Stornoway Gazette, 24 April 1942
Mrs Norman Macdonald, 14 Hacklete, Bernera, has been officially notified that her only brother, Angus (Aonghais Beag Dhomhnuill Ruaidh), 13 Tobson, Bernera, is missing, presumed killed on war service. Aged 29 years, Angus was the only son of the late Mr and Mrs Macdonald, 13 Tobson. His father also made the supreme sacrifice in the last war, losing his life when the Iolaire was sunk. Angus was attached to the Northern Patrol and served on one of HM trawlers for a time, but was later drafted on foreign service. The deep sympathy of all is extended to Mrs Macdonald in her hours of sorrow and anxiety.
Stornoway Gazette, 19 June 1942
It was with sorrow and deep regret that his many friends learned that Angus Macdonald, Seaman RNR (Aonghais Beag Dhomhnuill Ruaidh), 13 Tobson, Bernera, was missing, presumed lost through enemy action. Angus, who was 29 years of age, was the only son of the late Mr and Mrs Donald Macdonald, 13 Tobson. His father lost his life when the "Iolaire" sank off Holm. Called up in October 1941, Angus joined the Patrol Service and until March of this year served in one of HM Trawlers on the Northern Patrol. Since then there has been no news of him except the official news received that he was missing and must be considered lost. Aonghais Beag was a popular young lad, loved and respected by all. He shall be greatly missed in the circle of friends where, before the war, he played so prominent a part. To his only sister, Mrs Norman Macdonald, 14 Hacklete, Bernera, and to his near relatiions, the sympathy of all goes out in full measure in their anxiety and sorrow.