Kilmore (Dervaig) War Memorial
Location : 431.517

Situated beside the Calgary to Dervaig road (B8073).

The war memorial plaque is to be found hanging inside the church on the rear wall.
To the Glory of God and in grateful memory of the men of
the parish of Kilninian and Kimore
who fell in the Great War 1914-1918
John Rankin Cameron Glengorm Dugald Cowans Antuim
Duncan MacDonald " John Morison Penmore
John MacKechnie " Peter Clark Fracadal
Alexander Munn " Alexader Clark "
Donald MacLean Quinish John Mitchell Calgary
Robert Kennedy Dervaig Alexander MacKinnon Killiechrist
Archibald Kennedy " Archibald MacKenzie Ensay
Hector MacLean " Malcolm MacDougall Hauun
Peter MacLean (1) " John MacLean Rhaudle
John MacLean " John MacDougall Balligown
Neil Ferguson Antuim    
       
To the
Glory of God
and in grateful memory of the men of
the parish of Kilninan and Kilmore
who fell in the war
1939 - 1945
  John MacLean  Cuin Lodge  
Islay Sinclair MacMillan  Dervaig and Glasgow  
Mar chuimhneachan air suinn nach
maireann
(1)
The Glasgow Herald, Saturday, 9th June, 1917.
"Deaths on Service.
MACLEAN.- Drowned on 4th May, through the sinking of H.M.T. Transylvania, Private Peter MacLean, aged 19, youngest son of the late John MacLean, merchant, Dervaig, Mull; deeply regretted."

SNWM - WW1
SurnameMcLEAN
ForenamePeter
RankPte
Service number 39050
Decoration
Place of birthDervaig Mull
Date of death 4 May 1917
Theatre of death At Sea
Cause of death Died
SNWM roll THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
Unit name Unknown Unit attached to THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
Other detail7th Bn. (T.).


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