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William, Peter and Sandy McEwan

This photograph was taken during the early 1920s and shows three brothers. Standing left to right are William McEwan, Peter McEwan and Sandy McEwan, sons of William and Helen McEwan of Highfield, Muir of Ord.

Peter McEwan grew up to be a sergeant in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Born in 1916, Peter was killed in action during World War II, aged 25. Sandy McEwan was a soldier in the Cameron Highlanders. He was also a barber by trade and in addition to being a keen curler, he was also a golf enthusiast. A golf club champion at Muir of Ord on several occasions, there is a bench on the first tee at the golf club in his memory.

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William, Peter and Sandy McEwan

RAF; Royal Airforce Volunteer Reserve; Second World War; Cameron Highlanders; golf

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Winnie Gordon (photographs)

This photograph was taken during the early 1920s and shows three brothers. Standing left to right are William McEwan, Peter McEwan and Sandy McEwan, sons of William and Helen McEwan of Highfield, Muir of Ord. <br /> <br /> Peter McEwan grew up to be a sergeant in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Born in 1916, Peter was killed in action during World War II, aged 25. Sandy McEwan was a soldier in the Cameron Highlanders. He was also a barber by trade and in addition to being a keen curler, he was also a golf enthusiast. A golf club champion at Muir of Ord on several occasions, there is a bench on the first tee at the golf club in his memory.