CWGC: Seafield Crematorium WWII Communal Cremation Memorial

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Reference WMO/274536


Seafield Road





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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Other monolith
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Incised
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: This is not a war memorial but a Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery feature see the Links and/or Protection tabs. It is under the care of the CWGC whose graves and memorials are offical commemorative sites as opposed to local or community war memorials created by public subscription which are the focus of this website. See the What is a war memorial section of this website for further information. Three-panel stone memorial on stone base. Central panel has inscription below incised cross. Side panels display names of deceased.
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On central panel beneath incised cross: THESE MEMBERS OF / HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES / DIED IN THE SERVICE / OF THEIR COUNTRY / AND WERE CREMATED / 1939 – 1945

See the link to cemetery memorial page which gives names, ranks, service arms and dates of death (reproduced here). Bowie, D. O., Sergeant, Royal Air Force, 19/02/1943; Bowie, J., Pilot Officer, Royal Air Force, 19/02/1943; Bowie, A. C., Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, 19/01/1943; Clinch, W., Chief Engineer Officer, SS Crane, 23/06/1946; Eriksen, K. E., Signalman, HM Motor Minesweeper 263, 01/05/1945; Falconer, J. V. P., Sergeant, Royal Air Force, 27/05/1940; Grierson, W. A., Petty Officer Stoker, HMS Killarney II, 29/01/1942; Hood, J. F., Marine, HMS Tern, 30/09/1945; Linton, J. McQ., Skipper, HMS Europa, 19/01/1944; Marr, J. D., Corporal, Royal Engineers, 26/04/1946; McKinlay, R. T., Private, Kings Own Scottish Borderers, 22/11/1943; McNeil, Helen, Petty Officer Wren, HMS Merlin, 07/11/1946; Plummer, W. J., Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, 11/11/1947; Porter, T., Corporal, Royal Air Force, 01/11/1941; Ritchie, W. B., Gunner, Royal Artillery, 23/02/1940; Rodgers, W. T., Leading Aircraftman, Royal Air Force, 26/05/1947; Salmon, R., Commander, HMS Bacchante, 17/02/1940; Smith, R., Private, The York and Lancaster Regiment, 13/01/1947; Strachan, A. T., Sergeant, Royal Air Force, 11/01/1943; Sulter, Isabella B., Aircraftwoman 1st Class, Women's Auxiliary Airforce, 17/08/1944; Worthington, J., Aircraftman 1st Class, Royal Air Force, 01/09/1940.

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