Conon War Memorial


Conon War Memorial [trees have been removed]









Conon falls within the parish of Urquhart which also includes the village of Culbokie.  In the original Culbokie School there was a memorial plaque dedicated to former pupils who perished in WW1.

Ross and Cromarty Heritage Society is grateful to Angus Bethune who photographed the plaque prior to the closure of the old Culbokie School.

Conon Bridge War Memorial

To the Glory of GOD and in Grateful Remembrance of The Officers, Non-Com. Officers and Men from the Parish of Urquhart (Ross) who gave their Lives for King and Country in the Great Wars 1914 - 1919   1939 - 1945.

Erected by the Inhabitants of the Parish In Loving Memory


1914-1918

Capt H Fraser - SS Hirano Maru

Seaforth Highlanders
Capt Pat B Macintyre
B       D Fraser
Segt  H W Fraser (MM)
Cpl J Urquhart
L/Cpl J J G Ellis
"          W Mackenzie
"         I Munro
Pte D J Allison
"     A Ellison
"     D Forsyth
"    A Fraser
"    J Fraser
"    E Gillanders
"    J Henderson
"    D Mackenzie
"    W Macphail
"    K Macrae
"    A D Simpson
"    A Sutherland

Cameron Highlanders
L/C  R Gollan
Pte   A Maclean
L/C  J A Melrose

Gordon Highlanders
L/C  A George
Pte  J P Mackenzie

Argyll & Suth. Hrs
Pte  J Forsyth

Black Watch
Sec. Lieu. Rodk Mackenzie

KOSB
Pte  R Patterson

Lovat Scouts
Sergt W W Campbell

Royal Scots
Pte  J Bethune

1st Life Guards
Cpl  P Bruce

3rd London Regt.
L/C  J Rose

Tank Corps
Gunner R J Macrae

15th Labour Coy
Pte  W Mackenzie

1st Canadian Cont.
Sergt  D Cross

1st Canadian MCC
Pte  T Noble

Canadian EF
Pte  M Macdonald
"       K McLeod
"       A Urquhart

78th Battn. Canada
L/C  D Cameron

NZEF
Pte  D Bruce
L/C  D Mackenzie

Their Name Liveth For Evermore

1939-1945 

Log. Tel.  J M Macdonald, RN
OS            L Morrison, RN
WO           W J George, RAFVR
FO            I Mackenzie (AFC), RAF
Pte  W J Munro, Seaforth Highlanders
Pte  E Mackay, Seaforth Highlanders

In October 1920 the Memorial Tablet erected in Conon School in memory of former pupils who died in the 1914-1918 War was unveiled by the Rev J Johnstone, minister of Ferintosh and Maryburgh United Free Church.
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