Threestones - Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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 This page contains the list of all those names mentioned on either war memorial along with where found a link to the entry of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website, which gives details of the gravestone and where the grave is located. See also The War Graves Photographic Project for images of gravestones.

Upper Cabrach Church

1914-1918
Cabrach Memorial
CWGC
Pte William Douglas, Buck * 04/06/1915
04/06/1915
Pte Alexander Clark, Howbog **
08/10/1916

08/10/1916
L.Corp James Smart, Badchier
06/08/1917

06/08/1917
Pte Peter Gordon, Bowmans
09/04/1918
Not Found

Piper John G. McGrimmond, Balloch
25/09/1915

25/09/1915
Rfn. John Gordon, Auchmair
13/11/1916

13/11/1916
Pte William Hendry, Ardwell
20/09/1917

20/09/1917
Pte Robert McIntosh Duncan
10/04/1918

Between 21/03/1918 and 02/04/1918
Pte James Crampshee
10/10/1915
10/10/1915
Pte Peter Clark **
05/03/1917

05/03/1917
Wireless Operator William Taylor
11/11/1917
Died after return to the Cabrach, see Naval History for more details of the Salmo
Pte William James Donald
15/06/1918
15/06/1918
Corp Norman John Robertson ***
30/05/1916

30/05/1916
John W. Innes
21/03/1917

21/03/1917
Pte Alexander McConachie
25/01/1918

25/01/1918
Alexander Watt
14/07/1918
14/07/1918
Pte Thomas Dow Simpson
19/10/1918

19/10/1918

1939-1945
Pte Alexander Ross
June 1941
16/06/1941
Pte Peter K Gordon
June 1944

01/06/1944

1989
L Corp Norman "Jock" Duncan
22 February 1989
Memorial Garden, Royal Corps Transport

* - The same Pte William Douglas is also commemorated on the Kinnethmont War Memorial - see here for details.
** - Privates Peter and Alexander Clark are also commemorated on the Gartly War Memorial - see here for details.
*** - Corp Norman John Robertson is also commerated at the University Of Aberdeen - see here for details.

Previously in Former Church, Lower Cabrach

1914-1918
Cabrach Memorial CWGC
JOHN McGRIMMOND
25/09/1915

25/09/1915
JAMES SMART
06/08/1917

06/08/1917
ALEXANDER McCONNACHIE
25/01/1918

25/01/1918

Haig Fund Poppy
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