Ward Chapel Congregational Church WW1

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Dundee Congregational Church

Constitution Road




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Bronze
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Raised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Bronze Plaques on stone (marble) backboard. Ward Chapel merged with Panmure Trinity Church in 1984 to form Dundee Congregational Church.
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To The Glory Of God And In Memory Of The/Following Men Of This Congregation Who/Gave Their LivesIn The Great War 1914 - 1918 /[names]

Column 1- Pte. Robert S. Abernethy, Canadian M.G.C./ Capt. Arthur Begg, Lincoln Regiment/ Pte. Alexander M. Black, R.A.S.C./ Major Allan Black, Royal Engineers/ Capt. Aitken Brown, The Black Watch R.H./ Pte. William M. Burry, London Regiment/ Pte. James N. C. Cameron, Canadian M.G.C./ Trooper Charles S. Davie, Royal Scots Greys/ Sub-Lieut. David Esplin, Royal Naval Reserve/ Pte. John H. Geddes, Seaforth Highlanders/ M I. Sergt. Morgan Gibson, Fife & Forfar Yeomanry/ Pte. Charles H. Harrington, Royal Engineers/ Pte. Robert Isles, Scots Guards/ 2nd Lieut. James Kerr, Highland Light Infantry/ Trooper Peter Lawson, The Scottish Horse; Column 2- Pte. David H. Leighton, Scots Guards/ 2nd Lieut. Alexander S. Low, Scottish Rifles/ Pte. Jack MacDonald, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders/ A.B. David MacDougall, Royal Naval Division/ Pte. Tom McBurney, Machine Gun Corps/ Pte. Alfred J. McGill, London Regiment/ Pte. James McIntosh Jun., The Royal Scots/ Pte. Robert Pearson, Gordon Highlanders/ Sergt. Alexander Potter, The Black Watch R.H./ Sergt. James M,. Rattray, Fife and Forfar Yeomanry/ A.B. Robert J. Rattray, Naval Brigade/ Pte. Charles S. Shand/ L/Cpl. Andrew K. G. Simpson, Gordon Highlanders/ Pte. John Smith, The Black Watch R.H./ Capt. Talbert Stevenson, M.C., The Black Watch R.H./ Gunner David Whitton, Royal Field Artillery

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