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(107) Photograph - Three brave Canadians done to death by poison
29 years. KATE. Nurse, Q.A.M.N.S.R. (Son and daughter of
late Donald Macgregor, teacher, Lionel, Ness, and the late Mrs
Macgi egor, Cairndhu ) .
Lewis Castle and Policies.
Lewis Castle.
MATHESON— DUNCAN, Lieut-Colonel, Officei Commanding
2 4th Seaforths. JAMES S. M., Major, 1st Camerons ;
severely wounded WINIFRED, Nurse, Military Hospital;
awarded 1914 Star
Castle Grounds.
CHRISTIE— JAMES, 1st Class P.O., R.N.
Bombardier, R.M.B. RODERICK, Piper, Ssnforths. (Sons
of Mr Angus Murray).
MARTIN—WILLIAM, Lieut . London Scottish (See separate
sketch) .
MACKENZIE— *MURDO, Porter's Lodge, Lan?e-Corpl , Sea-
forths; killed hi action in France 4th October, 1917-
MATHESON— AULAY, Creed House, Seaforths
MATHESON— D., Creed Mouth Cottage, Seaforths; awarded
M.M. for bravery and devotion to duty, 21st March, 1918.
BUCHANAN— ANGUS, Marybank, Canadians. ANNIE, Nurse,
Military Hospital ; awaided Royal Red Cross.
Three Brave Canadians Done to Death by Poisoe
Standing (from left to right) — Sergt. Murdo Morrison, Calbost ; Angus Nicolson, Lemreway;
*Alex Macdnugall Hunter, Barvas (killed 24th May, 1915) , Angus Morrison, Calbost.
Sitting (from left to right)— *Allan Murray, Stomoway (killed 25th April, 1915) I *George
Macdonald, Knock-Carloway (killed 25th April, 1915); Norman Macdonald, Knock Carloway.

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