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Memorial at Suda Bay cemetery, Crete:

"In memory of the following NCO's and private soldiers of the 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders
who died during the International Occupation of Crete between the 24th March and 26th November 1897.
4942 Corporal J. Ferguson
5175 Corporal D. McGregor
5456 Lance-Corporal T. Hutcheson
5047 Private C. Young
4464 Private A. Gracie
4864 Private J. Cormack
4751 Private E. McPherson
5085 Private C. Cameron
Sergeant Stevenson
Corporal Garner
Private Evans
Medical Staff Corps, attached.
Soldiers Rest, Their Warfare O'er.
Erected by their comrades."

Memorial in St. Paul's Church, Rawalpindi:

"To the glory of God and in memory of the officers and men of the 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders who were killed in action or died of wounds or disease in the Bazar Valley and Mohmand Expeditions, North West Frontier 1908.

Names of the officers, NCOs and men in memory of whom the above window was erected by the regiment:
Major the Hon Douglas Forbes-Sempill, DSO
Major Neil Campbell MacLachlan
2nd Lieutenant Ian Campbell MacFadyen
Sergeant Alexander Evan Mackenzie
Private Robert Fordyce
Private John White
Private Albert Ecclestone
Private John Smith
Private Murdo Morrison."

Grave at Golspie Cemetery, Sutherland, Scotland - "Pipe Major William Macdonald, died 30 November 1907 age 57; his wife Janet Murray, died 20 May 1933 age 73. Their sons, William A, 1/4 Seaforth Highlanders, age 25 and John H, 1/5 Seaforth Highlanders age 23, both fell France Thursday, 21 March 1918."

Grave at St. Callan's Old Kirkyard, Rogart, Sutherland, Scotland - "William Mackay, Inchomney, Rogart, died 15 September 1889, aged 60; his wife Mary Sutherland, died 5 December 1921, aged 78; their son, Donald Mackay, Seaforth Highlanders, died North West Frontier, India, 18 August 1895, aged 26."

Grave at Lairg Cemetery, Sutherland, Scotland - "Sgt. George Sellar, VC, died 1 Nov 1889, age 39; erected in memory of a brave soldier of the 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders and F Coy and the staff of the 1st Sutherland Volunteers."