54 - RECORDS OF THE MEN OF LOCHBROOM
505726. SAPPER DONALD ROSS,
12th Field Coy. Canadian Engineers.
Police Constable in Canada. Son of Mr. Murdo Ross, Dundonnell.
|Joined the Army in Canada
||July, 1916. |
|Killed in action in France
||28th June, 1917.
Had one brother serving -
- William Ross, 4th Seaforths. Severaly wounded at Fontaine Notre Dame, 22nd Nov., 1917.
“In earth which has resounded to the drums and tramplings of many contests, they rest in the quiet of God’s Acre with the brave of all the world.”
– Words spoken by the Canadian Premier in France.