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View Record Number 380 - Mr. Archie MacPhee

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Name:Mr. Archie MacPhee
South Uist
Originally from:Bornish
Place of death:Lhanbryde, Morayshire
Date of funeral:11/07/1970
Funeral Location:St. Mary's RC Church, Bornish
Presider:Very Rev. John Canon Morrison
Occupation:Janitor, Iochdar School
Veteran of War:WW II
Branch of Service:51st Highland Division, 4th battalion of the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
Additional Info:Mr. MacPhee's sloinneadh (Gaelic for ancestry) "Archie Dhomhnaill 'Illeasbaig Dhomhnaill Ruaraidh" which when translated from Gaelic means Archie son of Donald grandson of Archiebald great grandson of Donald great great grandson of Roderick".
Mr. MacPhee served in the 51st Highland Division during WW2 and in common with many other Uist soldiers during the war, was captured at St. Valery in 1940. His brother, Donald Archie MacPhee was killed on the 5th of June 1940 and is buried in the Mareuil-Caubert Cemetery in France.
Archie served with his brother in the 4th battalion of the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders.
Lair Number:503
Gravestone Inscription:In Loving Memory Of
Archie MacPhee
Died 8th July 1970 Aged 53
Beloved Husband Of Margaret
Died 29th September 2006
Aged 80
Much Loved Parents and Grandparents

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Mrs. Alice MacPhee (Sister) (deceased) view record.

Mrs. Margaret MacPhee (Spouse) (deceased) view record.

Mr. Roderick Peter MacPhee (Brother) (deceased) view record.

Mr. Donald MacPhee (Father) (deceased) view record.

Mrs. Joan MacPhee (Mother) (deceased) view record.