Lt Robert Alastair MacLean


This is the right MIC from the regiments. But WO338 spells it "R Alastair" and MIC as "Alister". Mic has no address. The other clue is the impossible to read address of his mother on ADRIC Roll, It looks like Kilmarnock

1897 May 1. Born Ayr . Cross House, Kilmaurs.

1901 census at Cross House Kilmaurs

Archibald Maclean 44
Eliza Maclean 36
Marion Violetta G Maclean 7
Robert A Maclean 3

1915 Nov 22. Landed in France

1917 Jun 28 Commissioned 2nd Lt in North Irish Horse

1918 Apr 14. He transferred to the 2nd Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, retaining his officer rank, with seniority dating from 1 January that year.

1919 Jul 1. He was promoted to the rank of lieutenant in the 3rd Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, Special Reserve of Officers

1920 Nov 8. Joined ADRIC with service no 997. Posted to Depot Coy. Mother at Cross House, Kilmarnock (in Scotland)

1921 Jan 14 "Admitted R"

1921 Mar 10. Posted to F Coy

1921 Jul 12 to 26 Jul on Leave

1922 Jan 17. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1946 Jun Died Surrey