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- RED LEATHER BOUND ELABORATELY ILLUMINATED BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE WITH TITLE TOOLED IN GOLD LETTERING ON THE COVER. BOOK PLACED WITHIN A CARVED WOODEN BOX. BOOK CONTAINS KING GEORGE V'S ADDRESS TO THE NATION AND LORD KITCHENER'S SALUTE TO THE FALLEN. IN THE PAGES AFTER THE NAMES ARE PHOTOGRAPHS, LETTERS TO FAMILIES, POSTCARDS AND DIARY ENTRIES WHICH TELL OF THE DAY TO DAY EXPERIENCES OF ARISAIG'S WAR EFFORT. A facsimile copy of this book is on view in The Land Sea & Islands Centre and a copy of it can be bought on CD-ROM.
- THE ARISAIG AND SOUTH MORAR RECORD OF WAR SERVICE 1914 - 1919 This Record / has been collected and arranged / by / H. M. Nicholson Then has a Roll of Honour "Killed in Action or Died on Service. / for Service and Sacrifice: / Had they heard a great voice from heaven saying / Come up hither." / (names) One page of those killed then four pages of those who returned (including women war workers.
- Inscription legible?
- Names on memorial
- Bailey, Stephen
Campbell, C. Fox
See details for all 23 names
- First World War (1914-1918)
Total names on memorial: 125
Served and returned: 102
Exact count: yes
Information shown: Regimental number (not all), surname, rank, forename, regiment
Order of information: surname
- First World War (1914-1918)
Materials: Wood - Mahogany
- 2000: BOOK WAS REDISCOVERED WHEN THE VILLAGE HALL WAS RESTORED. THE ORIGINAL KEY FOR THE LOCK ON THE BOX WAS LOST BUT A NEW ONE WAS CREATED BY FILING DOWN ANOTHER OLD KEY.
- Trust fund/Scholarship
Purpose: Unknown or N/A
Details: The BOOK WAS COMMISSIONED BY SIR ARTHUR AND LADY GERTRUDE NICHOLSON WHO LOST BOTH THEIR SONS, ARTHUR AND WILLIAM, IN THE WAR.
- The Scotsman 22 DEC 2000
- CD-ROM copy of ARISAIG AND SOUTH MORAR RECORD OF SERVICE 1914 - 1919
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