St. David’s RC Church, Dalkeith
WM name reference WMO/135137
St David's Roman Catholic Church Eskbank Road Dalkeith EH22 3BQ
The war memorial at the Catholic church of St David’s on Eskbank Road in the Midlothian town of Dalkeith takes the form of a calvary. A wooden crucifix stands on a stone plinth with a wooden canopy. The Christ figure is made of fibreglass and painted. At the base of the cross are three tablets laid on a gravelled base, surrounded by a stone kerb. The two outer tablets are longer and inscribed with names of the fallen. The dedication is on the smaller central tablet
World War 1
|Surname||First Name||Campaign||Date of Death||Name of Memorial(s)|
|Farrell||James||World War 1||24-10-1914||St. David's RC Church, Dalkeith||View|
|Malarkie||John||World War 1||16-11-1914||St. David's RC Church, Dalkeith||View|
|Mulvey||Thomas||World War 1||8-2-1917||St. David's RC Church, Dalkeith||View|
|McGhee||James||World War 1||6-12-1914||St. David's RC Church, Dalkeith||View|
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