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Malcolm Chisholm (1874-1947) was a son of Kenneth Chisholm and Marion Macleod, 29 Gravir.
He served with the Seaforth Highlanders Militia before transferring to the Camerons. Malcolm served in a number of places across the British Empire before fighting in the South African Wars (where he was awarded a medal) and at the Battle of Atbara in the Sudan (where he was wounded in the chin). Malcolm served in the First World War and is mentioned in Loyal Lewis: Roll of Honour 1914-1918. He returned to Scotland and was posted to Edinburgh Castle and then to the Cameron Barracks in Inverness.
At St Giles in Edinburgh, in 1908, he married Johanna Macphail of 19 Gravir and they raised ten of a family in Inverness.
An account of their family life was written by their daughter.