Category Archives: U.K. Churches, Memorials & Cemeteries – Back in Blighty

Ore War Memorial

One hundred and forty three names, to save you counting, including eight late additions at the bottom. Oops!

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Strathdearn War Memorial

Well, I have dragged it out as long as I can, but this is the final memorial from my pre-Covid Scottish trip. And an unusual style of memorial it is, too. There are thirty names on the Great War Roll … Continue reading

Posted in Highlands, Scotland, U.K. Churches, Memorials & Cemeteries - Back in Blighty | 6 Comments

Betchworth – St. Michael’s Churchyard, War Memorial & War Memorial Hall

Another locked church, I’m afraid,… …but the war memorial makes our visit worthwhile. The panels of the memorial list twenty nine men killed in the Great War, with the names of eight Second World War casualties on the angled base … Continue reading

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Wartling – St. Mary Magdalene Church

Posted in Sussex East, U.K. Churches, Memorials & Cemeteries - Back in Blighty | 8 Comments

Dulnain Bridge War Memorial

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Biscovey – St. Mary’s Church & Churchyard

Above & below: A man of the Seaforth Highlanders, the most northern of all the British regiments, remembered in a churchyard in Cornwall, the most southerly of all the counties. Private Harold George Louth, Seaforths, died on 9th May 1915 … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Waverley Station – North British Railway Company Roll of Honour

From Highlands to Lowlands, and yep, those are platforms, and this is a terminus, and if you look to the left,… …you will see a Roll of Honour,… …with far too many names listed on it, and, before I forget, … Continue reading

Posted in Lowlands, Scotland, U.K. Churches, Memorials & Cemeteries - Back in Blighty | 2 Comments