Castle Douglas War Memorial
WM name reference IWM8549
On roundabout at junction A713 King Street and A745 Oakwell Road Castle Douglas Stewartry Dumfries And Galloway DG7 1JY
Elaborate octagonal column market cross containing town coat of arms (Heart and Crown) on square plinth bearing bronze name tablets. The whole set on octagonal four stepped base. There is a dedication plaque, 2 separate plaques for the WW1 names (with a third small, plaque below for 2 extra names), a different plaque for the WW2 names, and a 6th plaque for the Malayan Emergency casualty Burgh arms on top
World War 2
Plaque 1-1914 1919/THEIR NAME/LIVETH/FOR/EVERMORE Plaques 2-4: [names] Plaque 5: 1939 1945/THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE/[names] Plaque 6-MALAYA 1950/BY ENEMY ACTION/[name]
|Surname||First Name||Date of Death||Name of Memorial(s)|
|Clark||Thomas||9-2-1944||Castle Douglas War Memorial||View|
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