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Date of death: 13/11/1916
Cemetery: MAILLY WOOD CEMETERY, MAILLY-MAILLET
Son of Mrs. E. Miller, of 46, Breadalbane Terrace, Wick.
Second Lieutenant Robert Duncan Mearns Macpherson
Date of death: 25/09/1915 (aged 29)
Cemetery: LOOS MEMORIAL
Son of the late J. R. Macpherson, B.D. Parish Minister of Dengwall, Ross-shire, and of Margery Louisa Macpherson, of 28, Braid Crescent, Edinburgh. A graduate of Edinburgh University (M.B.Ch.B.). Received a commission in R.A.M.C., Aug., 1914. In January, 1915, he resigned his Commission for a Commission in Seaforth Highlanders. Held record for hammer throwing of Scottish Universities, and the Gold Medal of the Inter-Territorial Sports, Sydenham, 1910.