Tobermory War Memorial Location : 505.555
  Situated in the upper part of the town. Take road that passes the Western Isles Hotel. Memorial is 100 yards past the Hotel on right hand side of the road.
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View (front) showing
1914 - 1919 fallen.
View (rear) showing
1939 - 1945 fallen.

1914 - 1919

Stuart Mcniven Annan Pte Royal Scots Fusiliers Service Number : 41364
Date of Death : 12/4/1918
Age : 20
Memorial Name : PLOEGSTEERT

Donald Beattie Trooper Australian Imperial Force

John R Cameron Petty Officer Royal Naval Division

Hugh Cameron Corp Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders

Samuel Cameron M M Sergt Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Born: 7th January 1890 Camuslaich, Clachan Seil, Kilbrandon SR birth Parents: Donald Cameron and Isabella Stewart who married 28 June 1867, Oban, of Camuslaich, Clachan Seil, Argyll, later Laggan More Kilninver. Name also appears on Kilbrandon War Memorial
Donald Campbell Pte 11th Hussars (Note 1)

Dugald Campbell Pte L. Cameron Highlanders

John Campbell Pte Highland Light Infantry

Matthew Carmichael Pte Highland Light Infantry

Donald Douglas Master Mariner H.M.T.

John Douglas Pte Northumberland Fusiliers

Peter Fraser Lieut Pay Master H.M.T

Alexander Gillies Trooper Scottish Horse (Note 2)

Alexander Henderson Pte Highland Light Infantry

George Macleod Levack Captain R.A.M.C

John Masson Trooper Canadian Forces

Neil Mathieson Pte Australian Imperial Force (Note 3)
Archibald Morrison Pte Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Duncan Munro AB Royal Navy Division
Archibald MacAllister Skipper Royal Navy Division (Note 4)
William MacAllister Pte Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Archibald MacAlphine Pte Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (Note 1)
John MacArthur L/Corp Highland Light Infantry
Charles MacDonald Pte Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Duncan MacDonald Pte Kings Own York Light Infantry
Norman MacDonald A.B. H.M.T (Note 5)
Donald MacDougall Pte Royal Scots Fusiliers
John MacDougall Pte Cameron Highlanders BIRTH PLACE: Kilmore, Tobermory, Argyllshire
RESIDENCE: Tobermory
DEATH DATE: 28 May 1916
DEATH PLACE: France and Flanders
ENLISTMENT PLACE: Oban, Argyllshire
RANK: Private REGIMENT: Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
BATTALION: 5th Battalion
REGIMENTAL NUMBER: S/11056
TYPE OF CASUALTY: Killed in action
THEATRE OF WAR: Western European Theatre
Son of John & Christina Macdougall of East Ardon , Dervaig.
He was born in Tobermory in 1891.
He was buried in the Hyde Park (East Berks) Cemetery at  Hainaut in Belgium.
Malcolm MacFarlane Master Mariner H.M.T.
Duncan MacIntyre Pte Cameron Highlanders
Lachlan MacIntyre Pte Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Rank:Private
Service No:18396
Date of Death:05/04/1918
Age:27
Regiment/Service:Royal Scots Fusiliers
transf. to (234696) Labour Corps
Grave Reference: 448 (In South-West part, right of main entrance)
Cemetery:TOBERMORY CEMETERY, KILNINIAN AND KILMORE, ISLE OF MULL
Additional Information: Son of Donald and Christina Macdougall MacIntyre.
From Commonwealth War Graves
Angus MacKechnie Master Mariner H.M.T.
John MacKechnie Pte Seaforth Highlanders
Alister MacKinnon Pte Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Lachlan MacKinnon Lieut Cameron Highlanders
Hector MacLean Pte Royal Scots
Neil MacLean Pte Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (Note 7)
John Stewart Pte Seaforth Highlanders
John Cameron Thomson Teggart Captain R.A.M.C
Frances William Stuart Teggart Lieut Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Donald Matheson Trooper Australian Imperial Force (Note 6)

1939 - 1945

R Campbell Chief Officer MN
R Campbell Dr RA Rank:Driver
Service No:T/261887
Date of Death:06/04/1944
Age:32
Regiment/Service:Royal Army Service Corps
Grave Reference: Grave 547
Cemetery:TOBERMORY CEMETERY, KILNINIAN AND KILMORE, ISLE OF MULL
Additional Information:
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clark, of Tobermory; husband of Margaret Clark, of Tobermory.
From Commonwealth War Graves
N Clark Dr RASC
A Gillies Pte RPC Rank:PrivateService
No:1703542
Date of Death:14/04/1944
Age:37
Regiment/Service:Pioneer Corps Grave
Reference:
Cemetery:KILMORE CEMETERY, ISLE OF MULL
Additional Information:
Son of Hugh and Sarah Gillies, of Tobermory, Isle of Mull
From Commonwealth War Graves
R Hughes F/Sgt RAF Rank:Sergeant
Service No:565790
Date of Death:09/10/1945
Age:29
Regiment/Service:Royal Air Force
Grave Reference: Grave 629
Cemetery:TOBERMORY CEMETERY, KILNINIAN AND KILMORE, ISLE OF MULL
Additional Information:
Son of Richard Hughes, and of Dora Kate Hughes, of Tobermory.
From Commonwealth War Graves
A MacDonald LS RN
D MacDonald SPR RE
S MacIver CPO RN
A MacLean F/Lt RAF Rank:Flight Lieutenant
Trade:Pilot Service
No:115298
Date of Death:10/06/1944
Age:23
Regiment/Service:Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Grave Reference: Grave 607
Cemetery:TOBERMORY CEMETERY, KILNINIAN AND KILMORE, ISLE OF MULL
Additional Information: Son of Kenneth S. Maclean and Margaret J. Maclean, of Tobermory.
From Commonwealth War Graves
L MacLean Chief Off MN
H MacQuarrie LS RN
A MacDougall Lieut Eng RNVR
N A M Moffat Pte RADC
A RalphLieut RASC Rank:Lieutenant
Service No:311649
Date of Death:16/05/1945
Age:26
Regiment/Service:Royal Army Service Corps
Grave Reference:Additional Information: Son of John and Charlotte Ralph, of Tobermory
From Commonwealth War Graves.
P Stewart AB Austn MN
C R P Thomson DSO Comdr RN

Notes :-

Most regiments are shown only as initials on the memorial.

(1) not listed on church memorial
(2) on the church memorial this is down as Archibald Alex Gillies
(3) shown as master Mariner on church memorial
(4) shown as Master Mariner Lieut. R.N.R on church memorial
(5) shown as Seaman on church memorial
(6) not on War Memorial but is on church memorial
(7) Although listed on the memorial, Neil died peacefully in Dervaig in 1980.

Thanks go to Anne MacGregor for supplying details taken from the memorial in Tobermory Parish Church. This list was used to complete the entries taken from the war memorial as some of these are now unclear due to weathering.

The war memorial was unveiled and dedicated on 11th November 1921. It was unveiled by a Mrs. Teggart and dedicated by the Rev. J.M. Menzies.