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Captain (Rev.) R. Robertson

Date of Paper: 25.02.1944
Surname: Robertson
Forename(s): R.
Rank: Captain (Rev.)
Regiment: Cameronians
Home Address: Lochcarron

WOUNDED

Capt. R. Robertson, Cameronians, wounded in the back and forehead, was prior to the war Parish Minister of Lochcarron. He previously served with the Lovat Scouts in the Garoe Islands, and was wounded but recovered.

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Private Charles Sinclair

Date of Paper: 13.09.1940
Surname: Sinclair
Forename(s): Charles
Rank: Private/?
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Lochcarron

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Handwritten note: “Prisoner of War”

See entry below for details of his brother Donald Sinclair

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Donald Sinclair

Date of Paper: 13.09.1940
Surname: Sinclair
Forename(s): Donald
Rank: ?
Regiment: ?
Home Address: Lochcarron

No Headline

Handwritten note: “Prisoner of War”

See entry above for details of his brother Charles Sinclair

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Lance Corporal Donald Sinclair

Date of Paper: 13.09.1940
Surname: Sinclair
Forename(s): Donald
Rank: Lance Corporal
Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders
Home Address: Lochcarron

No Headline

Handwritten notes: “Prisoner of War. Liberated 15th June, 1945.”

See entry below for details of his brother Charles Sinclair

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Charles Sinclair

Date of Paper: 13.09.1940
Surname: Sinclair
Forename(s): Charles
Rank: ?
Regiment: ?
Home Address: Lochcarron

No Headline

Handwritten notes: “Prisoner of War. Liberated 15th June, 1945.”

See entry above for details of his brother Donald Sinclair

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