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War Memorial - Edzell, Angus, Scotland

1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

WW I and WW II Memorial - Edzell, Angus, Scotland Inscription WW ITo the unconquered dead

honoured memory
of our men
who gave their lives in the Great War
1914 - 1919

We owe more tears to these dead men
than time shall see us pay

Names WW I Pte. John Bairner, Gordon Highdrs.
Corpl. Stewart G. Cameron, Gordon Highdrs.
Pte. John Low Duncan, Gordon Highdrs.
Pte. William Hunter, Gordon Highdrs.
Pte. Frank Silver, Gordon Highdrs.
Pte. William J. L. Wilson, Gordon Highdrs.
Sergt. James McGregor, Scottish Horse
Pte. Charles L. Patterson, K. O. S. Borderers

Names WW I 2nd Lieut. William Begg, Black Watch
Pte. James C. Dawson, Black Watch
Pte. Norval R. Garden, Black Watch
Corpl. James W. Ritchie, Black Watch
L. Cpl. Joseph Valentine, Black Watch
Sergt. Andrew Chaplin, Ayrshire Yeomanry
Pte. William Smith, Scottish Rifles
Corpl. Robert Birse, Royal Engineers

Names WW I 2nd Lieut. John K. Ferrier, Rifle Brigade
Corpl. Hugh W. Ferrier, Royal Air Force
Corpl. James Adam, 53rd Canadians
Pte. Thomas Belford, 1st Depot Batt. Can.
Sergt. William T. Dunbar, R. Can. Garr. Artllry
Sergt. David Hampton, 10th Canadians
Pte. Walter Reid, P. P. C. L. Inftry
Pte. George C. Ritchie, 3rd Canadians

Names WW II
Also of those who gave
their lives in the war of
1939 - 1945

Pte. William J. Dallas, Black Watch R. H. R.
L/Cpl. E. J. Edwards, Royal Corps Signals att. 51st H. D.
Sgt. James Falconer, Royal Air Force
Flt./Lt. John B. Gordon, Royal Air Force
Gnr. George A. Innes, Royal Artillery
Sgt. Ronald J. Scott, Norfolk Yeomanry


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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