Falkirk St Andrew's United Free Church

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Reference WMO/277159


St Andrew's West Church

Upper Newmarket Street




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Two wooden boards. This building was the United Free Church until 1929 reunification when it became Church of Scotland then in the early 21st century had the further name change after union with West Church.
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Left Panel: To the Glory of God/ and the Honoured /Memory of the Men/ of this Congregation/Who lost their lives/ in the Great War./ 1914-1919/[names]/Faithful Unto Death Right Panel: To the Glory of God/ and the Honoured /Memory of the Men /of this Congregation/Who lost their lives /in the Great War./ 1914 -1919 /[names]/Lest We Forget

Left Hand Panel- Robert Bell/ David P. Black/ Edward S. Brown/ Edward J. Bryson/ Archibald Campbell/ James Clark/ John Cochrane/ Peter Cochrane/ Colin Currie/ Andrew B. Gardner/ James Gardner/ William S. Johnston/ James Liddell/ George McAulay/ Charles McCall Snr./ Charles McCall Jnr./ Henry McCall/ Right Hand Panel- William McKendrick/ Joseph McLean/ George McMurtrie/ Alexander MacPherson/ John Martin/ William Martin/ Arthur R. Orr/ William Paterson/ William Pender/ Robert Simpson/ Thomas Strang/ Peter Taylor/ George K. Walker/ John Walker/ J. Douglas D. Watt/ Thomas Waugh/ Gilbert Wilkie

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