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TOPIC: DUNBLANE - War Memorial and Memorial Bridge

DUNBLANE - War Memorial and Memorial Bridge 10 Jun 2018 20:19 #1

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Dunblane War Memorial and Memorial Footbridge
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War Memorial NN 78036 01403
Memorial Footbridge NN 78070 01406
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The original War Memorial was opposite St Mary's Church (Canmore ID 226286), at the junction of Perth Road and Glen Road. It was unveiled on 21st October 1921.`
A plaque with the names from WWII was added in 1948 and dedicated on 6th November 1948.
In 1958, the memorial had to be moved because of road improvements. It was moved to the new site at The Haugh (after cleaning) in time for Remembrance Day in November 1959.
A footbridge was built across the Allan Water in 1967, it was dedicated to the men and women of Dunblane who had fallen in WII and opened on 2nd July 1967. There was a plaque on the bridge listing the names.
The bridge had to be replaced in October 2007, the new bridge was built by 2 Troop, 53 Squadron (Air Support) 39 Engineer Regiment. Ir was opened and dedicated as a War Memorial on 11th November 2007.
There are 98 names from WWI (96 men and 2 women) and 32 names from WWII (all men). There are 6 names from WWI not listed and 4 names from WWII (including 2 women).
Information from information board by bridge.
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Dunblane Memorial Footbridge
was constructed by
2 Troop, 53 Field Squadron (Air Support),
39 Engineer Regiment during
Exercise SECOND EAGLE, October 2007
IN CO-OPERATION WITH STIRLING COUNCIL
AND DUNBLANE DEVELOPMENT TRUST

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THE BRIDGE WAS OPENED BY A VETERAN OF WWII
ON REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 11 NOVEMBER 2007
AND DEDICATED AS A WAR MEMORIAL
BY
REV. ALEX B MITCHELL B.D.
CHAIR OF DUNBLANE COUNCIL OF CHURCHES
TO THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PREVIOUS BRIDGE ON THIS SITE

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IN MEMORY OF
THOSE OF THIS PARISH WHO FELL
IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918

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IN PROUD REMEMBRANCE OF
THOSE WHO FELL
IN THE WORLD WAR 1939 - 1945

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Dunblane, The Haugh, Memorial Bridge, War Memorial
War Memorial (Period Unassigned)
Site Name Dunblane, The Haugh, Memorial Bridge, War Memorial
Classification War Memorial (Period Unassigned)
Alternative Name(s) Allan Water Bridge
Canmore ID 339069
Site Number NN70SE 210
NGR NN 78070 01406
Datum OSGB36 - NGR
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DUNBLANE - War Memorial and Memorial Bridge 11 Jun 2018 11:40 #2

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Dunblane War Memorial
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Full set of images on FLICKR
www.flickr.com/photos/doffcocker/albums/72157694689056432
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War Memorial NN 78036 01403
Memorial Footbridge NN 78070 01406
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The original War Memorial was opposite St Mary's Church (Canmore ID 226286), at the junction of Perth Road and Glen Road. It was unveiled on 21st October 1921.`
A plaque with the names from WWII was added in 1948 and dedicated on 6th November 1948.
In 1958, the memorial had to be moved because of road improvements. It was moved to the new site at The Haugh (after cleaning) in time for Remembrance Day in November 1959.
A footbridge was built across the Allan Water in 1967, it was dedicated to the men and women of Dunblane who had fallen in WII and opened on 2nd July 1967. There was a plaque on the bridge listing the names.
The bridge had to be replaced in October 2007, the new bridge was built by 2 Troop, 53 Squadron (Air Support) 39 Engineer Regiment. Ir was opened and dedicated as a War Memorial on 11th November 2007.
There are 98 names from WWI (96 men and 2 women) and 32 names from WWII (all men). There are 6 names from WWI not listed and 4 names from WWII (including 2 women).
Information from information board by bridge.
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IN MEMORY OF
THOSE OF THIS PARISH WHO FELL
IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918
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LT. COLONEL J.BOYD WILSON
MAJOR P.M. CHRISTIE
LIEUTENANT JOHN W.ANDERSON
LIEUTENANT REV. R.H.NAPIER
LIEUTENANT LESLIE RICHMOND
SERGT.MAJOR ROBERT M.DOUGLAS
SERGT.MAJOR PETER GARDINER
Q.M.S. JOHN ANDERSON
SERGEANT ALBERT BAYNE, D.C.M.
SERGEANT CHARLES ROBBIE
CORPORAL ROBERT ELLIOT
CORPORAL FREDERICK FRIEND
CORPORAL ALEXANDER LIVINGSTONE
CORPORAL WILLIAM D.McEWEN
CORPORAL PETER McKILLOP
CORPORAL GILBERT SCOTT, D.C.M.
L/CORPORAL GEORGE BROUGH
L/CORPORAL WILLIAM CRAWFORD
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L/CORPORAL JOHN DUFF
L/CORPORAL WILLIAM HENDERSON
L/CORPORAL JAMES McFARLANE
L/CORPORAL PETER McFARLANE
L/CORPORAL JOHN McINNES
L/CORPORAL DAVID McINROY
L/CORPORAL JAMES ROBERTSON
L/CORPORAL DAVID THOMSON
STOKER WILLIAM A.REID, R.N.
GUNNER WILLIAM STIRLING. R.N.
AIR MECHANIC JOHN SHORT
TROOPER JOSEPH VAGHI
BOMBARDIER MICHAEL CONNOBOY
DRIVER ARCHD. HONEYMAN
DRIVER WILLIAM McARTHUR
GUNNER JAMES MURDOCH
SAPPER ROBERT GEMMELL
RIFLEMAN JOHN STRANG. M.M.
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FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH
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PRIVATE JOHN BARNES
PRIVATE JOHN BAYNE
PRIVATE ADAM BELL
PRIVATE ARCHIBALD BLACK
PRIVATE HUGH BRUCE
PRIVATE JAMES BURNS
PRIVATE JAMES CAMERON
PRIVATE LACHLAN CAMERON
PRIVATE NORRIS CAMERON
PRIVATE WILLIAM CASSIDY
PRIVATE DAVID CLARK
PRIVATE PETER F. CREE
PRIVATE THOMAS CULLEN
PRIVATE JOHN DICK
PRIVATE ROBERT DICK
PRIVATE WILLIAM HARRIS
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PRIVATE WILLIAM HELM
PRIVATE HENRY HUNTER
PRIVATE JAMES IRVINE
PRIVATE JOHN JENKINS
PRIVATE GEORGE LOWE
PRIVATE JAMES S.MACINTOSH
PRIVATE PETER MALLEY
PRIVATE THOMAS MALLEY
PRIVATE DAVID MARSHALL
PRIVATE DONALD MATHIESON
PRIVATE WILLIAM MILLAR
PRIVATE JAMES MILNE
PRIVATE WILLIAM MURRAY
PRIVATE HERBERT MUTTICK
PRIVATE JAMES McARTHUR
PRIVATE THOMAS S.McCLYMONT
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THEY DIED THAT OTHERS MIGHT LIVE
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PRIVATE ALEXANDER McGREGOR
PRIVATE JAMES McINROY, D.C.M.
PRIVATE DONALD McINTYRE
PRIVATE ROBERT McINTYRE
PRIVATE ALEXANDER MACKAY
PRIVATE CAMPBELL McKECHNIE
PRIVATE MATTHEW McKIE
PRIVATE JAMES McLEAN
PRIVATE JOHN McLEAN
PRIVATE VICTOR McLEAN
PRIVATE WILIAM McLEAN
PRIVATE JAMES McMILLAN
PRIVATE DANIEL McNAUGHTON
PRIVATE GEORGE NICOL
PRIVATE JOHN OGILVIE
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PRIVATE ALEXANDER ROBERTSON
PRIVATE ANDREW SCOTT
PRIVATE BENJAMIN SCOTT
PRIVATE WALTER SCOTT
PRIVATE JOHN SMALL
PRIVATE WILLIAM SPIERS
PRIVATE ROBERT T. STEWART
PRIVATE JAMES STIRLING
PRIVATE WILLIAM STODDART
PRIVATE JAMES WALKER
PRIVATE JOHN WALLER
PRIVATE JOHN WILKIE
PRIVATE GEORGE WILSON
NURSE JANE McCLYMONT
NURSE GRACE SHARP. W.A.A.C.
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YOUR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE
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IN PROUD REMEMBRANCE OF
THOSE WHO FELL
IN THE WORLD WAR 1939 - 1945
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THEY HAVE FOUGHT A GOOD FIGHT
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LT. COMDR. ALLAN BALL
PTE. GEORGE K. BROWN
C.S.M. THOMAS BROWN
L.SGT. JAMES CARSON
P.O. JOHN CLAPPERTON
CPL. WILLIAM CRUICKSHANK
GNR. ALEXANDER CUTHBERT
SGT. JOHN B. M. FOWLER
L.A.C. HENRY S. K. FREW
P.O. ALASTAIR C. GUTHRIE
L.S.A. WILLIAM R. GUTHRIE
BOY RONALD J. GUTTERIDGE
GNR. WILLIAM HARRIS
DRIVER J. R. JENKINS
CAPT. JOHN KILGOUR
LT. COLONEL JOHN LAIRD
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F.E. SGT. FREDERICK T. LAX
SGT. REGINALD MARTIN
PTE. JOHN MITCHELL
L.CPL. JAMES L. MACFARLANE
SGT. THOMAS McGILL
PTE. JOHN McINROY
SGT. JOHN J. McINROY
RFM. PETER McINTOSH
W.O. CHRISTOPHER McKENZIE
PTE. JOHN McLEAN
SGT. ROBERT NAPIER
CPL. HARRY B. SCOTT
F.O. GEORGE R. T. TAYLOR
H.S.D. ALASTAIR F. WILLIAMSON
2ND LT. HUGH STIRLING
P.O. FRANK WILSON
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THEY HAVE FINISHED THE COURSE

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Dunblane, The Haugh, War Memorial
War Memorial (20th Century)
Site Name Dunblane, The Haugh, War Memorial
Classification War Memorial (20th Century)
Canmore ID 226718
Site Number NN70SE 166
NGR NN 78035 01400
Datum OSGB36 - NGR
Permalink canmore.org.uk/site/226718





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