INDEX No.B. 125 MacDOUGALL Cpl. Reginald Noel 3448. TYNE COT CEM. 36th Bn. Australian Inf. Killed inaction 12th PASSCHEN- Oct. 1917. Age 33. Son of James Thomas DAELE Bowden MacDougall and Frances E. MacDougall PART TWO M-Z husband of Mrs. H. MacDougall of St.,Ash Sydney New South Wales. Native of Picton. New South Wales. LXII. H. II. McDOWELL Pte. Charles Norman 10/2685. 1st Bn. Wellington Regt. N.Z.E.F. Killed inaction 22nd Oct. 1917. Age 30. Son of James and Mary Jane McDowell of 139 Skene St., Warrnambool Victoria Australia. XII. F. 5. MACE 2nd Lt. E. 4th Bn. Northamptonshire Regt. Killed inaction 10th Aug. 1917. Age 23. Son of Mr. D. and Mrs. E. Mace of 34 Birchfield Rd. Northampton. XLVIII. A. 1. MACE Pte. William Watkin 237202. 5th Bn. Kings Shropshire Inf.Light 22nd Aug. 1917. Age 19. Son of James and MaryAnn Mace of i Myrtle Villas Prior St. Hereford. XLII. D. 3. McEVOY Pte. H. 13001. 1st Bn. The Camer- onians (Sco. Rif.). 25th Nov. 1917. XV. G. 8. M acEWEN Ptc. L. J. 2193336. P.P.C.L.I. (Eastern Ontario Regl.). 151I1 Nov. 1917. LVI. A. 2. McFADYEN Pte. Henry Lome 730710 D.C.M. 18th Bn. Canadian Inf. (Western Ontario Regt.). 10th Nov. 1917. Age 23. Son of Ronald McFadyen and his wife Margaret Jameson of Cambray Ontario. C.I. 33. McFALLS Pte. Elmer 654816.“ B ”Coy. 58th Bn. Canadian Inf. (2nd Central Ontario Regt.). Killed inaction at Passchendaele 24th Oct 1917. Age 20. Son of Alexandra and Sarah Elizabeth McFalls of Exeter Ontario. Native of Usborne Ontario. XIV. G. 4. McFARLANE Pte. G. S/16920. 8th Bn. Black Watch. 12th Oct. 1917. XXX. B. 23. McFARLANE Pte. John 32638. 1st Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 4th Oct. 1917. Age 24. Son of James and Jcannie McFarlane of 9, Overdale Avenue Langside Glasgow. Born at Aberdeen. XXXIII. B. 15. McGAFFIN Pte. William John 24734.9 h Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 16th Aug. 1917. Age 29. /Son of James and Sarah McGaffin of Bleary, Portadown Co. Down. VI. H. 24. McGEE Pte. H. S/20888. 10th Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 13th Oct. 1917. XXXV. D. 15. McGEE Serjt. Lewis 456 V.C. 40th Bn. Australian Inf. Killed inaction 13th Oct. 1917. An extract from “The London Gazette” No. 30400 dated 23rd Nov. 1917 records the following :—“For most conspicuous bravery when in the advance to the final objective Serjt. McGee led his platoon with great dash and bravery though strongly opposed and under heavy shellfire. His platoon was suffering severely and the advance of the Company was stopped by machine gunfire from a ‘Pill-box post. Single-handed Serjt. McGee rushed the post armed only with a revolver. He shot some of the crew and captured the rest and thus enabled the advance to proceed. He re-organised the remnants of his platoon and was foremost in the remainder of the advance, and during consolidation of the position he did splendid work. This Non-commissioned Officer’s coolness and bravery were conspicuous and contributed largely to the success of the Company’s operations. Serjt McGee was subsequently killed inaction.” XX. D. 1. McGENN Ptc. J. 7351. 1st Bn. Cameron Highlanders. 5th Nov. 1914. Age 27. Son of James and Annie McGcnn husband of Christina Brown McGcnn of 412 Govan St. South Side, Glasgow. Sp. Mem. 61. McGEOWN Ptc. R. 14551. 9th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 16th Aug. 1917. V. H. 21. McGILL Pte. C.I. 291886. 44th Bn. Canadian Inf. (New Brunswick Regt.). 28th Oct. 1917. Sp. Mem. 21. McGILLIVRAY Cpl. Hugh 12441. 4th Bn. 3rd N.Z. (Rifle) Brigade. Killed inaction at Passchendaele 12th Oct. 1917. Son of Mrs. Ann McGillivray of Tomich Strathglass Beauly, Inverness-shire Scotland. XIX. F. 17. McGINLEY Ptc. William 6845. 12th Bn. Australian Inf. Killed inaction 8th Oct. 1917. Age 20. Son of James and Amy McGinley of Greta Tasmania. Native of Hobart Tasmania. XL. F. 1. McGOVERN Rfn. Joseph Patrick 54565. 4th Bn. 3rd N.Z. (Rifle) Brigade. Killed inaction 4th Jan. 1918. Age 28. Son of Mary McGovern, of Nihoniho Hamilton New Zealand and the late James McGovern. XL. A. 15.102
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