Tullibody War memorial
WM name reference IWM44720
Path through lych gate in School Road between Lychgate Road and Abercromby Primary School. Samson's Button School Road. Tullibody Clackmannan Central FK10 2RQ
RECTANGULAR PILLAR RISING FROM AN IRREGULAR BOULDER IN THE CENTRE OF A SMALL POND. RAISED CROSS OCCUPIES FRONT FACE OF PILLAR. The two tablets with names were added in July 2018 by the Tullibody History Group, replacing an original WW1 plaque, thought to have been stolen. There was no original WW2 Plaque. The Lych gate used to have two panels with the names of 158 who served- these are understood to be in the Parish Hall
World War 1
Oval plaque: 1921 / TO THE MEMORY OF / THE TWENTY SEVEN MEN WHO GAVE THEIR /LIVES FOR US IN / THE GREAT WAR 1914-1919 / THIS MEMORIAL WAS RAISED BY THEIR / RELATIVES AND FRIENDS IN / TULLIBODY, CAMBUS AND DISTRICT Main names tablets: THEIR NAMES LIVETH FOREVER / 1914-1918 / (WW1 names) / 1939-1945 / (WW2 names)
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