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Murdo McLean (father), Glenelg, Kyle, Scotland AWMM
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15 October 1917 AWMMDied of wounds, Cause of Death AWMM
Wounded in action (gunshot wound shoulder, chest, and abdomen) on 12 October 1917 and admitted to 1 New Zealand Field Ambulance on 14 October. Transferred to 44 Casualty Clearing Station on 14 October and died there of wounds the following day. AWMM
Finlay MacLean was the son of Murdo and Janet MacLean. Born Glenelg, Inverness-shire, Scotland.
Previously employed as Shepherd by Self, Atua, Otane AWMM
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- New Zealand Army Expeditionary Force. (1918). Nominal Rolls of New Zealand Expeditionary Force Volume III. Wellington, N.Z.: Govt. Printer. AWMM
55: 31 AWMM
- Beattie, P.J. & Pomeroy, M. (2013-2015). Onward : portraits of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force (vols 1-3). Auckland, New Zealand: Fair Dinkum Publications AWMM
Vol. 3: Includes portrait AWMM
- NZWGT: Information supplied by the New Zealand War Graves Trust as part of the New Zealand War Graves project. This project was established in 2006 to record in text and photographs the 31,758 New Zealanders who have been identifed as serving with New Zealand or Allied forces, and who died in conflicts from the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) up to the present day and in peacekeeping operations. AWMM
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