Monikie Church WW1

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Rectangular brass plaque with lancet top edge, mounted on a wooden board, to the left of the Communion Table. Plaque has quotation and burning bush at top, and decorative leaf border and between columns. Dates of war each side at top and St Andrew's crosses at lower corners. Crossed Saltaire and Union Jack enclosed by a wreath at lower edge.
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Centre: NEC TAMEN CONSUMEBATUR/ TO THE GLORY OF GOD/ AND THE MEMORY OF/ THESE MEN OF THIS PARISH/ WHO LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES/ IN THE GREAT WAR,/ ALSO IN/ LASTING GRATITUDE TO/ THOSE WHO SHARED/ ITS DANGERS./ "Greater love hath no man than/ this, that a man lay down his/ life for his friends". JOHN 15.13. ; Left side: 1914/ (Names); Right side: 1918/ (Names

Pte. James A. Lawrence. Cam. Hdrs./ Gnr. Geo. Balfour Aikenhead Baillie. R.F.A./ Pte. Alexander Milne. R.H./ Pte. William Tarbat. R.H./ Gnr. Robert Scott. R.F.A./ Pte. James Cochrane. R.H./ Pte. John Spalding. R.H./ Pte. George Irons. R.S.F/ Pte. David Robertson. Austn. Forces./ Pte. William Low. R.H./ Pte. Andrew Milne. A. & S.H./ Cpl. Frank M'Donald. Canadian Forces/ Pte. Thomas Reid. H.L.I./ Pte. Samuel Brown. R.H./ Tpr. James C. Robertson. S.H./ Pte. Alex. Buick. A. & S. H./ Pte. David Beverley. New Zeald. R.B./ Pte. Niven Scott. R.H./ Cpl. John Cook. M.M. Canadians./ Pte. James Leonard. Canadians./ Pte. William Philip. R.H./ L-Cpl. John Winter. 213th Employment Co./ Pte. John Carnegie. R.H./ Pte. John Fyfe. S.H./ Gnr. Stewart Paterson. R.M.A./ 2nd Lieut. A. W. Smith. G.H.

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