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Reference WMO/271544


One Central Quay


G3 8DA


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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Raised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Cast Brass Plaque
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TO THE HONOURED MEMORY OF THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS /OF STAFF WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE TWO WARS / 1914 – 1918 /[names in 3 columns]/1939-1945/[names in 3 columns]

1914 – 1918 COLUMN 1- Pte James Adams RS/Pte Andrew Alexander SR /Pte A.G. Balfour Training Res. /Cpl F.J. Carpenter HLI /AB P. Callaghan RN /Pte William Carswell RS/2nd Lt George Geddie Seaforth Highlanders /Pte G. Grant RS /Pte John Gallie HLI /Pte William Hall A&SH COLUMN 2- Pte Alex. Hartin SR/Pte Thomas Inglis Jnr A&SH /Pte John King Black Watch /Pte W. Landels RS /Pte H. McCartney Cameron Highlanders /Pte Robert McMillan A&SH / Pte James McIlhone Jnr RSF /AB John Mack RNVR /Pte John Neilson KOSB /Pte William Noakes HLI COLUMN 3- 2nd Lt G.J. O’Reilly Sherwood Foresters /Pte James Pauley SR /Pte Henry Paltie RS /CQMS J.D. Stewart HLI /Pte Edward Stevenson RSF /L/Cpl John Veitch HLI /A/Sgt Alex. Wright Seaforth Highlanders /Pte John Wilson HLI /Pte J. Wright HLI 1939 – 1945 COLUMN 1- LAC C.D. Anderson RAF /OS H. Brown RNVR /Sgt L. Butler RAF /Cpl D. Blair /OS J.L. Carswell RN COLUMN 2- Pte J. Dunlop Black Watch /Lt R. Fleming Black Watch /Pilot Officer T. Gilchrist RAF /A/C J. Jamieson RAF /Sgt J.R. Jessiman Paratroops /LAC F. Moore RAF COLUMN 3- Sgt M. McLean RAF /AB James Ramsay RN /Sgt D. Smart RAF /Radio Officer D. Snodgrass MN /Cadet Pilot A.S. Thomson RAF

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