Pitsligo Parish Church WW1 and Sea Mine Disaster Memorial

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Pitsligo Parish Church




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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Lettering: Painted
About the memorial: Commemorating those killed in action in WW1 and also eight men and boys killed whilst trying to move a Sea Mine that had floated into the harbour during WW1
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Transcript of names: Army 1914 - 1919 David Anderson Duncan Anderson George Beedie Alexander D Buchan William G Buchan Jack Catto John Chalmers Adam Clark Peter Coyle Robert Cruickshank Robert A Forbes Alexander Gile Henry Gordon William Greig Charles Howie John Ingram William Jeffrey George Mathieson William Milne John Minty Robert McBeth Alexander Mclean James Mcleod Robert Rannie William Rennie Alexander L Riddle Alexander G Ritchie James Runcie Andrew Ritchie Edwin Ritchie George Ritchie Richard Ritchie Stephen Ritchie William Ritchie Alexander Robertson Alexander Ross Alexander Scott Alexander Sim John Sim William Smith Alexander Shaw John D Third William Third Alexander Walker James Watson William Watson William M Watt George Wood William Wood NAVY 1914 - 1919 Joseph Bell William Birnie Adam Downie George Downie James Downie John Downie John Downie Robert W Downie Alexander Dunbar Charles J Duthie Andrew Minty George McPherson Alexander Noble David Noble William Noble Alexander Ritchie James Ritchie William Ritchie William Ritchie Andrew K Smith James Smith James T Smith John Smith George Shaw John Shaw George Tait Garden West Mine Disaster 10-Jan-1918 Alexander Downie George G Downie James Downie Andrew Duthie John Duthie James Ritchie James Sim Charles J Watt

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