Symington War Memorial
WM name reference IWM78919
Brewlands Road Symington Kilmarnock And Loudoun Strathclyde KA1 5QX Scotland
Pink polished granite pillar with four rough-hewn bands surmounted by an orb, set on a square plinth and square base, the whole mounted on three rough-hewn steps, 6 steps up from road level. There are two villages called Symington, this one in South Ayrshire and another in South Lanarkshire (WMR #54287)
World War 1
6 o'clock face-IN MEMORY OF / THE MEN OF THIS PARISH / WHO LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES / IN THE GREAT WAR / 1914-1919 Side Faces- [WW1 names] 12 o'clock face-IN MEMORY OF/THE MEN OF THIS PARISH/WHO LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES/IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR/1939-1945/[names]
|Surname||First Name||Date of Death||Name of Memorial(s)|
|Gibson||John||13-3-1915||Symington War Memorial||View|
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