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War Memorial - Kingsbarns, Fife, Scotland

1914 - 1918

War Memorial WW I Pro Rege et Patria
(For king and country)

To the glory of God
and sacred to
the memory of the
men of this parish
who fell in the
Great War

Their name liveth for evermore

Thomas Bissett, Cameron Highlanders, Corporal, 1916
Norman Black, Gordon Highlanders, Private, 1917
David A. Brown, Highland Light Infantry, Corporal, 1918
Robert Brown, Lieutenant, Royal Naval Reserve, 1918
Alexander Hampton, Highland Light Infantry, Lance Corporal, 1918
William Harley, Royal Field Artillery, Driver, 1915
Thomas M. Horsburgh, Black Watch, Private, 1915
Robert Lothian, Botha's Horse Troopers, 1915
Andrew P. McDonald, Able Seaman, Royal Naval Reserve, 1916
Thomas P. McDonald, Royal Field Artillery, Bombadier, 1917
Charles McKenzie, Royal Scots, Corporal, 1917
Donald Morrison, Royal Field Artillery, Farrier Sergeant, 1917
David Robertson, Royal Scots Fusiliers, Private, 1915
Hugh Barr Scott, New Zealanders, Private, 1916
William Turnbull, Royal Flying Corps, Lieutenant, 1917


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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