Stoneyburn War Memorial
WM name reference IWM53722
Intersection of Main Street with Park View and Cuthill Crescent Main Street Stoneyburn West Lothian Lothian EH47 8BB
Stone obelisk in three main sections with tapering top. The names of WW1 dead are inscribed on the front face below a laurel wreath inscribed with the dates 1914-1918. The names of WW2 dead are inscribed on the side faces. There is a commemoration inscribed on the (front) top section with a further short inscription on the base. The obelisk is approached by a set of steps, flanked by a stone wall and is set within a small landscaped area surrounded by a low natural stone wall.
World War 2
Front Face: IN PROUD/ MEMORY OF/THE MEN/ OF THIS/ VILLAGE/ WHO LAID/ DOWN THEIR/ LIVES IN THE / GREAT WAR / 1914-1918/ (Names...)/ WE DIED FOR YOU Side Faces: WAR/1939-1945/ (Names...)
|Surname||First Name||Campaign||Date of Death||Name of Memorial(s)|
|Harvey||John||World War 2||30-7-1944||Stoneyburn War Memorial||View|
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