Moray HER - NJ33SE0064 - CABRACH WAR MEMORIAL, INVERHARROCH

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Primary ReferenceNJ33SE0064
NameCABRACH WAR MEMORIAL, INVERHARROCH
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Details Memorial cairn constructed in 2015 to commemorate the Cabrach men who died in World War I, as known as 'The Soldier's cairn'. Seventeen men from the community lost their lives in the conflict. The cairn also remembers those who lost their lives World War II and later conflicts. The inscription includes an extract of a poem by Mary Symon (1863-1938) 'The Soldier's Cairn'. It reads: In memory of those from the Cabrach lost in the great War 1914 - 18 and in all subsequent conflicts. Lads in your plaidies lyin’ still, In lands we’ll never see, This lanely cairn on a hameland hill, Is a’ that oor love can dee. The Soldiers' Carin by Mary Symon. Erected 2015 by the Cabrach Community Association. We will never forget.'
Last Update15/03/2021
Updated Bycherbert
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Date of Compilation23/01/2015

Easting: 337867.943, Northing: 831278.915

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Monument Type 1Monument Type 2Monument Type 3OrderProbability
CAIRNSMEMORIAL A100
MEMORIALSWAR B100
MEMORIALSWORLD WAR I C100
MEMORIALSWORLD WAR II D100