St Mark's Church WW1 (LOST)

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Reference WMO/259239


St Mark's Church (demolished)



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Status: Lost/missing
Type: Other
Location: Unknown
Setting: Unknown
Description: Unknown
Lettering: Unknown
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: According to the Scottish War Memorials Project discussion thread (se link) this church was demolished and merged with Letham Parish Church which was in turn demolished and rebuilt in 2005. There appear to be no war memorials inside, nor any knowledge of any. The dedication of the memorial was recorded in a press cutting cited on the SWMP page.
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To the glory of God and in everlasting memory of the members of this congregation who sacrificed their lives in the Great War, 1914-1919”.

“2nd Lieut. Rev. R. S. Barclay, 3rd Royal Scots; Signaller David C. Band, 2nd South Staffords.; Sergeant Hector Duncan, 9th Black Watch; Corporal David Duncan, 8th Black Watch; Private David Gow, 8th Black Watch; Sergeant John S. Hutton, 1/6th Black Watch; Private Alexander Kirk, 1/6th Black Watch; Private Donald Kirk, 1/6th Black Watch; A.B.S. Stewart Malcolm, R.N.D.; Segreant George M’Inroy, 14th A. and S. Highlanders; Corporal William M’Pherson, 8th Black Watch; Private James Thomson, 2nd Black Watch; Private David White, Scots Greys”.

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