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- First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial:
This memorial would have been in the original St James building which was abandoned as unsafe in 1966 and the congregation moved into another redundant church, hopefully taking tis board with them. 41 Fallen.
Aberdeen Press and Journal - Wednesday 25 August 1926 - UNVEILING CEREMONY AT LOSSIEMOUTH. A mural tablet oak of polished oak was unveiled the St James' U.F. Church, Lossiemouth. on Sunday evening, in memory of the 41 members the congregation who fell in the Great War. The service, which was largely attended, was conducted by the Rev. W. M. Tevendale, M.A. Mrs Stewart, 9 Brander Street, who lost three sons in the war, unveiled the tablet, the inscription on which reads :- "In memory of the fallen heroes of St James' U.F. Church, Lossiemouth, 1914-18." After reading over the names of the fallen, Mr Tevendale said they lay three continents and in the bosom of the great deep, but the memory of their deeds was enshrined in their hearts for ever.