The War Memorial at St.Muns Church in Kilmun, Scotland; was photographed by James Houston-McMillan, and is used with his permission.
The Inscription reads:
KILMUN – STRONE
BLAIRMORE – BENMORE
THE GLORY OF GOD
LOVING AND HONOURED MEMORY
OF THE MEN
WHOSE NAMES ARE INSCRIBED HEREON
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
IN THE GREAT WAR
1914 – 1918
“GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS“
Google Earth co-ordinates for this memorial are: 55° 59′ 46.86″ N, 4° 56′ 34.56″ W
© DRW 2013-2017. Created 29/01/2013. Image © James Houston-McMillan. Moved to blog 09/03/2014
A chance discovery, walking along Upper Brook Street in Winchester I found this pretty church with a slightly different war memorial. I do not recall checking whether there was a World War II face to the memorial.
Google Earth Co-ordinates are: 51.064796°, -1.311381°
© DRW 2014 – 2018. Created 09/03/2014.
The parish memorial at St Pauls Church, Weymouth is very typical of the smaller war memorials that often exist in the church grounds of a parish church. They usually commemorate the members from the parish that lost their lives in the two World Wars.
© DRW 2013-2018. Created 08/03/2014.
This Memorial in the village of Tarves, in Aberdeenshire, was photographed by James Houston-McMillan, and is used with his permission.
© DRW 2012-2018. Created 10/11/2012. Image © James Houston-McMillan. Moved to blog 08/02/2014
These photographs of the War Memorial in Kirk Hammerton in front of St John the Baptist’s Church (c. 1548), Yorkshire were taken by James Houston-McMillan.
Google Earth co-ordinates are: 53° 59.598′ N, 1° 17.494′ W
© DRW 2012-2019. Created 14/11/2012. Images © James Houston-McMillan. Moved to blog 08/03/2014