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AIRD SCHOOL DISTRICT
ALICK, Mate, R.N.R.; awarded the medal Norwegian Honour
by the Norwegian Government, on account of hi? gallant service
through 1916 and 1917 on dangerous seas in diverting traffic,
convoying and greatly protecting their commerce (four sons of
Mr Donald Macleod). JOHN, Mate, R.N.R. ; torpedoed; took
part in the famous attack on Zeebrugge. DUNCAN, Sergt.,
Gordons; three times wounded. MURDO, R.N.R. ; torpedoed
(three son? of Mr Kenneth Macleod).
11 CAMPBELL— NORMAN, Corpl.., Seaforths; wounded. THOMAS,
Corpl., Gordons; wounded five times; awarded 1914 Star (sons
of Mr Murdo Campbell!.
12 CAMPBELL— *NORMAN. R.M.B. ; wounded, Suvla Bay, Gallipoli,
and died in hospital 9th Aug., 1915, aged 20 years.' ANGUS,
R.N.R. (sons of Mr Donald Campbell).
13 CAMPBELL— *JOHN, R.N.R.; lost with H.M.S. "Bayano" off the
coast of Ayr, 15th March, 1915; aged 33 years. WILLIAM,
R.N.R., took part in fall of Antwerp; died 11th June, 1918,
aged 32 years (sons of Mr Norman Campbell). NORMAN,
R.N.R.; interned in Holland, holds 1914 Star (cousin of above).
14 MACKENZIE— THOMAS, Sergt., Seaforths; twice wounded.
JOHN, R.N.R.
15 MACDONAI.D— *JOHN, Seaforths; killed in Mesopotamia, 22nd
April, 1916, during the great counter-attack of the Turkish
Army at Beit Aicesa, when the enemy were heavily repulsed,
leaving 3000 dead on the field and 400 prisoners; aged 22 years.
MURDO. Gunner, R.N.R. MALCOLM, R.N.R. (sons of Mr
Murdo Macdonald).
15 MACLEOD— EVANDER (Alex.), R.N.R. ALICK JOHN (Nor-
man), Gordons.
LOCHSIDE.
MACLEOD— MURDO, R.N.R.
MACKENZIE— *ALICK (Donald); lost in "Iolaire" disaster; aged
42 years.
FERGUSON— DONALD, R.N.R. ALEX., R.N.R. (father and son).
MACIVER— ALICK, R.N.R.; lost a leg while mine sweeping.
ANGUS, R.N.R. (father and son).
MACKENZIE— DONALD, P.O., R.N.R.
LACE— CHARLES, Seaforths; holds 1914 Star, awarded M.M. and
an Italian decoration.
BROKER.
1 GRAHAM— ANGUS, R.N.R.
2 MACLEOD— JOHN, R.N.R. ALEXANDER, Sergt., Seaforths.
MURDO, R.N.R. WILLIAM, R.N.R.
MACKAY— PETER, R.N.R.
3 MACLEOD— DONALD, R.N.R. on H.M.S. "Carmania," helped to
sink the "Cap Trafalgar"; severely wounded. •ALICK JOHN,
R.N.R.; lost in "Iolaire" disaster (sons of Murdo Macleodj.
4 MACLEOD NORMAN, Scottish Rifles. MURDO, Seaforths.
*DONALD, Gordons; killed in trenches in France by shell fire,
12th May, 1916, aged 20 years; was previously wounded twice,
and once gas poisoned. WILLIAM, R.N.R. (sons of Mr John
Macleod).
5 MACLEOD— DONALD, R.N.R. *JOHN, Black Watch; killed in
France, 1918, aged 21- NORMAN, R.N.R. (father and two
sons). JOHN, R.N.R. (cousin of above),
(i CAMPBELL— MURDO, R.N.R. MALCOLM, Gunner, R.N.R.
JOHN MURDO, Gunner, R.N.R. (sons of Mr Murdo Campbell).
MALCOLM, Seaforths; awarded M.M. *DUNCAN, Seaforths;
mortally wounded at the Aisne, 16th Oct. and died in hospital,
24th Dec., 1914, aged 22", was the first from the district to
fall in the war (sons of Mr Donald Campbell).
GRAHAM— MURDO (John), R.N.R.
FLESHERIN.
1 GRAHAM, ANGUS, R.N.R. *GEORGE, R.N.R.; lost in "Bayano"
disaster off the coast of Ayr, 15th March, 1915, aged 30 years.
JOHN, R.N.R. (sons of Mr George Graham).
MACDONALD— RODERICK, R.N.R.
GRAHAM— KENNETH, Seaforths. CHARLES, Gordons; twice
wounded.
2 GRAHAM— DONALD, R.N.R. WILLIAM, R.N.R.
GRAHAM— JOHN, Seaforths. ANDREW, Lewis Machine Gun
Section, Seaforths", wounded, awarded M.M. for his gallantrv
and devotion to duty. He recaptured a Lewis Gun which had
temporarily fallen into the hands of the enemy, turned it on
them, held them at bay, and finally brought the gun safely
within the British lines. He went into the firing line in Nov.,
1914, when he was only 17 years of age (sons of Mr Alexander
Graham).
4 MACASKILL— *JOHN, R.N.R.; lost his life when his ship was
mined in the Adriatic, 7th Sept., 1917, aged 37 (son of Mr John
Macaskill). KENNETH, R.N.R.; 1914 Star; interned in Hol-
land (nephew of above).
6 MATHESON— JOHN, Gunner, R.N.R. ALEXANDER, R.N.R.
ANGUS, R.N.R.
MACDONALD— MURDO (John), Gunner, R.N.R.
MACKENZIE— JOHN (William), R.N.R.

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