46 - RECORDS OF THE MEN OF LOCHBROOM
S/40464 PTE. KENNETH MACRAE,
7th Bn. The Seaforth Highlanders.
Occupation. - A Gardener. Son of Mr. Kenneth MacRae, Shoemaker, Argyle Street, Ullapool.
|Enlisted in the 2nd Seaforths
||20th Mar. 1916. |
|Transferred in France to the 7th Bn.
|Killed at Blagny, near Arras
||9th April 1917. |
Had one brother serving -
- Alexander MacRae, 6th Seaforths.
Extract from letter written by his Coy. Commander:- “As a soldier, he was a splendid man, one whose place will not be easily filled. He was a very popular man in the Company, and his loss will be felt keenly by us all.”
“Death slew not him, but he made death his ladder to the skies.”