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Saturday, 5 November 2011

"Lest We Forget"- Scottish Memorials: Military Monday

For this month of November when we remember our ancestors who died in war, I thought I would post a series of images of war memorials, both in Britain and abroad - last week England, this week in Scotland.

 - This is the imposing war memorial in the town of Hawick, where I live in the Scottish Borders.  The setting is Wilton Lodge Park, a former 107 acre estate of the Pringle family, whose  home is now the town museum displaying illuminated rolls of honour of the war dead.   This photograph was taken last winter.  

Right - The war memorial in the small village of Taynuilt, Argyll in the west of Scotland.

Below - The war memorial at Oban in Argyll on the west coast of Scotland.

Right - War Memorial in Aberfeldy, Perthshire

Military Monday is a blogging prompt from www.geneabloggers.com
to encourage writers to record their family and local history

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1 comment:

  1. Susan, War memorials really do tell a story about the communities where they're situated. Each name on each monument is the "front line" of their own personal and family tragedy. This is a great idea for November...thanks. Pauleen


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