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Stenton World War One Memorial

This is the list of names appearing on the Stenton WW1 Memorial.

Town / Village  Location Inauguration
Stenton Churchyard 19/09/1920
Adamson Robert Private Royal Scot Fusiliers 1st   Battalion 04/10/1918 25/10/1918
Bayley George Baird Second Lieutenant King’s Own Scottish Borderers 2nd   Battalion Yes 26/10/1914 06/11/1914
Bell Thomas Private Royal Scots 13th Battalion 27/02/1916 10/03/1916
Brotherston   / Brotherstone Thomas Private Australian Infantry 44th   Battalion 04/10/1917 26/10/1917
Clark Thomas Unknown Unknown Unknown No entry
Curr Thomas Second Lieutenant Highland Light Infantry 4th   Battalion Yes 04/10/1916 20/10/1916
Denholm William Private Royal Scots 12th Battalion 08/07/1916 21/07/1916
Glen William Stoker 1st Class Royal Navy HMS “Cressy” 22/09/1914 No entry
Haggerty Robert Private Scots Guard 2nd Battalion 17/10/1915 No entry
Halliday William Private Canadians 5th Battalion 02/06/1916 23/06/1916
Huggett Henry William Brett Private Royal Scots 17th Battalion 30/09/1918 No entry
Marjoribanks Alexander Captain 52nd Sikhs (Frontier Force) 28/09/2014 02/10/1914
McKinlay James Young Private Royal Scots 17th Battalion 20/05/1918 21/06/1918
McLeod Roderick Unknown Unknown Unknown No entry
Neil David Unknown Unknown Unknown No entry
Ness Alexander Private Cameron Highlanders 2nd Battalion 07/05/1915 14/05/1915
Thomson Alexander Private Army Service Corps 03/05/1917 11/05/1917
Turnbull James Private Lothian & Border Horse 26/02/1919 28/02/1919
Whitteron Reginald Private Royal Scots 8th Battalion 22/03/1918 No entry

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