Parish Church Plaque

 

This memorial plaque sits inside the vestibule of the Parish Church and arrangements to view it can be made by applying to the Church Officer whose details can be found on the board at the front of the Church.

It was unveiled and dedicated on Sunday the 8th March 1925 and the proceedings were reported in the Cumnock Chronicle of 13th March 1925.

 


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1919


To the Glory of God and
Grateful Memory of the
Men from this Church
Who fell in the Great War

David Barr
Canadians
R A McGill
RSF
William Beatson
A&SH
Archd MacKenzie
Sherwood Foresters

William Bell

MGC
D W MacKenzie
A&SH
George S Brown
MGC
James MacMillan
RSF
Matthew Brown
RSF
George MacMillan
RSF
William Collins
Royal Scots
Saml MacWhirter
Royal Scots
S A Cunningham
RSF
John Nisbet
RSF
William Denim
RSF
David Paton
Royal Scots
David Ferguson
Black Watch
John Paton
RSF
John Gracie RSF
Hugh Peden
RSF
Nisbet C Gray Black Watch
Alex Rodgerson
Black Watch
William Hill
RSF
Geo Rodgerson
Scottish Rifles
Charles Howat
KOSB
William Sharp
Loyal N Lancs
James Hunter
RSF
William Sharp
HLI
Thos Kilpatrick
Scots Guards
William Sloan
RSF
William Martin
AIY
William Sloan
AIY
John Maxwell
A&SH
Wm MacKerrow Sloan
DCLI
John S Melvin
Black Watch
Alexander Sweden
RSF
George Miller
Cameron Hldrs
Richard Telfer
Cameron Hldrs
Andrew Morrison
Black Watch
George Walker
Cameron Hldrs
John Morgan
Cameron Hldrs
John Walker
Black Watch
Robert Murray
DCLI
Harry Warren
RFA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Their Name Liveth For Evermore

 

All of the names on this plaque also appear on the village war memorial

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