Archibald MacLean

Archibald MacLean outlined   

Full name: Archibald 'Archie' MacLean

Date of birth: Unknown

Date of death: 18 August 1918 (Aged 24)

Location of death: South east of Meteren

Rank: 2nd Lieutenant, King's Own Scottish Borderers

Position at Lloyd's Register: Clerical Staff, London office

Any other details:

Commissioned January 1917

Born at Portree, Skye. Lived at 2 Glenavon Terrace, Broomhill, Glasgow with his mother and father.

Died in the village of Outtersteene, during an attempt by British forces to capture Hoegenacker Ridge. 

MacLean's name can be found in the Borre British Cemetery, France. For further burial details, including MacLean's grave registration report, visit his portal on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.

More information about MacLean can be found on the Imperial War Museum's Lives of the First World War website or at The National Archives.

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