Name on War Memorial

World War I

Second Lieutenant The Hon Robert Henry Palmer Howard

East Surreys

4th Bn. attd. 2nd Bn.

East Surrey Regiment.

Killed in action

8th May 1915.

Age 21

Son of R. J. Bliss Howard F.R.C.S. and Baroness Strathcona and Mount Royal of 46 Green St. Park Lane London W.

Sergeant Angus Connor MM


1st Bn.

Scots Guards

21st August 1918

Born Carnock Argyll

Resided Edinburgh

Enlisted Kingcussie(?) Argyll

Lance Corporal George Brown


1st/8th Bn.

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.

Killed in action

13th November 1916.

Age 28.

Son of George Brown of Achnacone Glencoe Argyllshire

Pte John Buchanan


These John Buchanan in the Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Surname   Initial(s)   Given Name   Date of Death

Buchanan  J  John  Dec 4, 1918

Buchanan  J A  John Alexander  Jan 3, 1919

Buchanan  J C  John Campbell  Oct 26, 1917

Buchanan  J J  John James  Oct 21, 1916

Buchanan  J M  John McPherson  Feb 22, 1918

Private Duncan Allan Buchanan


8th Bn.

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.

Died of wounds

6th July 1915.

Age 20.

Son of Thomas Walters Buchanan and Jane Allan Buchanan of 67 Victoria Park Drive South Scotstoun Glasgow. Born at Colisnacon Glencoe.

Private Allan McDonald


2nd Bn.

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.

Killed in action at the Battle of Loos

25th September 1915.

Age 34

Son of Dunean and Isabella McDonald of 8 Upper Carnoch Glencoe Argyllshire.

Private John McInnes


8th Bn.

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders.

Died of disease

16th January 1916.

Age 20.

Son of Hugh and Mary McInnes of Alltanrigh Glencoe Argyllshire

Pte William MacMillan


Unit: Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment)

Division: 60th Bn.

20 September 1916 Age 44

Son of Hugh MacMillan, of Fortwilliam, Scotland, husband of Christina MacMillan (nee McEwan), of 67, Dunard St., Glasgow, Scotland.

Date of Birth: August 5, 1871

Private William MacMillan

Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Private John Matheson


12th Bn.

Royal Scots.

26th April 1918.

Age 40

Son of the late John Matheson

Born Lismore

Resided Onich

Enlisted Kinlochleven

Private Dugald Rankin


2nd Bn.

Seaforth Highlanders.

20th December 1917.

Age 19

Son of Dugald and Catherine Rankin of 11 Tayfuir St. Glencoe Ballachulish East Argyllshire

Private Alexander Smyth

Irish Guards9351

2nd Bn.

Irish Guards

Died of wounds

31st July 1917.

Age 21.

Son of James and Mary Smyth of The Gardens Killua Clomnellon Co. Westmeath. Native of Dowestown Cavan.

Born Athboy County Meath

Resided Ballachulish

Enlisted Mullingar County West Meath

World War II

Private Alexander MacInnes


2nd Bn.

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

31 March 1942

Age 24

Son of Dugald MacInnes, and of Annie MacInnes, of Glencoe, Argyllshire.

Glencoe War Memorial

World War I

World War II