5 January 1945
The death of a popular young Stornoway man occurred on Friday when Neil Campbell, son of Mr and Mrs Neil Campbell, passed away at his home, 42 Seaforth Road, at the early age of 22 years. On leaving school Neil worked for a time with Mr John Macleod, plumber, but at the age of 16½ he decided to make the army his career and joined the Seaforth Highlanders. He was invalided out of the service more than 18 months ago but full of the optimism of youth, he believed that his health would recover sufficiently to enable him to re-enter the army. In May of this year  he had to take to bed. His younger brother Sweeton, who was wounded some time ago while serving with the Seaforths, was able to get leave and come home. Deep sympathy is felt for him, their bed-ridden mother, their father, who has been a prisoner of war since June of 1941 when he was serving with the RASC in the Middle East, and their aunt Dolina, by whom Neil was devotedly nursed during his long illness. The funeral took place on Monday to Aignish, the service being conducted by Rev. Kenneth A. Macrae.
13 April 1945
Neil Campbell, elder son of Mr and Mrs Neil Campbell, 42 Seaforth Road, who died recently at the age of 22. He had been invalided out of the Seaforth Highlanders.