The battalion remains engaged in the 2nd battle of Ypres
5pm: Attempt to use gas by enemy, only one platoon affected. Very wet day and renches in bad state. Trench work done during the night. "Shell Trap" farm being put into state of defence. Trenches, parapet and traverse also being worked on.
It stands to reason that Murdo was wounded on a preceding date, and was taken to a field hospital behind the line; Bailleul is some distance south of Ypres.
Private MURDO MORRISON
Son of Angus and Effie Morrison, of 10, Borve, Barvas, Stornoway.
Last address in Lewis: 10 Borve
Military unit: 2nd Seaforth Highlanders
Service number: 3/6579
Date of death: 17 May 1915 at the age of 23
Died of wounds
Interred: Bailleul Communal Cemetery, extension (Nord), grave I. A. 53.
Local memorial: North Lewis, Borve
Crossed to France 25 August 1914