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Donald Finlayson (born 1890) was a son of Alexander Finlayson and Flora Campbell, 10 Calbost.
He emigrated to Australia in 1912 and married and settled there.
He served in the Australian Army in the First World War, having joined up on 9th September 1914. He was twice wounded at the Dardanelles and returned to Australia in November 1915. He was discharged from service in April 1916. Donald is mentioned in Loyal Lewis.
He married Vera Collins , an Australian of American extraction. They had two sons and two daughters. One of the sons, Roderick, was kidnapped when he was sixteen years old. His remains were found three years later.