

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Private Kenneth J. Mackenzie

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Mackenzie
Forename(s): Kenneth J.
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: 13 Ladysmith Street, Ullapool

No Headline

Handwritten note: “Missing”

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Private Murdo Mackenzie

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Mackenzie
Forename(s): Murdo
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Crofton, Ullapool

No Headline

Handwritten notes: “Missing. Prisoner of War 13th Sept., 1940. Liberated 11th May, 1945.”

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Lance Corporal William Mackenzie

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Mackenzie
Forename(s): William
Rank: Lance Corporal
Regiment: The Gordons
Home Address: Braemore, Ullapool

No Headline

Handwritten note: “Missing.”

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Signaller Alexander Macleod

Date of Paper: 21.08.1942
Surname: Macleod
Forename(s): Alexander
Rank: Signaller
Regiment: Royal Corps of Signals
Home Address: Mossford, Ullapool

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Signaller Alexander Macleod, RCOS, son of Mrs Macleod and the late Rev Mr Macleod, Mossford, Ullapool, posted missing on 17 June 1942, has written to his mother that he is a prisoner of war in Italy. He states that he is in good health, is being well treated and has received a Red Cross parcel.
Handwritten note: “Liberated 25 May 1945”

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Corporal Alister Macleod

Date of Paper: 11.10.1940
Surname: Macleod
Forename(s): Alister
Rank: Corporal
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Riverside House, Ullapool

No Headline

Handwritten notes: “Son of Mr and Mrs Hugh Macleod, Riverside House, Ullapool. Prisoner of War. Liberated 28 May 1945.”

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Private Allan Macleod

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Macleod
Forename(s): Allan
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Ladysmith Street, Ullapool.

No Headline

Handwritten note: “Wounded”

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Private Angus Macleod

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Macleod
Forename(s): Angus
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: 8 Ladysmith Street, Ullapool

No Headline

Handwritten notes: “Son of Mrs Macleod and the late Mr Murdo Macleod. Missing. Prisoner of War 8 October 1940. Liberated 1 June 1945.”

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Private Colin C. Macleod

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Macleod
Forename(s): Colin C
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Point Street, Ullapool

No Headline

Handwritten notes: “Missing. October 9, 1942, reported killed in action in January 1942. Was at sea before joining the Seaforths and at one time was employed by Colonel Mitford.”

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Private D. Hugh Macleod

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Macleod
Forename(s): D Hugh
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: 25 Ladysmith Street, Ullapool.

No Headline

Handwritten note: “Wounded”

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Private Hugh Macleod

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Macleod
Forename(s): Hugh
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: 29 Ladysmith Street, Ullapool

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[July 1941] Mr Murdo Macleod, third son of Mrs Macleod and the late Murdo Macleod, 29 Ladysmith Street, Ullapool, is at home on a short holiday before joining his unit, the RAF, somewhere in England. Mr Macleod’s other five brothers are already in the army. Four of them were in the Seaforths at the outbreak of war; two of them, Hugh and Allan, went out to France with the 51st (Highland Division). Hugh is a prisoner of war in Germany. Allan came home wounded but is now with his unit. To have six sons doing their best must almost be a record.
Handwritten notes re Hugh: “Missing. Hugh liberated 11 May 1945.”

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Lance Corporal James Macleod

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Macleod
Forename(s): James
Rank: Lance Corporal
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Polglass, Lochbroom

No Headline

Handwritten note: “Missing”

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