Uig, Lewis

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Reference WMO257683

Address:

Near the Primary School

Overlooking Uig Sands

Bale na Cille (Balnacille)

Uig

Isle of Lewis

HS2 9JE

Scotland

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Obelisk
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: This memorial was built in 1999, it is located up the road from the Primary School in Uig and features names of people from Aird Uig and Crowlista (at least, according to photos). Seen in this location on Google Maps in 2018. Enclosed within steel fencing. Concreted approach and surround. Four spotlights. Armed Forces emblems at the top of each face.
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Aird Uig, 1914-1918/Malcolm Mackenzie/Malcolm Macleod/Donald Maciver Crowlista, 1914-1918/Donald Nicolson/John Macdonald/Peter Maclean/Murdo Mackay/ Donald Macdonald/Donald M. Fraser Crowlista, 1939-1945 /Neil Matheson [B]IOLAIRE DISASTER, 1 January 1919 Crowlista /Murdo Nicolson/Angus Macdonald /Ewen Macdonald/Malcolm Mackay/ John Macdonald/Peter Buchanan Ardroil, 1914-1918 /Alick James Macleod Ardroil, 1939-1945 /Calum Iain Macritchie/Eric Angus Bodley Brenish, 1914-1918/Kenneth Maclean/Malcolm John Buchanan/Neil Donald Buchanan /Donald John Morrison/Peter Macleod/Angus Macleod Brenish, 1939-1945 /Murdo Maclean/Neil Buchanan Carnish, 1939-1945 /Kenneth Macaulay Islivig, 1914-1918 /John Macaulay Mangersta, 1914-1918 Donald Morrison/Donald Macleod IOLAIRE DISASTER, 1 January 1919 Brenish/Murdo Mackinnon/George Morrison Carishader, 1914-1918 /William Macneill/Malcolm Macneill Carishader, 1939-1945 /John Murdo Mackay/Norman Gillies Enaclete, 1914-1918 /John Macleod Geshader, 1914-1918 /Murdo Macleod/Angus Maciver Kinlochroag, 1914-1918 George Edward Calder Lochcroistean, 1939-1945/Duncan Macleod Kneep, 1914-1918/Donald Macdonald/Murdo Macdonald/John Buchanan/ Angus Morrison Reef, 1939-1945/Donald Morrison Uigen, 1939-1945/Angus Macdonald Valtos, 1914-1918 /Norman Nicolson /Alexander Mackay/Malcolm Mackay/Hector Matheson/Norman Maciver/Murdo Maciver/Angus Mackay/John Mackay/Angus Mackay/ Kenneth Mackay Valtos, 1939-1945/Malcolm Mackay/Donald Norman Macdonald/Murdo Macdonald John Macaulay Iolaire Disaster, 1 January 1919 /John Macleod /Angus Matheson

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