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New Luce War Memorial

We gratefully dedicate these transcriptions of some of Wigtownshire's War Memorials to the county's men and women who died in the service of their country. This transcription was made available through the time and efforts of Diana Henry.



New Luce War Memorial

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THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE
1914 - 1918
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF THE MEN CONNECTED WITH THIS PARISH WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR.
JAMES HEWITSON      1/8TH A. & S. HIGHS.     KILLED 17TH MARCH 1917
JAMES KEATING      15TH H.L.I.     KILLED 7TH MAY 1916
W.J. McLEAN      ROYAL ENGINEERS     KILLED 19TH NOVEMBER 1917
ROBERT McMEEKING     R.F.A.     KILLED 12TH JUNE 1917
WILLIAM McMEEKING      2ND H.L.I.     KILLED 28TH APRIL 1917
ROBERT McWHIRTER      7TH CAMERON HIGHS     KILLED 25TH SEPTEMBER 1915
THOMAS MILROY      49TH CANADIANS     KILLED 30TH OCTOBER 1917
JOHN MURRAY      1ST BLACK WATCH     KILLED 25TH SEPTEMBER 1916
THOMAS NISH      ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS     DIED 26TH JANUARY 1917
The War Memorial stands at the gates of the Church in New Luce village.
Our thanks to Diana Henry for this transcription


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