Private Donald MacRae
Service Number 11999
World War 1
Buried at Cabaret-Rouge British cemetery, Souchez, France. XV, M ,2
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander MacRae, of 4, Station Cottages, Strome-Ferry, Lochalsh, Ross-shire
|Country||Location||Name of Memorial||Campaign||Names||Date(s)|
|Scotland||Outside National Hotel Roadside beyond the National Hotel High Street Dingwall Ross And Cromarty Highland IV15 9HA||Dingwall War Memorial||World War 1
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