|We, the community, pledge ourselves|
anew to our work in support of the
We promise to do everything possible to
help where there is need, and to ensure
that they may enjoy the years that lie
ahead in comfort, dignity and
This we promise as a lasting token of
our appreciation and gratitude.
|To the glory of God
and in grateful memory of
Pte. Peter Anderson, Scot. Rifles
Pte. A. MacKenzie, Seaforths
Lieut. W. Douglas Miller, R. G. A. & R. F. C.
Lieut. Ian M. Miller, 2nd A. & S. Highldrs
who were killed in action.
Capt. M. Downie, R. A. M. C.
Pte. George Mills, Gordon Highldrs
Pte. A. Elrick, K. O. S. B.
who died on active service
thirty six men from the district
who took part in the Great War
1914 - 1919 and returned in safety.
|To the glory of God in|
remembrance of the young men
of Shandon who gave their lives
in the second world war
1939 - 1945
L.Cpl. John Cairns
Flt.Sergt. Thomas S. G. Greive
Pte. William Greive
Pilot Officer James McGibbon, B. Sq.
Williamson Draper, Merchant Navy
John McDaid, Merchant Navy
The people blessed all the men
what willingly offered themselves.
|Give thanks o heart for the high souls|
that point us to the deathless goals.
This page is dedicated to the 10 million victims of World War I and 60 million victims of World War II.