Ardgour Parish Church WW1

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Ardgour Parish Church


PH33 7AA


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Leaded
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Rectangular tablet with moulded edges as frame. Inscription in black with raised lettering.
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SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF/ THE FOLLOWING W.O, N.C.O.s, AND MEN OF THE PARISH OF ARDGOUR/ WHO DIED FOR THEIR COUNTRY IN THE GREAT WAR/ 1914-1918/ (13 Names)/ "Gradh a's mo na so cha'n'eil aic neach air bith" ST JOHN XV.13

Co.Qr.M.Sgt. Donald MacDonald, Cuil Moss, 3rd Bedfordshire Regiment, drowned at sea, 30th December 1917./ Sergeant Archibald Noble McIsaac, Police Station, 9th Black Watch, died of wounds, 28th April 1917./ Bombardier Donald MacLean, 1 Glovulin, Royal Garrison Artillery, killed in action 23rd April, 1918./ L/Corporal James Gilmour, 6 Blaigh, 6th Black Watch, killed in action 31st July, 1917/ Seaman Callum Boyd, 5 Blaigh, HMS California, drowned at sea 22nd December 1914/ Private John Cameron, 12th Clovulin, 8th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, died in hospital, 25th January 1915./ Private Donald MacIntyre, Magazine Cottage, 8th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, killed in action 23rd May 1915./ Private Angus Cameron, Achaphubuill, 5th Cameron Highlanders, killed in action, 19th July 1917./ Private Alexander Cameron, Kingairloch, 2nd Royal Scots Fusiliers, killed in action 30th July 1916./ Private Angus Cameron, Drumfearn, 1st Lovat Scouts, died 13th January 1917./ Private Roderick MacIntyre, 2 Trislaig, 7th Cameron Highlanders, killed in action, 25th July, 1917./ Private Donald MacIntyre, 15 Glovulin, Durham Light Infantry, killed in action 6th October, 1918./ Private Alexander MacLachlan, Cuil, 2nd Highland Light Infantry, died of wounds 28th November 1918.

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