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" Thornton, rally the Highlanders ! " At this moment Sir William
Ponsonby's brigade of cavalry (the 1st, 2nd, and 6th Dragoons),
the Union brigade, came up, and passing through the intervals in
the division, charged the broken and flying column of the enemy,
capturing one eagle and many prisoners.

The Greys passed through the 92nd with loud shouts of " Scotland
for ever !" the enthusiasm being so great that many of the 92nd men
joined in the charge with them.

Bodies of the enemy's cavalry now advanced to the support of his
infantry, and the several regiments of Kempt's brigade formed square.
During this formation piper Kenneth Mackay of the 79th, a brave
Highlander, stepped outside the bayonets and continued to play round
the outside of the square the popular air, " Cogadh na Sith" Soon
afterwards the brigade was ordered to retire to its former position on
the road, when it again lined the hedge nearest the enemy. Here it
was exposed for some time to a galling and destructive fire, both
from his artillery, directed on the British guns, and from a numerous
body of sharp-shooters placed behind a bank running oblique to the
right of the brigade near the Brussels road.

The enemy having failed in his former attempt, about 6 p.m. sent
forward by the Brussels road large bodies of cuirassiers and other
cavalry, followed by large masses of infantry. This formidable effort
was principally directed against the British centre. Orders were now
received by the brigade, in the event of being attacked by cavalry,
to retire on the 2nd line; and the several regiments being now without
a round of ammunition, exhausted by excessive fatigue and reduced
to skeletons, although not actually attacked by cavalry, did fall back
to the second hedge on the opposite side of the road. General Pack's
brigade, however, advanced to their support, and a supply of ammu-
nition being obtained, the regiments of Kempt's brigade again
advanced and lined the front hedge. The enemy's right was now
hotly pressed by the advancing Prussians, and as that just made by
his cavalry and infantry on the British centre had also been brilliantly



79TH CAMERON HIGHLANDERS. 59

repulsed, Napoleon launched his magnificent old guard against the
British position at La Haye Sainte in hopes of still saving the battle.
The overthrow of the old guard was the signal for a general retreat of
the whole French army, and at about 8.20 p.m. the British line moved
forward amidst loud and universal cheering.

The shattered remnant of the 79th still occupied the position it had
held throughout the day ; but, notwithstanding the exhausted state
of the regiment, no sooner were the orders for a general advance
heard than the same unconquered spirit of enthusiasm appeared to
animate both officers and men. Lieutenant Alexander Cameron, who
had commanded the regiment for the last two or three hours, waving
his sword, called on the men to advance ; and with loud cheers the
debris of the regiment pressed forward, determined to maintain to the
end the position it had held throughout the day.

The pursuit was continued by the Prussian cavalry ; but the British
halted on the ground which the enemy had occupied during the
action. The Cameron Highlanders bivouacked for the night at the
farm of La Belle Alliance.

The loss of the 79th was Captain John Cameron, Lieutenants
Duncan McPherson, Donald Cameron, and Ewen Kennedy, 2 ser-
geants, and 27 rank and file killed. Captains James Campbell and
Neil Campbell; Lieutenants Alexander Cameron, Ewen Cameron,
Alexander Forbes, Charles McArthur, and John Fowling ; Ensigns
A. J. Crawford and J. Nash; 7 sergeants, 4 drummers, and 121 rank
and file wounded, being a total numerical loss on both days of 479,
exceeding by one that of any other regiment in the army, the 3rd
battalion of the 1st Foot Guards alone excepted, which was almost
annihilated. Captain Neil Campbell, Lieutenants Donald Cameron
and John Fowling, and 43 men, wounded at Quatre Bras or Waterloo,
died of their wounds soon afterwards.

Officers. Sergeants. Drummers. Rank & file.

Numbers engaged 41 40 11 684

Killed at Quatre Bras 2 28

Wounded at Quartre Bras 17 10 248

Killed at Waterloo 420

Wounded at Waterloo 9 7 4 121

Remaining unwounded at the | Q 91 7 ofiO

close of the battle ) '



60 HISTORICAL RECORDS OF THE

" La Haye, bear witness, sacred is its height,
And sacred is it truly from that day ;
For never braver blood was spent in fight
Than Briton here has mingled with the clay.
Set where thou wilt thy foot, thou scarce can'st tread
Here on a spot unhallowed by the dead.
Here was it that the Highlanders withstood
The tide of hostile power, received its weight
With resolute strength, and stemmed and turned the flood ;
And fitly here, as in that Grecian strait,
The funeral stone might say Go traveller, tell
Scotland, that in our duty here we fell."

Southey's "Pilgrimage to Waterloo.''

The high character which the regiment acquired at Fuentes d'Onor,
Toulouse, and Quatre Bras was nobly maintained throughout this
eventful day; and its conduct was mentioned in highly flattering
terms in the Duke of Wellington's despatch to Earl Bathurst, dated
"Waterloo, 19th June, 1815;" and it is worthy of observation, that
in this despatch, as in that of the battle of Toulouse, the division of
the British army to which the Scottish regiments were attached, is the
only one especially mentioned. The following is an extract from the
despatch above alluded to :

"The troops of the fifth division, and those of the Brunswick
corps, were long and severely engaged, and conducted themselves
with the utmost gallantry. I must particularly mention the 28th,
42nd, 79th, and 92nd regiments, and the battalion of Hanoverians."

In the Prussian official despatch by Marshal Prince Blucher, dated
18th June, 1815, the distinguished conduct of the Scotch regiments
is thus adverted to :

"The English army fought with a valour which it is impossible to
surpass ; and the repeated charges of the old guard were baffled by
the intrepidity of the Scotch regiments."

From the great loss it sustained amongst the superior officers, the
command of the regiment eventually devolved upon Lieutenant
Alexander Cameron, who was promoted to a company in the gazette
subsequent to the battle, and afterwards to the brevet rank of major,
for his very conspicuous gallantry on that occasion.



79TH CAMERON HIGHLANDERS.



61



The distinction of a companionship of the Order of the Bath was
conferred upon the commanding officer, Lieutenant-Colonel Neil
Douglas, Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Andrew Brown, and Brevet
Lieutenant-Colonel Duncan Cameron ; Captain Thomas Milne, the
senior captain, was promoted by brevet to be a major in the army ;
each surviving officer and soldier engaged either at Quatre Bras or
Waterloo received the decoration of the silver "Waterloo" medal,
and was allowed to reckon two additional years' service, whilst it is
almost superfluous to add that the regiment received the royal
authority to bear the word " Waterloo " on its colours and appoint-
ments, in commemoration of its services on this glorious day.

The following is a complete list of the officers, non-commissioned
officers, and men who served in the ranks of the Cameron High-
landers at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo :

STAFF.



Lieutenant-Colonel


Neil Douglas


Severely wounded.


Major and Brevet Lieutenant- Colonel Andrew Brown...


Ditto


>j >


Duncan Cameron ...


Ditto


Lieutenant and Adjutant


John Kynoch ...


Killed.


Quarter-Master


Angus Cameron




Surgeon


John Ridesdale...




Assistant- Su rgeon


W. G. Burrell




M


David Perston ...




Paymaster


John McArthur




Acting -Adjutant-Lieutenant


George Harrison




Sergeant-Major


Masterton Mclntosh




Quarter-Master-Sergeant


James Hay




Paymaster-Sergeant


William Lane




Armourer-Sergeant


John Morris




Schoolmaster- Sergean t


William Gray




GRI

Captain Neil Campbell ...
Lieutenant Alexander Cameron
,, William Leaper
Duncan McPherson

SerV^t f James McQueen


:NADIERS.


Died of wounds.
Wounded.
Severely wounded.
Killed.

Killed.





62 HISTORICAL RECORDS OF THE

GRENADIERS (continued).

Sergeant Thomas Campbell ... ... ... ... Slightly wounded.

Gordon Cowie

Alexander Gunn ...

Colin McDonald ... ... ... ... Slightly wounded.

Corporal William Astbury Killed.

,. John Mowat ... ... ... ... ... Killed.

,, Rose Campbell

George MeNie

John Walton ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Private Donald Andrew

George Beekie ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

William Black

Ebenezer Brown ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

David Buckley ... .. .. Severely wounded.

Henry Burns

Donald Cameron (1st) .. .. ... ... Severely wounded.

Donald Cameron (2nd) Killed.

Duncan Cameron ... ... ... ... Killed.

Donald Campbell (1st) ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Donald Campbell (2nd) Killed.

Neil Campbell

Mark Clarke ... ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

,, William Cormick ... ... ... ... Dangerously wounded.

,, Daniel Dillon

,, Peter D unbar ... ... .. ... Dangerously wounded.

Samuel Fervel ... ... ... ... ... Slightly wounded.

John Fraser

John Gall ... .. ... .. ... Severely wounded.

Daniel Gibbons ... ... ... .., Killed.

., Alexander Gow ... ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Alexander Gray

John Hayter
,, David Henderson

Walter Henderson Killed.

John How Killed.

Peter Hutton

William Harvey ... . ... ... Severely wounded.

James Kerr ... .. ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Robert Jeffrey Killed.

Thomas Kirkwood ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

,, John Kennedy ... ., .. .,. Severely wounded,



79TH CAMERON HIGHLANDERS.



63



GRENADIERS (continued).

Private Peter McArthur

Charles Luss

, , Alexander McLennan

., ' Hugh McCaskill

Alexander McDonald

John McDonald

Donald Mclntosh

Charles Mclntosh

Peter Mclnroy

Robert Mclnnes

Donald McGillivray

Kenneth McKay

Robert McKay (1st)

Robert McKay (2nd)

James McGill

John McKechnie

John McLean

John McMillan

John McPherson

Peter McLaren

Allan McLachlan

Neil McPherson

John McPhee

William Manson

Donald Munro

Alexander Moss

., John Moorhead

John Mowat ...

Thomas Murray ...

Andrew Noble

Thomas Noble

Robert Phillips

James Raggs

John Reid

Alexander Ritchie

David Ross

Alexander Stewart

,, Donald Sutherland

,, Hugh Sutherland

James Sutherland

Daniel South wale




Slightly wounded.

Killed.

Died of wounda

Severely wounded.

Killed.

Dangerously wounded.
Severely wounded.



Severely wounded.
Severely wounded.
Died of wounds.



Killed.

Severely wounded.
Slightly wounded.
Slightly wounded.
Severely wounded.
Slightly wounded.
Severely wounded.
Killed.

Severely wounded.
Dangerously wounded.
Severely wounded.

Severely wounded.

Killed.

Severely wounded.



Slightly wounded.
Severely wounded.
Killed.

Killed.



64



HISTORICAL RECORDS OF THE

GRENADIERS (continued. )



Private William Swanson
Archibald Taylor

William Williamson



Severely wounded.
Severely wounded.
Severely wounded.



No. I.

Captain William Bruce Severely wounded.

Lieutenant A. Forbes Slightly wounded.

Donald McPhee ... ... ... ... Slightly wounded.

Ensign A.S.Crawford Slightly wounded.

Sergeant Hugh Bannerman

Ewen Mackenzie ...

George Sinclair

William Swanson ...

David Taylor

Corporal John McLellan (1st) Severely wounded.

John McLellan (2nd) ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

John 'Neil .. .. Severely wounded.

Private William Adams ... Slightly wounded.

William Allan ... ., ... ... Slightly wounded.

James Anderson

Thomas Armstrong ... ... ... Slightly wounded.

George Bain ... ... ... .. ... Killed.

Charles Boag

George Brian

John Bruce Dangerously wounded.

Alexander Cameron ... Slightly wounded.

John Cameron

., Angus Campbell

George Coghill

William Coleman Severely wounded.

James Coventry

James Diver ... ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Angus Dickson

James Givan ... ... ... ... .. Severely wounded.

John Grant Severely wounded.

Archibald Hamilton

Archibald Henderson

., James Hume .. Slightly wounded.

Stephen Hunt Slightly wounded.

William Johnston Severely wounded.



79TH CAMERON HIGHLANDERS.



65



No. I. (continued).

Private James Jack..,

George Jeffray ...

,, David Kinnaird

Hugh McBinnie

,, John McCetrick

William McReady

Colin Mclntosh

George McKay (1st)

George McKay (2nd)

Neil McKay

George Mackenzie ...

,, James McLellan

Angus McLeod

,, Hugh McLeod ..

,, James McLeod

,, Roderick McLeod

John McLongish ...

., James Marshall

William Martin

Samuel Mitchell

,, Henry Munro

,. Thomas Moon ...

Thomas Mully ..

., James Nesbit ...

Thomas Owens

John O'Neil

James Rae ...

James Robertson

., James Scott

,, Andrew Sheddon

,; John Wemyss

Thomas Whiteside



No. II.



Lieutenant John Fowling

James Cameron
Ensign McPhee

Colour- ) -r, ,
Sergeant } Peter Grant ...

Lachlan MacLachlan
John McCrumman
James McGowan



Killed.

Slightly wounded.
Severely wounded.



Severely wounded.
Severely wounded.
Severely wounded.

Severely wounded.
Killed.



Slightly wounded.
Severely wounded.
Slightly wounded.

Killed.

Severely wounded.

Severely wounded.
Slightly wounded.

Severely wounded.
Severely wounded.
Slightly wounded.

Died of wounds.




66



HISTORICAL RECORDS OF THE



No. II. (continued).

Sergeant Hugh Cameron . . ... ... ... Killed.

Corporal Colin Henderson ... ... .. ... Severely wounded.

Hugh Love ... ... ... .. ... Dangerously wounded.

John McLeod Slightly wounded.

Angus Bruce ... ... .. ... Slightly wounded.

Drummer James McKay

Private James Atkins

Gilbert Ayre

Thomas Brakenridge ...

Angus Bince ... ... .. ... Severely wounded.

George Burgess

Robert Calder

Alexander Campbell ... ... ... ... Slightly wounded.

John Campbell (1st) Slightly wounded.

., John Campbell (2nd) Severely wounded.

Alexander Clowes

William Cummings ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Daniel Ewart ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

James Fairweather

David Fish ...

Alexander Fraser Severely wounded.

John Hastie Killed.

David Harden Severely wounded.

,, John Hayes

Charles Heathy

,, Jonathan Hazel

James Killoch

David Laird Severely wounded.

William Lithgow ... Severely wounded.

William Lane Killed.

Magnus Larnoch ... ... ... ... Killed.

Donald McBain .. Severely wounded.

John McCulloch Severely wounded.

Donald McKay

Peter McKinnon Killed.

., Donald Mackenzie

James Mackenzie Severely wounded.

John McLeod Severely wounded.

Norman McLeod Severely wounded.

Angus McMillan ,

John McMillan Killed.



79TH CAMERON HIGHLANDERS.



67



No. II. (continued).



Private Alexander Morton

David McWhinnie

, ; Henry Neil

Edward Roberts

James Robertson (1st)

James Robertson (2nd)

Thomas Robertson

Joseph Southall

John Stark

Charles Stewart

Donald Sutherland

,, Thomas Train

,, Robert Varmen

,, John Westwood

Alexander Weir

Robert Young

William McKay ...

Robert Ashton



No. III.



Captain
Lieutenant

j

Ensign
Sergeant



Corporal



Drummer



Private



Thomas Mylne
W. Maddock
Ewen Cameron
C. J. McLean
John Cummings
John Gray
Alexander Lamont
William Gurney
Andrew Horn
James Mowatt



Slightly wounded.



Severely wounded.



Slightly wounded.

Slightly wounded.
Killed.



Killed.

Severely wounded.
Severely weundcd.
Severely wounded.

Slightly wounded.
Slightly wounded.
Severely wounded.
Died of wounds.

Severely wounded.



William Newbigging ... ... ... ... Slightly wounded.



Peter Ross
James Marshall
John Broughall
Peter Campbell
William Allan
Alexander Anderson
William Anderton
William Baird
James Barr
John Blunt
Thomas Bryson



Slightly wounded.
Killed.



Slightly wounded.



Dangerously wounded.
Slightly wounded.
Slightly wounded.



68



HISTORICAL RECORDS OF THE



Private



No. III. (continued).

Matthew Boyd

David Binst
Duncan Cameron

William Campbell

Michael Connell
George Drysdale
John Easton
James Fisher
John Guyler
McBain Hamilton
Thomas Henderson

William Horton

John Johnston

Edward Kelly

Norman Leslie
John Lumsden

Donald McColl

Murdoch McCraw ...

Charles McDonald

Dugald McDonald

John McDonald
Malcolm McDonald
Norman McDonald
Murdoch McFarlane

Hugh McGillivray

John McGregor (1st)
John McGregor (2nd)

Peter Mclntosh

Donald McKain
John McKay
George McKenzie

William McKenzie

John McKinnon
Alexander McMillan
John McNaughten
Archibald Martin ...

William May

John Miller
James Mills

William Miller

Thomas Mitchell



Slightly wounded.
Slightly wounded.
Dangerously wounded.
Dangerously wounded.
Slightly wounded.



Slightly wouoded.
Slightly wounded.

Slightly wounded.
Dangerously wounded.
Dangerously wounded.
Severely wounded.
Dangerously wounded.

Severely wounded.

Dangerously wounded.
Slightly wounded.
Severely wounded.
Severely wounded.
Dangerously wounded.
Dangerously wounded.
Severely wounded.
Dangerously wounded.



Dangerously wounded.
Dangerously wounded,



79TH CAMERON HIGHLANDERS.



69



No. III. (continued.)



Private



Hugh O'Donnelly
John Patterson
James Penman
Robert Petrie
James Rogers
James Shaw
John Shaw
Norman Shaw
John Smith
John Taylor
Andrew Thompson
Neil Turner . . .
James Walsh



Severely wounded.
Severely wounded.
Severely wounded.

Dangerously wounded.
Dangerously wounded.
Slightly wounded.

Taken prisoner.



Captain



Lieutenant
Ensign



Colour- \
Sergeant J

Sergeant



Corporal



Private



No. IV.

John Sinclair Died of wounds.

Robert Mackay ... . .. ... Severely wounded.

Ewen Kennedy Killed.

James Robertson ... ... .. ... Severely wounded.

Alexander Cameron .. ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Willam McKay

John Malcolm

John Murray ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Samuel Owens

John Donald

Gavin Hamilton

Alexander McKay ... . . ... Severely wounded.

George McPherson

William Abercrombie ... ...

Michael Alexander

Peter Angus

Donald Banks ... Died of wounds.

James Barton ... ... Severely wounded.

Samuel Bergam

John Birnie ... ... . . ... Severely wounded.

Joseph Bogle

Donald Cameron ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

James Campbell

William Campbell (1st)

William Campbell (2nd )



70 HISTORICAL RECORDS OF THE

No. IV. (continued).

Private William Cooper ... ... ... ... Severely woitoded.

Thomas Crawford Killed.

John Fitton

,, Andrew Flockart ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Roderick Fraser ...

,, John Graham .. ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Adam Gray

,, David Glasgow

Donald Grant

John Hamilton

William Harley ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

William Heatley ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

James Heath ... ... ... ... Slightly wounded.

George Henderson

,, William Henderson

John Innes ... ... ... ... ... Slightly wounded.

James Jamieson ... .. .. .. Slightly wounded.

Peter Johnson

John Kennedy

John King

Michael Loftus

Samuel McCunne

John McDonald ...

Thomas McDonald

James Mclntosh ... ... ... ... Slightly wounded.

, , William Mclntosh

Donald McKay

William McKellar Killed.

James McKenzie Slightly wounded.

Kenneth McKenzie ... .. ... ... Severely wounded.

Angus McLean Severely wounded.

James McPherson

,, Archibald Mills ... ... ,., ... Severely wounded

,, James Paton Slightly wounded.

Alexander Paterson ... ,.. ... Slightly wounded.

John Pirrie

Peter Pringle ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

John Ross (1st)

John Ross (2nd) Slightly wounded.

Robert Russell Severely wounded,

Thomas Shaw



79TH CAMERON HIGHLANDERS.



71



No. IV. (continued).

Private David Sinclair Slightly wounded.

James Sutherland ... ... ... Severely wounded.

,, William Sutherland ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Archibald Taylor

George Wardrop

Matthew Young



No. V.



Captain Peter Innes
Lieutenant James Fraser
W. A, Riach



Sergeant



Corporal



Severely wounded.
... Severely wounded.

Severely wounded.

NeilMcIntosh

George Manuel .., ... ... ... Severely wounded.

James White

John Barnett ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Archibald Clelland

Donald Fraser Severely wounded.

Hugh Love ... ... ... ... ... Dangerously wounded.



Drummer Robert Baldwin

John Manners

Private Alexander Alexander

John Adam

George Adams

John Bain

Alexander Bannerman

William Binnie

George Black

,, John Blair

James Brown

Thomas Brown

Matthew Brand ...
William Calder

Donald Cameron

,, George Cameron

,, Alexander Campbell

., William Clarke

George Coghill

James Dyke
James Fairlie



Severely wounded.
Severely wounded.



Slightly wounded.
Severely wounded.



Severely wounded.



Slightly wounded.

Severely wounded.

Slightly wounded.

Killed

Slightly wounded.



72 HISTORICAL RECORDS OF THE

No. V. (continued).

Private Andrew Falconer

William Farms

William Finnic

Angus Ferguson ... ... ... ... Severely wounded

,, Robert Fletcher

John Forbes ... ... ... .. Killed.

John Gibson ... ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

., James Galloway ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Peter Grant

Donald Guun ... ... Severely wounded.

Alexander Henry

William Kelly

Alexander Johnson | Severely^wounded.

Alexander Johnstone

., John Laurie ... ... ... .. . Severely wounded.

Andrew Lee

William Lyall

,, Alexander McDonald

James McDonald

Kenneth McDonald ... ... ... Severely wounded.

,, Duncan McGibbon

Timothy McGunigall

Michael Me Kale ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

, , Alexander McKay

Holt McKenzie ... ... ... ... Dangerously wounded.

John Mel jeod

,', John McLaren ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

William Malcolm ...

John Manuel ... ... .. ... ... Dangerously wounded.

,, John Miller ... ... ... .. Died of wounds.

Douglas Mills ... ... ... ... ,.. Slightly wounded.

James Paterson ... ... ... .. Slightly wounded.

John Reid

William Reid

George Shaw ... ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

., Nathaniel Scott

William Stewart Severely wounded.

John Watson

Adam Wars

JohnWildie ... ... ... ... Dangerously wounded.

Robert Winton ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.



79TH CAMERON HIGHLANDERS.



73



No. VI.

Captain James Campbell . ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Lieutenant John Thompson ...

Donald Cameron ... ... ... ... Died of wounds.

Ensign Archibald Cameron

Colour- | JamesBlack
Sergeant J

Sergeant William Lambell ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

., Sinclair Henderson ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

,, William Lever ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Corporal John Gardiner ..
John Kennedy

Duncan McGregor Slightly wounded

Angus Morton

James Rowan ... .. Severely wounded.

Drummer Thomas McDonald ...
Private Thomas Archibald

John Atkins ... ... ... .. Severely wounded.

,, Thomas Bramner

Alexander Campbell

David Campbell Severely wounded.

Peter Carrick Killed.

Neil Campbell

Matthew Cowan Severely wounded.

John Fife

Frederick Finlay Slightly wounded.

, , William Finlay son

John Forster ... ... ... . .

, , Donald Gollan Severely wounded.

Thomas Gibbing

Donald Grant Severely wounded.

George Gray

John Gray Severely wounded.

George Gwilliam Slightly wounded.

William Gunn Severely wounded.

,, John Harley

John Hogg Slightly wounded.

,, John Houston

,, William Humphries

William Kerr

Duncan McCuig

Charles McDonald .. Severely wounded.



74 HISTORICAL RECORDS OF THE

No. VI. (continued).

Private Daniel McGinnerty Severely wounded.

Denis McGinnerty , ...

Alexander Mclntosh ... ... ... ... Killed.

Alexander McKay ...

Angus McKay (1st) Severely wounded.

Angus McKay (2nd)

George McKay ...

Donald McKenzie ...

Donald McLeod

John McPherson ...

David McQuattie Killed.

Andrew Morgan

William Morland

James Mowat ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Charles Munro ...

Angus Murray Severely wounded.

,, James Robertson ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Robert Shaw ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Archibald Smith Severely wounded.

Alexander Smith

William Smith ... ... ... ... .. Severely wounded.

Noble Sproul

Lachlan Stewart ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

,, John Stewart ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

James Stratton ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

,, James Stone ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

Donald Taylor ... ... ... ... ... Slightly wounded.

Henry Travers Severely wounded.

Dixon Vallance ... ... ... ... Severely wounded.

William Walton .. ... ... ... Severely wounded.



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