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Memorial details

Memorial type
Board / Plaque / Tablet
First World War (1914-1918)
  • Unveiled
    Date: 12 November 1921
Not lost
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Current location
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  • Dunfermline Lodge
    Carnegie Street

    OS Grid Ref: NO 090 870
    Denomination: Undefined
Bronze plaque surmounting a marble backboard. The names of the fallen are listed in four columns. The emblems of the order surmount the backboard and there are crossed shepherds crooks either side of the memorial. It covers the lodges at Dunfermline, Cowdenbeath, Kelty, Lochgelly, Strathmiglo, Cardenden, Crossgates, Inverkeithing, Lochore, Lassodie, Burntisland, Saline, Culross, Oakley, Cairneyhill and Kinglassie.
Inscription legible?
Names on memorial
Allan, Alexander
Anderson, Andrew
Anderson, James
Archer, David
Arnott, Robert
Baptie, Henry
Boyd, John
Boyd, William
Brown, Frederick
Brown, Peter
See details for all 144 names
  • First World War (1914-1918)
    Total names on memorial: 144
    Served and returned: 0
    Died: 144
    Exact count: yes
    Information shown: surname, forenames, lodge
    Order of information: lodge
  • Plaque
    Measurements: Undefined
    Materials: Bronze
  • Backboard
    Measurements: Undefined
    Materials: Marble
Trust fund/Scholarship
Purpose: Unknown or N/A
  • Dunfermline Press 19 November 1921
  • For a transcription of the names list from the Dunfermline This transcription is: Dunfermline Lodge William Fowler Thomas Stenhouse John Nicol Hugh Nelson David B. Punler John Clunie David Punler William Clunie William Forsyth John Winton John Thomson David Marshall Alexander Allan James Wishart Robert Arnott Matthew Donaldson William Haxton James Robertson Peter Wilkie Archibald Smart Richard Selkirk David Philp George Haldane Henderson Nellies Robert Gibso Walter Winton Archibald Penman James Cummings William Watters Robert Woodrow James Wilson Robert Munro John Downie Peter Robertson Cowdenbeath Lodge William Wilkie William Watson Martin M'Minn William Sneddon George Campbell Peter Sneddon John Wright Andrew Watt Charles Scott James Porter Adam Spence Thomas Sneddon John Hunter, jun. Kelty Lodge James Watson John Pitcairn William Morgan James Dewar William Boyd James Anderson James Stratton James Fotheringham John Whyte Hugh Todd James M'Conville William Hutton Thomas Hoggan William Hughes John Sneddon John M'Laren Robert King Alexander Jack John Redmon Ebenezer Fernie William Whyte John Boyd George Sneddon James Robertson Samuel Harper John Hynd William Johnstone Patrick Duffy Robert Spittal Lochgelly Lodge Thomas Lees James Haldane Andrew Wallace Andrew Clark Robert Little Andrew Neilson, jun. James Thomson James Smith Henry Baptie Joseph Thomson Alexander Haldane Alexander Smith Frederick Hutt Strathmiglo Lodge William M'Naughton James Reid Frederick Brown Stewart Robertson Thomas Lister David Archer Robert Hunter Cardenden Lodge Alexander Marshall Peter Goodall Henry Cook David Edwards James Henderson Crossgates Lodge James Chalmers James Wright Alexander Herdman William Muir Robert Gilmore David Pringle William Summers Thomas Walker Peter Brown Inverkeithing Lodge William Waterson Lochore Lodge Thomas Carr James Clark Stephern Cunningham Charles Rundley Charles Martin Lassodie Lodge Robert Mill William Sharp David Taylor Alexander Burnett Walter Wallace John Williamson James Wilson Burntisland Lodge Alexander White George Douglas William Smith John Paton John Kininmonth John Rodger John Graham James Ewings Saline Lodge George Kean George Grant Culross Lodge Andrew Anderson Robert Donaldson Robert Muircroft Francis Weir Oakley Lodge Robert Hogg Lindsay Hamilton James Hogg Alexander M'Neil Cairneyhill Lodge William Ramsay James Cook Kinglassie Lodge David Paton
  • Dunfermline Journal 19 November 1921
  • Fife Free Press 19 November 1921

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