Maxwelltown And Troqueer
WM name reference 5862
Junction of Rochelles Road and New Abbey Road, New Abbey Road, Maxwelltown, Nithsdale, Dumfries And Galloway, DG2 7LZ
Soldier standing on granite plinth (which surmounts a 4 stage granite base)-the bottom 2 stages are circular) in field dress and Tam o'Shanter with outflung arms Coats of Arms; Maxwelltown, King's Own Scottish Borderers Regiment, Thistle wreath and Crowned Lion Rampant
PRO PATRIA/ IN/ MEMORY OF THE MEN/ OF THE/ BURGH OF MAXWELLTOWN/ AND THE/ PARISH OF TROQUEER/ WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR/ 1914 - 1919 '' THEIR NAMES LIVITH FOR EVERMORE'' 3 O' Clock face BURGH OF MAXWELLTOWN (names) 12 O'Clock face (names) 9 O'Clock face TROQUEER LANDWARD (names)
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