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Reference WMO/146653

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Market Muir

Alyth

Scotland

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Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Figure sculpture
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
  • Falklands Conflict (1982)
About the memorial: Figure of woman holding sword in one hand and Winged Victory on the other. She is knelt upon a tapering stone built cenotaph like plinth/column holding metal plaques with WW1 names & inscriptions. There is a further plaque supported by an elaborate scroll with WW2 names.
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'IN PROUD AND LOVING MEMORY OF THE MEN FROM THIS DISTRICT WHO DIED FOR THEIR COUNTRY IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1919 THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE'

THE ROYAL NAVY Eng. Lieut. Commander Wm H Cleghorn H B Hugh Grant RND H G A B John Grant RND A B Davidson Morris RND THE ARMY Major A B Higgon Chevalier of the Legion of Honour Captain Herbert S Cleghorn Captain The Hon Partick Ogilvy MC Lieut. Archibald Denroche-Smith Second Lieut. Allan J Cleghorn Coy. Sergt. Major George Millar Sergt. W MacDonald Sergt. Peter Mitchell MM Corporals: G Y Edward James Ferrier John Honey William Low Alexander MacDonald William McPherson William A Mitchell Lieutenant Corporals: Robert Anderson Thomas Henderson Alexander Melville James P Meechie John Sinclair John T Tasker Robert Watson Privates: John Adam Andrew Anderson Charles Anderson David M Anderson Robert Angus James Bain Laurence De Bono James F Brown Thomas Cargill James P Carruthers Alexander Clark Charles Clark Alexander Cochrane George Corbett William Coventry George Cram Donald Davidson William Denholm Thomas Dickson William Doig Alexander Duff James Fearn Robert Ferguson William Ferguson Robert Finlay Thomas Fraser David H Galloway William Galloway William Graham James Gray Arthur Guthrie Robert Haggart Robert M Hastie John Henderson Andrew Hendry Robert Howie John Kidd James Leslie John Lowdon George McKiddie Thomas Mands Edward Martin George Melville Archibald Milne James Milne John Morris Alexander Nelson Robert B Newton James L Nicholson James Ogilvy Robert B Oram Alexander Reid William J Reid William Robb David Robertson William Rollo George M Ross James Shanks James Shaw William Sidey James Silver Alexander Smith John Smith Robert Smith Fred Soutar W M Spalding Donald Stewart James Stewart Charles Sturrock William Sturrock Andrew W Symington Alexander K Thomson James Tod James Whyte William Whyte George Wilson James Wilson Thomas Wood AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE Pte. Thomas Fleming Pte. Angus W Mitchell CANADIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE Lieut. David Gibson Coy. Sergt. Mjr. Charles M Whyte Cpl. Alexander Smith Privates: Robert Brown George B Brown John McPherson John G Reid David Robb Robert Shaw H Smart John Wilkie NEW ZEALAND EXPEDITIONARY FORCE Pte. Robert Shanks

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