Intimation was recently received by Mr M. Campbell, 33 North Bragar, that his son Isaac was lost at sea through enemy action. Isaac, who emigrated to Canada some ten years ago, was employed by the Tramway department of Fort William (Ontario) Corporation. He threw up his situation and proceeded to the Mother Country with the intention of joining the RNR, but matters had been otherwise ordained, and he took seafaring as his career, as he was accustomed to this line of life on the Pacific coast. He was only 30 years of age; of sterling uprightness of character; a most dutiful and loving son and brother; a genial and true friend; and a general favourite with all who knew him. the deepest sympathy is extended to his bereaved parents, brothers, and sisters in their great sorrow. Recently, a sister of deceased died in Winnipeg, Canada. Mr Campbell has got other three sons serving King and country, namely, Malcolm (in France), Angus (RNR) and Norman, who took part in the great fight for Hill 60, and is now in a convalescent hom. Mention may also be made of the fact that these four brothers met at home in August 1916, a family reunion that will doubtless often be called to remembrance by the sorrowing parents in this sore trial.
No reference can presently be found of Isaac Campbell