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War Memorial - Glamis, Angus, Scotland

1914 - 1919  and  1939 - 1945

War Memorial WW I and WW II War Memorial WW I and WW II

To the glory of God
and to the undying memory of
the men of Glamis parish
who fell in the Great War

Their names live for ever
Captain The Honourable Fergus Lyon, Black Watch
Captain D. Maxwell, M. C. with bar, Black Watch
Lieutenant Alexander McGregor, Black Watch
Sergeant Alexander Smart, Black Watch
Lance Corporal John M. Johnstone, Black Watch
Private Peter Crichton, Black Watch
Private David Fearn, Black Watch
Private Peter Gordon, Black Watch
Private Andrew Hill, Black Watch
Private James Kinnison, Black Watch
Private James Ritchie, Black Watch
Corporal John D. Ellson, New Zealanders
Corporal Robert Gibson, New Zealanders
Corporal David A. Ross, New Zealanders
Private James Hood, New Zealanders
Corporal Alexander Scott, Highland Light Infantry
Lance Corporal Andrew Suttie, Highland Light Infantry
Private James R. Buchanan, Highland Light Infantry
Private John Clark, Canadians
Private W. Guild, Canadians
Corporal John R. Maxwell, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry
Corporal Edward Taylor, Royal Scots
Private David Fyffe, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Private Charles Leonard, East Lancs
Private Charles Milne, Gordon Highlanders
Private Harry Small, Scott. Highlanders
Private George Kydd, Australians
Gunner William C. Grant, Royal Garrison Artillery
Corporal John Tosh, Cameron Highlanders; Sapper R. T. Johnston, Royal Engineers; Private F. Munro, Canadians

Their names live for ever

1939 - 1945
Captain The Honourable John Patrick Bowes Lyon, Master of Glamis, Scottish Guards
3rd Radio Off. James Alexander Batchelor, Merchant Navy
Pilot Off. Alexander Watson Farquharson, D. F. M., Royal Air Force
Gunner William Melvin Thomson, Royal Artillery
Private George MacDougall Waterston, 1st Parachute Brigade


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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