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Memorial details

Memorial type
Board / Plaque / Tablet
District
Angus
Town
Tannadice
County
Tayside
Country
Scotland
Commemoration
First World War (1914-1918), Second World War (1939-1945)
Ceremony
  • Unveiled
    Date: 22 August 1920
    Attended by: Major General Sinclair MacLagan of Glenquiech
Lost
Not lost
WM Reference
86099
Current location

In the Churchyard
Parish Church
Tannadice
Angus
Tayside
DD8 3TA
Scotland

OS Grid Ref: NO 47544 58065
Denomination: Church of Scotland

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Description
A tripartite structure, the central stone surmounted by a cross on which is a relief carving of a sword and winged wreath. Inscriptions and record of names of those lost in both world wars cover the face of each of the three pillars. The memorial is unusual in the amount of information shown for each individual, describing rank, regiment, place and date of death and age.
Inscription
Left Hand Stone- [names to date of death 19 May 1917] Central Stone- 1914-1919/1939-1945/MEN LOVING LIFE BUT NOT AFRAID TO DIE/THEY ARE AT PEACE WHO GAVE US PEACE/[WW2 names] Right Hand Stone- [names from date of death 15 August 1917]
Inscription legible?
yes
Names on memorial
Adam, David N
Anderson, Charles
Anton, David
Beedie, Charles P
Beedie, Joseph C
Begg, Alexander
Begg, George
Christie, George
Clark, John P
Crichton, William R
See details for all 28 names
Commemorations
  • First World War (1914-1918)
    Total names on memorial: 22
    Served and returned: 0
    Died: 22
    Exact count: yes
    Information shown: surname, forenames, rank, regiment, place of death, date of death, age
    Order of information: date of death
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
    Total names on memorial: 6
    Served and returned: 0
    Died: 6
    Exact count: yes
    Information shown: surname, forenames, rank, service
    Order of information: surname
Components
  • Memorial
    Measurements: Undefined
    Materials: Granite - Rubislaw
Condition
Trust fund/Scholarship
No
Purpose: Unknown or N/A
Reference
  • warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/viewtopic.php?t=1408&mforum=warmemscot Full names list transcript- WWI ROLL OF HONOUR: MITCHELL CHARLES C. ROYAL NAVY GUNNER H.M.S. MONMOUTH, DIED BATTLE OF CORONEL, 1ST NOVEMBER 1914, AGED 36 BEGG GEORGE SCOTS GUARDS PRIVATE 1ST SCOTS GUARDS, DIED LA BASSEE, 25TH JANUARY 1915, AGED 24 BEGG ALEXANDER BLACK WATCH PRIVATE 4/5 BLACK WATCH, DIED SOMME, 29TH SEPTEMBER 1916, AGED 22 MURRAY ARTHUR SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS PRIVATE DIED RICKET, MESOPOTAMIA, 5TH NOVEMBER 1917, AGED 19 BEEDIE JOSEPH C. EAST KENT BUFFS PRIVATE 1ST EAST KENT BUFFS, DIED FRANCE, 17TH MARCH 1917, AGED 34 BEEDIE CHARLES P. BEDFORDS PRIVATE 7TH BEDFORDS, DIED FRANCE, 13TH AUGUST 1917, AGED 37 HEBENTON GEORGE BLACK WATCH PRIVATE 8TH BLACK WATCH, DIED DELVILLE WOOD, 15TH JULY 1916, AGED 21 STURROCK GEORGE BLACK WATCH LANCE CORPORAL 8TH BLACK WATCH, DIED SOMME, 19TH OCTOBER 1916, AGED 20 CHRISTIE GEORGE CANADIANS PRIVATE 103RD CANADIAN INFANTRY, DIED VIMY RIDGE, 9TH APRIL 1917, AGED 42 CLARK JOHN P. SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS SERGEANT 3RD SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS, DIED ARRAS, 1ST MAY 1917, AGED 26 HOSIE ALEXANDER BLACK WATCH PRIVATE 1/7 BLACK WATCH, DIED AUBIGNY, 19TH MAY 1917, AGED 20 HOSIE WILLIAM BLACK WATCH PRIVATE 1/6TH BLACK WATCH, DIED THIANT, 24TH OCTOBER 1918, AGED 20 MCGARRY E.G. ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY GUNNER DIED YPRES, 15TH AUGUST 1917, AGED 29 LINDSAY WILLIAM BLACK WATCH LANCE CORPORAL 4/5 BLACK WATCH, DIED VILLEMONTUIRE SOISSONS, 1ST AUGUST 1918, AGED 31 CRICHTON WILLIAM R. BLACK WATCH PRIVATE 8TH BLACK WATCH, DIED ZONNEBEKE YPRES, 28TH SEPTEMBER 1917, AGED 19 ANDERSON CHARLES ROYAL SCOTS PRIVATE 2ND ROYAL SCOTS, DIED PERNES, 16TH APRIL 1918, AGED 24 WHITE CHARLES ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS CORPORAL DIED SUGAR LOAF HILL, SALONIKA, 19TH SEPTEMBER 1918, AGED 21 DUTHIE ROBERT BLACK WATCH SERGEANT DIED AUCHY, 6TH SEPTEMBER 1918, AGED 24 WINTER JAMES ROYAL FLYING CORPS SECOND LIEUTENANT 70 SQUADRON, DIED POPERINCHE, 28TH FEBRUARY 1918, AGED 19 STIRTON JOHN BLACK WATCH PRIVATE 1/7 BLACK WATCH, DIED MORGHY CAMBRAI, 21ST MARCH 1918, AGED 30 FLEMING ADAM ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY GUNNER DIED FRANCE, 21ST MARCH 1918, AGED 38 ADAM DAVID N. NEW ZEALANDERS PRIVATE 2ND CANTERBURY INFANTRY, NEW ZEALAND EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, DIED MAILLY-MAILLET, 5TH APRIL 1918, AGED 35 WWII ROLL OF HONOUR: ANTON DAVID BLACK WATCH PRIVATE 3RD BN. BLACK WATCH MCMURRAY JOHN ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS DRIVER MCNIVEN GEORGE A. ROYAL NAVY L AN FLEET AIR ARM ROBERTSON FRANK H. ROYAL AIR FORCE ACI R.A.F. V.R. SPALDING DAVID BLACK WATCH CORPORAL 5TH BN. BLACK WATCH STOURTON THELSTANE G.E. GURKHA RIFLES CAPTAIN 3/7TH GURKHA RIFLES

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