Fodderty War Graves WW1
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Commonwealth war Graves of Fodderty cemetery
The following are the war graves that are maintained under the care of the CWGC. Most headstones in Scotland are of Scottish Marble and are in the shape easily recognised as CWGC headstones. You may also notice that some names below are recorded on a family headstone. This was usually at the request of the family. The CWGC do still however maintain the war casualties name and details only.
As you walk around the Fodderty Cemetery, you may become aware of other war casualties names on other family headstones. These casualties will be laid to rest or named on a commemorative monument where they fell in battle an as such the headstones at Fodderty, do not fall into the category of a CWGC war grave.
Gunner J.McD Beattie, 4862
Click on the link below for the Dingwall Civic War Memorial.
Private William Campbell, 266666
Follow the link below to read the Ross-shire Journal War entiries on William and his brothers.
Captain Edward Hugh Duncan, R.A.M.C.
2nd Lieutenant John MacDonald
Private A.M.F. Mackay S/17724
Private Donald MacKay, 1430
Click on the link below to read the Ross-shire Journal war records entries for Donald and his brothers.
Private David McKay, 267543
Private Kenneth MacKenzie, 3712
Air Mechanic 3rd Class Thomson Mackenzie, 231028
Click on the link below to the Dingwall Civic War memorial
Click on the button below to read the Ross-shire Journal war Records entry.