24 - RECORDS OF THE MEN OF LOCHBROOM
1633. L-CPL. DONALD M'SWAN, 6th H.L.I.
GSon of the late Mr. John M'Swan, F.C. Missionary, Badcaul, Lochbroom.
|Enlisted in the H.L.I.
||Dec. 1913. |
|Posted to the 6th Bn., and served with them in the Dardanelles
|Killed near Gallipoli
||21st Nov. 1915. |
Had one brother serving -
- John M'Swan, Lovat Scouts
He served with the Scouts in the Dardanelles and Egypt, and was then transferred to the Cameron Highlanders and served with them in France, where he was slightly wounded.
“There’s a dove on the Cross sits brooding, and saying to me –
Love that is stricken for others alone can be free:
Love that is crucified findeth the peace behind strife.
Giving is living; losing is winning; and Death holds the secret of Life.”
L. M’Lean Watt.