Loyal Lewis Roll of Honour 1914-1919
Town roll  Stornoway
Street North Beach Street
House First name Surname Family relations Rank Unit Date of death Age Circumstances of death Decorations Remarks
12 Donald Macleod     Royal Naval Reserve          
12 John A. Macleod     Ross Mountain Battery     Killed in action    
15 Murdo Macaskill   Signalman Royal Naval Voluntary Reserve          
15 Kenneth Macaskill     Royal Naval Reserve          
15 Norman Macleod   Drummer 1st Seaforth Highlanders          
15 Donald Afrin   Sergeant Ross Mountain Battery          
National Bank House Alfred I. Robertson Son of Ossian Robertson, VD Major Royal Army Medical Corps       Officer of the Military Division of the Order of the British Empire for valuable services rendered in connection with the military operations in France. Was several times mentioned in despatches and awarded Croix de Guerre (with palm leaf) by the French Government. The following is the memorandum in connection with the award put on record by General des Vallieres, head on the French Military Mission to the British Army on the Western Front: - "While engaged on the night of 12 April 1917, in attending wounded men at Monchy le Preux, he discovered in an underground cellar two women in a state of complete exhaustion. He had them fed and and provisions given them, and he himself returned on the night of the 13th, exposed to an intense artillery fire, to rescue the women (one of whom was 80 years of age and the other paralytic) in order to have them removed and conveyed to Arras".   
24 Murdo Macleod     Mercantile Marine Reserve          
24 Murdo Mackenzie     Royal Naval Reserve, Trawler Section          
24 Norman Macaulay     Seaforth Highlanders          
24 Ronald Macaulay Son of Donald Macaulay, merchant   Royal Naval Reserve          
24 Donald Macaulay Son of Donald Macaulay, merchant Quartermaster-Sergeant 10th Howitzer Brigade, Royal Garrison Artillery          
24 Thomas B.  Macaulay Son of Donald Macaulay, merchant Sub-lieutenant Royal Naval Division       DCM for "conspicuous gallantry in action. After killing three and wounded one of the enemy, he captured a hostile machine gun, which he brought back to our frontline. He set a fine example of courage and initiative throughout."