All the data shown on this page has been researched and collated by Mr James Grant of Kenethmont. Details have been taken from Commonwealth War Graves Commission records and James Grant's own reasearch over many years, those details are shown in brackets ( ....) and coloured blue.  I am deeply indebited for his permission to use this data. 

                    Details of the casualties commemorated on the war memorials are for the parishes  Rhynie / Kearn. Those of Kennethmont, Clatt, Gartly, Huntly, Forgue, Glass and Drumblade have also been researched by James Grant and can be viewed on his own web site

www.kinnethmont.co.uk/war-memorials.htm 

 

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War Memorial

This page is dedicated to all those Men and Women who lost their lives in the two World Wars. The following photographs are of the memorial that is situated in the heart of the Village. 

 

The East Face  1914 -19

Casualties listed on Rhynie & Kearn War Memorial 1914-1919

Details taken from Commonwealth War Graves Commission records.

b = born, e = enlisted, DOW = died of wounds, POW = prisoner of war, WM = war memorial, KIA = killed in action 

1914 - 5 casualties
1915 - 4 casualties 
1916 - 11 casualties 
1917 - 4 casualties 
1918 - 4 casualties 
1919 - 2 casualties 

Total casualties = 30

 
 

The South Face 1914 - 19

THEODORE ROSS ANDERSON 
(fell near Arras, 2nd cousin of George Anderson )

Able Seaman
Clyde Z/5826
Hawke Bn. R.N. Div., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

who died on
Friday 11 May 1917 . Age 19 .


Additional Information: Son of John A. Anderson, M. D. and Mrs. Ross Anderson M. D. Taichowfn, China, and Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. Previously wounded at the Battle of the Ancre 

Cemetery: BAILLEUL ROAD EAST CEMETERY, ST. LAURENT-BLANGY Pas de Calais, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: I. G. 12.

GEORGE COOK
(b Rhynie, also commemorated at Gartly, serving in Mespotamia, 
died No. 44 Stationary Hospital, Kantara of Malaria, T.F.)

Gunner/Driver
631970
375th Bty. 222nd Bde., Royal Field Artillery

who died on
Thursday 4 July 1918 . Age 39 .


Additional Information: Son of William Cook, of Brae of Essie, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire; husband of Annabella Cook, of Bridgend, Gartly, Aberdeenshire. 

Cemetery: KANTARA WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY Egypt
Grave/Memorial Reference: C. 174.

 

JOHN ALEXANDER GORDON COCKBURN
( KIA )

Gunner
14326760
61 Field Regt., Royal Artillery

who died on
Tuesday 8 August 1944 . Age 20 .


Additional Information: Son of John and Helen McCombie Cockburn, of Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. 
Cemetery: BAYEUX WAR CEMETERY Calvados, France 
Grave or Reference Panel Number: XXII. E. 11.

JAMES SINCLAIR 
( b Parkhead Kearn, 13 Jan 1881, NOK mother, Cairndaird, Rhynie)

Able Seaman
Z/928
Hood Bn. R.N. Div., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

who died on
Tuesday 14 November 1916. Age 35.

Additional Information: Son of Alexander and Mary Sinclair.

Cemetery: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 1 A.

 

ALEXANDER INGRAM 
(d Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, cancer)

Colour Sergeant
233
37th Coy., South African Native Labour Corps

who died on
Saturday 31 May 1919 . Age 40 .


Additional Information: Son of William and Helen Ingram, of Sandholes, Auchindoir by Rhynie. ( Kearn )

Cemetery: RHYNIE CEMETERY, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom

Geo Beverly

GEORGE BEVERLY 
(Interred Toronto, Canada, b Kearn)

Private
681482
170th Bn., Canadian Infantry

who died on
Sunday 15 September 1918 . Age 40 .


Additional Information: Son of John and Margaret Beverly, of Cottown, Rhynie, Aberdeen Scotland; husband of Elizabeth S. Beverly, of 147, Blantyre Avenue, Toronto, Ont. (Kearn)

Cemetery: TORONTO (PROSPECT) CEMETERY Ontario, Canada
Grave/Memorial Reference: Lot 66. Sec. 15.

 

L/Cpl Jas Riddell, Rhynie
JAMES BODIE RIDDELL 
(Bro below, b Rhynie, 26/2/1891, CEF Roll of Honour- KIA,
went to Canada circa 1911 )

Lance Corporal
472177
46th Bn., Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regt.)

who died on
Wednesday 25 October 1916 . Age 24 .


Additional Information: Son of John and Jessie Riddell, of The Square, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Cemetery: VIMY MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France

GEORGE Alexander RIDDELL 
( Bro of above, b Rhynie
CEF Roll of Honour- KIA, previously in 134th Bn )

Private
799614
15th Bn., Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regt.)

who died on
Monday 9 April 1917 . Age 23.


Additional Information: Son of John and Jessie Riddell, of The Square, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Additional Information: Arras Road Cem. 

Cemetery: NINE ELMS MILITARY CEMETERY, THELUS, Pas de Calais, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: Arras Road Cem. Mem. 31.

 

Jas Cran, Rhynie
JAMES CRAN 
(SDGW b Rhynie. Father late in Scurdargue, emigrated circa 1912)

Rifleman
23/1359
"C" Coy. 1st Bn. 3rd, N.Z. Rifle Brigade

who died on
Wednesday 20 September 1916 . Age 23 .


Additional Information: Son of William and Jane Cran, of 37, Matsons Rd., Papanui, Christchurch, New Zealand. Born at Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Cemetery: CATERPILLAR VALLEY CEMETERY, LONGUEVAL, Somme, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: VIII. J. 15.

 

 

 

 

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The West Face 1914 - 19

All Those Shown In Order On The West Face

WILLIAM DUSTAN 
( Wm Coutts Dustan, b Rhynie 10/8/1882, 
Also commemorated at Kennethmont, family residing there, e Stirling, commemorated at Drymen,
died in the field, presumed)

Serjeant
3/6558
8th Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Saturday 25 September 1915 . 


Additional Information: Son of John and Elizabeth Dustan, Leith Hall, Kennethmont, Aberdeenshire.

Cemetery: LOOS MEMORIAL Pas de Calais, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 115 to 119.

 

L/Cpl Robt Ingram, Rhynie
ROBERT INGRAM 
(SDGW b A/doir, KIA, F & F, landed in France 13 Aug 1914)

Lance Serjeant
100
1st Bn, Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Saturday 24 October 1914 . Age 25 .


Additional Information: Son of William and Helen Ingram, of Sandholes, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. (Kearn)

Cemetery: LE TOURET MEMORIAL Pas de Calais, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 39 to 41.

L Cpl Joseph Ingram

JOSEPH INGRAM 
( b 19/1/1896, Denhead of Craig, Auchindoir,
landed in France 13 Aug 1914, seriously wounded 12th Oct 1914 during retreat from Mons. KIA, F & F)

Lance Corporal
1216
1st Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Tuesday 18 July 1916 . Age 20.

Additional Information: Son of William and Helen Ingram, of Sandholes, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. (Kearn)

Cemetery: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 15 B and 15 C.

GEORGE SYMON 
( DOW France, SDGW b Cairndaird)

Lance Corporal
S/14756
9th Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Sunday 30 April 1916 . Age 23 .


Additional Information: Son of George and Barbara Innis Symon, of Cairndaird, Auchindoir, Aberdeenshire. (Kearn)

Cemetery: PERNES BRITISH CEMETERY, PERNES, Pas de Calais, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: II. A. 27.

Pte Alexander Allardyce

ALEXANDER ALLARDYCE 
(DOW, POW, German held area)
(SDGW b A/doir)

Private
S/17899
1st/5th Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Friday 5 April 1918 . Age 20 .


Additional Information: Son of James and Margaret Allardyce, of Stonedyke, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. (Kearn)

Cemetery: PREMONT BRITISH CEMETERY, Aisne, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: IV. B. 28.

GEORGE JOHN CLARK 
( SDGW, b Broomhill Cott, Rhynie 24/12/1887. Landed in France 7 Oct 1914)

Private
439

2nd Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on
29 October 1914

Additional Information: Son of Alexander and Jessie Clark.

Cemetery: YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIALIeper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 38.

Pte Charlie Craig

CHARLES CRAIG 
(SDGW b Rhynie, 11 Nov 1895, family res Rhynie Square 1891, e Aberdeen, to France 23 Mar 1916, KIA,
Occ, Shoemaker, 10 Nov 1915 - enlisted in the Royal Scots, 20 Jan 1916 transferred to the Gordons )

Private
S/11176
1st Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Tuesday 18 July 1916. Age 20


Additional Information: Son of Malcolm and Margaret Craig ms Shepherd, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Cemetery: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL Somme, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 15 B and 15 C.

 

WILLIAM HENDERSON 
( Formerly 12591, landed France 24 June 1916, wounded May and Nov 1917 - GSW, 
discharged unfit for further service 1st March 1918, Interred Essie Kirkyard )

Private
266562 
"D" Coy. 6th Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Sunday 19 January 1919 . Age 25 .


Additional Information: Son of William and Maggie Henderson, of Belhinnie, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire

Cemetery: ESSIE OLD CHURCHYARD, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire
Grave/Memorial Reference: 10. 3. E.

Pte Geo Inglis, Rhynie
GEORGE INGLIS 
( b Rhynie, m, res Glasgow, 3 children. 
Re- joined his unit from Reserve. KIA, F & F, landed France 31 Aug 1914)

Private
9148
1st Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Saturday 24 October 1914 . Age 29.

Additional Information: Son of Alexander Inglis and Dolina McLennan.


Cemetery: LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 39 to 41.

 

DAVID MACKINTOSH 
( SDGW b Rhynie, died in the field, presumed, landed in France 7 Oct 1914)

Private
1287
1st Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Monday 26 October 1914 . Age 22 .


Additional Information: Son of Eliza J. Mackintosh, of Woodside Cottage, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, and the late George Mackintosh. 

Cemetery: LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 39 to 41.

 

George Milne 
( b Oyne 1895, e Aberdeen, formerly 4299, KIA, F & F, missing since 21st March 1918 )

Private
291315
7th Bn, Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Tuesday 26 March 1918 . Age 23.


Additional Information: Son of George and Susan Milne, Bareflat, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. 

Cemetery: ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: Bay 8 and 9.

JOHN INGRAM RIDDELL 
( SDGW b Rhynie, KIA F & F, also named on Insch & District War Memorial Hospital Roll, landed in France 13 Aug 1914 )

Private
736
1st Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Monday 14 December 1914 . Age 20 .


Additional Information: Son of Elizabeth Thomson, of Upper Brackla, Premnay, Insch, Aberdeenshire

Cemetery: YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 38.

 

 

 

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The North Face 1914 - 18

All Those Shown In Order On The North Face

 


Major George Whitefield Anderson

GEORGE WHITEFIELD ANDERSON 
( b Rhynie 30 June 1856, 2nd cousin of Theodore, below. Died due to illness.)

Major (Quartermaster)
Seaforth Highlanders

attd., Egyptian Army

who died on
Tuesday 31 August 1915 . Age 60 .

Additional Information: Son of the late James and Elizabeth Anderson, of Bogieside, Rhynie. (Kearn)

Cemetery: CAIRO WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Egypt
Grave/Memorial Reference: D. 78.

 

Capt Henry Begg   RAMC
* (see note at foot of page)

HENRY BEGG
(b 10/10/1881 at Milltown, Towie, also commemorated on the War Memorials at 
Towie, Lumsden (Auchindoir) and Aberdeen City, a doctor in London he volunteered 1914, landed France 2 May 1915,
graduated Aberdeen University, commemorated on memorial at Kings College ) 


Captain
2nd/1st Highland Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps
( Territorial Force )

who died on
Tuesday 14 November 1916 . Age 35 .
Killed that morning by a shell near Beaumont Hamel at chalk feature known as the White City . 
Additional Information: Son of George and Isabella Begg, of Mains of Druminnor, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland (Kearn)

Cemetery: LOUVENCOURT MILITARY CEMETERY Somme, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: Plot 1. Row E. Grave 5.

 

EDWARD HORN 
( b 17/2/1881, Lesmore Cott, Essie. e Ayr. KIA, France. Landed France 17 Nov 1915, Also on War Mem, Newmilns, Ayrshire, residing there.)

Corporal
16955
2nd Bn., Royal Scots Fusiliers

who died on
Saturday 1 July 1916 . Age 35. 


Additional Information: Son of William and Isobel Horn. Husband of Maggie Horn, Newmilns, Ayrshire. 

Cemetery: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 3 C.

Pte Alexander Gauld

ALEXANDER GAULD 
(SDGW b Rhynie, e 1914, farm svt at Gorryhill, Towie. DOW, Gallipoli, to theatre 2B (Balkans) 1 Sept 1915)

Private
3943
1st, Scottish Horse

who died on
Tuesday 7 September 1915 . Age 22 .

Additional Information: Son of Alexander and Margaret Gauld, of Govals, Lumsden, Aberdeenshire. Of Howtown, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire.


Cemetery: GREEN HILL CEMETERY, Turkey
Grave/Memorial Reference: Special Memorial B. 10.

 

ADAM RHIND 
( b Rhynie 24/4/1891, e Dec 1915, mobilised Oct 1916, d Grange Hospital, Southport, appendicitis)

Private
S4/218279
Army Service Corps

who died on
Sunday 15 April 1917.

Additional Information: Son of the late Adam ( Master Butcher ) and Annie Gordon, previously Rhind, 21 Queen St., Huntly, Aberdeenshire.

Cemetery: Huntly Cemetery, Aberdeenshire.
Grave/Memorial Reference: B. 151.

 

Pte Alex Riddell

ALEXANDER SHAND RIDDELL 
(SDGW b Rhynie, transfers to MGC April 1916, records state died of dysentry at Alexandria,
formerly 11940 Gordon Highlanders, e Keith April 1915. Will records - Died, No 29 General Hospital, Salonika, Greece )

Private
32632
66th Coy., Machine Gun Corps (Inf.)

who died on
Sunday 20 August 1916 . Age 19 .


Additional Information: Son of Robert and Ann Riddell, of Shand's Buildings, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire.

Cemetery: SALONIKA (LEMBET ROAD) MILITARY CEMETERY Greece
Grave/Memorial Reference: 317.

 

ALEXANDER GORDON RITCHIE 
(SDGW b Rhynie, BEF, died - dysentry, France)

Private
13584
12th (Labour) Bn., Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)

who died on
Thursday 17 August 1916 . Age 27 .


Additional Information: Son of Margaret Ritchie, of Bogie Rd., Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. 

Cemetery: ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN, Seine-Maritime, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: B. 27. 17.

 

Pte Geo Watt, Rhynie
GEORGE WATT
( SDGW b Rhynie - Essie. A policeman in Edinburgh he enlisted there on 14th May 1915 and trained at Caterham, Surrey and then posted to the Scots Guards Reserve.
George was transfered to the 2nd Batt and arrived at Le Havre, France on 10th Aug 1916 and on to the Guards Division Base Depot at nearby Harfleur
He moved to the front line on 19th September and was killed, Missing in Action, six days later during the Battle of Morval. He was qualified as a Bomber )

Private
13933
2nd Bn., Scots Guards


who died on
Monday 25 September 1916 . Age 21 .


Additional Information: Son of Alexander and Margaret Watt, of 66, George St., Huntly, Aberdeenshire. 

Cemetery: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France
Grave/Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 7 D.

ALEXANDER WRIGHT 
(only one in RSF, b & e Aberdeen, KIA, landed in France 22 Sept 1914, recorded on Aberdeen City Memorial Roll, Late Postman in Rhynie)

Private
7216
1st Bn., Royal Scots Fusiliers

who died on
Tuesday 4 May 1915 . Age 31.


Additional Information: Husband of Maggie Jane Munro, 107 Park St, Aberdeen.

Cemetery: YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 19 and 33.

 

 

 

The East Face 1939 - 45

 
 

Casualties listed on Rhynie War Memorial 1939-1945

Details taken from Commonwealth War Graves Commission records.

 

1939 - 0 casualties
1940 - 2 casualties 
1941 - 0 casualties 
1942 - 0 casualties 
1943 - 6 casualties 
1944- 4 casualties 

Total casualties = 12

It should be noted that civilian casualties not engaged in war work were often named after WW2. This generally did not take place following The Great War.

ALLEN SUTHERLAND
(Died in UK)

Serjeant
2876411
2nd Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Sunday 26 December 1943 . Age 32 .


Additional Information: Son of James and Agnes Sutherland, of Rhynie; husband of Annie Sutherland, of Aberdeen. 
Cemetery: RHYNIE CEMETERY Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom 
Grave or Reference Panel Number: Grave 113A.

 

 

WALTER SUTHERLAND 
(Died Woodend Hosp, TB)

Sergeant
524376
Royal Air Force

who died on
Tuesday 5 January 1943 . Age 26 .


Additional Information: Son of James and Agnes Sutherland, of Brae of Scurdargue, Rhynie. 
Cemetery: RHYNIE CEMETERY Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom 
Grave or Reference Panel Number: Grave 113C.

 

JAMES DUNCAN THOMSON
(KIA, Libya)

Corporal
2872406
1st Bn., Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Friday 15 January 1943 . Age 25 .


Additional Information: Son of Alexander and Elizebeth Thomson; husband of Jessie Thomson, of Oakley, Dumfermline, Fife. 
Cemetery: ALAMEIN MEMORIAL Egypt 
Grave or Reference Panel Number: Column 69.

 

MICHAEL TURNER ( Michael J Turner)

Lance Corporal
2875815
6th Bn., Seaforth Highlanders

who died on
Monday 27 May 1940 . Age 26 .


Cemetery: BEDFORD HOUSE CEMETERY Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium 
Grave or Reference Panel Number: Enclosure No.6 V. A. 2.

 

JOHN MCKINNON FORBES
( KIA )

Trooper
14297263
23rd Hussars, Royal Armoured Corps

who died on
Tuesday 21 November 1944 . Age 21 .


Additional Information: Son of John McKinnon Forbes and Jessie Craig Forbes, of Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. 
Cemetery: MIERLO WAR CEMETERY Noord-Brabant, Netherlands 
Grave or Reference Panel Number: VIII. G. 9.

 

JOHN ALEXANDER GORDON COCKBURN
( KIA )

Gunner
14326760
61 Field Regt., Royal Artillery

who died on
Tuesday 8 August 1944 . Age 20 .


Additional Information: Son of John and Helen McCombie Cockburn, of Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. 
Cemetery: BAYEUX WAR CEMETERY Calvados, France 
Grave or Reference Panel Number: XXII. E. 11.

 

Peter Warren
** (see note at foot of page)

PETER WARREN 
Lost at sea when transport ship S.S. ‘Mohamed Ali El Kebir’ (London) was sunk 
by U38 250 miles west of Malin Head on 7th Aug.

Sapper
2751420
706 Gen. Constr. Coy., Royal Engineers

who died on
Monday 12 August 1940 . Age 34 .


Additional Information: Son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Warren, of Montrose, Angus. 
Cemetery: BROOKWOOD MEMORIAL Surrey, United Kingdom 
Grave or Reference Panel Number: Panel 7. Column 2.

 

JOSEPH BENTON 
(POW, Singapore to Thailand with "F" Force 28.4.43. Died in captivity at Tambaya Camp of beri beri.,
to Malaya 1925. Planter Manager, Tumbuk Estate, Selangor Coconuts Ltd, Batu Laut, Selangor, later Lothian Estate, Nilai.
Wife Phyllis, aged 37, & son Alan, aged 5, evacuated 30.1.42 on the Empress of Japan to WA then via Capetown, arriving Liverpool 19.3.42. To Stonehaven.)

Private
5699
3rd (Negri Sembilan) Bn., Federated Malay States Volunteer Force

who died on
Sunday 26 September 1943 . Age 39 .


Additional Information: Husband of P. Benton, of Stonehaven, Kincardineshire. 
Cemetery: THANBYUZAYAT WAR CEMETERY Myanmar 
Grave or Reference Panel Number: B1. N. 18.

 

HENRY FRASER
(POW, Singapore to Borneo with "E" Force, died in captivity at Labuan
Henry was a civil servant, Assistant Planter, Seafield Rubber Co. Ltd, Batu Tiga, Selangor.
)

Private
13105
2nd (Selangor) Bn., Federated Malay States Volunteer Force

who died on
Friday 17 November 1944 . Age 34 .


Additional Information: Son of Alexander Fraser, and of Margaret Isabella Fraser, of Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. 
Cemetery: SINGAPORE MEMORIAL Singapore 
Grave or Reference Panel Number: Column 392.

 

Pte Alex Gordon

ALEXANDER GORDON 
( b Bruntland Rhynie 23/8/1893, farm svt at Home Farm Monymusk before enlisting, KIA, France)

Private
76672
"C" Bn., Tank Corps
Formerly 12574, Gordon Highlanders

who died on
Wednesday 22 August 1917 . Age 23 .


Additional Information: Son of Mrs Jessie Kemp, of Essie, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire 

Cemetery: TYNE COT MEMORIAL Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 159 to 160.

 

HELEN DAVIDSON GRANT ( Student) 
(Student in Aberdeen, d in enemy air raid)

who died on
Wednesday 21 April 1943 . Age 18 .


Additional Information: Daughter of Duncan and Isabella Thomson Grant, of 43 Main Street, Rhynie. at 77 Bedford Road, Aberdeen. 
Cemetery: CITY OF ABERDEEN Civilian War Dead

 

THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE

 

 

*The image of Capt Henry Begg appears here by kind permission of the University of Aberdeen 
**The image of Sapper Peter Warren appears here by kind permission of Sonya Warren

 

 

                During 2014 Scotland like the rest of the UK will be celebrating the lives of those who fell in the First World War. We in Rhynie have an opportunity to celebrate our fallen via this web site.  If, through your family history, and friends you are aware of stories or information about our fallen. (shown below) Your Webmaster would like to about hear them. In order we can build a picture of their lives leading to the supreme sacrifice. Please send any suitable information to webmaster@rhynie.net 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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