John Angus "Scotty" MacAuley, Obituary, Northern Wyoming Daily News, Worland, Wyoming, 13 March 2001, page 2.
     TEN SLEEP --- John Angus "Scotty" MacAuley, 77, died Thursday, March 8, 2001 at Worland Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center.
     He was born Jan. 20, 1924 at Village of Breanish at Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland, the son of John and Mary Ann (MacLean) MacAuley.
     He grew up in the Stornoway area and attended schools there.  Following his formal schooling, he joined the British Army and served in France and Germany during World War II.  He was part of the Allied D-Day Invasion forces.
     After the war, he worked on the construction of a dam at Loch Sloy, Scotland.
     In 1951, he immigrated to the United States, coming to Worland to be near the MacLean family.  He worked on various ranches, including the Hampton Sheep Ranch.
     He married Rebecca  E. Davis at Greybull on Jan. 19, 1961.
     He then worked in construction for McClellan & MacQueen Construction, the Town of Worland, Edwards Lumber and for Dale Weaver Inc. for 15 years.
     He also worked in the Cody area where he built bridges.  Following his retirement, he worked at Jim Foreman's golf course at Ten Sleep.
     He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Worland where he served as a church deacon.  His hobbies included hunting, fishing, and visiting with friends.
     He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Catherine MacAuley.
     He is survived by his wife Becky of Ten Sleep, a brother John Malcom MacAuley of Inverness, Scotland; two nieces and two nephews all of Scotland; and two cousins, Isabelle (Harold) Dees of Worland and Kenneth MacLean of Denver, Colo.
     Services will be Thursday, March 15 at 10 a.m. at First Presbyterian Church in Worland with Rev. William S. Foster officiating.
     Burial will be at Ten Sleep Cemetery at noon on Thursday.
     Visitation will be at the church on Thursday from 8:30 a.m. until service time.
     Veile Mortuary, Inc. is in charge of arrangements.