Arrochar and Tarbet

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Reference WMO230361

Address:

Junction A83 and Church Road

Arrochar

G83 7AA

Scotland

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Other cross
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The memorial is in the shape of a Celtic Cross and was unveiled by Sir Iain Colquhoun on Sunday the 4th December 1921.It has the inscriptions of 15 names of the fallen from the 1st WW and 7 names from the 2nd WW
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In Memory MCMX1V- XV111

1st WW Private John Beattie. 49th Bn Canadian Infantry. Second Lieutenant John Carmichael. 5th Bn Scottish Rifles. Private Malcolm Gillies. 2nd Bn Gordon Highlanders. Lance Corporal James Dewar Currie. Cameron Highlanders. Shipwright 2nd Class. William Hammond. Royal Navy. Captain Francis John McCunn. 6th Bn Cameron Highlanders. Private John Kerr. 5th Bn Kings Own Scottish Borderers. Private John MacGregor. Border Regiment. Private Alexander McIntyre. 235th Cp. Machine Gun Corps. Private John Morrison. 1st Bn East Surrey Regiment. Private Donald Torrance. 6th Bn Seaforth Highlanders. Corporal Herbert William Parslow. 1st/5th Bn London Regiment. Private William Pannell. Bedfordshire Regiment. Co Q/Master Sergeant James Alexander Young. Hamp. Reg. Stoker 1st Class Alexander Phlimster. Royal Navy. 2nd WW John Campbell, Hugh Farrell, Donald Miller, Colin S McArthur, Arthur McLean, Robert Steel, Patrick Ward.

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