Loyal Lewis Roll of Honour 1914-1919
Town roll  Stornoway
Streets Bayhead Street
      Mackenzie Street
House First name Surname Family relations Rank Unit Date of death Age Circumstances of death Decorations Remarks
1 Neil Macdonald     Cameron Highlanders         Wounded
1 Angus Macdonald     Royal Naval Reserve, Trawler Section          
3 John Morison Son of JM Morison Master mariner Harbour Fleet Auxiliary          
3 May Morison Daughter of JM Morison Chief Section Leader Women's Royal Naval Service          
3 Ella Morison Daughter of JM Morison Nurse Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Reserve          
5 John Macleod Son of Mrs John Macleod Engineer Merchant Navy          
9 Malcolm Crockett Sons of James Crockett   1st Gordon Highlanders 24/10/1914 20 Killed   Was at front for only 3 weeks before he was killed
9 William Crockett   Black Watch          
9 James Crockett Skipper Royal Naval Reserve          
9 Norman Matheson     Royal Army Service Corps          
11 Jerome Delitis     Gordon Highlanders          
14 Roderick Macrae Sons of John Macrae   Royal Field Artillery          
14 Hector Macrae   Royal Engineers          
15 Donald Maciver     Seaforth Highlanders          
15 Ian Keith Maciver Sons of ex-Baillie Donald Maciver   Machine Gun Corps (Motors)         Came home from Malay Peninsula at his own expense to enlist
16 Donald Mackay   Chief Petty Officer Royal Navy          
22 John Macfarquhar Sons of Donald Macfarquhar Company Sergeant Major Canadians         Wounded twice
22 Donald Macfarquhar Sergeant South Africans       Belgian Military Medal, twice mentioned in despatches  
22 James Macfarquhar Staff Sergeant Farrier Ross Mountain Battery          
24 William Mackenzie   Corporal Ross Mountain Battery         Wounded at Gallipoli
29 Hector Macdonald     Ross Mountain Battery          
29 Donald J.  Macdonald   Sergeant Seaforth Highlanders         Gassed
29 Dennis Macdonald     Royal Naval Reserve, Trawler Section          
29 Malcolm Kerr Sons of Malcolm Kerr   Seaforth Highlanders          
29 John Kerr              
30 Norman Maciver Son of Norman Maciver   Royal Scots         Prisoner of war in Germany since 25/4/1918
31 Murdo Montgomery Son of Norman Montgomery   11th Royal Scots 03/05/1917 22 Killed in action in France    
35 Norman Macleod Sons of William Macleod, Merchant   Gordon Highlanders          
35 Malcolm Macleod   Scottish Rifles 24/01/1917 19 Died of wounds   Died at casualty clearing station. Keen to serve in the war, he joined up in Glasgow and got himself drafted for foreign service after only 3 months' training; after a fortnight at the Base, he was sent into the firing line and on his second day in the trenches he was mortally wounded.
36 Donald Macleod   Lance Corporal Seaforth Highlanders 14/04/1917 20 Killed in action   Came home from ranching in Argentina at his own expense to enlist
38 Donald Macleod Son of Donald Macleod   Gordon Highlanders          
45 Susan Craig Daughter of Allan Craig   Women's Royal Air Force          
46 George Morrison Son of John Morrison    Canadians 31/08/1916   Killed in action by sniper    
46 John Silkstone Son in law of John Morrison Engine Room Artificer Royal Naval Reserve          
48 Ewen Macdonald Sons of John Macdonald   Royal Engineers          
48 Angus Macdonald   Royal Naval Reserve          
50 Colin Macleod     Royal Horse Artillery          
50 Donald Macleod     Seaforth Highlanders          
51 Angus Ross Sons of Alexander Ross   Canadians 12/04/1917 27 Died of shrapnel wounds   Joined up voluntarily at start of war, and served almost continuously in France and Ital
51 John A.  Ross   Royal Naval Reserve, Trawler Section          
51 Robert Ross   Gordon Highlanders          
51 Donald Macleod Son of Widow Macleod   Scottish Rifles         Served in France as Lance-Corporal, and was gassed and wounded; thereafter was transferred to India, where he has been promoted to Warrant rank
51 Donald Macleod   Corporal Ross Mountain Battery         Very seriously wounded
52 Roderick Matheson Son of Murdo Matheson   Royal Army Service Corps          
52 George Macdonald Father and six sons   Canadians          
52 Alex D. Macdonald   Royal Army Service Corps          
52 John Macdonald   Canadians          
52 Roderick Macdonald   Royal Scots Fusiliers          
52 Donald Macdonald   Canadians          
52 George Macdonald   1st Royal Fusiliers 26/02/1915 20 Killed at La Bassee    
52 William Macdonald   1st King's Own Scottish Borderers att'd Highland Light Infantry 04/07/1916 23 Killed in action   Came to France from India, served in Gallipoli and Egypt before returning to France
53 Angus Macdonald     Royal Naval Reserve         Saved from Iolaire
53 Alexander Mackenzie Sons of Donald Mackenzie Bombardier Ross Mountain Battery          
53 Donald J.  Mackenzie   Royal Garrison Artillery          
53 James Mackenzie Engineer Lieutenant US Navy          
53 Kenneth Mackenzie   Royal Engineers         Gassed
61 Frank W.  Craig   Master gunner Royal Garrison Artillery          
61 John F.  Craig   Sergeant Royal Garrison Artillery       Military Medal for good services during the retirement on 30/11/1917, when he kept his gun in action until the Germans were within 100 yards, all the time under heavy fire from both flanks and from the air; five of his gunteam were taken prisoner, but Sgt Craig succeeded in making away with the breach block, thus rendering the gun useless. Was previously recommended for bravery and devotion to duty.   
61 Archibald Craig     16th West Yorkshire Regt 03/05/1917   Killed in action   Was a trumpeter in the Stornoway section of the RMB and mobilised in Aug 1914 at age 16; discharged on medical grounds, he was still determined to serve. After more than one unsuccessful attempt to pass the medical test, he was accepted for the West Yorks in August 1916; on the way to Egypt he had to go into hospital in Cyprus but afterwards rejoined his regiment in France, where he was killed. 
63 James Sutherland   Special Guide Lake Nayassa F.F.       Croix de Chevalier, Legion of Honour (21/9/1917)  
67 Alfred W. Johnstone   Corporal Saddler Royal Field Artillery          
67 Donald Morrison Sons of Donald Morrison, erstwhile Manager at Creed Chemical Works Chief Engineer Merchant Navy Aug-17 55 Lost with ship   Body washed up at Trevou, France, 2 months after ship was sunk
67 John Morrison Warrant Officer Royal Navy          
67 Henry Morrison Chief Petty Officer Royal Navy          
69 John Macleod     Royal Engineers          
1 Peter Macdonald Son of John Macdonald   2/4th London Regiment          
1 Kenneth Macdonald   Ross Mountain Battery          
1 William Macdonald   Labour Battalion          
4 Murdo Gunn     Royal Naval Reserve          
6 Roderick Morrison     Royal Naval Reserve, Trawler Section          
6 Murdo Macphail Son of Neil Macphail   10/11th Highland Light Infantry 09/04/1918 19 Killed in action in France    
8 Kenneth Morrison     Seaforth Highlanders