To the Glory of God and in Proud & Loving memory of the men of this parish who fell in the Great War 1914-1918
Their Name Liveth for Evermore

WW1 Names

Pte. Garrett Allison R. Scots
Pte. John Archibald R.S.F.
Pte. Robt. Archibald R.S.F.
Pte. Chas. Baird R.S.F.
Sapper Geo. Baird R.E.
Pte. Jos. Barnard R.S.F.
Pte. Robt. Barrie Ennis. Fus.
Lieut. Thos. Bell R.S.F.
Pte. Wm. Black Canadians
Pte. Rich. Boland R.S.F.
Sapper A. Bone Canadians
Cpl. John Bone H.L.I.
Sergt. Jos. Bone R.S.F.
Pte. Thos. Bone R.S.F.
Pte. Jas. W. Boyes M.G.C.
Pte. Hugh Cairney R.S.F.
Gunner Geo. Caldow R.F.A.
Pte. Robt. Campbell B’ck. W’ch.
Pte. Thos. N. Campbell R.S.F.
Cpl. And. Carnduff H.L.I.
Sergt. John Clement A&SH
Pte. John Close H.L.I.
Pte. Hugh Collow R.S.F.
Pte. John Colville Canadians
Pte. John Cranston R.S.F.
Pte. John Devlin Irish Fus.
Cpl. Thos. Dunsmore R.S.F.
Pte. Wm. N. Easton Scots Grds.
Pte. Dan. Ferguson Loch. Camrs.
Pte. Harry Ferguson Loch. Camrs.
Piper Jas. Findlay R.S.F.
Gunner Robt. Findlay R.F.A.
Pte. Hugh Gibney Seaf. Highrs.
Pte. Alex. C. Girdwood R.S.F.
Pte. Robt. Gordon R.A.M.C.
Gunner Hugh Greenwood R.F.A.
Pte. Jas. Hamilton Camr. Highrs.
Gunner Thos. Henderson R.F.A.
Pte. Wm. Hendry R.S.F.
Sergt. David R. Hodge K.Lpl. Reg.
Pte. Jas. Hogg R.S.F.
Capt. Thos. C. Houston R.A.M.C.
Sergt. John Hume R.S.F.
Cpl. Don. Johnstone R.A.M.C.
Pte. Jas. Ker Glas. Highrs.
Pte. Thos. Kerr M.G.C.
Pte. Wm. Kirkwood R.S.F.
Pte. Peter F. Laidlaw M.G.C.
Pte. John Y. Laing B’ck W’ch
Cpl. Jas. Lawson Scott. Hdrs.
Pte. Simon Lindsay Lpl. Scott.
Pte. Frank Marshall S. Grds.
Pte. Wm. Marshall R. Scots
Gunner Wm. Mathieson R.F.A.
Pte. David Millar B’ck W’ch
Cpl. Walter W. Millar R.H.A.
Pte. And. Mitchell Ayr. Yeo.
Pte. John Murphy R.S.F.
Pte. Thos. Murray Seaf. Highrs.
Pte. Wm. McBride R.S.F.
Pte. Chas. McClure H.L.I.
Lt. Arch. McDonald King’s Afr.R.
Sergt. Jas. McDonald R.S.F.
Pte. D. McGowan R.A.M.C.
Pte. David McIntosh B’ck W’ch
Pte. Wm. McIntyre M.G.C.
Pte. Hugh McKay A&SH
Pte. John McKay R.S.F.
L.Cpl. John McMillan R.S.F.
Pte. John McMorran R. Scots
Rfm. Jas. C. Noble R. Irish Rs.
Pte. Hugh Park Seaf. Highrs.
Lt. Walter J. Paterson Cam. Highrs.
Capt. Wm. S. Pirie, D.C.M. R.S.F.
Pte. Walter Reid Seaf. Highrs.
Pte. John Samson R. Scots
L.Cpl. Thos. Shaw Cam. Highrs.
Pte. Arch. Sloan R. Scots
Pte. Peter Smith H.L.I.
Sergt. W. Sowden R.S.F.
Pte. John Taylor Loch. Camrs.
Stkr. Jas. Thomson HMS Terrible
Pte. Wm. Torbett R. Scots
Pte. David D. Weir Canadians
L.Cpl. David H. Weir R.S.F.
Pte. Frank White R.S.F.
Pte. Jas. Wood R.S.F.
Gunner Chas. Young R.F.A.
Pte. Daniel B.T. Young Scott. Rfls.

WW2 Names

Nurse Jessie Hunter
L/Sgt. Thomas Blane Blck. Wch.
Fus. George Chapman R.S.F.
James Dodds M.N.
Tpr. John England Recce. Rgt.
L/Cpl. George Ferguson R.E.
Pte. James Ferguson Blck. Wch.
Lt. David Forrester Scot. Rf.
F/O William Girdwood RAF
LAC William Hamilton RAF
John Hogg M.N.
L/Cpl. Robert Jack P.C.
Cpl. James Loggie R. Scots
F/O Thomas McCall RAF
P/O James McCartney RAF
L/Cpl. John McCrorie R.S.F.
Cpl. George McDade R.S.F.
Pte. William McLay Blck. Wch.
Sgt. Andrew McSkimming RAF
L/Cpl. James Millar Cam. Hrs.
Sgt. Andrew Stephen RAF
Pte. William Templeton R.A.O.C.
C.P/O Henry Wardrop R.N.
P/O William Wardrop RAF
LAC Fred Wilson RAF

from Haslingfield, Cambridgeshire, Roll of Honour
Joseph William Barnard
Private 11344, 6th Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers who was killed in action on Sunday, 26th September 1915 in France & Flanders. Age 20. Born and resident Haslingfield, enlisted Muirkirk, Ayrshire. Son of Josiah and Rebecca Barnard, of The Knap Farm, Haslingfield, Cambridge. Commemorated on LOOS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France.

from Broughton, Peebleshire, War Memorial
David Marshall Forrester
Captain 132465, Cameronians (Scottish Rfiles) seconded to 8th Battalion, 6th Rajputana Rifles. Died 16th March 1944. No known grave. Son of James and Janet Forrester, of Muirkirk, Ayrshire. Commemorated on RANGOON MEMORIAL, Myanmar (Burma).

from Broughton, Peebleshire, War Memorial
John McMorran
Pte, R S (probably) John MCMORRAN, Private 24774, 17th Battalion, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). Died of wounds 19th October 1917. Aged 31. Born Liberton, Midlothian, enlisted Biggar, Lanarkshire, resident Falkirkm Strilingshire. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John McMorran, of Lintons Buildings, Biggar, Lanarkshire; husband of Susanna Morrison Towle (formerly McMorran), of Smallburn, Muirkirk, Ayrshire. Awarded the MSM. No known grave. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.