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Roderick Callum Macleod

Roderick Callum Macleod

Roderick Callum Macleod (1902-1982) was a son of Rev. Donald Smith Macleod and Kate Isles Rodger Wylie, Tarbat Manse, Portmahomack.

In 1922 he emigrated to South America, settling at Demerera. Roderick was an Overseer on a Sugar Plantation at Demerara, British Guiana. He returned to Scotland in 1938.

In 1939 he enlisted in the Cameron Highlanders and served as a Lieutenant at Inverness Barracks. At Inverness, in 1941, he married Williamina Beattie. The couple had three children.

After the War Roderick worked for the Forestry Commission.




Title: Roderick Callum Macleod
Record Type: People
Gaelic Name: Ruaridh Calum Dhòmhnaill Mhurchaidh
Date of Birth: 30-08-1902
Date of Death: 1982
Date of Marriage: 12-12-1941
Occupation: Gold Prospector, Overseer on Plantation
Sex: Male
Record Maintained By: CEP
Subject Id: 119821