Glenorchy and Innishail
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- Stone Stone (any)
- First World War (1914-1918)
- Second World War (1939-1945)
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East: TO THE GLORY OF GOD/ AND/ IN GRATEFUL REMEMBRANCE OF THE MEN/ FROM GLENORCHY AND DISTRICT WHO FELL IN/ THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918/ "BITHIDH IAD AIR CHUIMHNE ANNS CACH LINN E THIO"/ "THEY SHALL BE REMEMBERED IN ALL GENERATIONS"/ (26 Names) South: TO THE GLORY OF GOD/ AND IN MEMORY OF THE MEN OF/ GLENORCHY AND INNISHAIL/ WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE WORLD WAR/ 1939 - 1945/ (5 Names)
WW1- Sergt. John Anderson, A.&.S.Hrs./ Pte. Duncan Carmichael, Black Watch/ L.Cpl. Gilbert Carmichael, Royal Scots/ Pte. James George, Canadians/ Pte. James Grant, Royal Fusiliers/ Sergt. Calum Grieve, Seaforth Hrs./ Lieut. H. Vincent Gregory, King's Liverpool./ Pte. John James Johnson, Black Watch/ Pte. Rodk. D. MacDougall, P.O. Rifles/ Pte. James MacFarlane, Royal Air Force/ Pte. Duncan MacGregor, Royal Scots Fus./ Sergt. Hugh MacGregor, A.&.S.Hrs./ Pte. Alexander MacInnes, Gordon Hrs./ Pte. Duncan MacIntyre, A.&.S.Hrs./ Sergt. Archibald N. MacIsaac, Black Watch/ Corpl. John M. MacKenzie, A.&.S.Hrs./ Pte. Robert MacNab, Black Watch/ Pte. William MacNab, Black Watch/ L.Cpl. Donald MacNicol, Royal Scots/ Trpr. Duncan Marquis, Royal Dragoons/ Gunr. John Marquis, R.G.Artillery/ Pte. Lewis Montgomery, Royal Hrs./ Pte. Paul Nicolson, Scots Guards/ Pte. Thomas Russell, Royal Hrs./ Pte. Alexander Sinclair, A.&.S.Hrs./ Pte. John Smith, A.&.S.Hrs./ WW2- Pte. David Cowan, 7th A.&.S.Hdrs./ Dvr. Archd. MacCallum, Ryl.Cps. Signals/ P/O. Peter MacIntyre Scott, R.A.F. V.R./ Boatswain John Murphy, M.N./ A.C.2. Alasdair Rhodes MacIntyre, R.A.F.