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PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2006 11:40 am    Post subject: ST. MARTINS Reply with quote

Standing in the hamlet of St. Martins which is situated between the A93 (just south of Guildtown) and A94.
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Unveiled by Lady Moncreiffe of Moncreiffe - April 1921
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2007 6:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Barbara Young is not commemorated by either the CWGC or SNWM.
I believe she is;
BARBARA SOMERVILLE YOUNG who died 19th January 1941 at Carolina Place, Wolfhill, Parish of St. Martins from Tubercular Peritonitis (1 Year).
She was 24 years of age, single and described as a Box-Maker.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2007 2:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

PERTHSHIRE ADVERTISER: 20.04.1921

ST. MARTINS WAR MEMORIAL
IMPRESSIVE UNVEILING CEREMONY


The St. Martins Parish War Memorial, which takes the form of a beautiful Celtic Cross, erected on the public road between the villages of Balbeggie and Guildtown, was unveiled on Saturday afternoon, in presence of a large gathering, by Lady Moncreiffe, in the unavoidable absence of Colonel Sir Robert D. Moncreiffe.

Mr John M. Matthew, of Auchmague, Chairman of the Committee, presided, and introduced Lady Moncreiffe, who, after having unveiled the memorial, spoke of the loyalty of the parish, and paid a tribute to the memory of the fallen.

The service was of a most impressive character. The devotional part was conducted by the Rev. A. J. Scott, the parish minister; Rev. A. P. Fletcher, Cargill and Rev. John MacPherson, Balbeggie. A lament was played by Piper Melrose, Black Watch Depot. A large number of beautiful wreaths were placed at the foot of the cross.

The memorial, which was prepared by Mr Beveridge, Perth is placed on a base of local stone, and bears the following names:- LIEUT. FRED CAMERON, A. & S. H.; SERGT. JAMES L. OWER, B.W.; LCE-CPL. JOHN W. BANE, B.W.; LCE-CPL. JAMES WATSON, SEAFORTHS; PTE. ALEX. FRASER, B.W.; PTE. WALTER RATTRAY, B.W.; PTE. ARCHD. M’DONALD, B.W.; PTE. ALEX. PHILIP, B.W.; PTE. GEO. PHILIP, ROYAL SCOTS; PTE. JOHN CAMPBELL, CANADIAN M.G.C.; PTE, ROBERT M’MANUS, WEST RIDING REGIMENT; SERGT. WM. SMITH, B.W.; SIGLR. DRUMMOND LAMOND, ROYAL SCOTS; PTE. GEORGE BEEDIE, GORDONS AND DVR. JOHN BREWSTER, ROYAL ENGINEERS.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WW2

Sgt. James Campbell, Home Guard
Flt/Sgt. Douglas J.M. Dunn, R.A.F.
P/Off. Wm. J. Henderson, R.A.F.
Sgt. Thomas F. Stewart, R.A.F.
Gnr, Walter Taylor, R.A.
Pte. Barbara Young, A.T.S.
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George Beedie Pte S/41167 6th Gordon Highlanders b Lochee, Forfarshire e Perth Age 19 Killed in Action F&F 01/08/1917 Son of George and Mary Beedie, of Mont Rose, Balbeggie, Perth. Service Returns: 118/AF 370. Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres M. R. 29 Panel 38 The Scotsman 29-10-17 P8: Missing: Balbeggie.
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