Lieutenant Charles Augustus MacAlister

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Reference WMO/276733


Killean and Kilchenzie Parish Church


1 mile north of Muasdale & 3 miles south of Tayinloan

PA29 6XD


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Incised
  • Other
About the memorial: Brass Plaque. The Scotsman - Wednesday 3 January 1912 DEATH OF A YOUNG SCOTTISH OFFICER- Intimation has been received that Lieutenant - Charles Augustus Macalister , the eldest son of Major Macalister of Glenburn and Cour , Argyllshire , has died of scarlet fever at the British Legation at Peking . Lieutenant Macalister was born in 1883 , and joined his regiment , the Cameron Highlanders ( 1 st Battalion ) , in 1904 . His death . causes deep regret in Kintyre and is especially mourned by the tenantry on his father's estates , by whom his winsome and courteous . qualities were much appreciated .
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In loving Memory of / Charles Augustus Macalister, / Younger of Glenbarr and Cour, / Lieutenant Cameron Highlanders, / who died at Peking on December 31st 1911, / in his 29th year.

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