|1914 Star and Bar Trio to Capt. H.A. McDonald Kent Cyclist Co. A.C.C. (2182 Pte. 14th London regt. on star) comes with T title, London Scottish cap badge, and photo of him in London Scottish uniform. Captain Harry Alexander McDonald was born Dundee, 05/03/1886. Served in the Royal Bank of Scotland for 13 years. Joined London branch 25/05/1914 and enlisted 14/Londons 08/08/1914 to France 15/09/1914 where he was severely wounded in the neck at the Battle of Messines. After recovering from wounds was commissioned into the Cyclists Corps a narrative then states that he was never right in the head after being wounded and on February 6th 1918 he shot himself in the head in Canterbury, Kent aged 30 years. Son of Mr and Mrs John McDonald of Broughty Ferry, Forfarshire, husband of Daisy Scrutton (formerly McDonald) of Crockham Cottage, Waterford, Leamington, Hants. Buried Canterbury Cem. Kent. Addresses on MIC Kingsway Hotel, Guilford St. Russell Square, WC1, 23 Blackness Avenue, Dundee c/o Capt. Porteous.