Old Photograph War Memorial Tigerton Scotland

Old photograph of the War Memorial in Tigerton, East of Kirkton of Menmuir in Angus, Scotland. The memorial to the men belonging to the Memmuir district of Forfarshire was unveiled at Tigerton on Sunday by Captain Scott Erskine, Balhall. The monument is of Aberdeenshire granite, and contains the names of 17 soldiers, three of them being brothers. A religious service was conducted by Reverend D. A. Vipont and Reverend A. Munro.

World War 1

Corporal George Anderson Canadian Expeditionary Force
Private John Bairner Gordon Highlanders.
Private David Birse Royal Scots
Private Don Clyne Cameron Highlanders
Private Roy A. Coats Royal Scots
Corporal John Duncan Gordon Highlanders
Private Gregory Duncan Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
Trooper William Garvie Canadian Mounted Rifles
Trooper David Haggart Lovat Scouts
Gunner Robert Mudie Motor Mach. Gun Sect.
Gunner James Murray R.F.A.
Private George Taylor Black Watch
Private Alexander Taylor Gordon Highlanders
Private Ben Taylor Black Watch
Private Andrew Todd Black Watch
Private David Winter Black Watch
Lance Corporal David Winter Royal Engineers

World War 2

Flight Lieutenant A.M. Cameron R.A.F.

The distance from Tigerton to Glasgow and Paisley is 106 miles

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