62 - RECORDS OF THE MEN OF LOCHBROOM
267546. PTE. RODERICK MACLEAN,
6th Bn. The Seaforth Highlanders.
Shop Assistant in Ullapool. Son of Mr. John Maclean, Shore Street, Ullapool.
|Joined the 4th Seaforths
||Sept. 1916. |
|Transferred in France to 6th Bn.
|Wounded at Fontaine Nôtre Dame
||22nd Nov. 1917 |
|Died in a Casualty Clearing Station the following day
||24nd Nov. 1917 |
Had one brother serving -
- Pte. Finlay Maclean, K.O.S.B.
“ A good life hath but few days, but a good name endureth forever.“
- Ecclesiasticus 41:13.
He is also commemorated locally on a family grave in Clachan, Lochbroom:
“ALSO IN MEMORY OF HIS SON
RODERICK W. R. MACLEAN
WHO WAS KILLED IN FRANCE IN 1917
AGED 20 YEARS
EVER FAITHFUL EVER SURE”