Norman Macdougall, 54 Lower Barvas

Last address in Lewis: 54 Lower Barvas,
Son of Mrs. Margaret McDougall, of 54, Lower Barvas, Stornoway, Scotland.
Service unit: 46th Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment)
Service number: 437723
Date of death: 10 April 1918 at the age of 25
Killed in action in France
Interred: Roclincourt Military Cemetery, grave VI. B. 19
Mentioned on family gravestone in Barvas Cemetery, Lewis

Date of birth: 28 March 1883
Place of birth: Barvas
Height: 5 ft 5¾ in
Complexion: Dark
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Black
Religion: Presbyterian
Trade / occupation: Grocer
Volunteered at Edmonton on 21 August 1915
Norman appears in the 1901 census, aged 17, a postrunner, and the son of John (52) and Peggy [Margaret] (48) and brother to Isabella (23), Allan (14), Flora (12), Ann (9), Hugh (7) and Kenneth (3).

His brother Colin also served in the war; Hugh was with the Canadians and Kenneth with the RNR.  These three all survived the war.

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