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War Memorial - Cove and Kilcreggan, Argyll and Bute, Scotland

1914 - 1919  and  1939 - 1945

War Memorial - Carstairs Village, Lanarkshire, Scotland Inscription WW I Names WW I
Names WW II

1914 - 1919
to the glory of God
in memory of the
Cove and Kilcreggan
men who fell
in the Great War

Robert Austin, 1st Gordon Hrs.
J. Cameron, Cameron Hrs.
Ernest L. Claasen, H. L. I.
David Downie, R. F. A.
James Duggan, 1st Rl. Innisc. Fus.
James Geddes, Tank Corps
W. Givens, 6th R. H.
J. Stuart Kirkland, Royal Navy
Crawford Ewing Laing, 9th H. L. I.
Alexander MacFarlane, A. & S. H.
William MacKay, A. &. S. H.
George M. C. MacKinlay, 14th A. & S. H.
George MacPherson, 7th Blk. Watch
Alex. W. Marshall, 8th Blk. Watch
John C. Murray, R. F. A.
Douglas Paterson, 1st The Border Reg.
David Robertson, Scots Guards
P. Fergus Rogers, 5th Cameron Hrs.
James Ross, Machine Gun Corps
John Scott, Gordon Hrs.
Archibald G. Skelly, 7th Cameron Hrs.
David C. Skelly, 5th Cameron Hrs.
R. C. Stevens, Royal Naval Div.
Alan MacDonald Stevenson, Rl. Air Fce.
Wm. George Teacher, 15th H. L. I.
David Tennent, 8th H. L. I.
Dougald Thomson, R. G. A.
Duncan Thomson, 5th Seaforth Hrs.
William Tugwell, 1st Rl. Inisc. Fus.
Lewis A. Watt, 9th A. & S. H.

1939 - 1945
I. H. Hedderwick, Indian Army
Iain R. MacDiarmid, D. F. C., R. A. F.
Ian McLachlan, R. N. V. R.
1939 - 1945
John O'Brien, R. M.
Joseph T. Todd, R. A.
Robert P. Tytler, R. A. F. V. R.


This page is dedicated to the 10 million victims of World War I and 60 million victims of World War II.
We should always remember the immense grief and loss each war brought to the world.




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