Kilmuir and Logie Easter Places

Kilmuir and Logie Easter Community Collage

Milton Cross

Kilmuir and Logie Easter Features


Kilmuir Easter War Memorial

 
The War Memorial at Kilmuir Easter is built into the south-west wall of the old churchyard. The names of 27 men from the parish, killed in the First World War, are inscribed on the memorial. There are no names for the Second World War because the majority of men from Kilmuir Easter joined the Seaforth Highlanders are were captured early in the war at St.Valery and after many years as Prisoners of war came back home.
 
Further information is available in the Kilmuir Easter War Memorial site and includes a full list of those named.
 


Logie Easter War Memorial

The War Memorial at Logie Easter is situated opposite Logie Easter Church. The names of 24 men from the parish, killed in the 1914-18 War and 14 killed in the 1940-45 War are engraved on the Memorial.  Further information is available in the  War Memorial site and includes a full list of names.


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