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Private John A. Macleod

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Macleod
Forename(s): John A
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Polglass, Lochbroom

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Handwritten note: “Missing”

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Private Kenneth Macleod

Date of Paper: 04.12.1942
Surname: Macleod
Forename(s): Kenneth
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: West Terrace, Ullapool

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Private Kenneth Macleod, The Seaforths, wounded in the Middle East, is a son of Mr Alex Macleod, mason contractor, West Terrace, Ullapool.

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Corporal William Macleod

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

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

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Private Roderick macpherson

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Macpherson
Forename(s): Roderick
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Corry, Ullapool

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Handwritten note: “Wounded.”

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Lance Corporal Roderick Rae

Date of Paper: 05.07.1940
Surname: Rae
Forename(s): Roderick
Rank: Lance Corporal
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Benwell House, Ullapool

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Handwritten notes: “Son of Mr Rae and late Mrs C. Rae. Missing. Prisoner of War 27th Sept., 1940. Liberated 25th May, 1945.

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Private George A. Ross

Date of Paper: 05.071940
Surname: Ross
Forename(s): George A.
Rank: Private
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Argyle Street, Ullapool

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Handwritten notes: “Prisoner of War 27th Sept., 1940. Liberated 25th May, 1945.”

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Piper Peter G. Ross

Date of Paper 13.09.1940
Surname Ross
Forename(s) Peter G.
Rank Piper
Regiment Cameron Highlanders
Home Address The Mills, Geocral, Harris

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Handwritten notes: “Son of Mr and Mrs William Ross, The Mills, Geocral, Harris, formerly of Ullapool. Prisoner of War.”

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Second Lieutenant James Stalker

Date of Paper: 04.12.1942
Surname: Stalker
Forename(s): James
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: West Terrace, Ullapool

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Second-Lieut. James Stalker, The Seaforths, who has died of wounds in Egypt, is the only son of Lt.-Col. R. H. Stalker, R.A.V.C., and a nephew of Mrs Wallace, West Terrace, Ullapool. He was 22 years of age.

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Captain Alan D. Wallace

Date of Paper: 16.08.1940
Surname: Wallace
Forename(s): Alan D.
Rank: Captain
Regiment: Seaforths
Home Address: Ullapool

Captain Alan D. Wallace, The Seaforths, prisoner of war, is a son of Dr and Mrs Wallace, Ullapool. Captain Wallace received his commission a few days before the war broke out and was promoted Captain in February. It will be recalled that Captain Wallace was some time ago awarded the Certificate of the Royal Humane Society for rescuing a girl from the Thames. His young wife resides with Captain Wallace’s parents at Ullapool.

Handwritten notes: “Sister lost on board Benares 27th Sept., 1940. Liberated 25th May, 1945.”

See entry below for details of his brother John Douglas Wallace

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Pilot Officer John Douglas Wallace

Date of Paper: 21.05.1943
Surname: Wallace
Forename(s): John Douglas
Rank: Pilot Officer
Regiment: Royal Air Force V.R.
Home Address: Ullapool

Missing

Pilot Officer John Douglas Wallace, RAF VR, reported missing while on operational duty on the night of 12th-13th May, 1943, is the youngest son of Dr and Mrs Wallace, Ullapool. He is 21 years of age.

Date of Paper: 18.06.1944

Killed in Action

Pilot Officer John Douglas Wallace, RAF VR, previously reported missing, is now officially reported to have lost his life during operational flying. He was the younger son of Dr and Mrs Wallace, Ullapool, and was educated at Ullapool HG School and Inverness Royal Academy, where he gained the Leaving Certificate in 1939. Always keen on flying, he applied at the age of 17-1/2 years for enlistment in the RAF. He was passed by the Selection Board but failed in his medical test. On the outbreak of war he again volunteered for an air crew, was eventually passed in grade 2 and was accepted as a fitter, in which capacity he served for nine months. Again volunteering for an air crew, he passed fit and went to Florida for training and became a navigator. On returning to the home country he received a commission and after a brief spell in the Coastal Command was transferred to a Lancaster Bomber.

See entry above for details of his brother Alan D. Wallace

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