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jamiemcginlay



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2007 8:33 pm    Post subject: KETTLE Reply with quote

Kingskettle - Fife
The Kingskettle war memorial is a small roadside shrine built of freestone with relief carvings and with the dedication and names of the fallen on white marble panels set into the face. The monument is set into the wall of the kirk on Ladybank Road.




WWI ROLL OF HONOUR:
Bennie D.
Bishop J.H.
Boyle J.S.
Cargill A.
Crerar J.
Dalgleish W.
Drummond J.K.
Duff C.
Duff H.
Duncan W.
Gibson D.
Gibson W.
Graham D.
Hawkins T.B.
Jackson D.N.
Johnston R.
Kerr W.
Lamb T.C.
Latto J.
Lawrie J.
Mayne A.
Millar J.
Milne J.
Morrison F.
Munro C.M.
Nairn A.
Nicoll G.R.
Nicoll J.G.
Ogilvie J.
Robertson J.
Ross G.
Somers G.
Turner R.
Turner W.
White R.
Wilkie R.



WWII ROLL OF HONOUR:
Balsillie G.
Boath R.J.
Clazy R.S.
Dawson G.R.
Jamieson T.E.
Prentice P. McL.
Turner J.M.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 07, 2013 3:06 pm    Post subject: Unveiling report Reply with quote

Unveiled on Saturday 3rd of April 1920.

(Glasgow Herald 5th April 1920)
"A monumental memorial erected outside the public hall to the memory of the 56 men of the parish of Kettle who fell in the war was unveiled on Saturday afternoon by Major Lawson of Annfield. A mall marble tablet, the gift of the ex-service men, placed beneath the memorial, was unveiled by Lieut. J. Fraser M.C. Black Watch. Mr David Beveridge, The Poplars, presided, and the ceremony was taken part in by the Rev. A.E. Gordon, Parish Church, the Rev. J. Gilmour, Kettle U.F. Church, and the Rev. W.L. Craig, Cults U.F. Church. A bugler sounded the last post."

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 06, 2016 7:39 am    Post subject: James Graham Nicoll Reply with quote

James Graham Nicoll Lance Corporal TR/1/31125 Gordon Highlanders b Kettle, Fifeshire Age 18 Died Fifeshire, United Kingdom 17/11/1918 Son of David and Elspeth Nicoll, of Bankton Park, Kingskettle. 1901 Census: Bankton Park. Fa Occ: Joiner. Soldiers Effects: Fa: David. Kettle Cemetery X. 19. Middle.
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