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War Memorial
Strathtay and Grandtully, Perth and Kinross, Scotland

1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

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

1914 - 1918

The men of Strathtay and Grantully
who gave their lives in the war.

Stoker J. Robertson, Royal Navy
Corp. W. Cameron, Scottish Horse
Lieut. M. Stewart, R. F. A.
Gunr. J. MacKenzie, R. G. A.
Pte. J. Stewart, Scots Guards
Pte. J. Birney, Black Watch
Pte. I. Cameron, Black Watch
Pte. D. Campbell, Black Watch
Pte. S. M. Dott, Black Watch
Pte. J. Flynn, Black Watch
L/Cpl. T. MacDonald, Black Watch
Pte. I. A. MacDougall, Black Watch
Pte. J. McIntyre, Black Watch
Pte. H. McLaren, Black Watch
Pte. I. M. Pilkington, Black Watch
Pte. A. Robertson, Sherwood Foresters
2nd Lieut. A. A. Wilson, A. & S. Highs.
Pte. K. G. Bett, Australian Forces
Pte. P. Cameron, Canadian Forces
Pte. A. Robertson, Canadian Forces
Corp. D. Stewart, Canadian Forces

1939 - 1945

Trooper W. Duff, R. A. C.
Sgt. D. Duff, The Black Watch
Pte. J. MacDonald, The Black Watch
Marine D. MacDonald, Royal Marines
Pte. J. A. McNab, Australian R. S. C.
Sgt. Gnr. D. R. C. MacLagan, R. A. F.
Flt/Sgt. D. A. R. Walker, R. A. F.
Sapper J. Wallace, Royal Engineers


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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