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The Newport, Wormit & Forgan Archive

Names Recorded on War Memorials

In Newport's Churches

St Fillan's United Free Church:

Capt. S L Watson, 4th Black Watch R H, fell at Loos 25 September 1915
Lt. Frederick Watson, 43rd Canadian Highlanders, fell at Ypres 10 June 1916
L. Cpl. J Sydney Scott, 28 Canadian Infantry, fell near Ypres 31 January 1916
James Chalmers, 11 Btn 3rd Australian E F, died 25 May 1915
L. Cpl. Gavin A Wilson, 1st Btn London Scottish, died of wounds near Bullecourt 31 August 1918
Gunner Herbert Storrier, R G A, fell near Albert 8 February 1917
C S M William Taylor Ross, 4th Black Watch, fell at St Julian 31 July 1917
Sgt. John Wood Haggart, 6th Camerons, died 12 12 February 1919
Pte. Thomas T Leitch, Overseas Batt. Canadian E F
P.O. Robert Paul, Hawke Batt., wounded 21 November 1915 died at sea on the 'Glamorgan Castle' 9 December 1915
2nd Lieut. Harold H Smith, 4th Black Watch, fell near St Quenten 18 September 1918
Robert Haggart, 1st Canadian E F, died 8 November 1918

 

Newport Parish Church:

To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of the Members & Adherents of this Church who gave their lives in the Great War 1914 - 1918
Peter Black
Ernest William Fairweather
Robert Ernest Ferrier
Robert John Gould
Harry Charles Grant
George Taylor Hastie
Henry Love
James McLaren
Alex. James Bolton Milne
George Sidney Ness
Andrew Black Robertson
William Morrison Robertson
James Gibson Swinton
Charles Young
Erected by the Congregation and the Children of the Sunday School

Photo and information at The Scottish Military Research Group - Commemorations Project - Newport Parish Church

 

Trinity U F Church:

This memorial is now in Newport Parish Church.

1914 - 1919
John Millar Allison, 1st Gordon Highlanders
James Minty, 4th Cameron Highlanders
George William Paisley, 4th Black Watch
Boer War, 1901
Alexander Fairweather, Scottish Horse, died of wounds
1939 - 1945
William R Allison
G Frank Brotchie
Ian N Latto

Photo and information at The Scottish Military Research Group - Commemorations Project - Newport Trinity U F Church

 

St Mary's Episcopal Church, Newport:

Charles Douglas Mitchell, Lieut. Highld. Lt. Inf., died of wounds Doullens, France, 26 March 1918

Photo and information at The Scottish Military Research Group - Commemorations Project - St Mary's Episcopal Church

 

 

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