Angus McLeod was born January 4, 1886 at Lochinver, Scotland. He was the son of Norman and N. MacLeod of Inverkirkaig, Sutherlandshire, Scotland. Angus was a carpenter and was living in Arrowhead.
Angus McLeod signed his enlistment papers May 23, 1915 at Vernon. He was 29 years old, single, 5’ 10” tall with dark brown hair and grey eyes. His religious affiliation was Presbyterian. His regimental number was 442160. He was one of about 100 men from the Revelstoke and Arrowhead area to enlist with the 54th Battalion in the spring and summer of 1915. The local newspaper reported that there was only one unmarried male of military age living in Arrowhead that summer. All the rest had joined up.
Angus McLeod died June 5, 1916 during the battle for Mount Sorrel. He was 30 years old. At the time of his death he was a Private serving with the 16th Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Manitoba) Regiment. He is buried at the Railway Dugouts Burial Ground, Belgium.
The name of Angus McLeod is inscribed on the Courthouse and Cenotaph plaques under the Arrowhead listing.