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War Memorial - Logie Coldstone, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

1914 - 1918

Parish Church and War Memorial War Memorial WW I
The former Parish Church in Logie Coldstone. Now a private residence.

To the glory of God and in memory of the following who gave their
lives in the service of their country. 1914 - 1918.
This cross was erected by the inhabitants of Logie Coldstone, Migvie & The Braes.
Parish Church and War Memorial

7th Battn. Gordon Highlrs.
Sergt. Charles Coutts
Corp. James Milne
Pte. Alexander Cowe
Pte. George Ingram
Pte. Richard Reid
Pte. Donald Wright
Pte. David Young
Pte. John Skene
Pte. John Coutts
Pte. Lewis G. McKenzie
Pte. J. Halkett
Pte. Stuart Grant

2nd Battn. Gordon Highlrs.
Pte. Charles Kellas
4th Battn. Seaforth Highlds.
Corp. Charles D. Dawson

1st Brig. 2nd Reg. Scottish Horse
Trooper Thomas Ledingham
Trooper Albert Simon
Trooper George T. Simon

4th Battn. Cameron Highlrs.
Pte. Malcolm N. Smith

King's Own Scottish Bords.
Pte. Charles Lawson
Pte. Robert Wyness

Lothian and Border Horse
Pte. Duncan Reid
Royal Garrison Artillery
Alexander Lockart Ogston

20th Battn. Northumberland

Pte. William Gibbon

Sergt. William Duguid
Pte. David Dawson

Pte. William Watson
Pte. Arthur Stewart
Their name liveth to all generations.


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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