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War Memorial - Wormit, Fife, Scotland

1914 - 1919  and  1939 - 1945

War Memorial WW I and WW II

1914      Erected by      1918
the inhabitants of Wormit
in memory of
Capt. H. D. Sturrock, M. C., 1st H. C. B.
Lt. J. A. Gouick, 1st Can. F. A.
Lt. R. E. Lindsay, R. A. F.
Lt. F. T. MacKenzie, R. F. A.
2nd Lt. J. K. MacKenzie, Border Rgt.
2nd Lt. W. D. MacBeth, 5th R. Hrs.
Sgt. W. K. Leslie, 102nd Can. Inf.
Sgt. G. V. Noakes, 2nd R. Hrs.
Cpl. R. T. Lawson, R. F. A.
Cpl. A. N. Swan, R. E.
L/Cpl. D. K. Maxwell, 10th Seaforths
Pte. J. Aitken, 5th R. Scots
Pte. A. Bruce, 8th R. Hrs.
Pte. W. Buist, 9th R. Hrs.
Pte. G. G. Farquharson, 7th Seaforths
Pte. G. Kennedy, 2nd H. L. I.
Pte. J. G. Mowat, Tank Corps
Pte. R. Wann, 3rd R. Hrs.
Heroes of the Great War who gave their lives
for justice and freedom

"Their name liveth for evermore"
1939      "Greater love hath no man than this"      1945
Signaller John D. Clark, R. N.
Capt. Ian S. Cowley, Black Watch
Pte. Robert Gall, Black Watch
W. O./Pilot James G. Gray, R. A. F.
Sgt./Pilot Donald K. McFarland, R. A. F. V. R.
Bdr. Neil G. Melrose, A/A., R. A.
Radio Officer John C. Moncur, M. N.
5th Eng. James E. Paterson, M. N.
P/O Robert L. Patterson, R. A. F. V. R.
Tpr. William M. Rae, F. & F. Yeomanry
Cadet Walter F. Stephenson, M. N.
Sgt./Nav. William M. Watt, R. A. F.
Pte. Victor J. B. Young, R. Scots


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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