Military Cross

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George Thomson
32 Tong
Military Cross: He was wounded early in the attack, but receiving first aid rejoined his platoon and reorganised it under heavy fire. He only withdrew on being wounded a second time.

Donald M. John Macfarlane
9 Aird Tong
Lancaster Fusiliers
Military Cross for gallantry at Passchendaele, Nov 1917

Neil Macdonald
14 Balallan
263rd Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery (Special Reserve)
Military Cross, for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty when forward observation officer of his battery. Finding his observation obstructed by long grass, he advanced about 200 yards into No Man's Land, moving from shell hole to shell hole until he got a good view. He then returned for his wire and la G it out by himself, observing for his battery for three hours, during which he was constantly sniped and in great danger from his own shells

Alexander Macaulay
3 Breasclet
4th Seaforth Highlanders
Military Cross

Alexander Maclennan
24 Valtos
16th Canadians
Military Cross and bar for bravery in France

Norman George Morison Macleod
Woodside Cottage Scotland Street
90th Winnipeg Rifles
Military cross for carrying important messages out of trenches in daylight

Charles P. Anderson
Plymville Lewis Street
Royal Field Artillery
Military Cross for gallantry and good service in the field, 1918, mentioned in despatches 1917

Kenneth Kennedy Macleod
4 Kershader
7th Seaforth Highlanders
Military Cross for storming of Hohenzollern Redoubt 25/9/1915

Murdo Maclean
Orinsay Villa Matheson Road
Royal Field Artillery
Was awarded the Military Cross for his work as liaison officer during the crossing of the Piave and subsequent attacks, the decoration being conferred by Earl Cavan on the field

Kenneth Maciver
34 Francis Street
Royal Field Artillery
Awarded the Military Cross, December, 1917, "for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during a three-hours' bombardment of his battery position when two out of three of his guns were destroyed. When running back to attend to a wounded man of another unit he was himself wounded and his left arm was rendered useless. He nevertheless assisted to remove the wounded man to safety. Later, two dumps caught fire, and flames being of obvious assistance to an enemy aeroplane which was registering on the Battery, he ran back twice into the shelled area and extinguished the flames."

Angus A. Bain
Gowancroft Goathill Road
Royal Garrison Artillery
Awarded the Military Cioss. The official memorandum of the -award is as follows :—"When his batterv was suddenly subjected to a heavy concentration of hostile shell fire, and a direct hit was made on one gun pit, causing a fire in the ammunition store, he rushed in with two gunners to the scene of the fire and extinguished the flames. While doing this he was badly wounded."

Lawrence W. Bain
Gowancroft Goathill Road
Royal Army Medical Corps
M.C. included in King's Birthday Honours, 1916, "for services rendered in connection with the
military operations in Italy." Mentioned in despatches for conscientious services in the field.

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