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War Memorial - Swinton, Scottish Borders, Scotland




1914 - 1919  and  1939 - 1945

War Memorial - Swinton, Scottish Borders, Scotland, Scotland War Memorial - Swinton, Scottish Borders, Scotland, Scotland
War Memorial - Swinton, Scottish Borders, Scotland, Scotland

In grateful memory of the men of Swinton parish
who died for their country in the Great War.
Major Walter G. Home, 6th Dragoon Guards
Captain George Ainslie, 6th K. O. S. B., M.C.
Cpl. William Dodds, 4th K. O. S. B.
Cpl. William L. Landels, R. F. A.
Cpl. John Wilson, 1st London Scottish
L/Cpl. John J. Craig, 4th K. O. S. B.
Pte. John Bookless, 9th Scottish Rifles
Pte. William Bookless, 1st/4th K. O. S. B.
Pte. James Cockburn, 1st K. O. S. B.
Pte. Thomas Cockburn, 5th Scottish Rifles
Pte. John Gibson, 4th K. O. S. B.
Pte. Thomas Graham, 1st Black Watch
Pte. Robert Halliday, 6th K. O. S. B.
Pte. John S. Jamieson, 7th Cameron Hldrs.
Pte. Robert Jamieson, 7th A. & S. H.
Gnr. Daniel S. McKenzie, R. F. A.
Pte. Alexander Paxton, 11th A. & S. H.
Pte. Andrew Paxton, 6th K. O. S. B.
Gnr. Alexander W. Ross, R. G. A.
Pte. Peter Simpson, 13th Royal Scots
Pte. William McIntosh Trotter, 1st Canadians
Pte. Kenward J. Thyne, 7th Seaforth Hldrs.
Pte. Thomas Turnbull, 4th K. O. S. B.
Pte. George Watson, 4th K. O. S. B.
1939    Their name liveth for evermore    1945

L/Cpl. Henry Graham Dearden, Commandos        Sergt. Robert Paterson, R. E. M. E.



Angel   

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.

   Angel



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