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CONAGLEN AND LOCHEILSIDE WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 - Detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Transcribed Les Horn 2005

The memorial is cut from White Marble stone.  Originally in the Chapel at Conaglen House [GB Grid Ref NN 026 690] now in Ardgour Parish Church [GB Grid Ref NN 010 641].

 FROM CONAGLEN AND LOCHEIL SIDE
  ALL THESE SERVED IN THE GREAT WAR
  1914 - 1918 
ROYAL NAVY
ARMY
H.M.S. ALSATIAN
ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND
LOVAT SCOUTS
  Lieut. Hon. RODERICK DOUGLAS   MAURICE BURREL   DONALD CAMERON
H.M.S. CALEFORNIA
  CHARLES CRAIG
NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS
MALCOLM BOYD
CAMERON HIGHLANDERS
  JOHN BEATON 
H.M.S. ZEDWHALE
ANGUS CAMERON
BANTAMS
Lieut. Hon. RONALD DOUGLAS   DONALD CAMERON   ROBERT PAYNE
H.M.M.L. 65
  JOHN DAVIDSON
LABOUR CORPS
  Lieut. Hon. WILLIAM DOUGLAS   DONALD KENNEDY   ROBERT CRAIGS
H.M.M.L. 228
  GEORGE SMITH 
R. A. S. C.
  Lieut. Hon. CHARLES DOUGLAS   JOHN McKINNON   ALISTER McINTYRE
H.M.Y. MAILSTA
R.A.M.C.
RODERICK McINTYRE
  H.C.W.~R.N. Earl of MORTON   GEORGE BOYD 
GORDON HIGHLANDERS
  Countess of MORTON   DAVID MURRAY   DAVID McMILLAN
  ALEXANDER BOYD
R.A.S.C.,  M.T.
LOVAT SCOUTS
  HUGH BEATON    ANGUS CAMPBELL   JOHN BEATON 
  DUNCAN CAMPBELL        JOHN MURRAY 
  WILLIAM HEWITT
MERCHANT SERVICE
  WILLIAM McDONALD
  WILLIAM HEWITT Junior   JOHN CAMPBELL ANGUS CAMERON
  JAMES LANDALLS        CHARLES CAMPBELL
            ALLAN McFARLANE
          JAMES GILMOUR
BOYD Malcolm

Motor Boatman MB/244, H.M. Motor Boat "California" (Motor Boat Reserve), Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Died 22nd December 1914. Aged 42. Son of the late Duncan Boyd and Ann Kennedy Boyd. Born at Blaich, Fort William. Buried in KIELAMHDOAN OLD CHURCHYARD, Argyllshire.

CAMERON Angus

Cameron Highlanders

CAMERON Angus

Lovat Scouts

DOUGLAS Ronald (Honourable)

Lieutenant H.M.S. Zedwhale - Not listed on CWGC

Note: HMS Zedwhale was and Admiralty Whaler, buit in 1915 by Smiths Dock Co., weighing 336 tons, 139.75 x 25 x 6.5 feet, with 1 12 pounder, 1 6 pounder and 1 3 pounder gun. She was coal driven and held a complement of 26. She was used for Anti-Submarine work, Experiments and Training. She was sold 1th February 1920.

GILMOUR James

Lovat Scouts - Not listed on CWGC

McINTYRE Roderick

Royal Army Service Corps

Last updated 14 May, 2009

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