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Reference WMO/260989


Duffus Kirk

Hopeman Road

Duffus, Moray

IV30 5RR


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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Timber Oak
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The memorial was in a school building which is now a private house (refer War Memorials Register 79749). The school closed in 1969, when it was moved to Duffus Church The tablet is of polished oak, and contains three panels, the two outside ones bearing the names and regiments of the fallen, while the central panel contains striking symbolical design representing Victory. 22 names
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Above the central panel- WENT THE DAY WELL? / WE DIED - AND NEVER KNEW (two columns of names) Metal plaque below the central panel This memorial was erected to / The memory of the pupils of / --- Keam School --- / Who fell in the 1914-18 war / Removed to Duffus Church in 1969 / After closure of Keam School.

The 22 names are: Capt Wm Pirie DCM RS Fusiliers Lieut Tom Bell Black Watch Pte Donald Robertson Black Watch Corp Gordon Adam MM 4th Field Ambulance Corp David Simpson Canadian Scottish Pte Wm. Reid S African Svottish Pte Andrew Adam Royal Scots Pte George Millar Scottish Rifles Pte John Robertson Gordons Pte David Shaw Gordons All the 2nd panel are Seaforth Highlanders Men Capt Jack Corrigall CSM James Robertson Pte James Kiel DCM Pte David Ettles Pte John Girvan Pte Alex Kintrea Pte Tom McPhail Pte Alex Stronach Pte James Stronach Pte George Shand Pte Robt. Williamson

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